Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy New (Financial) Year!

Wow.  This year is really flying.  Or is it because I am getting older, it just seems like the years are going by faster?  Whatever the case, this month has really snuck up on me and I am running a tad late with my newsletter.  The July newsletter will be in your inboxes over the weekend.  If you are not signed up for it, it is very simple to do.  Enter your email address in the sign up box right here on this blog or send me an email and I'll manually enter you.  Easy!

With the start of the financial year, many business owners have had to get our ducks in a row from a financial or stock perspective.  But you too can take advantage of a new year starting and take stock of what you have.

Often we get caught up in checking out the brand new goodies that are coming through, such as stamps and ribbons.  However, this is a great time to take stock of what consumables you have on hand and what you may need for the coming months.

I recently had a conversation with a customer about the fact that she sat down to make some cards and realised that she had nearly no adhesive left!  There are just some things that you cannot do without.  So here is a quick checklist of things you might want to make sure you have enough of.  If not, place an order and I will get it delivered to you.  For those local to Colac, I am placing an order myself in the next few days, so you can jump in on this and save postage - especially if you are wanting to just buy one or two small things.

CHECKLIST
Adhesive

  • SNAIL
  • Sticky Strip
  • 2 way glue
  • Dimensionals
  • Dotto
  • Mini Glue Dots

Cardstock etc:

  • Whisper White cardstock
  • Very Vanilla cardstock
  • Any other cardstock that is running low (< 3 sheets in your stash)
  • Watercolour paper
  • Specialty paper (such as window sheets or vellum)
  • Envelopes

Other:

  • Stampin' Mist (stamp cleaner fluid)
  • Stampin Sponges
  • Daubers
  • Brads
  • Buttons
  • Other small embellishments
  • Smooch Spritz
  • Shimmer Paint


No comments:

Post a Comment