The boxes continue to come in, despite Old Man Winter holding up our Ranger order getting in! Take a look at the new product in the store this week from Pam Carriker, Authentique “Smitten” Collection as well as products for our art journalers and card makers
Pam Carriker Stamps
Pam Carriker’s stamps continue to be amongst one of our most popular stamps and always a customer favorite. They do not last on our shelves for very long. Awaken your muse with our newest collection of cling mount stamps by Pam Carriker. – reflections of her own hand drawings and carved images originally featured in Somerset Studio! Transform these distinctive portraits, reminiscent of a Shakespearean cast of characters, in your next paper crafting, art journaling, and mixed-media creations with a dab of paint, intricate lettering or personal musings, and the addition of any materials of your choosing. Lovers of handmade, make your mark with Pam Carriker’s debut stamp line to infuse your own signature style.
Authentique -“Smitten Collection”
Valentine’s Day is just over a month away, time to start planning your cards, paper crafts and scrapbook pages. Use the new collection “Smitten” by Authentique to create pages full of whimsy and love. Look closely, these papers can be used beyond Valentine’s day, especially if you have a little girl.
Marvy Uchida – Heart Paper Crimper
Corru-gator Paper Crimpers are great for adding patterns to paper. We just got in the heart crimper in time for you to make you Valentine’s. Crimp everything from cardstock, gift bags, bond paper, post cards, to foil. The Corrugator Paper Crimper crimps paper widths up to 8 1/2″ wide. They are available in 4 great patterns – we have the heart in stock.
Vintage Book Paper
All packaged up and ready to go for your art journaling and mixed media needs. These packets of paper have pages of old map books, dictionaries, sewing patterns, music sheets and more. You never know what you will find in your package.
Mixing Guide Color Wheel
Color Wheels are tools that teach color relationships by organizing colors in a circle so you can visualize how they relate to each other. Their uses are endless with art journaling, scrapbooking, card making, painting, paper crafting and even decorating. They are a very useful tool for learning relationships with color.
Come in tomorrow and get out of the “cold” some creative therapy will keep you warm!