"A Scrapbooking & Stamping Store"

Fountain of Memories was a scrapbook and stamp supply store. We closed our doors on May 28th 2011. We will continue to do paper and vinyl cutting, helping with invitations and other paper creations. You can contact us at fomemories@gmail.com.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Spring is in the Air!!!

Did you get to spend time outside today? I wish I had it sounded like it was beautiful outside.

We are changing our hours on April 1st. We will now be open Monday through Friday from 10AM to 5:30PM, on Saturday we will still be open from 10AM to 3PM. On the nights we have a crop or Stamp night we will be open until 9PM if that is more convenient for you.

We have postponed the Cricut class that was scheduled on April 10th because the instructor had a conflict. We are having a Tattered Angel Class on Saturday, April 24th. In the class you will make a small album using Glimmer Mist, Masks, using the masks as a stamp and other ideas for you to try.

May 1st is National Scrapbook Day we are planning a 10AM to 10PM Crop which includes lunch and supper. There is a limit of 10 people for the day and the cost is $20. Sign up at the store.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Thank You!

Thanks to everyone who came last weekend and helped with cleaning out the Clearance area. It was fun to see old friends and meet new people. I have been enjoying the few warm days we had and waiting to see more of them. I didn't enjoy seeing the frost on the ground as I left for work this morning.

We have 2 new fishing papers and 2 lake/water papers in. One of the water paper's has a dock on one side and just water on the backside, while the other one is a lake shore scene with clouds on the back so they both can be used for different layouts. We have new stickers in for camping and outdoor activities. My favorite is the Smore's from Reminisce.

From Stamping Station we got in a "Godparent", God Son" and God Daughter" if you want to do a baptism or dedication page.

If you like glitter paper we are getting some of the Best Creations line. I have used it to cut out shapes and words on our die cut machine and it is fun to see how well it cuts. You have to make adjustments but it is worth it. We have green, yellow, pink, red, purple, blue, gold and silver in stock.

If you would like to learn how to get more out of your Cricut, we are having a Beginning class on Saturday, April 10, from 10 to 12 noon and an Advance class from 1 to 3 in the afternoon. The cost of each class is $18. Bring your Cricut, a note book to take notes and paper to practice on. Also write down your questions so you don't forget them. Call 373-1996 if you would like to register.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Spring is on the way.

Are you ready for spring? It is beautiful outside today, my car thermometer said it was in the upper 40’s, I am never to sure how accurate it is but the warmth feels wonderful. I even got to see some grass where the snow had melted away. It’s brown but it is grass, and not white.

Next weekend Skyline Plaza is hosting the Home and Recreation Show on Friday, March 12th through Sunday, March 14th. We are extending our hours, on Friday night is our scheduled crop night so we will be open until the plaza closes, on Saturday we will be open from 10AM to 4PM and on Sunday from 1PM to 4PM. We will have our cooking, camping, home improvement paper and embellishments all on Sale. In our clearance department everything will be 75% off. Sign up to win one of 3 packages of 6 handmade cards to be given away.

Fighting for a Cure One Page at a Time

If you would like to attend an all day crop for a great cause, there is one on Saturday, March 20th in Freeborn, MN at the Freeborn Congregational Church. “Fighting for a Cure, One Page at a Time.” The crop starts at 8:00 AM and goes until midnight. The cost is $30 with the proceeds going to the Freeborn Area Cancer Auction. The $30 includes 16 hours of Scrapbooking time, Silent Auction, Meals, Water and Coffee, and a Garage Sale. If you are interested in attending contact Missy Ladlie at 507-219-7280 email mis986@msn.com or Mary Attig at 507-391-7110 email mcattig@yahoo.com. There are