Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Busy, Busy, Busy!

A few more Spellbinder die cuts were delivered yesterday, and more are being ordered again! We just can't keep those new ones on the shelf long enough to collect dust (thank you!). And more Cuttlebug Embossing Folders Plus are being ordered. I spent the day ordering replenishment stock for the papers at the back of the store, i.e., velvet paper, Hanko silk paper, paper from SEI, Graphic 45 and Paper Cut, and some new ribbons from May Arts.

Marj Marion came into the store this morning and showed me her latest class samples for her next Fabulous Layered Cards class using the Spellbinder Nestabilities and Graphic 45 papers -- STUNNING! It happens on Saturday, September 25; there are quite a few signed up already who didn't want to wait to see the card samples. Once that class is full, Marj will schedule this same class on Sunday, September 26 if there are enough sign-ups. Call the store as soon as possible to sign up for this class . . . you won't be disappointed! We will make sure that a sufficient supply of this paper will be available at class time.

Speaking of Spellbinders . . . they are launching new die cuts for the CHA show in Chicago at the end of the month. Leading up to the show dates, they are releasing previews of those die cuts each day. Today, they released the 2010 Heirloom Ornament Nestability:

and the Labels Fourteen die-cut:

Each one was introduced by a different blogger and their samples were gorgeous. We'll let you know when these become available AND we'll try to keep you posted on the new introductions each day. Stay tuned!

Sue is sooo excited that she will be teaching a class at Art 'n Soul with Susie; we're waiting for the date announcement. They're going to teach a class using techniques from Magenta's book "Paper Creations". Owning the book isn't a pre-requisite but you'll want to have your own copy when you see the beautiful and amazing techniques they use with Magenta's Peel-Off's.

Thanks to all of you for always making Art 'n Soul one of your regular stores. We enjoy saying "hi" to each and everyone of you. And we love seeing any of the projects that you're working on or have just completed when you bring them to the store.

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