Monday, September 13, 2010

Ring the bells....for our upcoming sale and show!

Susan is selling bells. I'm still not sure why she has so many, but I tell you, I will PAY YOU to come take them! LOLOL!!! Every time anyone walks by and taps the table, or accidently hits the table.....a thousand bells ring! And there were 3 of us out working in the garage all day long....and we must have rung those bells a hundred times!!!

So please, come buy bells! Susan also has all kinds of Christmas, Halloween and Easter stuff for you to buy. She and I both have been teaching classes and as teachers, you always buy more than you will ever need. I think one of the hardest things it to try and prepare for classes. Now it's your chance to cash in on tons of our surplus stuff!

We put up a new pegboard today and loaded it up with all new product. You will be amazed! Most is half or more than half off retail. Shrink plastic, vellum, cardstock paper, scratch board, vellum, crepe paper (we have samples of flowers) and honeycomb paper. Remember honeycomb cards --- you open them up it sort of looks like a beehive? We have honeycomb paper in every color and the cool thing - you can diecut it!!!

Copper foil, glue foil, metal flakes, grungeboard in the 12x12 sheets....there's just so much stuff!!!

Some clothes. Chicos, Ralph Lauren, Fresh Produce, Carole Little.....and cruise wear. I taught on a cruise. I'll probably never teach on a cruise again - I have a little problem called motion sickness! LOL!!! But even if you're not going on a cruise....the fabric is great for altering something else....all that bling!!!

That's me in my Lucy Mcgoo apron and hat......just so you know who you're looking for! The shelves are loaded with hand made art. Oh! what fun!!!

Loads of Spellbinder dies. Some - we've even cut and inked/assembled so you can see what they will do. Sizzlets in the foreground. Brass stencils in the back. Cuttlebug embossing folders and Sizzix bigz dies. I think we have something for everyone!!

And then the stamps! Mine are mostly unmounted and already mounted on ezmount. I use thin mount, but some have the original gray mount on them.

Soldering irons, ceramic molds for slumping glass, tons and tons of enamels for metal clay or glass, firing bricks, kiln shelves, soldering boards, tiny files for working metal clay - wonderful things for the PMC or ACS artist. Brand new!

More stamps!

Susan is selling all of her adirondack ink pads for $2 each! What a deal!!!

We'll be working out there again tomorrow so I'll try to post even more tomorrow evening. I wish I could take individual photos and sell stuff across the world.....but this is a garge sale. The prices are dirt cheap and we can't afford to take the time to do that. Southwest Airlines has pretty cheap last minute flights! LOLOL!!!!! Caravan? Car Pool? Road Trip? You know I'd do it in a heart beat!

See you all Saturday. And we decided today - no early birds. So no reason to come early. We'll open at 8 am. Why? Because we have 3 gals who are setting up Saturday morning and we are giving out free pendants to the first 50 shoppers, so 8 am is when we'll start!

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