Sunday, October 3, 2010

Scrap'n Tote: Interview with Marlo Letterle

Here is a portion of the article Scrap'n Tote: Interview with Marlo Letterle by Rebecca Restrepo who is the Arts & Crafts writer for The Examiner.

Crafters spend a lot of time looking for products to store and organize their supplies. Creativity tends not to flow when you can't find what you are looking for. Cricut users were having some trouble finding the right type of storage for organizing their cartridges. Marlo Letterle, owner of ContainYa Crafts, Ltd. and grandmother of 8, launched a new Cricut cartridge storage product at the CHA Craft SuperShow in Chicago called Scrap'n Tote to fill this void. Scrap'n Tote features 12 custom, see through, vinyl pages, designed specifically to hold Cricut cartridges, books & overlays; three per page.   One major difference between Scrap'n Tote and other products is the "Side-By-Side" storage feature.  The cartridges, books and overlays slide into a clear, easy to view, sleeve. But it doesn't stop there, Marlo stocks unique storage items for crafters in all genres.
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