Jan. PCK's, New Class Packs and Sale!
I have a few little bits of info for everyone that may be of interest so read on!
If you missed the Jan Papercrafting Kit and were bummed about it, you may still have a chance to get one. Melissa (my great paper packer!) found 8 kits from Jan. when she was packing things up for Feb. They are missing the gold foil trim, but otherwise, they are complete. If you would like one, they are $26 (factoring in the missing trim). You must send a note to Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can bill your account. First come first serve (so blog readers will benefit)!
If you are a teacher or store owner who would be interested in coordinated materials (in sets of 25 usually) to use for classes or crops, please send a note to Ruth as well with your contact info. Many times I end up with overages of certain products for various reasons and have decided to group these items into "class packs" that teachers could easily develop a class around. They will be sold a little below wholesale so it is a great deal for those who can't normally purchase this way for their classes. I will send out an e-mail to those on this list when I get them together, with photos, and they will be sold first come first serve as well.
Also- don't forget our sale on past kits! I am down to 1 - 7 kits left on 4 of the months, so if you were thinking about this, you may want to grab them up before they are gone! The sale ends when they are gone, or the last day of the month, whichever comes first!
And finally, we have enhanced the "Share" area of the site. You can now search by month! This will give you the opportunity to see all of the layouts that apply to any given month's kit. You will now be prompted at upload to submit that info. AND. . . you can now see the username when you view the layouts (most recent, etc.) and it will take you to that person's gallery directly to see more. We will continue to enhance this area as we grow!
Oh- and the February gallery is live. Emily's stuff is amazing! Here was my favorite. . .
P.S. - for those of you who have Sonic in your area, you must try the Sweetheart blast! It tastes like a chocolate covered cherry - just divine!