Sunday, January 29, 2012

A February Sneak Peek from Stamp School!

Today I want to share with you a sneak peek from the TWO new stamp sets that Stamp School will be releasing on February 1.  PLUS, there are FOUR new paper, ink, and luscious felt colors available on Wednesday as well! How about these names: Wild Cherry, Red Hot, Cotton Candy and Grape Jelly!! YUM! Here is my peek for today:
I decided to do a CAS design and I love how it turned out. I scored two lines at the top, and then also at the bottom on the grass. I used Cotton Candy and Hot Fudge ink. I am ready for spring! Be sure to check out what the other Faculty members have to show you today too!

I love the cardstock that Stamp School offers:

Cardstock:
Poptone Cardstock from Stamp School is a heavy 100lb cover weight cardstock.  It works brilliantly for card bases.  However, we suggest you score your cardstock before you fold it.  It's just THAT heavy weight!  The Poptone Cardstock cuts beautuifully with any diecut machine and die, even the wafter thin steel rule dies from My Favorite Things or Spellbinders.  It has matching dye inks, and matching wool felt.

The Sweet Tooth is now my heavier weight white cardstock of choice! I love the weight and quality. 
Be sure to check out all Stamp School has to offer, and take a look at what my fellow Faculty members have created to show you today:
Stamp School Owner Lisa will be highlighting her creations on the Stamp School blog, so head on over there to see all the excitement! Sneak Peek #2 coming up tomorrow! 

PLUS, join my Geometry Class Sketch Challenge! With few entries, your chances of winning are HIGH! The deadline is Tuesday!
Stamps:  Hannah Flying A Kite & Easter Blessings by Stamp School
Paper: Sweet Tooth, Cotton Candy (Stamp School, DP by Basic Grey
Ink: Cotton Candy, Hot Fudge (Stamp School)
Accessories: Fiskars grass punch, Scor-Pal

2 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

What a wonderful Spring card!! It's getting closer~ :)

Rochelle said...

This card is like sunshine! Just bright and beautiful!