Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Provo Craft Cuttlebug September Launch

I'm so excited, busy unpacking boxes and filling pre-orders. I've received the first part of the August-September launch of Cuttlebug embossing folders and Combos! They are great! I did order extras of everything, so if you haven't had a chance to get yours, you may email me. I must say though, I've run out of a couple of the Card Making Combos' and had to contact my distributor and beg for more!
Even Greater news...originally we were told by Provo Craft that the Christmas and Holiday Cuttlebug Embossing Folders would arrive a proximately a month after the arrival of the first 'batch'. Surprise, Surprise, (remember Gomer Pyle?...or am I dating myself?)..I received an email on Friday, The Holiday and Christmas Cuttlebug folders and dies are on their way!...They will be here (on my doorstep) on Wednesday (tomorrow!). That's when my home will become an assembly line, as we've got a lot of people waiting for these! I'll be recruiting Gord to help me with packaging and mailing orders out. Hmmm I wonder if there is some way I can put Angel and Isaac to work doing something? They just sit and watch us, inspecting boxes and making sure we're doing everything right. They are great supervisors - then never complain...but it would be nice if I could think of something constructive for them to do.

I also received an order from Ranger, and Spellbinders, I'll be unpacking that today...( too bad I'm busy unpacking, can't play til everything is unpacked...I gotta tell you, that is very, very hard....and I'd love to sneak away for a few minutes and try some of these great products that are 'calling my name'..."come play with me....".
I'd better get back to work.
I haven't had a chance to put everything on the online Catalog http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a273/integritydesigns/ but if you have any request or questions, please feel free to email me....OK, now back to work
Thanks for visiting.

1 comment:

Connie Paxman said...

Can't wait to get my goodies..Will you have to send it on the train?
Connie Paxman