Monday, July 14, 2008

A little birdie told me....

Ok, it was a big birdie and not only did it tell me but it also brought me a sampling of the new "In Colors" !!! Yes, I have them here and waiting for you to see! Also a great new punch to show off!! I can't wait to make Christmas cards with Kiwi Kiss and Riding Hood Red!! Pink Pirouette is the perfect soft pink for those baby and wedding cards! Pacific Point and Tangerine Tango will be those bright new colors needed for new boy pages!! Baja Breeze is going to be perfect for those wintery cards and a great accompaniment to my favorite choc chip!!

July's Club

I will be sharing another cute idea for giving those ever popular gift cards! This one uses a envelope carefully folded and hidden behind the card front for a surprise. You will either make a birthday or wedding gift card. This idea will come in very handy I'm sure. Hope you can join me!!

July's Club

For club this month we will also be making this card using a technique to turn card stock into fabric (well nearly)! So much so it can give the look of quilting. We will also be using a new tool that Peggy discovered and shared with me, can't wait to show you too!

June's Club

June is the beginning of a new club year for us! For those of you that couldn't attend June's meeting we made cover sheets for our new folders and a beaded pen to match. We used the one sheet wonder (OSW) technique stamping all over the cover sheet. I supplied a template for you to stamp and create 8 cards using a OSW! The new folder will hold your new catty which will be arriving the first part of August!! I will get my preview catty when I attend SU Convention July 30th - Aug. 2nd.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Die Cut Stamp Sets!!!

We're excited to announce that all new stamp sets in the Fall-Winter 2008 Idea Book & Catalog (including new hostess sets) will be die cut for your convenience! We know you enjoy the flexibility of custom mounting your stamps, and with these die-cut sets, all you'll need to do is pop, peel, and place before you begin stamping.
Only our new stamps will be die cut; sets carried over from the last catalog and those on the dormant list will still require trimming. But, each new set will feature a die cut icon so you and your customers will have no problems identifying die-cut sets.