Thursday, June 5, 2008

*NEW* Close To My Heart Videos

Did you miss seeing Close To My Heart’s recent appearances on PBS? Or would you like to see them again and share them with your friends? Well, it’s now possible! CTMH is making web videos available that demonstrate fun tips, techniques, and product highlights as seen in video segments from the PBS show “Scrapbook Memories.” Every few weeks they will add more episodes from “Scrapbook Memories” or PBS’s “Paint, Paper, and Crafts,” so you and your friends can watch them at your leisure.
(Don’t forget the popcorn!)

To see these informative and entertaining web videos, simply visit any MyCTMH website or and click on “CTMH TV.”
Happy viewing!

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