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It's Day #5 of Sneaky Peek Week! That means there are only 2 more peeks before the entire collection will be available on our website on October 11.
Today that cheeky bunny makes another appearance. This time he's magical. So magical, he's pulling himself out of a hat. Now that's talent.
Speaking of talent, take a look at this wonderful card by Jen del Muro. This card is simple, but powerful. And the bling on the Circus Panel makes it look like a marquee. So clever and cute.
Amy Rohl created this awesome card, only this time she paper pieced the bunny and colored him. He doesn't need much to make him extra special. And here, Amy layers two of the Circus Panels CutUps for a whole new look. Presto! A really great look, made easy.
If you really want to color the bunny, like Jenny Peterson has, you most certainly can. Here she's colored him grey. Isn't his dark grey nose so cute? And she's using the other side of the Circus Border CutUps as a scalloped border. The great thing about our border CutUps dies is that we really pay attention to what's being cut away. It's like getting two dies for the price of one.
Want to see more of "Presto"? Check out Jackie, and Julie. Believe me when I tell you that they make a little magic of their own with this set.
Then head on over to our In It To Win It thread in our forum at SplitcoastStampers. You could win the "Presto" stamp set or any of the other stamp set we are previewing this week. Winners of the sets are announced each day on each of the Sneaky Peek threads.
It's Day #6 of Sneaky Peek Week! That means there is only one more peek before the entire collection will be available on our website on October 11.
Monkeys just make me smile. They are forever silly and never afraid to express themselves. This set is like that. Silly and just waiting for you to express yourself.
Amy Rohl knows it's a jungle out there, and still creates a card that doesn't monkey around. She mixes coloring and simple paper piecing. And check out that texture under the sentiment. Yup, that's burlap. Our CutUps cut through even that. Love that look.
How about this card by Susan Liles? She's a gal after my own heart. (Meaning I wish I could create cards like her). The image just needs a little color and it's good to go. You can really go simple with this set or go to town.
And Nancy Thomas really expresses herself with this colorful card. She puts the two monkeys in the collection hanging from their tails. This set is a perfect anytime set for anyone. Or any monkey. Do you know any? I definitely know quite a few. And they know who they are.
Want to see more of "Go Bananas"? Check out Jen, and Maggie. I know you'll be bananas if you didn't.
Then head on over to our In It To Win It thread in our forum at SplitcoastStampers. You could win the "Go Bananas" stamp set or any of the other stamp set we are previewing this week. Winners of the sets are announced each day on each of the Sneaky Peek threads.
It's Day #7 of Sneaky Peek Week! That means that tomorrow is the day our Fall Collection will be available on our website.
I hope you like what you've been seeing because, let me tell you, this collection has been as fun to play with as a barrel of monkeys. And speaking of monkeys, our last stamp set features our roly poly friends, the penguins, as what else, clowns. I don't know about you, but clowns always creeped me out just a little, so I thought I'd exorcise the clown stigma with a little penguin fun.
Nancy Thomas gets the idea with this colorful card. Even the car gets into the act in this set. And look at how she used the Circus Panels to make a circusy border. Genius!
This set is packed full of stamps. 3 main stamps plus sayings, AND accessories galore. Jenny Peterson doesn't hold back in this card. You can tell she had a lot of fun playing while she put this beauty together. Check out the double Circus Border at the bottom of the card.
Have you ever tried to make one of those fancy foldout cards, but didn't know what to put on them? I suspect, with all the images in this set, mixed and matched with the Big Top, Big Ticket and Circus Panels CutUps dies, Amy Rohl had no problem. What a really fun card.
Want to see more of "Clownin' Around"? I know Susan has more fun to show you.* She was so inspired that she decided to take her family to....the circus. Now I feel complete.
Head on over to our In It To Win It thread in this forum and leave a comment. You could win the "Clownin' Around" stamp set or any of the other stamp set we are previewing this week. Winners are announced each day on each of the Sneaky Peek threads.