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Monday, February 23, 2009

News Flash!

You know its the 'Year of the Gypsy'.  
You faithfully read the blog.  You love all things gypsy.

So don't miss out on our very first newsletter!  

We are creating the Gypsy Chronicles especially for you.  It will be filled with project ideas and instructions, gypsy product tips and other inspiration to feed your gypsy spirit.  But first we'd like to hear directly from our gypsies- what you'd like to see in the Chronicles!  
Please post any questions, ideas or suggestions for what YOU want us to share in the newsletter.

And don't forget to join our newsletter mailing list... see right side of the blog.  And watch your inbox for our first edition in March!


22 comments:

heidig said...

I love seeing your new products. I also like seeing how your products are used (some require explanation - for me at least!) and I also enjoy seeing what the Gypsy artists make. I just love everything Gypsy! Can't wait to get a hold of the new binderie punch.

Jamie said...

I'd like to see site updates,blog & store. Definitely would like to see new product. New places where 7 Gypsies could be found. I would really love to see contests!

the gypsies said...

awesome feedback so far! keep it coming gypsies!

Michelle*G said...

I would love, love, love to see projects! I drool every time I see pictures of your booth at CHA and would love to see some of your designers' work up close!

Toni said...

Projects is the one thing I would love to see... how-to's for those of us who can't get to classes.

Carol Weimer said...

I agree with the other comments. I would love to see some tips on acheiving that vintage look to projects. The use of inks, vintage shopping tips, tea dying, etc. Loving all the projects in the gallery and would love to see them up close.

{VICKI} said...

Ideas for new products.

anything--if it 7 gypsies then I LOVE it!

coRinne not connie said...

I, too, would enjoy seeing the projects up close. you've got some amazing designers and i'd love to get some insights on how they design the products and projects! tips and techniques are always welcome, along with glimpses of new products. Thanks!

Robin said...

I would love to see MORE projects and tutorials from your talented Gypsy designers. I can't wait to receive the first newletter:)

Jamie said...

Forgot to add...how about a question/answer section?

BishopsMommie said...

I would love to see examples of your product...I love to pull the inspiration from them..really liking the videos too.

BishopsMommie said...

you know I just thought of this but like a class kit that you put together and we could buy somewhere, and maybe a tutorial on your blog---oh that would be soooooooo cool..yea yea..

Jamie said...

How often will you be putting out the newsletter? I also think maybe spotlighting a readers work would be fun.

BishopsMommie said...

Need to put that follower device on your blog so we will know when a new post comes up so I dont miss it---that would be cool.

BishopsMommie said...

need to make some t-shirts I would love to have a tshirt saying I was a gypsy..how cool would that be?

karin said...

Love your products. They always make me think, and be creative. I need some help tho with creativity. I usually scrap late at night after my kiddos are in bed. Love the contest idea, would love to have a project on line once a month.

BishopsMommie said...

me too Karin..9 is the magic hour too.

Jamie said...

photos of projects (or videos)

Jamie said...

I read your whole blog & I love all the examples for using 7 gypsy products. More of that would definitely be good in a newsletter. Maybe feature a product and show different examples of using it. Great site BTW.

Bree said...

I cant wait to see it.

I would love lots of ideas, info etc for ATC's.
Maybe some ATC inspiration....

I would love to see your followers work too....
love you Gypsies, but would love even more

{VICKI} said...

love the 7 gypsies blog!!!!!!!!!!

Altered Annie said...

I would love to see templates, diagrams with measurements and suggested materials needed to complete a given project. Such as, the adhesive that would work best with the ephemera used in the project. Sure, some people will have worked with a material before, but many may not have used metal in a project before, or something like that, that can be tricky to work with. Perhaps adding information on color, like the color wheel and what it can do for a project. This can especially be helpful for the 'new' gypsy in the caravan!