Leesa had been downsizing and sorting through her craft supplies in the hopes of selling her house and moving back “home” to California. Then she had a heart attack and passed away unexpectedly at the age of 49. Her son, David, now needs to sell all of her craft supplies. Leesa was an avid stamper, had worked for years at Creative Impressions, worked the craft and hobby trade shows and was an major “collector” of anything crafty. She was also the owner of Talk About Impressions.
This is going to be one of the biggest and best craft estate sales you will ever see. Here’s just a partial list:
Thousands of rubber stamps. Wood, unmounted and goody grab bags. Rubber as low as a quarter an image!
Every kind of craft tool you can imagine.
Sizzix machine and numerous dies
Spellbinders Wizard and Grand Calibur and tons of dies
Cuttlbug embossing folders and even more miscellaneous dies
Cricut and cartridges
Screen printing systems
Paper making, paper presses, flower presses
polymer clay and tools
jar after jar of embossing powder, glitter, and more
Bind-it-all system, Coil binding system, roll-a-bind system
shrink wrap machines
brads, eyelets, flowers, ribbons
very nice carousel tower retail display, slat boards
dishes, tupperware, kitchen goods, furniture - the entire house, it’s an estate sale
This Saturday and Sunday, October 19 - 20 from 8 am - 4 pm. Cash only. No early sales. 1324 Valkenburg Dr, Colorado Springs, CO.
Again, let’s all help Leesa’s son David. There will also be a donation jar if you simply want to contribute to Leesa’s Memorial Fund. As many of you know, Leesa’s beloved husband and David’s father, Terry, died just 2 short years ago. While the medical record shows Leesa had a heart attack, we all know that her heart was broken and it never healed.
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