‘Scrap-A-Bit’ to feature stamps

“I am excited about the new product coming to Scrap-A-Bit,” noted Meredith Croswell, adding they have a request for stamps just about every day at her store and decided it would be a great avenue to pursue.
“The new stamps arriving, any day in fact, are from Magenta in Quebec,” said Croswell. “We are excited to carry another Canadian-based company. Magenta is well-known in the stamping industry for their finely-cut, quality stamps.
“The stamps are individually hand-made out of the best natural rubber available and mounted on a hand-finished hardwood block and manufactured right here in Canada.”
Croswell said she will be focusing on the beginner stamper for the months of May and June to get a feel for what is needed in the area.
“As for the experienced stampers, please drop in and let us know what you are looking for in the way of product and classes,” she noted.
Danette Nixon, the stamp expert at Scrap-A-Bit, is always open to ideas, suggestions, and comments on classes and techniques, noted Crowell.
“Keep in mind, all you stampers, although we are a scrapbooking store, we are into other crafts, as well,” she added. “I know that the crops and classes are mainly scrapbooking-oriented but stampers are welcome to come and bring their supplies and stamp for a day!
“Doesn’t a day of nothin’ but interrupted stampin’ sound great?”
Call Scrap-A-Bit at 482-3244 and see what else is knew there.
A reminder National Scrapbooking Day is May 4, with a three weekend crop planned May 3-5. Registration fee is $8 per day, or $20 for all three days.
There also will be prizes, draws, classes, and lunch available all three days. Pre-registration and prepayment is required to hold your table for this event.
Cancellations required by May 1.