I’m a list maker. You’d think that would mean I get things done on time, but, well, not so much. At least I know how much I didn’t get done.
This time of the year my list gets a little crazier than usual. For example, demonstrators have had a peek at the upcoming Occasions and Sale-a-bration catalogs, and even though we’re deep in the Holiday crafting season, our minds are beginning to drift. (OK, the truth is my mind is ALWAYS drifting.) It’s new, it’s exciting, but there are other things that need to be taken care of first!!
In the interest of keeping tabs on the moment, here are a few things I’m wrapping up:
- Holiday stamp sets are available at a 25% discount until November 30th – tomorrow.
- I have a small inventory of DIY Easel Calendars and Refills available. I’m not planning on making another run of these for 2017, so if you’d like one, I suggest you order it soon.
The DIY Easel Calendar kit is $9.00, and I also make a DIY Calendar Refill available for $6.00. The calendar images are 3 1/2″ square, and the mats are 3 3/4″ square.
Shipping is by USPS and will be sent First Class or Priority Mail. I ship the best possible method at the best possible price and will calculate based on what you order. Typically, a single Calendar refill can be sent in a First Class envelope with postage of $.68. Easel Calendar Kits are shipped Priority Mail Small Flat Rate with postage of $6.80. I can ship multiple kits in one box.
Mats are Dapper Denim, Marina Mist, Emerald Envy, Cucumber Crush, Mint Macaron, Sweet Sugarplum, Real Red, Watermelon Wonder, Flirty Flamingo, Peekaboo Peach, Tip Top Taupe, Delightful Dijon and Daffodil Delight.
To order, leave a comment or email me directly at AnneMatasci@gmail.com. I’ll need your order and your email address, and will send an invoice via Square. At this time, I’m not shipping outside of the United States.
Did you make it through all of that? Well, then, I hope you’ll enjoy this image of Mr. Maui Stamper and me on the Soldiers Pass trail in Sedona, Arizona. My side of the family assembles from all over every Thanksgiving to tell stories, eat, drink, and enjoy the beautiful Red Rocks. However you spent your Thanksgiving weekend, I hope it was filled with good things.