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Tuesday, 15 May 2007

It's Official!

We've been talking about A-MUSE-A-PALOOZA for a week or two now & it's official! We are now listed as the sole store in the entire UK that will be holding this week-long stampfest! All our events (and there are quite a few!) are listed here and don't forget there are loads of goodies to be had in the run up to the big week. You will need to register to be in with a chance of winning (please put my name, Beverley Todd, in the referral box!) but don't think you can't register just because you don't have A Muse products. There has been one winner so far who got her prize for registering & I don't know how many more spot prizes there might be.
If you'd like to have a go at the challenges though, why not ask around - you need just one stamp - that's all! And if you are within travelling distance of our store, look out for information about when we will be re-opening. When we do, there will be a free A Muse playroom - access to all my stamps & Auntie Jane has pledged to donate hers too! But it's only there for registered stampers LOL

We haven't been big on stamping in the past as I'm much more of a collage artist but all we needed was the right level of support and guidance to set us on our way. A Muse have given us that and we are very grateful to have been included in this event at short notice. Once you have registered, don't forget to put yourself on the map so we can show our friends across the pond just how many of us there are over here - it's looking a bit sparse at the moment!!

Please excuse all spelling and grammatical errors in this post - I'm at home with flu but I think my head is somewhere else!!

1 comment:

Auntie Jane said...

So sorry that you are feeling "ik. Love the plans for July, if I were in the UK I would definitely need to camp at the store so as not to miss anything.