Tuesday, March 18, 2014

HOME DECOR...Studio J style! April Mystery Hostess...it could be YOU!

Greetings!

If you follow my blog, you know that all month long Close To My Heart is hosting a Studio J special...all 2-page layouts are just $5.00.  This special began on March 1st  and runs until midnight (Mountain Standard Time) March 31st.  You can order your Studio L layouts-including ones using our new Photo Express Collection-for only $5 each!  Quickly create gorgeous, personalized studio  layouts  using our wide selection of papers, collections, patterns, and embellishments.  And don't forget to check out the templates in our new Photo Express Collection, which allow you to design layouts entirely comprised of photos in minutes.

I actually used the "No Limits" concept to get 12 x 12 prints.  I took quite a few photos of food when Stan and I were in Italy several years ago.  I decided to use several to frame and hang in our kitchen!  It is quite costly to print photos 12 x12 .  But with the March CTMH special I was able to purchase TWO 12 x 12 prints for just $5.00 (I think the regular price of $6.95 for two is quite reasonable, too!)!  I placed the prints in black frames and hung them in the kitchen.  I am THRILLED with how they look!



I have set up an online gathering on my website.  If you plan on placing  Studio J orders or any order-you can hop on over to my website (amy.ctmh.com) and join the "STUDIO J AMY" gathering (located in the lower right corner of the home page).  All those who add orders to this online gathering will have their name placed in the drawing for the MYSTRY HOSTESS.  If there are a minimum of $150 in online orders, there will be hostess rewards for one special someone to earn!
I do hope you all will take advantage of the Studio J special this month-if it's for layouts or photo processing.  Once you give Studio J a try I KNOW you are going to fall in love with it!
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need some one-on-one help.  I am here to help!



1 comment:

Sheila Bennett said...

What a *fabulous* idea! Never would have though to use Studio J to print a 12x12 photo.