Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Alterations

Just a quick blog to let you know some of the Alterations have come in today. Alot of them are now sold out again as we had tons and tons of pre orders and those lucky folk will be receiving parcels in the post very soon. We were short delivered on the Tattered Florals but as they are not even meant to be released until April 10th we are not grumbling too much.......yet lol. We also had a huge box of the new Idea-ology so pretty much all of it is available now, and the news I know you will be glad of is that Grunge Paper is back in stock and we have rather alot of it too.............oh and ink blending tool refills, another sort after product.
We stayed at the shop until 10.30 tonight to get the pre orders out for the mornings post despite the fact its our 20th wedding anniversary today. If he spends your anniversary night with you in the shop packing pre orders then he sure does love you lol.
We are going away for the weekend for our anniversary trip, and we decided on the Lakes, in the spring, daffodils etc, you know, sunshine etc, however, apparently its windy and snowing!! ho hum, looks like a laptop and a wifi cafe it is then..........

5 comments:

Helen said...

Yum! Just need a machine to use them in, then!!! Happy Anniversary and enjoy the Lakes if you get there - Today would have been (divorce got in the way, lol) my 21st w/a - yes, I know its 1st April.... very long story.

Wendy said...

Just in case you don't know, you can use the Alterations Dies in a Cuttlebug as well as the Sizzix Bigshot, you just need the extended plates and platform for the long strip dies (tickets etc.)

judith@poppy cottage said...

Have a lovely trip even if the weather does get in the way. It's the being together that counts. Thank you for thinking of us though, and getting our orders out, Judith x

Jennie said...

Have fun Hun :) Happy Anniversary.. amazing what the OH will do when pushed...lololol
xx

Sarah Anderson said...

Happy Anniversary! Hope you have a lovely weekend in the lakes, roaring fires are always good to snuggle up near in a lake district pub if the weather's bad outside :)

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