The original butterfly design was made by Kate Mellis and we adapted it for class.
The ladies loved this, well Doreen defiantly loved it the most!
We used new stamps with the ever popular butterfly and opaque white embossing powder on vellum. The rest I think you can guess.
And this weeks see's us all in a mad panics to get deliveries and samples made of our demonstration day in Elgin. The lovely Jenny Trueman is in the hot seat and crafty Kate Mellis is in the class room.
With new stock as our promotions we are expecting lots of boxes this week but if there is a hitch and delivery is delayed yet agian, I will be stressed to the hilt until the stock arrives. We even have a sweet deal on the big shot, good enough to beat the big guys!
I wonder how many real shops do you visit, workshops and clubs you attend.
Or are you a more likely to lock yourself away and play on your own.
How are the shops doing in your local area, so many are closing, I don't often hear good news.
Do you thinks it's the shopping channels , hobbycraft or just a general down turn in the hobby that is fuelling the slow market in independent shops?
After all, you the crafter are the reason shops are open. If we don't serve you well then we need to know how to do better. Let me know your thought, I do read all comments, I just don't publish them if I think the information is best kept to myself .
Have a great day.