Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Out with the Old and in with the New...

Out with the old and in with the new :)


There is major excitement in the Stampin' Up! world with the announcement today of a shake up of the Standard Stampin' UP! colour families and individual colours.


This is great news for the UK as it means that we get 15 new colours AND we get the In-Colours that the US currently get - that will be 20 new colours to play with.


Now this isn't going to happen from today, but with the arrival of our main catalogue in October. So, I am just letting you know this now for a couple of reasons.


If you are building up your colour collections, you may want to take a look at the list above and only buy colours that are staying.


OR


If there is a colour that you love which will be retiring at the end of September, you've got six months notice to fill up on your inkpads, refills, cardstock colours before you won't be able to get it again.


Here is a better look at the colours that we will be saying farewell to in September:



This is all that we know at the moment but I will be able to share more information with you over the coming months once we know more.


However, in the meantime, we've got six months left of the current catalogue and a BRAND NEW Mini Catalogue to get excited about.

2 comments:

  1. hi KIm, I cannot believe tht SU are getting rid of so many gorgeous colours. Im really excited about the new colour range and cannot wait to get them, im not an SU demo any more so will be needing to place an order when they are out

    love emma xxx

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