Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Heartfelt Creations NEW Nestabilities & Stamps

Go to this link to see card samples of new products released at 12 Midnight tonight (EDT) . . . and look under "new products. Spellbinders issued 2 new diecuts only available through Heartfelt Creations right now that match their new stamp release . . . and Art 'n Soul ordered items before 9:30 p.m., local time (thanks to the extra efforts of Sue). If you were not some of the lucky few who were able to place their own "new release" orders at ANS, stop into the store so we can show you what's been ordered, and you can reserve what you'd like before the shipment arrives. Heartfelt Creations will ship on June 30. According to HC, they will not backorder any of the items ordered that they are unable to fill from this first release. And the next run of these items won't happen until the latter part of July. On their homepage, they now have a "slide show" of samples that are just stunning. Watch for the class date on these new releases at the store as well.

Marj's "Layers of Spring" class tonight (and last night) was one of the best. It's amazing what a dynamic look you can achieve from Spellbinder Nestabilities, especially using the label sets. An order is going in before the end of the week so you, too, can enjoy this new technique. Marj will leave the class samples, along with a variety of other "stunning" examples of this technique at the store for a couple of days. Not only are the examples more than worthy of card fronts, they would make exquisite framed works of art for gift giving. It's worth an extra trip to Art 'n Soul to view them! With sufficient interest, she is willing to schedule another class "down the road".

Those of us who were in class discussed the possibility of a "trading day." From the various classes, a lot of us have accumulated playing card sets, Spellbinder nestability sets, and paper napkin sets so we might continue making similar products and use techniques learned at the class(es). I don't know about you, but there are only so many altered playing card creations I can make and it won't take up 75% of the 52-card deck. And then there are the multitude of cocktail napkins that I've purchased because we've learned to peel away the layers to make beautiful card creations. And until I'm able to afford owning all of the nestability sets that are out there, I'd like to try out a few of the ones I don't have. Look for a "trade and play day" announcement where we can meet at the store to "trade playing cards, cocktail napkins and cut out a few nestability shapes that you'd like to experiment with.

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