Studio Backers Alert


Heads up! I have sent surveys, messages, and/or emails to all studio backers. If you have not heard from me, please check your spam folder. If you find nothing there, please email me at [email protected] with your Kickstarter username and email address and your funding level so I can get you fixed up! (If you log in to Kickstarter, you should also be able to access surveys and messages directly on the site.)

Note: I also received several studio donations by mail. If you are one of these contributors and you haven’t heard from me, please email me!

Please forgive me if you haven’t heard from me. When technology (and human error) are both involved, things can always go wrong! I do not want to miss ANYONE. There are over 400 backers and only one of me, so please help me. Do not hesitate to email me if you haven’t heard from me.

In other news, it looks like I just moved in again!

All the supplies and equipment, plus a few personal boxes, that were stored in the studio are now temporarily stored in the house. It will be a happy day when I can move these boxes back where they belong! (And this is a good time to go through the personal boxes among them and figure out what I need to keep and what needs to go. I feel more sorting and decluttering coming on!)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 21, 2012  

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  1. 3-21

    No dought there is three times this much left at STRING RISING FARM. Maybe you can get some help this summer when the kids are all home. Then again~ I’m thinking that your plate will be too full this summer also..Maybe you should go ahead and start on it now. Good Luck

  2. 3-21

    Ha! That pile doesn’t look too bad!

  3. 3-21

    Has anyone kept a running total of the number of goof-up that have been plumbing related.
    That is something that I preach about daily. Look for bargains but not in the plumbing area.

  4. 3-21

    Don’t forget to have them change whatever address they’ve been sending the studio electric bill to.

    If the water heater is drained (I replace mine at the ten year mark after two of them failed a bit after that), I would guess it could be cut into pieces and removed and you could make that area into storage.

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