Monday, 3 September 2012

Introducing the In-Color Range for 2012-2014

here they are!  I thought it would be fun to make a card that as its' sole purpose was to show you the new colour range. In order from the front-to-back they are:  Gumball Green, Primrose Petals, Summer Starfruit, Raspberry Ripple and Midnight Muse.  I love the way they all look together. :-)

The other things to note is that our various coloured inks (including these ones) now come in the NEW STYLE inkpads... a completely different feel to the old inks. They are quite wet, so you dont need to press hard, or repeatedly tap. But the great thing about them is how clear the images stamp with these new inks!  I think it will take me a little while to fully get used to them, but I'm already enjoying those clearer images.

If you would like to see more of the new pads, and the new colours, please come along to one of my launches this coming weekend. There are two - Saturday evening for the night-owls (7.30pm 8th September) at the Girl Guide Hall at Niagara Park. Or Sunday afternoon at 2pm 9th September at my home.. I can give you the address when you book in if you havent been before. At time of writing this I still have a couple of spots available on the Saturday night, and a couple more on the Sunday afternoon. The cost to attend either launch is $20.. please email me by clicking HERE if you would like to join us.

Here is the full card which also shows off the matching Stitched Satin ribbons that go with our new In-color range. It's lovely to work with. I am doing a share of this ribbon, so if you would like to get your hands on some of each colour please contact me, or tell me at launch. You'll get a quarter roll of each of the 5 colours, for a cost of $20.95. This is a great way to sample each of the colours!
 Sometimes the simple cards are my favourites. These flowers are from the new "Betsy's Blossoms" stamp set, and the sentiment is from "Curly Cute".

Dont forget I've put up September Christmas Stamp-a-Stack dates, so if this is your thing email me xx

1 comment:

Carol Vivenzio said...

love your use of repetition, the buttons, ties and flowers. I do that, too, as much as I can.