Above, you see Bonnie and her assistant Patty (seated) at the computer, ready to fill your order!
Bonnie and Patty will be traveling to Anaheim next January to set up at the consumer show at CHA. If you are lucky enough to be able to go to that show, be sure and stop by her booth and take a ride on the Genesis....it cuts like butter, with precision that you won't find with many other trimmers. It really helps to use one to see what a great tool it is. I have no affiliation with the company, but I will say that a 16 inch trimmer with a light was one of my first purchases when I got serious about paper crafting and I have never regretted it. I liked it so much that I also got a twelve inch one that is more portable. With the previous owner, there was a backlog in delivery of the trimmers, but that backlog is about cleared out and Bonnie is just about ready to begin taking new orders....I hear Christmas bells in the background....then Mother's Day will be around the corner. Hmmmmmm
Just as Bonnie's home studio was filled with great furniture and displays, so is her office. It is primarily an internet business, but if you find yourself in the area (NE Atlanta) and want to stop by, give her a call and see if you can make an appointment to stop by.
Above is a great piece she recently bought. It already had the letters added to the drawers and she has a mirror that looks like it was meant to go with the cabinet. I know I love to see people's stamping rooms, so I thought you might enjoy seeing some of the items in her work area. I was going to do this all in one blog post, but I think I will do a few a day. It is just like Halloween candy, better to have a serving a day, rather than eat it all at once!
Above, you see the great coil binders and rubberstamps Bonnie carries. She has tables, giving a great place for classes.