cha-winter 2012…stampers anonymous (part 1)

hello again bloggers!  hope you had a relaxing and creative weekend.  can't say our was relaxing around the studio, but it was definitely creative.  we are working non-stop to get all of the kitting, prepping, and last minute displays put together for cha which is just a couple of weeks away – yikes!  nevertheless it's always totally worth all of the effort when it finally comes together on trade show day.  i can't tell you how much i appreciate all of your comments of excitement and inspiration about my new alterations releases.  hopefully the excitement continues this week as i share more product previews starting off with part 1 of my stamps from stampers anonymous…t!m

these first 2 sets are actually shipping now since they coordinate with my sizzix release that has also shipped.  just like the seasonal texture fades i shared last year in this video, the new "valentines" and "americana" silhouttes match with the new texture fades for a cool effect…

the rest of my stamp releases are shipping right after cha in january.  next up are always a must have – minis!  these 2 new mini sets "attic treasures" and "warehouse district" are perfect for cards, atcs, and smaller projects.  i have to say that i've been using these like crazy on my samples since they are from some of my favorite sets…

well there is no doubt the world of mixed media is being embraced more and more.  i love the versatility of this free-form, anything goes type of art and having some cool texture stamps was a must for me.  this "mixed media" set has a collection of some very eclectic textures for your next artful project…

who doesn't love a good background stamp?  the cool designs of this "wallpaper and wood" set combine the weathered pattern of worn damask wallpaper and the intricate detailing of ristic wood-grain for the ultimate background stamp enthusiast…

more stamps to come tomorrow…





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