Posted by Jen Cramer
As we were working on the upcoming CHA show booth the other day I started wondering about classes that scrapbook stores may want to offer for the holidays -- classes that could use AccuCut dies.
I was reminded of this NOEL project that Traci made using Cosmo Cricket paper. The letters are 7" high and would look great in my family room during the holidays.
I am interested in your opinions both as scrapbook store owners/managers and as the customers of these stores. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or post your comments here.
Scrapbook store owners/managers:
- It may not be realistic to justify buying an entire 7" alphabet, but would you be interested if we sold a group of 7" letters to spell NOEL? What about other short words like SNOW? What else would you like to see?
- Would you rather buy a kit of chipboard letters and a specific line of paper? How many would you buy for a class?
Shoppers at scrapbook stores:
- Would you like to make a home decor project using oversized words at your local scrapbook store?
- What words would you like to see -- seasonal and nonseasonal (MOM)?
Thanks in advance for your opinions. If there is enough interest, you may see something offered in the near future!
PS: For the stores that are going to CHA next month, be sure to stop by and ask about our Class Idea Bank that will provide more than 20 free class ideas for October through November using one group of dies!