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Taking a Week!


So, as I mentioned, I am taking next week off! I will leave my shop open (thanks for the comments encouraging me ladies!) and will ship starting June 21st. I have added a bunch of last minute items - if you still buy into tonight, I will find a mailbox to stick them in tomorrow morning! I will have computer but probably won't be able to check too often, so bear with me if you send questions or comments. I appreciate each and every one and will get back to you as soon as possible! I'll post a photo as soon as I can!

Comments

SummersStudio said…
Have a wonderful trip. Take lots of pics and share them when you are back!
Marie Cramp said…
Have a great week off! and I love the beads in this post! super cute :)
stregata said…
Have a wonderful time, do some relaxing, replenish your spirit!
Courtney Breul said…
Have a great week off! Enjoy!
ClickNCamera said…
Sue, thanks for the fast turnaround time of my purchase! I'm thrilled with my new treasures! Anyway, enjoy your vacation, you deserve it! Happy Creating, Millie
steufel said…
Wow, these beads are awesome! The colors, the etching - Stefanie in awe

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