I managed to get myself a few of the new products in the preorder us demonstrators are so privileged to do a whole month before the catalogue goes live for customers. I have decided to share with you a little sneak peek of a cute birthday stamp hitting our annual catalogue this year. I believe it has been current in the USA for quite a while but it is new to us here in Australia so I have chosen to use that for my sneak peek card.
I found a great card on page 7 of the new annual catalogue using Endless Birthday Wishes stamp set which I just so happen to have here. I have cased this card using some of the sneak peek products from preorder as well. Can you pick what is new?
The DSP I used is a great 6 x 6 paper stack called Cherry On Top. Most of these papers are pretty bright, but I found a few with some subtle colours & patterns on the back. The card stock is the new In Colour called Watermelon Wonder & the lace is a strip of trimmed down 1" In Colour Dotted Lace Trim. I used a blender pen to colour on the shimmery white card stock with some ink picked up from the lid of the ink pad. This was a quick and easy card using 3 new products you will be seeing shortly in our NEW annual catalogue.
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I am loving the colours that you have used on this card Tricia. The lace is a perfect accent!ReplyDelete
The lace just goes with all cards, I am really loving it and you have used it to perfection with this stamp set.ReplyDelete
Your card is so pretty Tricia! I love that you used the 'quieter' DSP from that stack...I will have to go searching for it now as all I could see were brights. :) Beautiful stamping too.ReplyDelete
What a cute card, Tricia. This set is on my wish list!ReplyDelete
Lucky you to have the Endless Birthday set already! I love how you've teamed it with the DSP and lace!ReplyDelete
Love this card with its pops of watermelon - it's greatReplyDelete
This stamp set is right up there on my wish list, I think it will be really fun to use, I love your take on the sketch.ReplyDelete