In Catalogs/ Designer Series Papers

The Swapping of the In Color Collections

May 1, 2018

It’s May 1st and you can now take advantage of some special offers for early purchases from the Stampin’ Up! 2018-2019 Annual Catalog.  This includes one item I forgot to tell you about yesterday:  the great new In Colors for 2018-2020.  (Can you image actually writing something down that concerns 2020 already!?) And it’s also getting very close to the swapping of the In Color Collections.

The Swapping of the In Color Collections

The Swapping of the In Color Collections

These are remnants of half inch strips of each 2018-2020 In Color. I had punched out pieces for some bookmarks that will be going in each recipient’s new catalog.  Request yours today if you haven’t already.

 

Here’s a little refresher on the colors we’ll be losing coming June 1st.

The Swapping of the In Color Collections

 

If you want any of the colors, I would advise  you to order them sooner rather than later since they’ll be the items that sell out the quickest.  That includes ink pads, ink refills, card stock, markers (sold in color family sets), ribbons, embellishments.

 

Sweet Sugar Plum Retiring Products:

Sweet Sugarplum 3/8" (1 Cm) Ruched Ribbon

Sweet Sugarplum 3/8″ (1 Cm) Ruched Ribbon
[141428]
$8.00

 

Peekaboo Peach Retiring Products:

 

Flirty Flamingo Retiring Products:

 

Emerald Envy Retiring Products: 

 

Dapper Denim Retiring Products: 

 

https://www.stampingwithblythe.com/the-swapping-of-…olor-collections/

 

Which colors will you miss the most?  For me it’ll be Marina Mist (love that dusty blue), Soft Sky (love that gentle perfect sky blue), Wild Wasabi (such a rich middle shade of green) and Sweet Sugar Plum (love that rich, thick, gooey pink).  Flirty Flamingo is a fun, sassy shade of pink but……..it’s coming back as a core color so it’s not really going anywhere–it’s just changing places in the pages.

Don’t forget to purchase those retiring color products a.s.a.p. so you aren’t disappointed.  Just click on any of the product images above to go directly to my Stampin’ Up! store.  Although I’ll miss some retiring colors, I’m also looking forward to the swapping of the In Color collections.

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