Our new home is almost completed, so we are starting to pack some things. Just an FYI of why there are several messes ( oh wait, that's not new). ha
We wanted to let you know that although the sign is coming down, we are not closing-just moving to the front of the same building. We will have a bit more room and twice as much retail area. We are excited and overwhelemed at same time, so a couple classes have been rescheduled. Now a few of you can say, "told you so"......
What we are going to do is close at our regualr time on Saturday (21st) and then stayed closed until the following Friday (Jan. 27th). That way it will hopefully be all in and arranged, and more organized than trying to open our regular hours.
After we do reopen, we will have longer hours and be open on Tuesday's as well.
For the remainder of week, 30% off everything (Christmas is still 50% off). That way there is less to move. Hope to see you in our new place, if not before!
Friday, January 6, 2012
We hope everyone had a great Holiday break. Since "Thank You" cards are probably needed most now, we decided to offer that first this month. So this week and next you may come in and do these cards. They are $3.00 each or all 4 for $10.00
I wanted to add a photo of the way the M&Ts are set up too. We have kits for each card and you need to bring your adhesive, scissors, pop dots and glue dots. Then you simply get each piece of the kit (in boxes with each card sample), and make them by following the sample. If you need some help, please ask. These are easy enough to follow card samples, if you have basic stamping skills.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 9:02 AM
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Melissa Frances has lovely papers that give a Vintage look. This series is called 5th. Avenue, and is Melody Poff's calendar started in Alice Roushia's Vintage Calendar Class. The stamps are Flourishes and the images are colored with COPIC Markers. The ladies making the calendars had a variety of stamps, papers and embellishments to choose from.
What a lovely way to start the New Year.
Posted by Dolly LaBelle at 9:01 AM