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« on: October 15, 2009 06:48:18 PM »

Hi all!

Wow, I wish i had known about this site sooner! I have been in the US since the end of June, and brought some of my handmade cards and jewelry with me. Then having been told how nice they were, I started up my hobbies again... but I didn't bring any of my beads or card making things with me, did I?!

I am in desperate need of a card making shop, as I can only find things to do with scrapbooking. I am in Monument, but have found all the big chain stores, and Archivers. The other day my husband took me to Simple Pleasures - which is the best craft store I have been in yet for papers etc, but still not specifically card making things.

Can anybody help me please?! I actually have a lady who wants to sell my cards in her new Salon at the beginning of November (can hardly believe it) so I NEED crafty bits! yes, need, not want....lol :-)

I need to warn people that I don't actually drive, so if you tell me where something is I may not know what you are talking about! Plus, not been in the country very long and have a VERY bad sense of direction!

Thank you anybody for any help you are able to give me!

Samantha x
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