HELP!!! Please help the newbee

HELP!!! Please help the newbee

Post by toksa.. » Sun, 14 Feb 1999 04:00:00



I have had troble finding a clay company that will work with me.  You see I
like a small company that will take time to answer my questions and guide
me along in my purchases.  Does anyone know of a consumer friendly clay
company?

Thanks in advance for any help!!!!!

 
 
 

HELP!!! Please help the newbee

Post by Kell » Mon, 15 Feb 1999 04:00:00


I have a problem.  In the other message, you offer up a company that you
found that has a great price on embossing powders, and just happens to
have the same email "reply to" as yours, both in that message and here.
And when one goes to use that address, the mail bounces back.

I'm sure there's a very logical explanation for this.

Kelly

Quote:

> I have had troble finding a clay company that will work with me.  You see I
> like a small company that will take time to answer my questions and guide
> me along in my purchases.  Does anyone know of a consumer friendly clay
> company?

> Thanks in advance for any help!!!!!

--
Kelly  

The new Polymer Clay Color Chip Chart
NOW TAKING *CREDIT CARDS*, thanks to Polymer Express
http://www.jewlart.com/polyclay/


 
 
 

HELP!!! Please help the newbee

Post by It's me! » Mon, 15 Feb 1999 04:00:00


I"m new to using newsgroups so I probably did it wrong.  You see I used
*** stamps for a while, and used embossing powders with that, and got
them from this company.  I then migrated into the polymer clay and saw that
embossing powders could be used on them too.  I just thought to be helpful
perhaps.  Apparently I sent the message incorrectly, for this I appoligize.
Thanks for letting me know what was going on.  The email for that company
should not be bouncing back to me it should be going to the other address
listed int the body of the message.  Rest assured, this is not my company
that I am speaking of.



Quote:
> I have a problem.  In the other message, you offer up a company that you
> found that has a great price on embossing powders, and just happens to
> have the same email "reply to" as yours, both in that message and here.
> And when one goes to use that address, the mail bounces back.

> I'm sure there's a very logical explanation for this.

> Kelly


> > I have had troble finding a clay company that will work with me.  You see I
> > like a small company that will take time to answer my questions and guide
> > me along in my purchases.  Does anyone know of a consumer friendly clay
> > company?

> > Thanks in advance for any help!!!!!

> --
> Kelly  

> The new Polymer Clay Color Chip Chart
> NOW TAKING *CREDIT CARDS*, thanks to Polymer Express
> http://www.FoundCollection.com/


 
 
 

HELP!!! Please help the newbee

Post by RSPIE » Mon, 15 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Kelly,
lgarrett of the  embossing powderspost  is Lisa Garrett, who used to own
Polymer Clay Express (then sold the biz to Kathy Rue).  She's selling embossing
powders now.

Randi