Monday, June 15, 2009

Sneak Peeks - FINALLY!

Well, you knew I wouldn't be able to wait til the end of June to give you some sneak peeks of new stuff, didn't you?

Tonight was my monthly Team Meeting. Of course everyone was asked to use something we were able to get early, so that we can start building our inventory of new ideas to share with you, our customers!

So, without further ado:
Sandy's contribution. This is the outside of a gift holder. It was stamped with the Razzle Dazzle set and she used a clear button for the closure.
And here's the inside of the gift holder. Made with Rich Razzleberry CS and the Razzleberry Lemonade DSP. Guess she was in a Razzle mood, huh?

And here's Del's contribution:
She used Crushed Curry, Bermuda Bay CS, Razzleberry Lemonade DSP, and the new Hostess Level II set, Asian Artistry.

Here's Patti's. She was the only one of us brave enough to splurge on the new Big Shot "Look Here" die. She used it well, too!

And, finally, here's my swap for tonight:
I used Dusty Durango, Crushed Curry, Ivory CS, as well as the Crushed Curry Polka Dot ribbon with the new Level III Hostess set, "Kind & Caring Thoughts".

I think it's interesting that none of us used the same set to make our swaps!

We also made a couple of charts to share with our customers, using the new "In" colors.

The first one shows the inks, markers, CS, textured CS, and polka dot ribbon for all 6 "In" colors.
This next one takes the new "In" colors and compares them with some of the other 48 colors that we carry all the time. The "In" colors run down the left side of the page, and then we added other colors of CS along side them. Presents a great visual.

It's amazing how much you think the "In" colors look like some of the other colors - until you compare them side by side. That's what we're trying to convey with this chart.
And here are your cat pix for the day...
That's Smudge - took the photo thru the back of one of my wrought iron patio chairs!
And Smedley, acting cool on one of the wooden the patio chairs.

Happy stampin'!


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