Friday, September 2, 2011

Shop Thursday 9/2; Closed Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 3, 4, 5

Remember that YOUR MAINE STAMPER is closed for the Labor Day weekend on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.  Today, Thursday, would be a great day to stop in and pick up some new products!  There are TONS of new 12X12s in from Bo Bunny--the latest fall and Christmas releases are here!  The new stamps are flying off the tables and shelves--great images and words for fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas from Memory Box, Stamps by Judith, DRS, and more.  If you haven't seen the Memory Box dies, we still have some in stock and are taking special orders from the Holiday 2011 catalog for dies and stamps.

FYI:  New hours starting in September

YOUR MAINE STAMPER will be closed on Mondays starting Labor Day in September.  We will continue to be open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  We will continue to offer classes on weekdays and Saturdays as well as special events from time to time during business hours.  

Periodically Anne will offer Monday afternoon classes 1-3 PM and the shop will be open to class participants only.  

Check this blog frequently ( for shop news, information on upcoming classes and events, and the occasional tutorial.  E-mails (from Rod Tenney Re: Your Maine Stamper) will also help you stay up-to-date, and Lydia will also send out post cards for special events to people not on the e-mail list.

We apologize for any inconvenience that Monday closings may present for you and hope that you will continue to visit YOUR MAINE STAMPER for all of your paper crafting needs.


After working on Mondays for fourteen years, Connie has retired from Your Maine Stamper.  We really appreciate everything she has done during her time at YMS.  Connie has been the driving force behind the annual It's Raining Cats and Dogs Event, a fundraiser and donations collection for the Kennebec Valley Humane Society.  She has been an integral member of the YMS team in planning and manning monthly events, organizing products and displays, unpacking and pricing and finding places for new merchandise, even changing the lettering on the parking lot sign.  She has maintained meticulous records on numerous spreadsheets that have helped us to document the history of the store and track store trends.  During her tenure at YMS, Connie has also taken numerous classes in order to broaden and deepen her own stamping and paper crafting talents and thereby help customers to meet their needs. I am certain that we will continue to see Connie in classes and at events.  When you see Connie, be sure to wish her well and thank her for her work at Your Maine Stamper.  You could even send her a card to the store address and I'll make sure she gets it!  THANK YOU, CONNIE!!!

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