Saturday, October 16, 2010


Just a quick post to let you all know that we've received the rest of our Advantus Tim Holtz Idea-ology, which includes all four Configurations, Seasonal and Lost & Found Salvage Stickers, Seasonal Paper Stash and Lavish Trimmings. All pre-orders have been filled and I have a limited quantity of each of these products available...RIGHT NOW! Don't miss out on getting your hands on the highly sought-after Configurations! I also have a limited supply of Tim's Foundations Box Feet, Tissue Tape (all six styles), and other Idea-ology trimmings!

This week we have also received additional Maya Road introduced in July, including: Kraft Mini Tickets Strips, Dollies, and Calendars; Windows, Ornate Tags and Decorative Scrolls Chipboard sets; Tags, Crowns, Antique Keys, and Mixed Scallop Triangle Banner Mini Chipboard sets; Sand, Blueberry and Licorice Maya Mists; Wood Bingo Calendar Numbers; Pennant and Flower Edge Chipboard Albums, Canvas Pennant Album, House Accordian Album, Dollie Transparencies, Resin Blossoms, Vintage Crochet Trim in several styles, Pleated Ribbon in Cream (so you can color it with mists!), along with re-orders of some of your favorites, including the Snowflake Coaster album (which would make a great holiday banner!), Maya Mists, Alphas, etc.

Not to be neglected, we now have all colors of the Tens Seconds Studio metals. In fact, we have EVERYTHING TEN SECONDS STUDIO! I just completed my Certification with TSS products (what a blast that was and will be a separate post of its' own) and, WOW, if you haven't used these products yet, you are truly missing out on one of the most creative mediums available! We carry all the molds, metals, adhesive, tools, etc. of this product line, and many additional products that complement the metals. If you haven't tried Tattered Angels Glitter Glam and Glazes or Ranger Alcohol inks with these metals, you are missing out on MAGIC! I kid you NOT, TOTALLY MAGIC! We carry the Tattered Angels Glimmer Glams and Glazes and Ranger Alcohol Inks (and other products) that we love most to use with the metals. To use a British/Australian term (in honor of my British inlaws who will be here with us next week), I was GOBSMACKED with all the things you can do with these metals and molds! I would exhaust my list of superlatives if I start telling you just exactly how cool this product line is! BTW, hope you have a die cutter of some kind to use with these molds, because you're gonna want one... We recommend the Sizzix Bigshot, but you can use a Provo Craft Cuttlebug too. We don't discriminate...


So, along those lines, we have Ten Seconds Studio Technique classes scheduled for October 23 and November 6th here at the Conquest Keepsakes Paper Studio classroom just to show you what all you can do with this product to complement your scrapbooks, projects, altered art and jewelry. These classes will teach you the basics as well as more advanced applications working with Ten Seconds Studio products, plus using complementary products like Tattered Angels and Ranger to produce effects that will knock your knickers off! :-) I'll be posting additonal details and class costs after I clean my house today for the imminent arrival of the inlaws. The British are coming! The British are coming! OK, my historical humor for the day...


Now, a suggestion for the significant other in your life that is wondering, "What the heck do I get my (significant person here) for Christmas? I don't understand anything about that crafting stuff!" Get them a Conquest Keepsakes Paper Studio Gift Certificate good for products and classes. Email Vicki for details on how to purchase this one-of-a-kind, collectible [smirk] gift certificate for the crafty person in your life. They can even use it on special orders! Contact info is on the left side of the blog.

Hope you all have a beautiful weekend like mine, full of sunshine, cleaning, dusting, mowing, vacuuming, trimming, dishwashing, cat bathing... Oh, well, maybe not cat bathing. I don't want to be hospitalized before the British arrive... It's bad enough to have to "tamale" Maki for her eye drops.

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