Jun 13, 2011

I'mmm back!! And a Great Article about Spellbinders GRAND Nestabilities!

Well, I'm FINALLY back & recovered from that horrific bought of pneumonia & its complications!! I've missed all of you & am ramping up to have a really great social networking summer via this blog/website & my business Facebook page. BTW—please, please  "LIKE" my business Facebook page because I am reeeeaaallllly trying to migrate my entire Crafting Group that was originally set up on my personal Facebook page on over to where it really should be, which is on the business side!! I set it up incorrectly at the beginning—my bad! Oh well, live & learn, LOL!!! And of course, I would also LOVE lots of new crafty members as well! So be sure to SUBSCRIBE to this blog using the email subscription (found down a ways on the right sidebar) and then please LIKE me here: http://www.facebook.com/glendascreativeplace  !!!  THANKS!!

There's going to be lots of fabulous things happening at Glenda's Creative Place this summer, from Featured Customers as Guest Designers (let me know if you are interested in being featured!!), other fabulous Guest Designers, as well as really, really great give-aways coming up—and there will be a seriously big, big give-away and believe me, it's one I know none of you want to miss (seriously!!!), so stay tuned in & linked up to me in every way possible (subscribe to this blog, business Facebook page...)!!!

So, onto crafting!! I'm still getting lots of questions about how best to utilize the Spellbinders GRAND Nestabilities and I thought today would be a great day to share this page from the Spellbinder's blog with you, because it helps explain a LOT about the GRAND Nesties!!! Please give it a read and let me know if you have any other questions!! And remember, I sell ALL the Spellbinder's products, among many other manufacturers. All you have to do to place an order with me is to email me at glendascreativeplace@yahoo.com with the list of what you want, then I’ll invoice you and get your shipment sent out to you – easy peasy!!!

Here’s the link to the Spellbinder’s article from their blog (but be sure to do all your Subscriptions with me here and on Facebook before you leave me here—thanks!!): http://spellbinderspaperarts.com/blog/how-do-grand-nestabilities-work/   HTH!

Have a wonderful crafting day!!  I have REALLY missed all of you!!!!!

1 comment:

  1. Glad you are back and feeling better! I've been watching and was worried that something may have happened to you. Stay well!!

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