Can you believe it's Day 3 of our October Release already?! I have been having so much fun sharing our release with you so far. I really had such a good time playing with these stamps. But it's not over yet. I still have one more to share with you, and this one's a little bit different:
- is a 3x4 clear photopolymer stamp set
- contains 3 stamps
- will be a FREE gift with every order $30 and over during the month of October; will be available for purchase November 1st for just $6
Yes, that's right! This little number will be included as a FREE GIFT with every purchase $30 and over during the ENTIRE month of October (while supplies last). Dear Santa is great for creating lists, using on scrapbook pages, mini-albums, and even cards...like my first project.
I just had to pair it with A Pocketful! And of course, there's that Nordic Holiday (Basic Grey) patterned paper again. I started with a notebook die cut (Papertrey Ink) and stamped the "Christmas List" header image in blue.
I stamped the image again in red and used the small Marvy Uchida punch to cut out just the center fair isle poinsettia image. I adhered the note to the card base and added the pocket over top using some foam tape. This card really makes me yearn for colder weather. Although I will most likely have to wait until January, I am so ready.
This next project is perfect for adding your journaling to those Christmas layouts. And as simple as simple can get!
I stamped our numbered list from Class Act and topped it with the "Dear Santa" sentiment from Dear Santa. From start to finish? Oh, about 4 minutes including clean up.
Next up, how about some little notebooks for the little ones to create some wish lists?
Thanks to inspiration from the incredible Christina, these were actually very easy. I started by cutting several plain printer paper into 3x5.5" pages to use for the note pad (about 10-15 sheets). For the top binding, I cut a sturdy piece of cardstock to 3x4" and scored it at 2" and again at 2 1/8" as shown below.
This creates a little nook to hold the paper and folds over the sheets of paper neatly. I stamped my "Wish List" image onto the front.
For the blue one, I created a wrap-around cover that tucks closed under the patterned paper strip on the front. I cut the cover to 3" wide x 8 3/4" long and scored it at 5 1/2" and 5 5/8".
For Carter's, I cut one gray piece of cardstock at 7 3/4" x 3 1/4" and scored it at 5 5/8" and again at 5 3/4" and wrapped it over. I stamped the front cover with the "Wish List" sentiment, and cover the inside of the back with some more of that Nordic Holiday (Basic Grey) paper. He just loves it, and couldn't wait to use it, as you can see!
And that wraps up Day 3 for me. But wait! The design team has more:
- Elise Durenberger
- Cristina Kowalczyk
- Jinny Newlin - hosting a challenge!
- Kerrianne Gwin - hosting a challenge!
- Lea Lawson - hosting a challenge!
- Savitri Wilder
- Jean Martin
I really hope you have enjoyed our little previews so far. I will be back tomorrow with the full reveal. In the meantime, would you like to win Dear Santa and Class Act? Just leave a comment by 9:00 AM EST October 4rd to enter. I will select one random winner from all comments. Winners will be posted here.
Don't forget, the fun continues tomorrow with the full reveal and a chance to win the entire release!