Butterfly Thinlets Update + Special Offer From Stampin’ Up!

By | 04/10/2015

News Update on Butterflies Thinlits and a Special Offer From Stampin’ Up!


April 10, 2015


Like you, we sincerely hoped that the Butterflies Thinlits Dies would arrive in time for Sale-A-Bration, and when that didn’t happen, again like you, we hoped they would be here in time for our Free Shipping promotion. Unfortunately, that is not going to be the case.

Originally they were scheduled to arrive by April 8; we then received notification from our supplier that although the ship had reached the west coast port, the container containing the Thinlits was still on the ship. We have since received verification from a third party that the vessel is still in the port–and though it docked on Friday, April 3, the container with the Thinlits has yet to be pulled.

Because the container has yet to be discharged from the vessel, the soonest the Butterflies Thinlits will arrive in our warehouse is the beginning of the week of April 13; our best estimate for orderability, based on this information, is April 15.

We realize you and your customers may be disappointed you were not able to purchase the Thinlits in time to receive Sale-A-Bration rewards–especially in the discounted bundles. Therefore, from the day Butterflies Thinlits are again available through April 30, we are bringing you two special offers:

  1. Get the Butterflies Thinlits at a 15 percent discount–just $21.20!
  2. Buy any of the Butterflies Thinlits Bundles (That is the butterfly basics stamp set + framelits) at the already-discounted price and choose one of three FREE Sale-A-Bration items (only available while supplies last)!

Make a quick card with sale-a-bration freebies with stamping imperfection


I will keep you updated!  You will hopefully be able to get the framelits and freebies next week online at mystampingstore.com!

2 thoughts on “Butterfly Thinlets Update + Special Offer From Stampin’ Up!

  1. Ros Hodgkins

    Hi Kim, we all find our own way with dies, but apart from SU, you will see very much smaller dies and even tinier holes to poke out. Spellbinders brought out a Tool n One, last year and it’s a brush which sweeps over the dies and knocks out the remains, they also as a free gift when first launched a piece of foam, it isn’t worth buying, but the tool and one is. It takes seconds and ready to go again. Take care.

    1. kim Post author

      Thank you for the info! Someone else mentioned that tool as well. I will look for it! You can never have enough tools!


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