Ki Alphabet Soup Help

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  1. patchchild

    patchchild Mouseketeer<br><font color=deeppink>Shorties of th

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    I was wondering if anyone can help me out. I got a can of Ki Alphabet Soup letters in black bean, to use in an ABC book I want to make. The problem is, I didn't get a B or a Y. I've got lots of other repeated letters and a complete set of numbers that I don't have a plan for. Is there any chance anyone has those two letters that they'd be willing to part with? I'm happy to do a trade of letters or goodies and provide postage.
     
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  3. lewdyan1

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    I would call Ki and let them know, they might just send you the letters you need. :)
     
  4. bskts4bj

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    Call or email the manufacturer. I just opened some page protectors from Creative Imaginations that I bought from who knows where about 6 months ago -- they didn't have the post extenders! All it took was an email to the company and wa-la, the post extenders are in the mail - free of charge!

    Best of luck,
    Brenda
     
  5. patchchild

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    Thanks for the advice. I e-mailed the company last night and already got a response saying how sorry they were and that they'd take care of the mistake. You really can't ask for a better response than that.
     
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    Thanks to all for the advice. The company was so fast! They sent me two of each of the missing letters, and a number of other letters as well, though why I need a grand total of 5 Q's, I don't know. Guess I'll have to plan a page around them.
     

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