Thursday, March 24, 2011

Inchie Club Fun & Spellbinder Die Fun from Marj

I told you the Pan Pastel order came in yesterday . . . here's the 're-filled' basket full of individual Pan Pastels for you to select from. There is also a 20-color set available, too!

Inchie Club members had fun last night. Here are examples of the Inchie art that was passed around 'for the taking' . . .

 by Jenny Ward

These two were made by Jenny Ward. Notice
that she used her Spellbinders Nestabilities and
the embossing folders
for the background papers and the
"sweet" tag.
by Jenny Ward

by Sam Lee

Beautiful cherry blossoms, aren't they?

 by Linda Beveridge

These two are from Linda Beveridge.
Don't you love the cat playing bunny? Too cute!

by Linda Beveridge

 The next 3 are from Jeannie Coen. Everyone raved about the baby shoes and how Jeannie carefully cute around each of the shoestrings and let one of them dangle below the Inchie square.

by Jeannie Coen

by Jeannie Cohen

by Jeannie Cohen

 by Sue White

These are from Sue White.
I don't know if you can see that the umbrella in the
top Inchie is actually 3-D made from paper . . . extremely clever!
As are the clovers surrounding the little critter below!
by Sue White

Marj has been having fun using her new Spellbinders' Grand Caliber machine. She brought in 3 card samples to show you how easy it is to make a beautiful card using the newly released dies . . . some are still available at the store.

Remember to bring in what you would like to 're-sell' at Recycled Rubber a week from Saturday. Your items need to have your assigned initials on each item when you bring them into the store; you may price your own items or ask the staff to do it; and you should let the staff know if you want any of the items back if they don't sell after a few months go by.

Gotta go . . . the Graphic 45 order arrived today and I want to see what was in the box!

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