Here's a peek at some of the new products I received. First there were the embellishments.
Then there were the paper packs.
The Deco Mache papers.
The die sets, I know! At this point I was getting a bit giddy.
And finally another new collection.
They have been incredibly generous and when they are looking for new team members I would definitely recommend applying as it's a lovely company to be working with.
Now, this is what I started with, a couple of cards. The first is something I wanted to try and I think it's worked really well, although the photo doesn't quite capture how dimensional it really is. I created an acetate easel card and that really gave my naive festive forest design depth.
I used papers from the Dovecraft Little Red Robin paper pack, one of the new Christmas design lines.
Next a more traditional card made from actual card! For this one I created a patterned, wonky tree which is just a few triangles piled on top of each other haphazardly, but I really like it. This one is great for batch makes as it's just so quick and easy.
I've used this design before on my first advent calendar shown here and a festive ATC last year here.
Now, if you're wondering why stationery in the title here's the reason. I put together a little stationery set using First Edition Folkland papers. I used washi tape to cover a jar lid and added puffy sticker topped paper clips and mini bulldog clips. A washi wrapped pencil and decorated notebook completed the collection.
That's it for today, more Christmas makes coming soon.