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new craft & scrapbooking supplies & don’t forget this weekend & a give a way November 24, 2008

Posted by scraplovers in Classes & Craft Crave, Scrap Lovers at A Work of Heart, Scrapbooking.
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Oh this has been an amazingly busy few days…

It was so great to have Traci Bautista in the studio!  She was a sweetheart and oh so very creative….Andrea was the documenter so be on the lookout for some pictures from her!  I need to take some pics of my journal and post that too…But in the mean time check this bit of info out:

We have tons of new products in the store:

  • New Prima flowers and gems
  • Quickutz new die releases and the $39.99 revolution – I have to say the hedgehog is my favorite
  • Fun mixed media supplies from Golden and Strathmore
  • Tim Holtz‘s Holiday stamps
  • New Handmade magazine & December issues of Cards/Scrapbook Trends
  • Great new collage sheets from ArtChix Studios
  • and more!!

Here are a few pictures of the new goodies:

Okay now about this week/weekend…

First we wish you and yours the most wonderful and joy filled Thanksgiving!  We have so manythings to be thankful for and you are all tops on my list…the friends that this business (another thing I am thankful for) has brought to me are priceless.  I don’t know what I would do without your kindness, support and friendship!

If you are around for the weekend we have several fun things planned including the $40 bag sale on Friday (starting at 7am) where you can buy a big bag for $40 and fill it with fun scrapbooking and craft supplies!

Then on Saturday and Sunday we are hosting a MAKE-it Marathon.  The studio will be stocked with all of the kits from our popular Handmade Gift Series!!  You can work in the studio for one hour or 24 hours…whatever works for you!  If you want to come just click here to register for the whole thing or click here to come for an hour…if your not sure when you might come please give us a call and let us know you might come -408-266-1005-this will help us plan how many kits and tables to set up!

and since this was long post and i love that you read this far I am going to give something away!  I have a couple of cool stamps from Tim Holtz to give-a-way.  They are wood-mounted and are ATC size…to win one just post here with your favorite Thanksgiving memory and something you are thankful for…We will pick a lucky winner on Friday!

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1. Doris - November 25, 2008

My daughter loves turkey skin. When she was living in Japan, she wanted pictures to share of an American Thanksgiving – so the pictures were of everyone eating the turkey skin!

2. June Pegram - November 25, 2008

Hi Gals, Well my Mom and I were putting a turkey in one of those plastic cooking bags- so we seasoned it all up, dressed it, tied it (as the family took a break from football and eyed the future reason their pants would needs to be elastic waisted) we dropped it in the bag. The whole clan reacted in classic slow motion ( mouthing the words- “Ooooooohhhhh Nnnnnnoooooo”) – insert classic million dollar man music– to realize the bag was not sealed on the other end. Imagine: Turkey- through bag- unto floor- and then add in two very fast and veracious doggie appetites.. Needless to say we ended up having pizza will all the fixin’s- HAA

3. Beth - November 25, 2008

My favorite memories are just of general chaos. With 9 kids, someone always brought unexpected guests, arguments started, someone would drink too much, kids would run around…..no wonder my Mom despised holidays LOL! After a few years, my Stepdad would get up earlier and earlier to cook – he made everything including biscuits, mashed potatoes and stuffing from scratch. I think one year the turkey was ready at 11am and my Mom was so p.o.’d!!! Just big, loud, raucous holidays that I miss today!!!! Beth

4. Leila Manning - November 26, 2008

My honey and I had to split Thanksgiving between 3 households when we were dating…spent most of the day in the car! So, on our first wedded Turkey Day, we made our families- 2 sets of parents, 2 sets of siblings, aunt & uncle, various cousins, and one friend too far from home, all come to our 600 square foot rental for the feast prepared in our postage stamp sized kitchen. We let the oldsters use our 6 plates, 2 chairs, and the couch, and the rest of us ate off paper plates and sat on the floor. 20 of us packed in like sardines, and we had a blast! We still host every year, and they all keep coming back. Our families have grown, and we never really know how many will arrive on the day, but the old Scottish adage still applies…”Always room for one more”! Happy Turkey Day, everyone!

5. joybear - November 27, 2008

My favorite Thanksgiving memory was the first year we stayed home and cooked for the family here at home. It is always fun to travel but that was very cool to be home for a change.

6. joybear - November 28, 2008

forgot to say I am thankful for family!!!


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