Newsletter #182 - February 28, 2013

Hi! Everyone,

I apologize for the very long gap between Photo Craft email newsletters. It has been both a long and a quick 8 month's since we closed the retail store in Kaimuki at the end of June 2012. I've been busy trying to re-build and establish new lines for the business, as we continue to move into internet and mail order sales. It has been a learning and growing process to get the website in shape, and to create the social networking that is necessary for cyberspace. But we are now able to share our crafting ideas and products to crafters around the country, and not just Kaimuki, Honolulu, or Hawaii!

As you all know, this newsletter was the main Photo Craft vehicle for keeping in touch with our customers, to promote and educate about the latest crafting products and techniques. However, this format is entirely lacking in the visuals of photos, images, and videos of the actual craft projects. So I have been working on a Facebook account for Photo Craft, just recently re-vamped the blog at, and re-started doing more YouTube videos.

The blogspot is at: Photo Craft's Blog

The Facebook account is at: Photo Craft's Facebook

The YouTubes are at: BriansPhotoCraft

I think that I finally learned how to make these highlighted text areas as functional hot buttons, so you can just click on them to go directly to the links.

The webstore at: Photo Craft's website now has almost 500 crafting items. We are featuring the locally designed stamps from Sister Stamps and Dandelion Designs. We also are carrying a large selection of wafer crafting dies by Spellbinders, Cottage Cutz, Memory Box, Poppy Stamps, and Dee's Distinctively. Plus, of course, we are expanding our new line of WikiC.A.P.S. dies and clear stamps, and the All Natural Accents paper flowers and paper leaves.

If you haven't visited we lately (on the Internet), please check out some of these links. Over the next few months, I will be phasing out this newsletter as hopefully more crafters will convert over to these other internet vehicles. I think everyone will be pleased that it is much more visual now.

Happy Crafting!

Brian - Photo Craft / All Natural Accents / WikiC.A.P.S.