Wednesday, 5 May 2010

New Lines

I've had new lines coming in regularly and I thought I would just highlight a few of them in case you have an overwhelming urge to add to your much needed stash.
The Inkssentials Wonder Tape is a great product that is really tough. You can use it to stick down card, paper, chipboard, ribbon, material and it will also take embossing powder as well. It works really well with "net" ribbon as it's virtually invisible once you peel off the backing sheet. I've linked a Ranger video to it on my website so you can see the many uses.

Ranger have released two new Archival Ink Pads especially for use with your larger stamps. At this point they only have coffee and maroon but hopefully they will add more to the range over time.

Stampendous Stamps are another range that we're stocking now and they have some fun designs as well as lovely sayings. The cling mounted stamps come with a sticker on the back of the foam (the side that goes on the acrylic block) with the stamps design. It extends out around the foam and when I first went to use a stamp I trimmed it right back to the foam but I wouldn't do that to any future stamps as it's an easy way to remove the stamp from the block. Simply peel up a corner of the sticker to release your stamp.

This coming weekend as we all know is Mothers Day and if you haven't bought your Mum anything and she's a stamper or scrapbooker you might want to give her something she can have hours of creative pleasure from (and perhaps something she wouldn't treat herself to).

On Saturday I'll be in Hinkler Shopping Centre and this time we're near Woolworths as they had a week long booking for our regular spot near Boost Juice so we were moved. I'll only be having one table so I'm very limited on what products I'll be taking. The stamps will be coming and I'm takin the tins of gift cards (which are marked down by 30%) and the few gift lines I have left as well as the new canvas pieces that I've made. If you would like to see any particular product please let me know and I'll take it along (there's no obligation to buy).
Of course Sunday is our regular PCYC market where I'll have pretty much most of the stock (there's always something that won't fit on the tables) and it will be a lovely morning as well. Don't forget you can have breakfast or a moring tea snack there as well.


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