Friday, May 4, 2018

NSD SALE and NEW Tiny Tag Houses and NEW Thread Holders!

Good Morning Everyone!  Happy National Scrapbook Day Weekend!  Please take a moment and peruse to the bottom of the page...I have quite a few new kits to offer...Thanks!

Sale!!!

To help in the celebration of this amazing weekend, I am making all the tutorials in my shop 30% off using a coupon code.  If you've been wanting a new tutorial to do for the weekend, now is the time.  When ordering simply enter the coupon code of TGS6WH...PLEASE NOTE...You will only get the discount if you enter the coupon code when you check out.  If you do not enter the code you will be charged full price.  The sale will last through Sunday night.  Here's a link to the shop:


REMEMBER PLEASE USE CODE: TGS6WH

New Projects!!!

I have been having a blast making tiny things lately.  Mainly wee little houses.  I sent a few around to my friends who have been having fun making them and they suggested I do them for my shop and add to them making a little village...I call them Tiny Tag Houses.  They are so easy to put together.  All you need to do is pop them out of the tag, assemble with your own white glue and paint.  Add them to a shrine, put them at the base of a potted plant, give them as a gift, or create a tiny village in your kitchen window.























If you would like to give the Tiny Tag Houses a try please check them out here:


or here:



New Thread Holder Kits!!!

Well, you made it down to the bottom of the page!  Yahooo!  I was inspired by an antique thread holder I had seen on Antique Road Show UK.  I loved it as it keeps all your thread spool together and has a handy dandy drawer at the bottom for sewing notions!  I thought I would like to give that a try and this is what I came up with...Fun and so easy to make...Just add your own paint or cover it with patterned paper to make it yours.  There are two styles to choose from...


You can find this one by clicking the link below:


and the other is here...


Thank You for coming by!  Happy National Scrapbook Day Weekend!

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter





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