Monday, September 13, 2010

Just received an email from UPS that their little brown truck will be delivering the Prismatic paper to Art 'n Soul on Wednesday! That means, the paper should be out by the end of the working day, ready for you to come in and replenish your supply of Prismatic colored papers!

Bits and pieces of 12x12 papers have accumulated over the last year or so . . . Anna Griffin, Graphic 45, Yellow Bicycle, SEI, Magenta. It's time to do something so we have room for all of the new paper we want to bring in. These papers have been gathered together and placed in a box by the front counter (where the ribbon basket used to be). The number of days in the current month will tell you what the discount is for that paper only . . . no other discounts apply. Thirty (30) days hath September . . . 30% off of the 12x12 paper in the discount box for the remainder of this month.

Look what Susie's been up to . . . using the papers from the new Graphic 45 Steampunk collection, she used the Magenta bird template and made these clever cards . . .

Notice it says "Time Flies" under the bird.
The color combo's in this collection are so striking together!

You'll find most of the Graphic 45 Steampunk papers on the spinning rack . . .

The 8x8 paper pad of the entire collection is on the table between the spinning rack and the front counter. There were 3 pads left when the store closed on Sunday.

The SEI fall papers, Moonrise Collection, have been extremely popular. In less than one day, all of the 6x6 paper pads flew out the door. I've just placed another order for additional paper pads, as well as 2 more sheets from the Moonrise Collection. One of the papers on the front table featuring "Fall" stamps and papers, is the Graphic 45 Dragonfly Duet paper. So, guess who was in the store Saturday morning and saw the sheet music design on the reverse side  . . . Peggy Austin who teaches piano.

Another "cut and embellish" creation by Susie using
the SEI Moonrise Collection.

Tomorrow . . . pictures of Jerri's Alice in Spookland book and the Viking Weaving class that was held Sunday afternoon taught by one of our favorite guest artists, Elaine Woodhouse. Stay tuned!

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