Studio G Anyone????

blog tag

i FINALLY have new studio G news!!!!  and it is GOOD!  two new sets of stamps, two new glitter glue sets, two new sets of ink pads – ONE IS METALLIC!!!!  and something totally new – pre-made diecut halloween card bases ready for you to jazz up with your stamps, inks and glitter glues – how FUN IS THAT!!!!!  want some pics????  of COURSE you do!

Bohemian (not sure of the series # yet)

Bohemian (not sure of the series # yet)

Series 34

Series 34

Halloween METALLIC ink pads

Halloween METALLIC ink pads

Halloween Glitter Glue 2009

Halloween Glitter Glue 2009

Die cut cards

Die cut cards

Ink Pads - Laugh Out Loud set

Ink Pads - Laugh Out Loud set

Glitter Glue - Laugh Out Loud Set

Glitter Glue - Laugh Out Loud Set

 

WHEW!  thats alot of pics!  now for details – this are ALL scheduled to ship out mid-August.  ALL of these are already in the store for pre-order at 10%  Despite the fact that i have a JILLION of these already i STILL get so excited for new sets of goodies!  i use these more than any other stamps sets i own and YOU SHOULD BE TOO!  these are a great way to make sur eyou have a stamp for EVERYTHING you could possibly need!  and sentiments GALORE – if you are new to stamping start your collection now!  if you are NOT new to stamping but know someone who is pass this along to them!

Notice there is no xmas – i am trying to find out if there will be eventually. i was hoping to have my studio g video for ya but i have run into yet another problem with loading the footage onto my computer that hubby SWEARS he will help me with this morning before he leaves for his motorcycle racing trip so cross your fingers for me!  either way i will have a post tomorrow on getting the most out of your studio Gs – might be video, might be photos…..

if you have not tried the ink pads or glitter glue yet i can assure you they are top notch!  in fact truly impressive for a buck!  perfect way to stock up on colored ink pads and fun glitter glues without spending a bundle!

don’t feel you get enough use out of these?  then be sure to join us over on papercraft planet and participate in our studio g challenges for a chance to win free stamps!

**A WORD ABOUT PRE-ORDERING**

there is always lots of debate about pre-ordering so i thought i would explain the whole process here so you can decide what you want to do.  pre-ordering helps ME guage how much product i need to be sure to order AND helps you guarrantee you will get the products.  HOWEVER it does not necessarily mean you will get it first as we (merchants) are at the mercy of the manufacturers shipping schedule.  when the product begins shipping they ship in the order they got an order in which most often means big box stores come first.  then the rest of us – i always try to be sure to get my order in asap so i can be early in the shipping schedule BUT it does not always go smoothly.  IF i get so many pre-orders i need to place a second order then that order goes to the end of the shipping line so it will take much longer to get those in.  WHEN I GET MY SHIPMENT i ship out in the order i received your order – first order in is first order out.  SO waiting until the product is actually here to order means you are at the end of the shipping schedule.  when you pre-order an item you are charged immediately for 2 reasons –  that is the only way my website can be set up AND trying to charge everyone manually and waiting for payments to come in before shipping becomes an incredible nightmare and holds up shipping for everyone by ALOT!  it can add weeks to the shipping schedule. i hope that helps explain it for ya!

Advertisements

4 Responses

  1. Oh, I am loving the new stuff!

  2. OMGoodness! These look SO COOL!!! And metallic ink pads?!?!? I can’t wait!! 🙂

  3. Do the Studio G ink pads have a color name on it somewhere? I bought 2 new colors this week. Looks like they have a number on the bottom, but that’s it. VP0004 and VP0008

    Can anyone tell me if there is a flyer or something that matches up the color numbers with a color name?

    I appreciate any help you can give,
    Lisa

    • actually no they don’t have any distinguishing names or numbers at all which can be very frustrating as there ARE duplicates from set to set.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s