The November Release is Here – Celebrating Creativity!

The November Release is Here – Celebrating Creativity!




The November Release is here!

Our November release is here, and it’s all about creativity!! Our new Italian Twist stamp set with coordinating die is paired with the versatile I work for Watercolor stamp set and coordinating dies, as well as the A Blank Journal set for an inspiring message for fellow creatives!

Our awesome Charlie the Chameleon has a girlfriend this month – Charlotte the Chameleon! Colored and cut with her coordinating dies, Charlotte is painting with the brush from I Work For Watercolor, and the sentiment is from the Charlotte set.

You know our passion for stencils and foiling dies! This card pairs our new Basket weave Stencil with the Craftiness is Happiness layering foiling and cutting dies!

Do people tell you you spend too much time crafting? Tell them art grows brain cells with this fun new single sentiment set. Susie used images from I Work for Watercolor to complete the scene.

There are a million ways to use stencils, and we love this one – Angela placed the Moroccan Tiles stencil into wet watercolor to create a backdrop for the new layering Congrats die. Quick and simple, but a real wow.

Even if you don’t watercolor – you can definitely make a gorgeous watercolor card with I work for Watercolor and the coordinating dies – perfect for the creative people in your life.

Our new Roses stencil is a bit of a show stealer – Angela used the Life Changing Blender brushes and multiple inks for this soft beauty, and finished it off with our Lovely Foiled Impressions die.

It’s a delicate subject, but we all get a year older sometime, right? This adorable fishy stamp set called One Year Older takes the sting out of birthdays with its sweet, whimsical stamps and dies. Mindy used the Ocean of Fish stencil ask well as our 3.5″ blending stencil for a background with the Life Changing Blender Brushes


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