I've been bragging about my gal pal Suni's knowledge of all things ink for quite a while now. Back in the day, when Artfully Scribed was still around, Suni taught sold out session after sold out session of "Ink University" to dozens of students. They ate it up. And then she stopped teaching it.
Well, I've managed to drag her out of retirement for one more Ink University class. Students at my "Summer in Paris" retreat will be able to get their ink on with Suni on Sunday, July 20th. For more information, click here.
I love, love, love these vintage bottle caps! Smash them down (click herefor instructions) and use them on your scrapbook pages or altered projects. Each $1.50 bag holds 15 assorted bottle caps.
My library supplies have become so popular that I've combined three of the top sellers into one kit at a reduced price! You'll get 10 each of borrower's cards, small book pockets and medium book pockets. The entire $5.00 kit is packaged in a vintage candy box, ready to use!
Sorry this is a little late. Hubby, Baby & I took a quick vacation to Chicago to see family. I've been away from the computer for a while! Here are this week's papercrafting deals at AC Moore:
A 50% off coupon -- click here to get yours (it is the second coupon on the page).
40% off all Sizzix products.
40% off all Fiskars & EK Success papercrafting tools. If you don't have your curvy cutter yet, go get it. No excuses!
The Xyron personal cutting system is only $79.99 (regularly $159.99).
The cheap-o top load scrapbooks are 3 for $10 (regularly $12.99 each). This is a great opportunity to make a little scrapbook gift set for any kids you might know (including your own). Have them scrapbook their summer!
The JetMax 9-cube organizer is only $39.99 (regularly $69.99). I'm loyal to the Store-In-Style brand, but I've been thinking of picking up one of these bad boys for my daughter's play room. You can't beat the price!!
This is one of those days that I love living in a digital age. I'm sitting outside updating my blog on my laptop while my daughter rides her bike in the driveway. My BFF Suni took these pics on her cell phone today at the brand new AC Moore in Baltimore, so send all of your whiny e-mails calling me an "enabler" directly to her:
Yep. That's the Martha Stewart Line. At AC Moore. It's a good thing.
An entire section of pre-packaged cards, just like our dearly departed friend Recollections had at the back of their store.
Circle cards! Oh happy day!!!
Creative Imaginations? CREATIVE IMAGINATIONS!!!!!
There's even a demo counter. Well, crap. Does that mean that the chain stores will have people who actually know what they are talking about working there?
Creative Imaginations rub-ons? Are you kidding me? Fine! Just take all of my money you coupon giving bastards.
And, for all of you digi scrappers, they have a pretty elaborate section for you:
We'll see how long it takes the other ACMs to catch up, but.... damn! This looks great!
I did a little happy clap the other day when I stumbled upon this at Scrapbooks Plus in Chantilly, VA:
They have the Dots All Around template by The Crafters Workshop in both 12" x 12" and 6" x 6". I, of course, had to have both. The mini dots template is only $3.99 and the larger one is only $6.69. I haven't had time to play with it yet, but the possibilities are endless!
Then today at Jo-Anns I found this:
The Colorbok "Garden Party" pack -- 40 sheets of flower die cut 12" x 12" paper and 24 pieces of raw chipboard flowers. For $19.99! Combine that with my 40% off coupon and it was a steal!