Sharon is a bit under the weather and has been out of the store for a few days. She posted Saturday morning that she might do a post tomorrow, Sunday, if she’s feeling better. So I thought I’d pull the photos of our maker’s versions of Wednesday nights card challenge until I see if she posts on Sunday.
Monday, February 6, 2023
Such a great variety and a junior crafter too!
Sharon ended up doing a short new product video on Sunday. Turns out she has walking pneumonia! She’s feeling a little better but I think she has a few days to go. Here is what she shared from home on Sunday starting with Doodlebug.
Next up is 3-D Toppers. We have lots of new Spring and Easter themes.
If you don’t know, 3-D Toppers are layered die cuts that used with pop squares creates a dimensional element for your cards. Often they are embossed or have glitter. They are a great shortcut if you need it for card making.
Very nice Spring/Easter die cuts from Paper House.
A few odds and ends. First up is this stamp from Lavinia for all you cat lovers.
Woodware has a stencil that could go with the stamps following in your mixed media projects.
Next up are these fruity papers from Studio One. Sharon thinks fruit will be big this spring and summer.
Need gems or pearls? You get ALOT with these!
Next is new Spellbinders. This tulip multi-layered stencil coordinates with the die and foil plate below.
Next is one of Sharon’s favorite stamp sets. You will see it in action farther down.
A large circle foil plate Sharon will be demoing in a future video.
More foil plate goodness in sentiments.
A large nested set.
Pansies! I love pansies!
A large 5x7 floral edged embossing folder. Remember, you can always cut it down to a 4 X 5 1/2 if you are doing an A2 card.
What a cute little duck!
A great sentiment stamp set.
First the back then the front of this blooms die set.
Next is Studio One with a Get Well die set. How appropriate!
A paper pack from Creative Exoressions to go with the dies that follow.
We love these word dies from Creative Expressions. These are a bit larger than the ones we usually see and in this case bigger is better.
Look closely, these are “worn” doily styled dies. You can see where parts are missing along the edges in them. They are great for grunge projects.
The deckle ruler is back in stock for all your tattered, but straight edges.
Last is this new Fiskars corner rounder. Sharon had heard good things about it but had a bit of a challenge to get it to work!
My funny for the day…
I’ll be back after Sharon’s next video and hopefully she’ll be feeling better for her Wednesday video. Until then, stay warm, stay safe and watch that shaking going on! EARTHQUAKE!😱