Hello and Happy Tuesday!

I want to thank you all for such a wonderful release!  It was so fun introducing these new products to you.  We have already sold out of the TAG ME Confetti Cuts.  It has been re-ordered and I will post a “back in stock” update just as soon as they are in my hot lil’ hands.

Just as a quick reminder, the November SKETCH FOR YOU TO TRY is still open.  You can find the link to it on the sidebar to the left.  Happy stamping and good luck!

Our **NEW** COLOR CHALLENGE will be introduced on Saturday, November 16th.

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Well, it’s Tuesday and other than just being the day after Monday, it’s TIME FOR A CARD TUESDAY!

Last month, I had a hard time putting down the Halloween stamps on my desk.  I have a feeling that I am going to face the same battle with our Christmas stamps.  For my card today, I reached for BRING ON THE MERRY along with SO STRIPEY ( and the previously released, WHOLE LOTTA DOTS) stamped in VersaMark…


The sentiment is stamped in three different colors, just one of the fun things you can do with the KEY WORD COLLECTION sets, like BRING ON THE MERRY.  While I love the classic red and green color palette, it’s fun to change it up a little and go with a non-traditional scheme.  For this card I used pink, olive, gray, yellow and black.  I think I’ll be putting a few of these colors in my back pocket for a future color challenge.  I originally had an aqua colored panel as part of this card, but I chose to take it away as it didn’t seem to add anything as it was.  There’s still a smidge of aqua there…the rhinestones. Gotta have that lil’ bit of bling!


These stamps (and dies!) will be hitting a lot of your mailboxes this week.  I’m looking forward to seeing what you make!

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Stamps: Bring on the Merry, So Stripey, Whole Lotta Dots

Ink: Pink, Olive Dye Ink, Black Pigment Ink, VersaMark Watermark Ink

Cardstock: White, Gray, Pink, Olive

Other: Star Punch, Sequins, Rhinestones, Dimensional Adhesive

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