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Little Shop Newsletter - Issue 021

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Josh Martin

15 Dec 2023

The week reviewed, and an important update.


Hello all and welcome back to the weekly newsletter.

A very busy week here getting things done and orders out.

The Week Reviewed

We've been working hard on getting orders out before the holiday period.

Kas has been continuing to work on Grey Aztecs and Tri Sliders.

Josh M has been working on various orders.

Josh H has been working on Burnt tools, and knowledge imprinters.

James has been working on time machine plaques, which are now all cut, and in the painting stage, they will be heading out soon.

Dan has been working on new models, along with Kas and Josh M.

Little 14th Tools

Firstly, thank you so much for the incredible response to our Little 14th Tools, we truly didn't anticipate the sheer volume of orders we would recieve.

We will be working to get as many out before the holiday period, but due to the sheer volume of orders we recieved it's unlikely that we will be able to get them all out before the holidays.

That leads us onto our next point.

Time off.

This year has been truly incredible for us as individuals and a company.

We've been non stop since January, be it with professional work or orders and replicas, but as a result, none of us have had any proper time to recharge and relax.

It's a very fortunate position to be in, but the team needs some time off to relax, rejuvinate and recharge for next year.

The team will be taking some well earned time off from the 22nd of December to the 9th of January, any DMs, Emails and contact requests will be dealt with once we are all back on the 9th.

Naturally there will be things that we keep ticking over in terms of orders, but in general we will be having the time off.

That being said, this will be the last newsletter for a while as well, as we're taking the time off there won't be much to update. Once we're all back the newsletters will resume.

We'd like to thank everyone for their support this year, and we look forward to coming back next year stronger and more motivated than ever.

Josh Martin

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