Happy Friday SP Bloggers ... Looking forward to sharing a creative good time at tonight's Friday Night Crop.
So by now you know the drill. Soon after Sue and Renee return from a CHA show, the UPS guy gets a workout delivering lots of boxes that hold wonderful new surprises for all of us. And let's just say Sue and the team were a flurry of activity yesterday with packing stuff (or should I say "un-packing" stuff) flying!
Below are some pictures of what hit the shelves already, as well as some really great projects that some of our Playground friends created for us recently. Hope you can make it by the Playground over the weekend to pick up some of these fun new products that are sure to inspire you and to sign up for some of our upcoming classes too (where you can get hands on experience trying out new products and techniques)!
|Can you stamp lovers just cringe with joy?|
Check out the expanded wall of Tim Holtz & Dyan Reaveley
stamp sets (along with many others of course too!)
|Here's a close up of some of the Dylusions stamps|
that were near the front of the rows of stamps.
What fun you can create with these!!
|OMG ... Stickles Glitter |
(You're gonna love it!)
OK, take a moment to catch your breath from imagining all you can do with the new stuff you've just seen so far. Check out this adorable Summer Fun layout created by Theresa S. using Echo Park's Hello Summer line. Great reminder to grab one of those disposable underwater cameras to take some different kinds of pictures for your projects!
|Tsukineko Fireworks shimmer spray inks|
in a dozen gorgeous colors!
|Here's a close up of some of the Fireworks spray inks...|
|Carta Bella's Beautiful Moments papers.|
Corinne will be using this collection for her
next Shabby Chic class.
(See her beautiful sample in the store!)
|Check out this sample layout that Zandria T. shared with us.|
She used the My Mind's Eye Indie Chic line.
(No surprise, these papers and embellies found their
way into my SP shopping bucket ... thanks Zandy!)
|And would you get a load of this?|
What a great idea ... not only is it compact,
portable, but the darned paint brushes won't
be rolling off your table ever again!
(Yes, this was in my SP bucket too!)