First the sad news. Due to a problem with the supplier, Stampin’ Up! Watercolor Pencils and Watercolor Wonder Crayons – Brights Collection will no longer be available. (A moment of silence, please. I can only hope that we find a new supplier, because these are two of my absolute favorite products. I’m still in shock.)
Better news – the Regals, Subtles and Neutrals collections of Watercolor Wonder Crayons are available while supplies last. But when they’re gone, they’re gone – so buy them now! To be sure you’ll get them, you’ll want to order from my web site.
And now – the good news. You’re going to LOVE the Epic Day This & That bundle! I finally played with mine a little tonight. The pictures aren’t great since it’s dark outside, but here’s my journal.
Here are a few things to know. First, you can buy all the components separately until April 30, and then they’ll be in the annual catalog beginning May 31. You can also order a bundle with everything at a 15% discount until April 30. After April 30, the bundle will no longer be available, although you will be able to order the products separately, so order it soon so you can save some money! It’s a great price ($32.08) and includes the journal, designer series paper, stickers, washi tape and a rotary stamp. You can see everything in the bundle here.
More things to know – the washi tape is repositionable! That’s a very good thing, because I always get it crooked the first time (and the second, and the third…). The pages of the journal are thick. They’re more like card stock than paper, and they’re all printed in different designs that coordinate with the designer series paper. If you’re used to Stampin’ Up! stickers in different kits, these are much thinner, and there are 4 pages of them!
I’m thinking this is going to be my convention notebook. Stampin’ Up! always gives us one, but I like to have a separate one to store notes, receipts, creative ideas and business cards.
So there you go. I love the designs on every page, the thickness of the pages so ink doesn’t bleed through and the pockets. And, of course, since it’s chipboard, there are lots of opportunities to embellish and decorate. You can stamp, add paper, tape, stickers, paint, ink, whatever you want! This is going in my “shopping card” for birthday presents this summer. I know two girls who would love them!
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy – and have a wonderful day!