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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

New from Accu-Cut and Autumn Leaves

Lots of new products in today....Autumn Leaves...Accu-Cut...here are some samples:


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You can't see the glitter here but these papers are BEAUTIFUL! 
Autumn Leaves does such a great job on paper!  All the swirls &
stars are covered with glitter...you'll love it!  And there are
chipboard pieces to match.


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Four new sets of stamps from Autumn Leaves (yes, I know there are
only 3 here...the other is fall & Christmas)  They're so
awesome they won't last long....


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Rub On Tins from Autumn Leaves, too!  Love these big rub ons...the other tin has quotes.


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These are GREAT die cuts from Accu-Cut.  Buy the paper here
& you can use our machine for free.  I made about 40 of these
leaves this morning in 10 minutes.  Fast, easy & super
cute!  And for those fall festivities, we have a cute pumpkin die
cut as well as lots & lots of boxes & bags.  If you haven't
tried our Accu-Cut machine, you're missing out!


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These are the goodie boxes the Scrap Pink gals received.  Making
Memories supplied the super cool boxes & had some great products in
them...and then I added tons of stuff from Fiskars, Creative
Imaginations, Beaux Regards, Petaloo, EK Success...everyones was a
little different....and then I decorated them with a ribbon & name
tags that I made.  I used the new label maker from Around the Block
and I LOVED it!  Super easy to use...very cute!  The flower
punch is from EK Success and is a large Paper Shaper flower.  I
attached it to the name tags with the Crop-a-dile from We R Memory
Keepers, which I could not live my crafting life without.  Very
cool....more will be in the store shortly. 


Time to hang leaves from the windows!  Hey, what a great idea to
do at home!  I think I'll punch out tons of leaves & hang them
from my ceiling with fishing line & thumb tacks....hmmmmm...we do
that every year with snowflakes....fall leaves would be really
cool!  Have a GREAT day!

1 comment:

  1. So, the paper with the rolling pins on it. Could you print a recipe on a
    single pin, mount it on a heavy piece of paper, cut it out, and have a
    "recipe card". Hmmmm . . .

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