Time sure does fly when you are having fun! It seems like only yesterday that I was at CHA Winter and now we are just around the corner from CHA Summer. I can’t wait for people to see all of my product live and in person, I am so excited about this release.
I have created 2 regular paper lines, Kiss the Cook and Weathered Winter, as well as adding new designs to my Artistic Papers BUT the new line is on a heavier weight paper (see… we do listen to your requests). I have 24 stamps; 8 that coordinate with Kiss the Cook, 8 that coordinate with Weathered Winter and I designed 8 to work with dies created by my friends over at Spellbinders. And, something new that I have to go with my stamps are my new slimmer, sleeker stamp blocks. They are half the width and weight with all the stamping capabilities. They are sized perfectly to match my foam mounted rubber stamps, take up less room for storage and traveling and the lighter weight is MUCH easier to work with. On top of all of this… my friends over at Clearsnap have worked with me to create my very own color collection of Smooch Spritz!!! Can you see me doing my happy dance? I LU-UUU-UUUV my Smooch Spritzes so much I almost want to drink them so I can be sparkly on the inside too…LOL.One of my favorite things to use with Smooch Spritz is my Crafty Chronicle, BUT I have designed a Holiday Alternative for the Chronicle called Musical Memories. It is 16 pages of holiday images and sheet music with a twist. The lyrics have been altered slightly, to be a little more “crafty”. You will have to read it to see what I mean. It is very FUN!!! And to go with EVERYTHING above is my new Corrugated Board packs from Zutter. The 13x13 packs that we released at the last show did so well that we decided to add packs of 7x5 and 7x7 to the line-up.
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We will be doing random drawings for each of these new products but we do random drawings on a regular basis, in fact we just gave away a Distrezz-it-all!
So without further ado, here are the paper lines (I will post the stamps, blocks, cardboard and Musical Memories this weekend)