Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Domestic Goddess

We are loving the new Domestic Goddess line from our friends at Graphic 45. Wow the kitchen inspired prints are so fun, but even if you just need some great pattern prints to mix and match, these are wonderful...

Today we put out some new Jenni Bowlin Chipboard Buttons in Vintage Christmas and Vintage Halloween that will be showing up on cards and layouts very soon. Also if you remember the Jenni Bowlin Vintage Buttons, we got 2 new colors today in black and chocolate brown.
We will be seeing lots of the delivery guys in the next couple of weeks. We are so excited that new scrapbook goodies are arriving almost daily, we will keep you updated.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Hallowe'en in Wonderland Class

We are now taking sign-ups for the Halloween Card Class featuring Alice in Wonderland paper by Graphic 45.
Class will be
Saturday, September 18th

Thursday, August 26, 2010

New Imaginisce

Welcome to Imaginisce (R)

We are so excited to see the UPS man each day. He brought us more goodies and this time it's the new Imaginise Fall Line called Apple Cider. The colors are wonderful and we love the rub-ons that came with this line.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Photo Restorations

Did you know we do restoration now? We are so excited to be able to restore and color correct your photos. We offer them to you on CD, DVD and can even print them for your scrapbooks. We have many scanning, transfer and photo sevices for you. Come by and bring your projects with you. We will be glad to help.

Photo Restorations


Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Photo Op

It’s almost back to school time! Don’t forget to take a picture of your child’s (or grandchild, niece, nephew, stranger (ok maybe not a stranger; that might be creepy)) first day of school. Use portrait mode on your camera to take some snapshots of your little one all dressed up for the first day of school. Try not to embarrass them too much, but have them stand in front of the school and shoot from a low angle to get the name of the school in the picture. Shooting with your camera set to portrait mode will help blur the background a bit.

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Want to know more? We offer photography classes!
Check out the calendar for our class schedule