Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Oh, Goody-Goody!

If you've ever attended one of our events... you've probably gotten a little excited when we handed you the goody bag. You can barely wait to check into your room and... forget unpacking... you dump it out on the table to see what kinds of art and craft stuff you got!

Well, we thought we'd introduce you to some of our new sponsors for the Portland 2013 goody bags! I'm sure you'll recognize many of the names and will want to know more about the others. So, thanks to the following companies for supporting Art & Soul and our wonderful mixed media events!!

Red lead is a veritable online smorgasbord of stencils, stamps, paper, ephemera, trinkets, and art workshops. Check out their delectable assortment of goodies!

I Love To Create has brands (like Tulip, Aleen's and Duncan) as well as signature artists (like the Crafty Chica) that you may recognize. With craft paints, glues, accessories and much more across so many artistic categories... you're bound to "love to create" with them!

Clearsnap has a distinctive line of inkpads and accessories — in all kinds of colors, styles, ink types and more.

The name Lion Brand Yarns just exudes quality and choice. Excited to have them on board!

Ever heard of Fancy Pants? Well, I got 3 words for you then.... cutest... papers... ever!!! Oh, and coordinating stickers too!!

Imagine Crafts (you may recognize them as Tsukineko) has a quality selection of scrapbooking, rubber stamping, crafting and quilting supplies and tools.

Scrapbooking papers, albums, die cut stickers, dimensional embellishments and fun kits are just some of the products you may recognize from Die Cuts With A View.

Now, you may be saying... these companies are really awesome.... but what are they donating for the goody bag? Well, we wouldn't want to spoil it for you. So we'll just let you see when you get to the registration desk at Portland Art & Soul. Oh, and try not to rip the bag out of our hands, okay.

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