Saturday, 14 June 2014

Caturday: Eddie ... plus some stamping news!



It’s Caturday and more exciting news at Woodland Nook Cat Shelter, where four new kittens have been welcomed into the family.

These were brought in by a lady who found a stray pregnant cat and took it in. Naturally, she couldn’t keep all four kittens so they are now looking for new homes. 

This is Eddie, the one with the most “chocolate box” factor. He and his sister, Sarah, have already been reserved. Two gorgeous ginger boys are a little more shy; they are called Monty and Bob! 

In other news…

I still have ONE place left on my Christmas in June workshop (could stretch to two if you’re quick!).  Please click HERE

Registration is still open for my Catalogue Launch Party but is closing at the end of the month so that I can order the goodies as soon as the catty goes live. For details and registration, click HERE


I have a few places left on my Virtual Hostess Club, which I hope to start in August. This is a great way to spread out your spending, while guaranteeing yourself a minimum of £25 of hostess freebies at some point during the 10 months. Email me for more details!

Finally, one week today I will be walking 10 miles for Breast Cancer Care on the Pink Ribbonwalk at Chatsworth in Derbyshire with three of my Stampin’ Up!® team members. This worries me deeply because of my plantar fasciitis but my physiotherapist assures me the pain won’t last forever. I’m not allowed to ask for charitable donations using my customer mailing lists but I can’t see the harm in pointing out that there is a link on the left to my Just Giving page. I’d like to raise another £75 if possible to smash my £200 target. Can you help please?

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