Wednesday, 13 May 2009

CHA Winter 09 Arrival VI ****updated***

They're all here!!

Doodlebug's collection this season is sooo cute! Patterned papers, glitter stickers and embellishments galore!!





Making Memories' NEW Slice cartridges


Small Shimmer Alpha Stickers - always comes in handy!


Metal charms




Here's Websters Pages - oh so lovely!!! The whole page pictures here does not come close to describing the true beauty of these designs so you MUST see them for yourselves before they fly off the shelves!








Die-cut stickers - a whole sheet of them. GORGEOUS!


Die-cut alpha stickers


More pictures to come - PRIMA!! Hang in there :)

A massive array of flowers from Prima - we kid you not!!!


Flowers in giant tubs - no such thing as "No flowers" in your stash!


Back by popular demand but this time, try it with a spritz of Glimmer Mist. NICE!!!!







Comes with attachable pins so you can use these flowers to dress up your shirt or bag. 





Butterflies! 


Felt die-cuts


Remember Prima's Crystal Swirls? Introducing the Pearl Swirls - "drool-worthy"!



This season, it's all about FABRICS! Take the challenge and give it a go in your next layout! ;)




7 comments:

Renoa said...

Ahhhhh!!!!
hang on there!! lol!

{ Yu'er } said...

that's what i am waiting for!!!

Ivory Pearl Interiors said...

I love the butterflies!

Princess Gizmo said...

This is MADNESS!!!!

*DROOLING*

Pip said...

Hey Shabby Chic :D

I finally bought the stamps! YAYYYYYY!!! I'd like to share with you what I've been using them for :D But only once I get teh hang of stamping. :S It's a bit tricky for me. :S I have some questions, if you could help me. :D

1. When I stamp, not all the impression of the stamps stick to the surface (paper). I tend to miss teh middle [art. What am I doing wrong?

2. Are the rubber stamps removable from the acrylic block?

Thanks Shabby Chic! :D

xxx Pip

Shabby Chic said...

Hi Pip.

Glad you got your stamps :)

Make sure that you place your acrylic stamp in the middle of your acrylic block. After inking your stamp evenly, apply the same amount of pressure throughout the acrylic stamp when stamping on a surface.

I'm not sure which rubber stamps you are referring to but perhaps the packaging would indicate whether it is compatible with an acrylic block.

Hope this helps!

SC

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your help! :D Oh i was talking about the clear stamps I mentioned before.. the Happy Birthday and Thank you ones :D I LOVE THEM SO MUCH! I know I'll love them even more once I learn more ways how to use them (instead of just stamping right away hehe.. maybe some embossing? heheh)I'm coming in for ribbons next! yippeee! I LOVE SHABBY CHIC! :D

Pips