Saturday, November 13, 2010

It's Been Busy, Busy, Busy

So much has been happening at the store . . . and we thank our loyal friends and new customers for making Art 'n Soul part of their creative lives. We really enjoy it when you stop into the store looking for more ways to be artistically creative, and even take a few moments to tell us what you've been working on!

The Judikins order arrived today. All of the glitters were put out. We were disappointed, though, that the Eclipse Tape wasn't included in the order; Deb or Sue will be following up on that this coming Monday. The remainder of the order will be out tomorrow.

A limited supply of Webster's Pages' Waiting for Santa paper came in  . . .  only the 'Decorations' and "Making a List" 12x12 paper (don't forget to look on both sides of the paper) . . .  and the 6x6 paper pads that combine the Wanting for Santa and Sweet Season paper collections. In addition the Waiting for Santa's Berry Bouquet and Nature's Garden ribbon roll were put out. The Berrry Bouquet and Floral Bouquet that goes with the Wonderfall and Hollywood Vogue paper lines also came in. Take a look here . . .

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A limited amount of Penny Black stamps arrived day before yesterday, mostly to fill pre-orders submitted right after the store's Christmas Party. I was going to post pics of the stamps from their website but "no" cooperation there . . . so I'll take pics at the store and post later. It's worth a quick trip to the store if you're looking for some cool holiday stamps!

Gwen held her Earth Art International demo on Thursday night . . . fun time! Susie has opened Earth Art's catalog for pre-ordering until Monday, Come into the store and browse through the catalog to place your order . . . or if you want to save time, go their website at and make your selections . . . then come to the store or call us on the phone at 360.357.6820. Sue Coccia's artistry is so fascinating. I have several of her stamps and I think I'm going to make a coloring book of them for some favorite grand nieces and nephews as stocking stuffers. And they make great all-occasion cards, especially to your animal-friendly and earth-friendly recipients.

Later . . . I'm off to Marj's cards that twist, fold & . . . !

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