Thursday, October 11, 2012

October sneak peeks, Day 1

Happy Autumn!

October starts to feel more like fall and that's when I start to think about what I want to make for the up coming holiday season.

Whether you are making Christmas cards or seasonal gifts, having the right stamps can make all of the difference.

This month is the first of our two-part holiday collection including a brand new StampTV kit, new card stock, patterned paper, ribbons, glitter, embossing powders, liquid pearls and more! Our holiday collection will emcompass both our October and November releases. This will give you plenty of time to create cards, gifts, tags and home decor so that by Thanksgiving, you will be well on your way to a very happy holiday!

Today, I am going to show you the first two sneak peeks for our October release- coming next Thursday, the 17th.

Tami Mayberry has created a set that will help you make cards, tags and gifts! And when the holidays are all wrapped you, you can continue making winter projects and scrapbook pages with this very versatile set!

 

 
Melanie Muenchinger continues to inspire us with her beautifully hand-drawn Stately Flowers series! This month, whether you are cooking up a Thanksgiving feast of cards or standing under the mistletoe while scrapbooking the season, this set will help you create stunning projects through the holidays and beyond!
 
 
More exciting sneak peeks to come! Stay tuned~
Hugs,
Gina K.
 

27 comments:

  1. Oh my can I be the first to say "WOW" Love them both and can't wait to buy them:))))
    BTW:Thanks for sharing and Thanks Tami and Melanie...Thanks to you Gina and can't wait to see what you make with these:)))))

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  2. Yeah!!! I've been waiting for Mel's State flower set to have my state flower!!!!!

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    1. and your state flower is...? :)

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    2. OH that's my Misti! She's an Oklahoman!

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  3. Oh my! These look wonderful! Can't wait to see all the new goodies you have in store for us this month! I love the holidays, so I can't wait to see the fun new holiday sets, ribbon and paper.

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  4. Looking great Gina! Very exciting month and release.

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  5. Both sets look to be very awesome and would work wonderfully in card making. I always love these ladies' designs. And, your stamps are never a disappointment for quality either.

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  6. The snowflakes in a circle are really pretty. Is the top item a snowflake border stamp or meant to be used as a candy nugget wrap?

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    1. It certainly can be and you can extend it for borders too!

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  7. I feel a fluttering in my heart...love these!

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  8. Crazy for the mistletoe!

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  9. YAY!! A new state flower set!!!

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  10. Any chance you will put up a template for the Card Box like you did for your other card boxes? I think the other template showed score, cut and fold lines. That would be so very helpful. Thanks for all of your creativity.
    Jan

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    1. I can but it may take a week or so since we are in our release week. :)

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  11. Ooohhh, how exciting a 2 month release. I can't wait to see more and better get those Halloween cards finished.

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  12. These sneak peeks promise exciting ones to follow! Thanks, Jan, for suggesting a template for the card box; I was thinking of the same thing.

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  13. Beautiful! I can't wait to see what else you have in store for us!

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  14. Both sets are beautiful and look so fun! Can't wait for more sneak peaks.

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  15. I am already loving these sets! And I have a lot of ideas for the holidays floating through my head!

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  16. WOW love those stamps, and what a beautiful flower!!

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  17. I am so excited about the new paper pack...just mentioned a need for a different green TODAY on Ask Us! How about THAT! This is great! All the Christmas stamps, paper, ribbon, etc. is putting me in a great mood. Thank you!

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