Project Life Update for Europe and Canada

Posted on March 16, 2012 | Comments Off on Project Life Update for Europe and Canada

I can’t believe it is already the middle of March. I hope it is turning into a ‘lamb’ in your part of the world. It sure is here. (okay for those of you in the southern hemisphere, I guess that doesn’t really apply – huh?)

It is time again to give you a couple updates/reminders.

First, I have heard from UK Customs and the friendly Customs Officers would like a few more days with our shipment. I will let you know as soon as they have released it and we have it at the warehouse.

My motto for the week  – Just learning to roll with the things that are out of my control!

One other reminder for those of you Europeans that pre-ordered in early February – there has been a bit of confusion about the Clementine Edition and when it will ship out to customers. Is it March or May?

So let me clarify:

The first shipment of Clementine Core Kits (those currently waiting at UK customs) pre-sold out early on February 4th. So anyone who placed an order later in the day on February 4th or any days following, that have included a Clementine Core Kit, pre-ordered their core kit for arrival in May 2012.

This information has been posted since that morning, on the Product page, below the image, in the UK/Europe shop, however I realize some may have missed seeing it.

You will note, that to help clarify even further, I have added the word “Pre-Order” along with the estimated date of arrival in the Product Description. I trust this has helped to eliminate any confusion.

For my fellow Canadians and those that order direct from the Canadian shop, there isn’t to much to announce. We are still on track for all the Editions of Core Kits and Binders to be in stock in May 2012.  To help eliminate confusion when ordering pre-order items, I have also added the word “Pre-Order” and the estimated date of arrival to the Product Description.

That is all the update I have for now.

Have a wonderful Friday! I will post the Project Life Photography theme for this week, later today.