Saturday, 2 February 2013

New Products, Renovation Update and more!

Renovation Update!

Most of our regular customers would have seen we have commenced renovations in the store.  We have some exciting plans for the store including a larger class area, revamp/relocation of the sales desk and office area and of course some additional hanging space for all the new stock that is coming in after CHA 2013.

So far all is going well and we hope you can pop in and take a look at what we are doing.  We can't wait to be able to report it's all finished but in the mean time we hope you can excuse the mess and still enjoy the same great shopping and customer service we aim to provide to everyone!

New Stock and Classes Begin!

With the start of the school year for most already begun, things are starting to get back into a routine and most of us have some time to get out 2013 crafting under way.  

We remind everyone that 
regular monthly classes will begin this week 
and details can be found in the newsletter tab at the top of blog.  Classes are filling quickly and some classes are sold out so make sure you book in quickly to avoid disappointment!!!  Bookings can be made in store or over the phone and payment is required at the time of booking. 

Kaisercraft February Release

 The fabulous designers at Kaisercraft have 4 new collections to unveil this month and they are all in stock and out on the shelves at Scrappy Hollow.  So here is an intro to the collections from Kaisercraft.  To view the entire range you can click on the link to head over to their web site and product guide.

75 Cents is a very quirky and vintage looking collection. Rustic
design elements make up this range with butterflies, flowers,
cardboard and even dice featuring throughout. 
To see the entire 75 Cents collection click here

Suga Pop is a fun and sweet collection that can be used to scrap
your Easter photos. Overall it’s a pretty range with greens, pinks
and blues making up this children's themed collection. Creating
the Easter element, we have added a 12x12” Specialty Gloss of
Easter eggs into the range making it extra special.
To view the Suga Pop collection in it's entirety click here

Think of Base Coat as literally your base coat for every project you create. Natural designs of brick, corrugated iron, wooden palings and stone, these beautiful textures will go with any collection you’re using. Add that something extra and use Base Coat in your next project. You can see more of the Base Coat collection here

Flora Delight is the elegant collection for this month. Exquisite
floral patterns flow over the papers and embellishments with a
colour palette of mustard, purple, pink and green. Flora Delight
is a beautiful collection and will be used with ease and...delight!
Check out all of the Floral Delights collection here

The new Workshop Magazine is also in store for you to pick up next time you are in. As usual we know you’ll be impressed with this issue as it is jam packed with ideas from the design team and a gives you a full overview of the 4 new ranges. If you can't wait you can download a copy here.

Ranger Archival Ink Pads

We are now stocking ranger Archival Ink Pads!  Just perfect for scrapbooking projects, card making and for those who are lucky enough to be coming to the Finnabair Workshops you will be playing with them with her as well!!!!

Available in 24 vibrant shades in a standard size stamp pad.
• Non-toxic
• Waterproof
• Permanent on matte and gloss papers
• Air dries on matte surfaces
• Heat set on glossy surfaces
• Acid free

New HOTP Dazzles Stickers

We have had a delivery of the very popular HOTP Dazzles Stickers.  These are proving to be very popular with our card making customers and can also be used on scrapbooking projects too! 

Dazzles stickers are used individually and can be colored with 3D acrylic paints, glitter pens, chalks, colored pencils, watercolors and much more.  Here is just one sample and we have loads of themes, shapes and patterns mainly in gold and silver, with some designs coming in black and white.  Our sticker collection is growing fast so pop in to the store to take a look!

1 comment:

  1. Since the Ranger Archival Ink Pads are waterproof, how would I go about removing the ink from a surface, say a cat's paw? I need to take an imprint of my cat's paw (a keepsake to remember precious kitty by), and I need something non-toxic but that I can wash off him afterwards!


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