Here is the latest news I received from Stampin’ Up! regarding the watercolor pencils…
watercolor pencils update
We have placed additional orders for this item and should hear back on shipping schedules when our suppliers return next Monday from celebrating Chinese New Year; however, due to the holiday and the brief interruption of service, there is a high likelihood that this item will temporarily return to backorder or not-orderable status.
We apologize for the inconvenience and will let you know as soon as more information becomes available.
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Check back tomorrow for a fun new item in my alphabet series…What do you think I’ll be showcasing for X?
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I had an E-mail from SU saying mine was being shipped. I am excited to be able to play with them. I have a set I bought locally and they are fun to use but the colors don’t always go with the cardstock or DSP. I think they should package two of the Old Olive’s (that is the green in the pack isn’t it?) since we would be using that pencil for leaves and stems and other greenery. Has there been any word of increasing the colors?