Friday, October 31, 2008

Cheap Chicas - Press Release

We simply must tell all of our frugal "fashionista" friends about the launch of a new blog called Cheap Chicas. You will find tips and ideas there that will help you achieve the celebrity-look you've always wanted...without spending a fortune. How cool is that!

Lilliana Vazquez is the author of Cheap Chicas, and she currently appears as a fashion/style expert on QVC and The Shopping Channel (representing Maxx New York handbags) and is the Host and Producer for Style Check exclusively on As founder and designer of Pretoria Castle, a stylish and wearable handbag line for today’s woman, she offers a deep expertise of the fashion and accessory industry. Vazquez has covered some of the hottest red carpet events and sat down with some of today’s top celebrities. She is available for hosting, reporting and expert commentary.


Fashion expert launches new blog to provide wallet-friendly wardrobe ideas

Have you ever watched an episode of Gossip Girl or The Hills and wondered where you could buy your favorite character’s look? Are you always on the look-out for the latest trends in affordable stores like H&M or Forever 21?

Renowned budget-friendly fashion expert Lilliana Vazquez is now taking all the guesswork out of finding the best steals and deals! Her new blog features posts such as ‘Shoes Under $70’, ‘Cheap or Chic”, and provides fashion guidance and insight into the latest trends. Updated daily, the blog teaches readers how to be frugal and fabulous and how to shop like a stylist …on a tight budget. All items suggested as a "buy" by Lilliana retail for less than $75!

In a recent post, Lilliana provides an affordable re-creation of a Hollywood starlet’s look – and includes both the prices and links to help readers purchase online:

In case you didn’t catch last night’s Gossip Girl, here is my favorite Upper-East sider Serena VanDerWoodsen looking smartly casual in this season’s must have item–the fitted blazer. I really love that she paired it with a super deep V-neck to make it less stuffy. I’m not sure if would wear this to my college admissions interview at Yale, with all that cleavage showing, but I would definitely wear it on a dinner date, to a party or even just for a weekend brunch if I wanted to look really good!

Vazquez is no stranger to providing the best in affordable-fashion advice. Her insight is currently featured on QVC, The Shopping Network, and the WE Network. Her goal is to help women feel confident and chic, whether their budget is $50 or $5,000.


Wednesday, October 29, 2008


Have you heard about the super-cute, diva-owned shop called Tizzalicious? They are on Etsy and offer some awesome handmade goodies (kawaii, kitsch, rockabilly accessories and more). We love this place and have got to show you a few examples of the items they offer. Our personal favorites...

First of all, check out these fun Black and White Anchor Ear Studs. They are "attention getters", that's for sure! A real conversation piece and must-have for all nautical-loving divas out there. Hop into your boat and sail on over to the shop. Get yourself a pair of these studs for $5.50.

Oh, and we've got to show you this Pink Polkadot Apple Brooch from Tizzalicious! It is just too precious! Great price too. Only $6.50. By the way, last week we added this item to our "Fabulous Finds". Over thataway <---- on the left sidebar. See it?:-) So feminine and cute!

Sweet, ripe, and juicy. Mmmm....we *heart* strawberries. Check out this pink Strawberry Love Pendant. Too adorable for words! At only $17.50, it would make an excellent gift or party favor for both little divas and grown-up divas alike!

Last but not least, check out this pair of Black Cat Stud Earrings. They are ultra hip! Hey, fabulous females...what are you waiting for? Snag a pair for only $6.00. Such a "purrr-fect" price.

In addition to being a great shop, Tizzalicious happens to be on our list of Twitter Friends! We just had to brag.(lol) *Big wave to Tizzalicious*

Monday, October 27, 2008

Monday Motivational Quote

"Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember, you can achieve." - Mary Kay Ash, Entrepreneur

Friday, October 24, 2008

Featured Diva Interview - with Amanda from TackledAndShackled

*A Note From DDIB:Let's end the week with a "getting to know you, getting to know all about you" post!:-) We're excited to introduce you to the diva behind the imaginative and amazing TackledAndShackled shop. Now, admit it...the name "TackledAndShackled" has you super-duper curious, right? (lol) Bet you're wondering what kind of items she sells? Well, read on and find out. If you love UNIQUE...then you'll adore TackledAndShackled.

Name: Amanda

Shop: TackledAndShackled

Shop url:

Tell us a little about yourself:

I'm a stay at home mom of three spirited kids, ages 13, 6, and 3 (yeah-- we've got The Span...LOL). My husband is a mechanical engineer, but I sometimes think my job is harder! Thus, the monniker TackledAndShackled became the perfect homage to my (much loved) status. I've been crafting pretty much my whole life- growing up poor in a family of 8 helped spark my creativity and love of turning Nothing into Something.

Give us a description of your business and the items that you offer:

My products span many different categories, often blurring the lines from one subject to another. I started out here on etsy doing just jewelry, but quickly branched out into decoupage, collage, ACEO, wall hangings, embroidery, and altered books, among others.

What are your bestsellers? Your specialty? Most popular items?

Interestingly, my bestsellers have been some funky light switch covers adorned with 1946 vintage dictionary pages. I actually just sat down and perused this old, falling-apart dictionary, tearing out the pages which had images that appealed to me, and took it from there. It's both comforting and somewhat alarming that other people 'get' my weird sense of humor! Bats, 18th century public humiliation contraptions, the list goes on and on.

There's 'normal' stuff too-- botanical illustrations of dragonflies and flower species are some of the other selections...) But I've also had great success with altered books-- I recently sold one I'd made from a children's board book. It was all about my favorite species of flower-- poppies. Each page was a unique assemblage tribute to all things poppy, including a complete seed collection of many different types of poppies I'd grown in my own personal garden, and accompanying photos of them in all their glory.

Are your items targeted toward a specific age group?

For the most part, it spans all ages-- more mature people usually love my jewelry, though I make jewelry for kids as well (and everyone in between.....LOL). I would venture to say that there's really something for everyone.

What inspired you to start your own indie business?

Years and years of friends telling me, "You know, you really should be selling this stuff!" Honestly. I was having fun just doing it for myself and as gifts, but admittedly, it's been pretty well received here on etsy! I've only been in business about 5 weeks, and have had 14 sales.

As an independent business woman, what keeps you motivated?

Realizing that people actually enjoy what I do! Crafting started out as almost a sort of therapy for me (I have 3 kids, after all....LOL). But to know that other people not only like it, but want to buy it? That's an amazing sense of fulfillment right there. It feels good to know that what I do is appreciated. Now for the home front......LOL

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement thus far?

I cannot express the absolute glee I felt over selling two lengthy labors of love in one single transaction: the person who bought the poppy altered book also bought another one at the same time. Completely different subjects, but both claiming their own space in my heart.
Oh, and getting dinner on the table every once in a while too.

What has been your biggest challenge as a business woman?

Finding the balance between home and work;
Finding the dining room table.

What do you believe makes a business successful?

I'm still new, remember, so there's (LOL) a lot of room for error. However, I really think that you have to love what you do, and seek out others who will fill that niche. I don't think you can be successful in any sense, doing something you don't like. It has to feel good.

Do you have any specific goals/plans for the future?

One step at a time.....

Do you have any words of encouragement or advice for women out there who may be considering starting their own business on Etsy?

Don't wait so long! I had all sorts of clouds in my head.... "too much trouble"...."how do I set up a paypal?" yada yada yada. Just do it. I wish I'd started a lot sooner. It's so simple. Yes, it takes a great deal of time-- especially in the beginning-- but it's such an amazing experience. Do it already!!! And everybody starts out slow, sales wise, but don't give up. Promote, promote, promote. Use whatever you have at your disposal: myspace, facebook, flickr, AND USE THE FORUMS!!! So many sellers are also buyers! (Myself included!) Make your presence! Show your stuff!

Tell us the best way to relax after a busy day of work..

Wine is nice.


While growing up, who was your role model? Who impressed and inspired you most?

She didn't seem so impressive at the time (forgive me) but I can honestly say my mom. She was a stay at home mom of 6 kids, and taught me how to do most everything I know. I have an entirely different appreciation for her, now that her wish of me having "a child just like me" has come true.

Give us three (3) words that best describe YOU:


Give us one (1) word that best describes your business:


What is your favorite quote, line or saying?

"All you need is a pegleg and some bacon," The Pirate on Spongebob Squarepants

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Mark Your Calendars!

We've recently learned that fellow diva in business, Darlene from Bijouxbead, will be making a television appearance on the Slice Network (in Canada) on November 3 at 2pm ET. The show is called "The Mom Show" and Darlene will be chatting with the host about being an entrepreneur and a mother. This means that Canadian viewers will be able to see some of her work on TV.

Darlene will also be attending an exhibition and reception at the Made You Look Jewellery Studio and Gallery on Queen West in Toronto. The exhibition will be open with a reception from 5-9pm on November 13, 2008. Her work will remain in the gallery through to November 27,2008.

The Exhibition Theme: “The Bijouxbead Holiday Exhibit features pieces from the necklace, bracelet and earring collections, organized into thirteen collections within a collection; each one named for a province or territory within Canada. The Quebec collection, for example, features for the most part a little known semi-precious stone called Feldspath which was mined in Quebec (see picture “great horned owl”). The Newfoundland and Labrador collection features outstanding examples of Labradorite and the piece “from the rock” (see picture) was designed to symbolize the rugged beauty of Newfoundland and Labrador’s landscape. The New Brunswick collection features Tigereye, which reminds Darlene of the wood she came across there while camping on Grand Manan Island (see picture “wooden it be loverly”). While some of the collections feature a specific stone, there are others that are based in glass and metal. While some pieces within the collection are very organic in nature, others are definitely “set to sparkle”.

For all who are interested, here is a link to Darlene's global invitation to the event on Facebook.

Canadian Divas ~ Be sure to mark your calendars for these two special events! You won't want to miss either one.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

And the winner is....

Hooray! Hooray!
It's time to announce the winner of our giveaway!

*drumroll please*

Moody Gurl Aromatherapy

Congratulations, Kelly (Moody Gurl). You will be getting 1 full month of free ad space (125x125 banner) on our blog. (we'll be contacting you shortly...)

Let's all give her a round of applause.

This creative diva offers a variety of "smell-good products for a mood altering experience". We just went over to her shop a few minutes ago and the first thing that caught our eye was the amazing Moody Mud. This item truly does have the "wow" factor. It's "an aromatherapy stress relieving play dough". Such a fun item! Oh, and you've got to see the luscious looking Bath Taffy and Bath Icing. Everything is so appealing at Moody Gurl Aromatherapy. Really, you must..absolutely MUST..visit her shop.:-)

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


Hey Divas! Have you joined Twitter yet? If not, then we recommend that you scoot on over there as fast as you can and sign up. It is the greatest little tool for gaining new friendships, promoting your business, and doing a little networking all at the same time. We've only been "twittering" (as they call it) for about 6 hours and we're already addicted. No kidding. At last count, we have 171 super duper sweet followers. This is so exciting! Come on over and follow us at Twitter.Com/DelightfulDivas/. See ya there!:-)

Monday, October 20, 2008

Audrey Hepburn Style

This morning, our focus is on Audrey Hepburn. The talented, pixie-like actress who won the hearts of movie-goers everywhere. We have seen almost all of her films: "Charade", "Sabrina", "Roman Holiday", "Funny Face", "Breakfast At Tiffany's" - just to name a few.

There were many things that set Audrey Hepburn apart from the rest. Her dark, mischief eyes. Her perky and pretty hairdo. Her slight Belgian accent. Her incredible sense of style.

And speaking of style...
To this day, women are still trying to achieve the glamorous "Hepburn Look". And if you are a fan of this classic Hollywood actress and her style, you are sure to love the three items we found on Etsy this morning...

This Black and White Damask Pleated Clutch/Cosmetic Bag from A Touch Of Stardust is a favorite with us. Can't you just picture Audrey holding this while walking along the red carpet? Definitely. With its gentle curves and elegant design, this clutch screams "GLAM"! Fabulous price. Only $26.00.

Check out these Audrey Hepburn - Set of 4 Medium Sized Chipboard Gift Tags from KatKoot's Corner. They are very eye-catching and "diva-ish" (you knew we'd say that, right?) with their pretty colors and images. We're crazy about them. Only $3.00 for a set of four.

The Audrey Hepburn Swarovski Ring by Bella Moda Artist is a gorgeous tribute to an unforgettable actress. Imagine how pretty you'd look wearing this conversation piece. Add it to your jewelry collection for only $29.99.

Try typing "Audrey Hepburn" in the Etsy search engine or in google. We are sure that you will find MANY awesome items. Also, feel free to comment here and share your "Hepburn Finds". We'd love to see them.:-)

Friday, October 17, 2008

Bath and Body Loveliness

You've got to visit Embrace Bath & Body and check out their line of fabulous, fabulous, fabulous products!!

Their Lemon Cream Whipped Body Frosting is already on our personal "wish list". They say that it smells absolutely delish - "LIKE A FRESH BAKED LEMON POUNDCAKE WITH LEMON FROSTING ON TOP" - and makes your skin soft and moisturized. It contains shea butter, aloe, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, and more. Oh, what a treat for your skin! You get a 4oz container for only $10.00! You can't beat a price like that.

And how can we resist their Lip Tint? They come in 15 oz tubes with shades like: Blushing Melon, Tease, Merlot Shimmer, Hot Cocoa. These lip tints are a cross between lip balm and lip stick and the added peppermint oil makes them feel cool and soothing on your lips. Oh-La-La...we're already smitten! Hurry over to their shop and stock up on these lip tints for only $6.50 each. (A great idea for Christmas stocking stuffers!)

On a final note, we'd like to say that while browsing through their shop we were totally struck by their fun and flirty packaging. Love the colorful, striped design. Verrrrrry eye-catching and appealing! A lovely shop. Well worth the visit.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

advertise on our blog (+ GIVEAWAY)

We are now offering competitive, affordable, and targeted advertising on our blog. You will be getting 1 full month of advertising for only $10.00 (a value of over $30.00!!) Simply click on the "Your Ad Here" button (right side bar) for more information on how to snag one of our available spaces.

BUT WAIT!! Before you purchase one of our ad spaces...why not enter our contest and see if you can win 1 full month of advertising for free. Don't miss out on this ad space GIVEAWAY!

Read the following lines for more details...

Right now, we are giving away 1 FULL MONTH of free advertising on our blog (125X125 banner ad). To participate in this giveaway contest, you must follow these simple rules/directions...

1. You must be a diva!:-)
2. You must have a 125X125 banner
3. You must post a comment here on our blog (your comments MUST be posted beneath this message. Be sure to post a link to your shop when you comment. That way we can get in touch with you if your name is drawn.

That's it. All of you "commenters" will then automatically be entered into the draw to win. We will announce the winner on Wednesday October 22, 2008 (next week) right here on DDIB. Your 125x125 banner ad will then be placed on the right side bar for 1 FULL MONTH of free advertising.

Good luck to all of you, delightful divas!:-)

Featured Diva Interview - with Kristin from Oh So Small Bittie's

*A Note From DDIB: We are completely fascinated by all of the teeny-tiny, itty-bitty, handmade items that this diva creates. We especially LOVE the Halloween miniatures (as seen in the photos below). Hope you'll enjoy learning more about Kristin and her Etsy business...

Name: Kristin

Etsy Shop: Oh So Small Bittie's

Etsy Shop url:

Tell us a little about yourself:

I am 28 and a mother 3 trying to make some money to help with the bills etc... plus I love having something to do to escape and having my own little world to work with. I love to be creative it makes me smile to know others enjoy what I have worked so hard on.

Give us a description of your business and the items that you offer:

I make handmade miniatures and beads and pendants with polymer clay.

What are your bestsellers? Your specialty?

Well so far food miniatures seem to be liked alot

Are your items targeted toward a specific age group?

No not really. I want to market to everyone.

What inspired you to start your own indie business?

Well be a mom who has chosen to be a stay at home mom and wife I needed a way to help out as well and to share these wonder tiny things I just love creating I guess.

As an independent business woman, what keeps you motivated?

My kids defiantly being able to make some extra money to do something fun with them or maybe buy an extra toy is always nice!

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement thus far?

Becoming a better woman and more driven to succeed!

What has been your biggest challenge as a business woman?

Making time to fully persue the business side of it and not miss the family time too

What do you believe makes a business successful?

The want to make others happy and to want to please the customer and having items that people will like! and knowing that you are putting a quality item out there.

Do you have any specific goals/plans for the future?

I hope to have my own shop someday where the buyers will be looking for me!

Do you have any words of encouragement or advice for women out there who may be considering starting their own business on Etsy?

Do it. You will meet sooo many nice and wonderful people and you will have fun being apart of this world even if you don't make a million sales it will be just as rewarding!

Tell us the best way to relax after a busy day of work..

Playing with my kids! or just having that special time with the ones you love!

While growing up, who was your role model? Who impressed and inspired you most?

My parents they are such a supportive pair and I only hope to be just as good to my kids as they have been for me!

Give us three (3) words that best describe YOU:

2.Off beat

Give us one (1) word that best describes your business:


What is your favorite quote, line or saying?

Do unto others as you want to be done to you!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Bearded Ladies Present: Shop Austin

Event Release!
The Bearded Ladies Present: Shop Austin
Independent designer, craft & fine art showcase

Event Name: The Bearded Ladies Present: Shop Austin

Date: Saturday April 18, 2009

Time: 11:00am to 5:00pm

Location: Saengerrunde Hall, 1607 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

Tickets: in advance $8, at the door $10.



Event Info:

The Bearded Ladies Production Co. is set to produce its first show in Austin, Texas. The 2009 event will be a craft fair, fine arts festival, and independent designer showcase all wrapped up into one. By featuring the best vendors in Austin, The Bearded Ladies Present: Shop Austin will provide shoppers an opportunity to find one of-a-kind gifts, unique accessories, fashionable attire, home decor and more. Shoppers can browse the work of talented artisans who buck the trend of mass-production by offering handcrafted goods that are finely constructed and very unique. These independent entrepreneurs are locally based, but also come from surrounding areas to participate in what is sure to be a fun family event filled with items you can’t find anywhere else. The first thirty shoppers to arrive at the event will receive a goodie bag stuffed with great giveaway items from vendors and local businesses. Shopping begins at 11:00 a.m., and admission is $8 in advance, $10 at the door; parking is available near Saengerrunde Hall.

The Bearded Ladies Present: Shop Austin is currently accepting applications for vendors. All local crafters, independent designers, and fine artists that want to broaden their customer base are invited to apply. Let all of Austin know what you have to offer and join The Bearded Ladies Present: Shop Austin!

To apply go to:

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Dreamy. Creamy. Fudge.

Hello, darling divas! We are so excited to show you what we found this morning on the front page of Etsy.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter Layer Fudge!!! It was featured in the "hand-picked" section. Oh, be still our beating hearts.:-)

It's dreamy. It's creamy. It's everything you could want in a fudge! Scoot on over to Kandy Kettle Kitchen and get yourself some of this melt in your mouth sweetness for only $9.99! Yummmmmmm!

Monday, October 13, 2008

"Think Pink" for Breast Cancer Awareness month

Pink happens to be one of our favorite colors here at DDIB. It's totally diva-ish!:-) The lighter shades of pink are feminine and pretty while the deeper shades are bold and beautiful. Yes, pink is still a hot color for women of all ages. But most importantly, it is the color of HOPE for those who are touched by breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month so let's "think pink" and help to promote further progress in finding a cure.

You can show your support by purchasing various "pink ribbon" items and accessories. This is a great way to spread hope. Take a look at some of the things we found at Etsy.

Rest your weary head on this oh-so-pretty Breast Cancer Awareness Rag Quilted Pillow by Pretty Dreams This 18" pillow is made with super-soft flannel and would be a great gift for "Sleeping Beauties" of any age. It's only $18.00. Sweet dreamzzzz are guaranteed.:-)

You've gotta love this Stay Strong Pink Ribbon Designer Glycerin Soap by Body and Spirit. It is scented with Pink Sugar fragrance and is adorned with a pink ribbon. How wonderful is that! When you purchase this soap for $5.50, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research efforts.

And check out this beautiful Pink Ribbon Stationary (a set of 10) by MargoGo. These flat cards are made from 100% recycled card stock and are stamped with a pink "pixie dust" breast cancer awareness ribbon. How pretty! And for only $12.00! We all know someone who needs a little encouragement. Why not send them a letter with this stationary as a pick-me-up. Half of all proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Featured Diva Interview - with Amanda from Oh Mandie!

*A Note From DDIB: What a fun and exciting Etsy shop Amanda has! Drop by for a visit. We know you'll love what you see. :-)

Name: Amanda

Etsy Shop title is: Oh Mandie!

Etsy Shop url:

Tell us a little about yourself:

I am a stay at home mom of two wonderful, rowdy little boys ages 5 and 21 months. I've been paper crafting and jewelry making for about 5 years now, sparked from a love of scrapbooking and collecting beautiful beads. My amazingly supportive husband understands that buying endless amounts of paper and beads is a necessity of life rather than just an obsession. Together we all live with our little white ball of kitty fur, Percy, who is seriously insane... as far as a cat goes anyhow.

Give us a description of your business and the items that you offer:

My slogan "Papercrafting and Beadwork Mixed With Life" pretty much sums it all up. I make handbound journals and other paper goods and whimsical jewelry. I like to make things that inspire people to be more creative and unique in their everyday lives

What are your bestsellers? Your specialty? Most popular items?

I sell alot of matchbook notepads in assorted designs, but my most popular and favorite to make are the journals. I went to college for creative writing, and there is something to magical about a blank piece of paper!

Are your items targeted toward a specific age group?

Not at all, just those who are light-hearted

What inspired you to start your own indie business?

My children. I've been an avid paper and bead horder since as long as I could remember. I've also been a wife and a mom for as long as I can remember too and I wanted to do something that was mine all mine and that exemplified who I was as an individual and what it was was that I liked to do. And the rest is history!

As an independent business woman, what keeps you motivated?

Motivation isn't really necessary when you do something that you truely love doing. Its a gift to be able to sit down at my workspace and craft. Its relaxing and inspiring.

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement thus far?

Just maintaining my love for the craft and not getting too caught up in what is or isn't selling and how often. I'm doing what makes me happy and that is always a blessing.

What has been your biggest challenge as a business woman?

Exposure! I'm a busy gal and self promotion isn't always an easy feat to achieve. Sometimes its easy to get lost in the crowd and I do still struggle with finding new and unique ways to make myself and my products seen.

What do you believe makes a business successful?

A true and insatiable love for what it is that you do. I don't measure my business' success in terms of sales or dollar signs, but rather the hours spent enjoying myself, the amazing friends I've made through etsy, and the self discovery I've achieved through my shop and at craf shows

Do you have any specific goals/plans for the future?

Continue to grow as a business, evolve, and find more success - both personal and professional

Do you have any words of encouragement or advice for women out there who may be considering starting their own business on Etsy?

Go For It!! Its a great journey, and the people that you meet along the way are fabulous. Stay true to your work and who you are as a person and you can't lose.

Tell us the best way to relax after a busy day of work..

A nice hot shower, followed by a wonderful nights sleep curled up in bed. Have to recharge that brain!

While growing up, who was your role model? Who impressed and inspired you most?

My dad for sure. His work ethic is amazing. He also is a small business owner. After working for someone for most of his life he bit the bullet, with a family in tow, and started his own resturant equipment repair business. He's happy, self-employed, and sucessful. If I could strive to be half of the person that my father is then I know that I will have truely succeeded in my life

Give us three (3) words that best describe YOU:


Give us one (1) word that best describes your business:

1. Growing

What is your favorite quote, line or saying?

“Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don't complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy. Don't bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality . Wake Up and Live!”
- Bob Marley

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Our Secret Project: Announcement Coming Soon!

Guess you've probably noticed that we've been MIA lately. Well, here's the reason why...

We have been busy (for months) working on something super-special to make our online community even better. Only a few of our diva members know what it is (because they were the ones who requested it - lol). As for the rest of you, we can't spill the beans yet or even give away a few tiny hints. Sorry. But, we WILL tell you that it is something that all of you divas will absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!!

We are very excited about this and are working verrrrrrry hard to have everything ready by early 2009 - when we make our "big announcement". Until then, our lips (and the lips of our diva members) are sealed. This project is top secret.

Curious? You'll just have to stay tuned. 'Nuff said.:-)

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