Welcome to the New Year. Lots of exciting things are on the drawing board here. Just back from CHA with so many new products & ideas buzzing around in my head I am not sure where to start.
Denise is hard at work with her new collection which is expected to be ready at the end of the month. Sneak peaks look fab.
Meanwhile we have some new papers that are at both extremes.
The first one is for those unusual projects which require a unique paper -
this is it: Rusty Corrugated Iron 3500
In the middle of the two extremes is a fun paper pack with six images of ephemera - vintage map of Paris in the 1800s, vintage writing, some French ads & a coffee coloured piece of music. These can be used as backgrounds on cards; tear & distress the edges for pieces to add to projects & also for scrapbooking. The papers are 145mm square.
At the other extreme are the Ladies in White - a 12x12" with a 4x12" strip:
as well as some of the images reduced in size so that the largest edge of either the square or the rectangle is 145mm. This is the Ladies in White mini pack.
The images are from watercolour paintings from the Impressionist School from 1800s & 1900s.
Have fun creating with these new papers
Bye for now