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YAY!!! I just got an email about CHF Re-opening. Here is the email I received:
We've got a VERY special event coming up and we want you to be part of it! My name is Tanya and I am the proud new owner of Cornish Heritage Farms Rubber Stamps!
I bought the CHF images because I absolutely LOVED them when CHF was open, and I still do! We have got a lot of surprises and new things in store for you! Please join us for a Re-Grand Opening of the CHF website on November 19th starting at 12:01 am! You can check out the website right now to get a few details on what we are up to.
In the meantime - please like us on Facebook to get the quickest, latest up-to-date info as we continue to work diligently to get this site re-opened!
We look forward to meeting you and having you all share in the excitement!
Tanya Kostynuk, Title
Cornish Heritage Farms Rubber Stamps
November 19th, 12:01 am
Sneak peeks on our Launch teams websites beginning on the 16th!
Free Give Aways and an awesome Blog Hop on the 19th!
Got that email, too, and immediately came to SCS to see if anyone knew if there were going to be rubber stamps or just digis like are on the site. I'm not into digis. I like some companies' designs and like the fact that you can print out various sizes, but I much prefer a rubber stamp in my hand.
I have a large quantity of CHF stamps in my collection, but they are all designs by Kim Hughes. As I recall she bought back her designs when the company closed, and now she has Paper Smooches. So it will be interesting to see if there is anything I'd be interested in.
Who needs tattoos? I already have ink in strange places...
"While we purchased specific lines of CHF only to reproduce them in rubber, we found we had thousands of wonderful images we wanted to make available to the public right away! You will find many of your favorites available in a new format - digital images! Red rubber stamps of many of the best selling lines (The Backgrounders, ATC and The Rummage Bin) will be available online at a later date. You can currently find some of the Backgrounders in our store, and we ship!"
I love all those Saturday Evening Post covers and similar images and was so sorry I did not get them before the closing. It will be interesting to see what they come out with!
The licensed lines were not part of the sale of CHF so we won't see things like the Saturday Evening Post, General Motors, Elvis, Kinkade etc in any format (unless the new owners choose to try to negotiate the licenses again, of course).
It will be great to see things like the backgrounders available as rubber again in the future!
On their Facebook page, they stated that they ARE in talks to license the Thomas Kinkade stamps. Yay!!!!!!!! They may also pursue some of the other lines such as Elvis and SEP - keep your fingers crossed!
So who's going to check out the blog hop on Saturday?? I can't wait!