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#26 Spot - On, Our Newest

I am running around like crazy trying to get ready for market in Kansas City this week so this will be a short post.


I don't usually talk about our products but when we have something new that I am excited about I want to share it. We will be showing these at Market this coming week.


Spot - On Rack

We are pleased to show you our newest product. The Spot - On Rack. So often when I am at a show as I explain how our racks work I am told "but I have no room". Well, we may have answered your problem. This little rack measures 6" long and 3" wide. It holds one hook that can hold as many as 7 rulers. It comes with a the hook and a hardened steel nail that can be used in wood, drywall or plaster. Yup, plaster. (At one time I lived in a house that was 125 years old. I learned quickly if I wanted to hang a picture, etc. I had better find a solution and these nails are it.)








You might be amazed at all the places you can hang this little rack. Take a look around your sewing room and your house. You might be surprised at what you can get away with.


The only thing you need to hang the rack is a hammer. It hangs in seconds. It can't get any easier than that.


I have even spray painted them to match my walls.


Click here to see a video of how easily they are hung.









I put two of the Spot - On Racks on my pressing center. You might be inspired. Take a minute to look. I will post other uses in the coming weeks.






We are offering a special May 14th through May 23rd.

Buy two of the Spot - On Racks and get the third one free.

Use the coupon code BOGO when ordering.

*Please note we usually send out orders the same or next day. We will be at Market this week so orders will be shipped May 20th.


I give you my Irish goodbye.


Rita

RECIPE OF THE WEEK

Party Time Popcorn

3 qt popped popcorn 1 T dill week

3 c. shoestring potato sticks 1 tsp Worchestershire sauce

1 c. salted mixed nuts 1/2 tsp. lemon pepper

1/4 c. melted butter 1/4 tsp. onion salt


In an uncreased pan combine popcorn, potato sticks and nuts. Combine the remaining ingredients and pour over popcorn mixture and toss to coat. Bake uncovered at 325° 8 to 10 minutes.


"Being charming takes time and effort, and I am busy."
Mason Cooley