Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Disney Explosion Book Class / New Products

Today was quite eventful with not a moment to spare. We had a wonderful class tonight, the Disney Explosion Book. It was very special to a couple of the participants as they had not been to a scrapbooking class or even had scrapped since before Hurricane Katrina. It was an honor to me that they chose this class to be their first to get back into papercrafting. Thank you, ladies. I do appreciate that.

We will be loading up tomorrow (Wednesday) for our Natchez event this weekend. We received three good-sized orders in today with some new products. One of them in particular is really adorable. The K&Company Sweet Pea baby collection. These papers are really cute and there's even one in the collection that is like a birth announcement. We got the embossed cardstock stickers that match, of course. We got some Disney idea books, and new Disney embellishments and paper that we have never had before. LOTS more acid-free 12x12 chipboard (you asked for it!). We also got 12x12 vellum and adhesive-backed vellum. We also recently got in the Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Cases that hold 28 bottles of alcohol ink and accessories like the applicator, mixatives, and extra pads. More MIMI totes are in, and don't forget you get free monogramming with the purchase of one of those totes. Also, we got in new cat paper from Karen Foster Design, and several different mini charms (tools, school tools, amusement park). The amusement park charms are really nice.

Yesterday I totally redid the eyelet display. I put everything together in themes so it is now a lot easier to find things that coordinate, and we got in all the new brads just released this past weekend at CHA. Seals, sharks, killer whales (Shamu), cherries, strawberries, baby carriages, baby bottles, and a lot of the large round brads in many different colors. Some of them have two colors on them, and they are really pretty. Also, the new pink and red Minnie Mouse bows, and more Mickey hands and mouse ears.

Until next time, happy scrapping!


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