I return (again) from the silent corner of the Kitchen
… but with exciting news!!!
The past 5 months has kept me feeling a lot like this guy in the photo. Anyone remember this gentleman’s act from the Ed Sullivan Show (am I dating myself? LOL)??? I do and as a kid, I was mesmerised watching the plates spin as the performer would add another plate and another without any of them dropping. For anyone who isn’t familiar with this entertaining act… as each spinning plate would begin to slow down and start to wobble … the performer would run over, just before the plate fell and get the plate spinning again. He would run from plate to plate, saving each just before falling and shattering on the floor. Back then… it was a real nail bitter! OK… so I digress.
While the above describes what life has been like over past 5 months, you might be asking “why” or “WHAT” has kept me on the run in a “nail biting” state. Our happy little 1922 – California Bungalow (which seemed so BIG when we first moved in with only an 18 month old in arm), has begun to pop at the seams due to our growing family, growing boys and growing business! The GOOD NEWS …we found the perfect place for our family AND business to stay together and we are moving! Kitchen Sink Stamps, Inc. will continue to be a “cottage industry”. 😉
To celebrate our exciting news and the Memorial Day weekend … we are having a MEMORIAL-MOVING DAY SALE… all weekend long!!!
25% off everything in stock!
Starting this Friday until Monday (May 27 to 30th – midnight, PST)
Promo Code: MOVEKSS
Don’t worry about placing orders or contacting us… everything will be business as usual! 🙂
But, that is not all of my exciting news…
While waiting for all this “house stuff” to fall in place (I really don’t do well with waiting) I have been busy getting ready for our next KSS Work Shop & designing up a storm! YaHoo!
There’s still time to sign-up & multi-step stamp with me all day on Friday,
… and again with Stamping Around‘s workshop, Friday eve. & all day Sat. at Toyrifix. I can hardly wait to meet up with Julie Masse and (finally meet) Tammy Hershberger as well as the other SA instructors!
As for the WBPS …it will be hiatus for the summer as we move and get settled.