|Posted: 1/24/2013 8:18:14 AM|
Does anyone know when we will find out if we are off the wait list and getting the Feb kit?? Also how is it much different than Sn@p simple stories embellishments?
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Loc: Jersey City, NJ
|Posted: 1/24/2013 8:22:19 AM|
Depending on when you signed up, you'll get an email from SC to tell you that you are off the wait list. I'm getting my first kit in February so I'm not sure how different it is from the SN@p stories embellishments.
|Posted: 1/24/2013 8:29:59 AM|There was a thread on the SC board yesterday that said they had contacted everyone who had signed up through 12/23 that they would be receiving the Feb. kit and there would be a few more contacted closer to the end of the month. Guess it would depend when you signed up. I signed up 12/31 and was told I would most likely not receive it. Hope that helps
|Posted: 1/24/2013 10:14:58 AM|
The Studio Calico kit comes with a set of exclusive stamps--that is probably the main attraction for many people. It also comes with a roll of Washi tape. The cards are a thicker card stock than the SN@P cards. But their products serve the same purpose as a Becky Higgins core kit or SN@P cards would.
The SC kit is also $20 a month and comes with thirty cards. That is many fewer cards than you would get for the same amount of money from the SN@P line or the BH core kits. So in your position I would figure out how much it was worth to me to have the stamps, Washi, and "exclusive" Studio Calico designs.
Loc: Las Vegas, NV
|Posted: 1/24/2013 11:32:43 AM|
^^ I did some simple estimation math yesterday on the value of the kit is around $30 or more.
I am hearing a lot of people saying that the kit is absolutely worth it. Stamps($10-$15) and Washi ($6) along make the kit worth the cost. I missed the January Kit and can not wait for Feburary to arrive.
The primary difference I see aside from cost is aesthetic. Sn@p products have a very "signature" look to them in both color and style. With SC, you will get more variety.