Our Dearest Sakuralala Ohana,
We here at Sakuralala have enjoyed and are honored to have the opportunity to open shop in one of the most beautiful places on the planet surrounded by the most gracious people here locally and from around the world. Words cannot describe our gratitude to all of you that encouraged us from the very beginning and for the continuous support. From the bottom of our hearts, Mahalo!
September will mark the ending of Sakuralala’s first chapter as we embark on a journey across the sea. Thanks to your support, chapter two will start in Japan! This only means that we will physically be in Japan. Our shop here in the US will reopen as soon as we make changes to the website.
To end this note, we want to let all of you to know that we’ve made it this far because of you. And because of you, we will do our very best and continue to grow. You are all truly an inspiration to us.
Saying “goodbye” is probably one of the hardest things to do. So, lets just say A Hui Hou Kākou.
With Love and Aloha,
Here are some questions you might have…
Q: When is the last day to shop at Sakuralala?
We will announce via our newsletter as soon as we decide the last day, but most likely it will be sometime in the mid September. Please make sure you are signed up for our mailing list HERE.
Q: Will Sakuralala website close?
Our website will remain open although we won’t have anything in our shop to ship until reopening. If you signed up for “Let’s Make Rubber Stamp” Online-Class, don’t worry! You will have access to the process videos for the class from HERE. Also, if you are looking for inspiration and ideas with using our stamp sets, you still can check out our TEAM365 PROJECT page to see amazing projects by our creative members!!!
Q: I have remaining points. What should I do?
If you have some LA LA POINTS, you can hold on to them until we reopen, but we would suggest that you use them during our deals.
Q: When will Sakuralala shop reopen?
When we are ready, we will announce the happy news ASAP!!! So, please make sure you are signed up for our mailing list HERE.
Q: Where can I buy Sakuralala brand stamps until you reopen?
We are hoping that we will be able to reopen our shop soon, but in the mean time please check out the stores that carry our stamps. You can see the list of stores from HERE. As for the out-of stock Sakuralala stamps, we have been getting high volume requests for restocking, so don’t worry. When we reopen our shop, we will make sure to keep them in our shop along with newer Sakuralala brand stamps!!
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us – firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for your support and always being sweet to us. Stay in touch on Instagram ( @_sakuralala_ )!!!
We’re excited to announce that we’re welcoming Michaela as our new TEAM365™ member. She is very creative and we’d like you to get to know a little bit about her!!
I am using several leather notebooks with Modori Traveler’s Notebook inserts. I like usual size and passport size. I am also working on a Bullet Journal and a small sketchbook to advance my hand lettering and drawing skills.
I love that they cover lts of daily themes in such a cute way. As I actually writing about the little everyday moments, they are just perfect for me!
If you want to see more of Michaela’s creative projects, click below.
We’re so excited to take this creative adventure with Michaela (@makememoriestoday) along with Aileen (@sealed_with_washi), Danwei (@danweitran), Jennie (@jenniepae), Cristina (@cristinac81) and Lerma (@mydecoratedmess) to share their creative projects with all of you!
If you would like to see what they have been creating using our stamps, please check our TEAM365 CREATIVE PROJECTS page. Also, you can find all links for our TEAM365 members’ information from TEAM365 page.
To make this flower wreath address label I used the different floral and leaves stamps from the 365: Nature stamp set. I started stamping out the yellow flowers to get them somewhat evenly spread. Then I stamped the red flowers, the black leaves, and kept building up the wreath until I was satisfied.
If you want to see more of Danwei’s creative projects, click below.
Inspired by Danwei, I made this 3×4 inch card. As soon as we decided to make this Old English font stamp set, I wanted to stamp “Once Upon A Time” with the girl and book stamps.
It was so much fun to find the small stamps that I can use to make the wreath. I chose not only flowers or leaves stamps, but also small circles and dot stamps which are supposed to be used for totally different purpose. I can’t wait to make Christmas Cards using this technique!!