Paper Pizazz® Retailer Scoop
May 17, 2010
What's the Scoop?
Husbands. Sons. Fathers. Even those older brothers. Your customers want to scrapbook the guys—but sometimes it's just hard to find "masculine" papers and embellishments that don't feature golf or football! And what about ideas? Techniques? Inspiration? Don't worry...we've got fabulous masculine products and projects to share—just in time for Father’s Day. Keep reading to learn more.
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Marvelous masculine stamps! You'll love the versatility of these masculine stamps, use them on scrapbook pages, cards and albums. With terms like Dad, son, brother and husband plus tools, gears, stars, a tree and a truck, they are perfect for all types of masculine projects. There are 27 stamps, plus designer tips and a card idea are included on the back of the package. Retail $17.99. Shipping in July, pre-order your today!
We had such a hard time finding “masculine” patterned papers—so we decided to create our own! The result? This rich collection of perfectly coordinated papers, patterned with stripes, dots, harlequin diamonds and more in easy-to-use color combos like burgundy, gray, blue and brown. They’re perfect for guys of any age. And these muted designs are great for military, nature and heritage pages, too! Designed to work together, we love the patterned papers for creating double-page spreads, and the shimmery glimmer papers are ideal for matting, tearing and accenting. Best of all, Masculine sarapapers™ are printed on heavier-weight 80 lb. paper! Contains 36 sheets. Retail $14.99.
Watch the product demo for Masculine sarapapers™ by clicking on the product link!
Hip, Hip, Hooray… let’s hear it for Father’s Day!
Dad is priceless and your customers can let him know just how they feel about him by creating a gift from the heart. Here are some product ideas just in time to inspire Father’s Day projects or classes.
Please join us for our Summer Retailer Training Day in Canby, Oregon. RTD is a full day jam-packed with retail ideas, marketing strategies and hands-on projects on August 14, 2010. Email Tracey at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
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