Friday, December 31, 2010
Monday, December 27, 2010
We are only open tomorrow, (Tuesday 28th.), this week. It is for a 40% off SALE, on all in stock Christmas items.
We will be open from 10am to 7 pm. All of the Christmas items have been taken from retail and put out on tables in the studio, to make it easier to see all of the sale items.
40 % off all Christmas items !
Come early for best selection.
Remember, after tomorrow, we are closed the rest of the week and will re-open on Tuesday, Jan. 4th. We will still check messages through out the week.
If you want to e-mail us, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Leave message at 490 4790
May you have a wonderful and safe New Year !
Mary & Dolly
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 4:56 PM
Monday, December 20, 2010
Don't forget half price studio days on Wednesdays. Come in and get those "thank you" cards made. Oh my, February is coming up fast, so you can get started on any Valentine's cards you are doing too.
Friday, Jan. 7th. 6:00pm is our snowman globe.
Saturday, Jan. 8th. is Cricut classes, for beginners and advanced.
Monday, Jan. 10th. is Christmas album.
Saturday, Jan. 15th. is the Signature School Crop. Registration is still open.
Wednesday, Jan. 19th. is Beginner's Quilting
Friday, Jan. 21st. is a Valentine's mini Album. It is also Late Create Night until 11pm
Saturday, Jan. 22nd. is The Crop For Caring at Bethel UCC
Don't forget the Christmas sale on Tuesday, Dec. 28th. That is the only day we are open that week. 40% off all Christmas items in stock.
Is there a class you are wanting to take and don't see it listed here? Let us know.
As always, you must pre-register for a class. You may either call or come in and pay for it. 490 4790
Sometimes I have taken a registration via e-mail. But always make sure you hear back from us to complete the registration.
This is the only way to know how many are coming, so we may prepare.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 12:39 AM
Sunday, December 19, 2010
We have a wonderful Christmas Album class on Monday, Jan. 10th. Here is a "sneak peek" of some of the pages.
Kimmay will be teaching and her design is beautiful. It is in an 8 1/2 x 11 chipboard album, which you may cover or not, as you like. Cost is $28.00
Call now to register, as space is limited in this one.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 8:20 AM
Saturday, December 11, 2010
We had a very nice gentleman stop in the studio today, (and we don't get many men in there). Donald Barnes came from Owensboro and saw our sign. So he thought he would stop in and show us what he creates, Wind Toys. He makes these by hand and they are very sturdy.
I immediately thought of my parents and how the grandkids would love to see this in action, every time they came for a visit. As the wind blows, it catches the fan windmill part that turns, and makes the horse look like he is trotting.
So although we can't sell them ( I did buy one), I can pass along his name if you would like to buy any for your house.
They do need to be up high, as the windmill parts are metal.
Merry Christmas Donald, and thanks for coming by today.
You can reach him at 270 683 5106
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 5:36 PM
These adorable snowmen cards were brought in by Sue Lis to share.
We are sold out of the Stampavie stamp sets, but we do have the Dot Sparklers used as "bling".
Some of the ladies were referring to them as "fleas", as they kind of jump if you don't slip under them just right to pick up. Several fun colors are in..blue, red, gold, violet and green.
Very nice to decorate your Christmas tree, snowman or wreath card.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 5:29 PM
Saturday, December 4, 2010
We have a snowman class scheduled for January. Here is a sneak peek of the cute little guy, (or could be girl if you use pink scarf.)
It is a light up, glass snowman.
Details to follow later in the month.
Don't forget our other classes & events this month.
December 8th. is Fabric Flowers Pin with Michelle Mathey.
Dec. 10th. is 8 Mini Christmas Cards, with Joy.
Dec. 11th. is Stamping Group Saturday.
Dec. 12th. is Dessert & Crop.
Dec. 13th. is COPIC Christmas cards with Helen.
Dec. 14th & 15th. is Candy Turtle making, with Mary. If you had one at the Open House, you will know this already..."they are delicious!"
Dec. 18th. is Scrap Booking Group Saturday
As always check our blog weekly and the calendar is listed on our web page. You can also pick up a calendar in the studio.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 11:37 PM
We had a great turnout for the Open House yesterday. So many nice ladies came in to see us, browse, eat and some even stayed to work on Christmas cards. I heard through out the evening, "there are so many nice people who come in here. It is such a nice warm atmosphere".
Some words of kindness really do make your day. This time it made the few months of "start up struggles" worthwhile.
Thank you to all of you who were able to attend.
We really do appreciate you all!
This is the tag we had for our guests to make. We hope you will all come back soon and use the products you purchased.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 11:24 PM
I had a nice surprise when I got back to the studio last week, although I did miss seeing Kim when she delivered it. I had won the Where Women Cook magazine from her (Serendipity Vintage Studio), blog giveaway last week.
I had been to Jasper, (with a quick stop at Doodlebug..shhh..)
So there was the wonderful magazine with food in it for me. Then I had 2 friends come by the next day after going to Truffles, the new Eatery in Newburgh. They were talking about the wonderful breakfast they had there. So feeling a bit hungry by now, I wondered aloud about remembering me while they were there. "OH, I almost forgot", was the reply, "I brought you some truffles" .
Those wonderful, melt in your mouth truffles, were my lunch. The little box was cute too.
How special can a girl feel? Here's a peek.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 11:10 PM
How often do you reach for the same colors when using paints, markers, pencils (or whatever medium you use), because those are "comfortable" ones to use? Well Helen decided to "take a walk on the wild side"...not exactly, but it did get your attention.
She has created a different color theme for one of the cards she will be teaching, using a Stampavie set & COPIC markers.
It was an "aha!" moment, when the colors came to life.
See how cute they turned out. Her class is Monday, Dec. 13th. at 6:30 pm . Call to register.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 10:47 PM
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
I wanted to clarify some cards I had posted previously. Many of these are samples I make, so you can see what you can do with the paper or stamp used. These are not kits made up to sell, but samples for the studio. If I mention a certain item, it usually means we have it in, (at the time of posting).
When we have a M&T I usually name it as such, so you'll know what to expect when you come in to do it. However, I forgot to mention the Snowman cards as this week's M&T. That is the only one that is a M&T this week, until we have the Open House. That one is always a surprise, (even to me sometimes if I have a brain drain moment).
If you want help finding the items we use, just ask. But we can't offer classes in all the samples or make kits to sell for them either. These are ideas only. We want you to create something on your own too, and copying is a great way to get one made.
Hope to see you at the Open House, on Friday, December 3rd. and remember, it is 40% off everything, except the Laurel Burch and Peanut Brittle from Nana.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 10:56 PM
We had a nice time at the Iris Folding Class tonight. I try to remember to take my camera, and then try to remember to use it. Tonight I finally remembered to take a photo after a few had already left. (Sorry to the ones who didn't make the press).
We are already looking into the new year at more Iris Folding classes. See how cute the cards are in an older post from November 20th.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 10:50 PM
We are still trying to find some room for last order received. Maybe after Friday's sale we will have more. Wink, Wink....
We have Flourishes stamps, Scor Buddies, a few more COPIC Sketch colors and some fun Sparkles, just in time for the bling on your Christmas cards.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 10:44 PM