September 4, 2018

New Catalog and Product Picks!

Hey there and happy Tuesday! I hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day weekend! I had a nice quiet one myself. Hubby had to work the weekend, but he did have Labor Day off, but he spent the day mowing our mammoth lawn and then he grilled chicken out on the grill for us....YUM. 

Anyway, I wanted to remind you that the new Holiday Catalog goes live tomorrow! OH-EM-GEE! Have you looked at all that awesomeness? I mean seriously! I will be doing a FB Live to walk you through the catalog tomorrow night on my FB page, I'll be on a 7PM EST. I would love to have you stop on by and hang out with us. There are a few things I want to make sure you take note of, one item in particular is my Product Pick for this week. It is the Take Your Pick Tool! This multi-tool is really the bomb-diggity to the paper crafter. I mean seriously! This tool does it ALL. It's got a putty end (that is refillable) for picking up those teeny tiny little slippery sequins and small pieces of paper that need to land in just the right spot. The other end has 2 reversible tips, 1 reversible tip is a scoring tool, with both a large nib and a small nib. The second reversible tip has a piercing tool on one end and a flexible spatula on the other end which is PERFECT for picking up those awesome adhesive backed embellishments like the Adhesive Backed Sequins, rhinestones and pearls!

I used this tool to add my sequins to this cute fun fold card I did on my FB Live Sunday evening. The tool sure did get a lot of ooohs and aaaahs! Well, the card did too, but the multi-tool was the star of the show for sure. 
I had a lot of fun making this card too. I just love the Country Home stamp set! It's just so me! I totally fits my home decor and my whole "country living"....yes, I do live in the woods lol. If you would like to see how I made this card, step by step, with measurements, visit my YouTube channel. While you're there, please take a second to subscribe. I would greatly appreciate it. 
Until next time, Happy Stamping,

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