Thursday, January 24, 2008

For Profit or Not For Profit...

This post is entered in the BLOG VILLAGE "Much Ado About Money" Carnival hosted by MARSHAMLOW.

TnT's Place in Pecos

This blog is the "blogvoice" for, where you will find in-depth product descriptions, reviews, new product releases, links to product pages, and diary posts of day to day operations of what happens in PJ's Corner Gift Shoppe! Filled with nostalgically handcrafted cards, stationery and paper dolls that help people keep in touch with their family, friends, and acquaintances, PJ's Corner Gift Shoppe is a place that you can bring the whole family.

We do not have a walk-in store, so our home office has been turned into a workshoppe! With paper dolls a
nd greeting cards pasted on the walls, and cut out paper dolls filling the shelves, Mom and I enjoy the uh, quote unquote, solitude of our workshoppe! Because our designs are created with family in mind, using the artwork of our in-house artist: Phyllis Mae Richardson Fisher, you will find flowers, butterflies, animals and nature as a recurring theme. Our gift shoppe is the home of "Twiglet" the Little Christmas Tree, a children's book about discoveries, miracles, and friendships, and "Neddy, the Little Teddy", the first animal paper doll created in PJ's Paper Doll Factory!

If our society wasn't based on money, then we could be a non-profit organization giving our products away. That would be fun though, just being able to create gift boxes, bags 'n' baskets to take to the children's wards! I can see sad little eyes turning bright as a little girl finds a paper doll to cut out or a little boy glowing from the praise he received for his coloring book masterpiece in crayon!

That would be reward or "money" enough for the meantime, we do make several of our coloring book pages available for FREE download. With the changes scheduled for our website, we will be adding a FREE paper doll and featuring our Kid's Coloring Book page in a more prominent place on our website.

Thank you for making memories in PJ's Corner...

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