Top Notions since Market

January 1, 2012 was the launch of new art work for all of the Creative Grids squares and rectangles.  Many shop owners commented that their customers were in the process of replacing their old rulers with the new ones.  They love the grip around the entire outside edge of the rulers, the larger numbers, and the horizontal and vertical centering lines.

That explains why there are EIGHT Creative Grids rulers in the top 20.  These are the most popular sizes – and would be great Christmas gifts.  Tell your customers that men understand tools – and these tools are the best!

To make your job even easier, we have added a ruler listing to the Creative Grids USA website:  //

Have them on hand so your customers can mark the ones they want – and keep track of the ones they already have!  Make sure they let you know what is on their wishlist so you can have it in stock when their favorite gift giver arrives!

Item #CGR24  Retail $23.95

Item #CGRT60  Retail $17.95 (In Stock Soon)

Item #CGR12  Retail $23.95

Item #CGR6  Retail $12.95

Item #CGR824  Retail $28.95

Item #CGRT12560  Retail $25.95

Item #CGR4  Retail $8.95

Item #CGR612  Retail $17.45

Did you know these were the top selling rulers?  Next week we will talk about the top specialty rulers and how you can bundle them with the top books and patterns…

Sometimes a pattern shoots a ruler into the top 20.  In this case, a great partnership was born!  Margaret Travis of Easy Peasy uses the 10 degree ruler by Phillips Fiber Art to create her Suns Up Place Mats.  You will love it!

Item #EPQ126  Retail $9.00

These place mats can be made in a matter of minutes with the Bosal fusible place mats….

Item #PM-1B  Retail $9.00

But you can’t make them unless you have the right tool…

Item #10WR  Retail $19.98

Why not bundle the pattern, ruler, and place mats as a Christmas package???  They will be making them for everyone for Christmas next year – and what a great way for them to use up their scraps?  (Fat Quarters make great backings!)

2 thoughts on “Top Notions since Market

  1. The “matter of minutes” is AFTER the placemat is made. The piecing takes longer. I’m making them for the store now and love them!

  2. It would be nice if you could click on each ruler and see a description of it and what it does or what it’s called.

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