I am sharing my product picks through video format again. :)
And all products will be listed and linked below as well.
Report Card Collection Kit by October Afternoon: I am combining these with some random papers and stickers from Jillibean Soup to create a back to school themed layout.
Diced Tomatoes Old World Cabbage Paper by Jillibean Soup + Brown Rice Old World Cabbage Paper by Jillibean Soup + Old World Cabbage Coordinating Collection Stickers: My plan is to incorporate some of these with the October Afternoon products above for the school layout.Hello Flags Wood Block Stamp by Hero Arts : I know I just showcased these a couple of weeks ago but here they are again. Another product I thought would be fun to use for a back to school project. Banners are fun. Four Apples Design Accent Wood Block Stamps by Hero Arts: I've had these for quite some time now and have used them tons. Love these little guys. Another stamp/product that might make it's way onto a school-themed layout.
Stitch & Trim Remountable Rubber Stamp by Hero Arts: These little scissors are so fun. They work great with some of the other Hero Arts sewing themed sets but I also thought they might be cute for a school layout. Do you see a theme here?Ledger Cling Stamp by Hero Arts: This is my pick for this week's background stamp. Versatile, on trend and goes with anything. I love my background stamps. :)
Whiff of Joy UM Rubber Stamp Melinda Helping Angel: Addicted to these angels. WOJ Stamps + Copic Markers = match made in heaven.
Here's another:Whiff of Joy UM Rubber Stamp Melinda Blowing Kisses Heart Angel: See? Cute. I think one of the posters (Tasha) here on my blog said it best, "So cute and girly without being too baby-ish". Agreed. :)
Whiff of Joy UM Rubber Stamp Draco the Dragon: Yes, Draco is super cute and has that fun Copic Coloring potential but I also think he is perfect for creating boy cards, i.e. for the boys in the Cards for Kids card drive. I can't wait to color him in.
Milkshake + Twin Cupcakes + Cherry on Top by Amuse Artstamps: I *heart* Amuse stamps. Serioulsy. I picked these up at The Ink Pad in NYC last May and have yet to use them. I WILL use them this week.
Old Paper Tim Holtz Distress Ink: This is the ink I used for the bottom of the die cut/stamped piece on THIS card. I love how it is a soft brown distress ink color. Such a great versatile ink that works with so many different projects.
Meadowsweet Fabric Collection by Sandi Henderson: Making a little project for a quilting/sewing magazine! Eeeek! I am so excited about this. Like, dream come true excited. My grandma is going to be so proud. :) Plus, I am using these same fabrics for a little table quilt for my kitchen table. Because my house has too much brown in it. Time to infuse some colour. And yes, I know I am American and that's not how we spell color but I like this spelling so much better so I'm going to go with that. It's my favourite. Oh, I'm on a roll now... hee!
Along with the Meadowsweet fabrics, I'm using THIS print from Michael Miller. Aqua Ta-Dot. The name is even cute. I adore polka dots. Adore.
Okay, that's it for this week.
Hope you enjoyed.