Thursday, October 15, 2020

Keep'n Up!

Sometimes it's a challenge just to keep up with all that Sharon has new in the store and all that is going on. Sharon has done such a great job of keeping the store relevant and accessible to all our customers. It's exhausting and I'm only there two days a week! I'll start today with Wednesday's FB video. Sharon demonstrates the new IO slimline stamps. Wait til you see how well these work. You will find the video HERE.

Next up are some new product photos from Hero Arts, Waffle Flower and more. First up is a little repeat of what we posted last week. We want to show the combinations you can use with the hinged infinity dies and the holiday stamps from Hero Arts. You can make great flip open images with messages inside or tags for presents with these first two pair.

The same with these two. Create a unique gift card or present tag using the 'presents' stamp set and the infinity dies. There is also a square set that might suit this stamps set a bit better for some of the images. 

Don't want to get all technical with flaps and more? How about a simple package background stamp and a beautiful layered Merry Christmas to go on top. You can stamp the background in a monochromatic style and add pop with mirror paper and a matching colored or white Merry Christmas!

Go to town coloring with this bold print background stamp from Hero Arts and add a classic sentiment with this set from Waffle Flower. There's lots of variety in this Waffle Flower stamp to personalize your cards.

Also from Waffle Flower are these paper pads and border line die variety pack.

To go with that layered/shadowed Merry Christmas above, is a stamp set that you can use to add an additional border line or phrase. Also from WF a classic stamp set for all occasions. 

Deckled frames have been a favorite of mine for many years. I sold many of my edged scissors but I kept my deckled scissors. With this die set I may have to put my scissors into retirement!

Great background panels from WF.

Sharon has a new layout for you that includes a little mini album. The cost is $15 for the two page layout.

Thought I''d share a photo of Cooper. Here he is giving me his most pathetic look as he lounges in his kitchen bed. What a face!

I think these folks are taking gnomes a bit too far!

My funny for the day. How many of you had posters like this on your dorm walls?

Have a great weekend everyone. Here's hoping we have another weekend of mild temps and Indian summer weather. Happy Crafting and Stay Safe!

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