Tuesday, November 2, 2010

November is Here!!! Time to Say "Thank You"!

November began Monday.  It is the month when we celebrate Thanksgiving.  I can't think of a better time of the year for saying thank you and expressing gratitude to those who have been kind to us.  

At Your Maine Stamper, we have lots and lots of products--papers, stamps, ribbons, jewels and other embellishments--that would be perfect for your thank you cards!  We have a large selection of word stamps so you can always find the sentiment that you are looking for.  There are many Maine-themed stamps, including all of Courtney Ricker's designs that are exclusive to our shop such as the Maine boot, the Dresden Plate, and over 350 other images.  Check out the front table this week for Courtney's newest Holiday 2010 designs as well as Christmas papers, holiday home decor projects, and more!  The second table features fall, Thanksgiving, Maine and House Mouse stamps and samples.  New products are arriving daily!!!  Lots of stamps were added Monday 11-1 to all of the fall/Thanksgiving and Christmas displays!!!


Saturday, November 6
Ornament Toppers using Outlines stamps, embossing, gemstones and embellishments; gorgeous samples are on display at YMS!  Ornament provided.
Instructor:  Charlene Frost

Monday, November 8
1-3 PM
Christmas Cuttlebug Fun using a "new-to-me" Cuttlebug inking technique and Memory Box stamps, creating 4-6 holiday cards
Instructor:  Kellie Ketchen

Saturday, November 13
10 AM-Noon
Christmas Tags and Cards in blue and white 
Instructor:  Penny Bennington

Monday, November 15
1-3 PM
Fall Card Bonanza for Thanksgiving
Instructor:  Eileen Barth

Saturday, November 20 Holiday Open House
10 AM-4:30 PM

Monday, November 29
1-3 PM
Bookmark Bonanza:  Make as many bookmarks as you can using wicked cool stamps, inks, papers, and ribbons.  Bookmarks are Kellie's all-time favorite card surprise to give and receive.  PLUS...there's more...Create a mini-fold calendar book to give or to keep for yourself!
Instructor:  Kellie Ketchen

1 comment:

  1. Nothing is better than a visit to YMS - always new items, new ideas, and of course friendly people. We are so lucky to have a place to re-charge our batteries & our creativity! - Chris


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