July is flying by and we added several sweet little gals to the shop and a dancing kitty. There will be a surprise "soft release" this Wednesday, July 26 so please stay tuned!
Our first July release has become a shop favorite-- our Kokeshi Dolls
. It's a set of five little cuties, and accent flower and a sentiment. With our ATC challenge theme using your favorite VLS character with blooms this set has been certainly been a hit! Our design team has posted fabulous samples featuring these gals. We are finding these gals as so easy to color, fussy cut and paper piece! Chiyogami Paper makes a terrific background or fussy cut for a doll's kimono. We are also loving the play with hair color as this lime green-headed Kokeshi by design team member Mischelle Smith. This will be one of the stunning cards traded in our current ATC swap!
Our second July release is "Just Dance
." This value bundle 8 stamp set
comes with a sweet ballerina in her tutu, her dancing kitty, a studio door, a headband and crown and sentiments. The studio door can be trimmed to make a glass window with acetate for any of our characters to stand behind. Use our little dancer alone or with the other elements in the set. This set is adorable for the dancer in your life, journal entries, birthday greetings and invites. Add glitter and gems to create a special artwork for someone special.
We have all had our share of crafting disasters in our studio spaces. My dog loves to come into my studio and stretches his little body to eat paper items off my table. I have found many long labored cards and coloring half eaten in other parts of our home. Or maybe when I nearly drank my paint water or cleaned my brush in my coffee? Or when precious Copics unknowingly fell into the wastebasket and had to be replaced! Unfortunately my list is not a short one. If you have a crafting disaster we are doing a give-away for your story on our private VLS FB group
. Please join us and you have a chance to win the July 26th soft release set.
Hello. These look great and wonderful although im not quite sure that I fully comprehend what these are. Are they sticker, stamps, or posters?ReplyDelete