Wednesday, November 26, 2008

A few things for today!!!

Happy Wednesday!

Well "The day" is here!
This is the layout that is featured in the Canadian Scrapbooker - Winter edition 2008!
Today from 6 to 9 at The Scrapbox if you wish to have your copy signed it's the time to visit the store! I know Jenn got a large shipment in for this wonderful event! Thanks in advance for joining the fun!

A new class is available for December at the Scrapbox! Thursday Dec 11 from 6 to 9pm! "Santa's Helper" is a 2 Page LO that fuses two very stylish paper lines: Rusty Pickle's "Christmas" and SEI's "Alpine Frost"! This would be a perfect class to take to display you or your love ones in Red Velvety Splendor! Call the store at 613-745-2215 to reserve your spot!

And finally.... I just wanted to announce that I have caved..... yes.... I did... and decided to join the "cult" of the Cuttlebug lovers! Mine is not named yet.... I need to find the perfect name for it (as per the tradition at the Scrapbox!) I made these 4 wonderful cards and used the most yummiest products on them! From the Distress Stickles, Crackle Paint and Ditress Inks (all by Tim Holtz) to the Stardust and Gel Pens... the amazing embossed papers (folders used: Swiss Dots, Bird and Swirls, Snow Dots and Snowflakes) are just shinning their best! I also used the Fancy Pants Blissful Season stamp on each cards... what the perfect combo! The cards will be featured at the store! My favorite one "Holiday Magic" love the gel pen on part of the raised surface of the green cardstock.... Love Love Love!!! You can probably not notice but on the pearl paper for the red cards all the raised surface is enhance with the Stardust pen.... really lovely and glittery!

Enjoy your Wednesday!
Stéphanie xx


Kataroo said...

Those cards ROCK, I can so see why you love the cuddlebug!! I bet that was a lot of fun to do.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful cards and layout Stephanie!! Have fun tonight.


Lynette said...

Congrats on the publication. Your cards are beautiful!

Catherine said...

Your page is stunning, no wonder that chose to put it in the magazine! I love the way you layered all the elements. Total perfection!