Thursday, March 12, 2009

New "Class To Go" Clipboard and coordinating items

Hello Ladies,

I am offering another class to go, for ladies who either don't live close or have time to attend a sit down class. If you like this class to go you will get a detail manual on how to do that includes many pics. 22 pages of detailed instructions including an alternative project to make using the same basic techniques in this manual.

In this class you will be creating a clipboard, votive/paperclip holder and a coordinating card. These projects feature the Always stamp set and Sweet Always Designer Series Paper (DSP). The colors used are great trendy colors that will be popular with tweens and ladies of all ages. You will find that you can use these layouts and patterns to recreate these projects in many styles by simply changing the stamp set, Designer Series Paper (DSP), card stock and inks used to change the color palates, styles and themes. All the inspiration you need to keep your desk, counter or work area organized and looking great!

All you have to do is go to my order online button and order $50.00 worth of SU products and I will send you the details for free. Remember as a bonus for the rest of this month you will get a Free SAB stamp set and new catalog.

Hope to see you order from me soon


Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Mom's Get Well Cards

Hello Ladies,
I wanted to thank you for all the wonderful thank you cards. I read each and everyone over and over to her and even describe them to her. She passed away Feb 28th 2009. She wasn't getting better, her kidneys had stopped working her heart needed help to pump, plus of tons of other things. The last few weeks, I was fortunate I could go the hosptial everyday and be with her and help with my dad and rest of my family. She was a wonderful lady and will be truely missed.
I have enclosed a copy of her obituary incase you chose to read. She had a full and wonderful life and I can not wait til I can be with her again.

Message: about my mom
Please visit the Notice for Violet Joyce Newcomb.