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Announcements of Winners and New Products

So Glad to report the Challenge Winners from last month

The Winner is Seerafeena!   She was voted on by the Design Team, it was a very, very close vote!

Seerafeena will receive 12 digital collages and our other participants will each get 3 collages.   

The Design Team Winner is Melanie for her gorgeous retro tree! CONGRATS Melanie!


We hope to "knock your socks off" with some of the new lines and products we will be adding to the website.    New TAGS and Envelopes are coming soon, along with gorgeous colors of seam bindings and twill ribbons.  

Dyan Reaveley  'Inbetweenies' Stamp set

SILKS  These are easy to use paints that create a semi-gloss glaze that is 

not too shiny; not too flat; but just right! This glaze allows silks to dry in- between coats to 

keep the glaze layers distinct and create depth; or blend the colors while the glazes are 

still wet if you prefer that effect. They are formulated for all surfaces. This jar contains one 

ounce of Silks Acrylic Glaze. Comes in a variety of colors (each sold separately). 

Made in USA.

FABULOUS new tags, envelopes and FUN - See Famous and Infamous Hotels such as 

the Mayflower (Washington DC) and others that will be such great project starters!

Add Dyan Reaveley Spray Inks for fabulous color, add our new ribbons for pizzaz!

Dyan Reaveley Doodle Delight Stamp Set ~ I see Hair, Hats, Mermaid tails and more!
Stamp this on paper and then be inspired to add to it with your own doodles or stamps.

Sorbet Dimensional Paint. This paint holds dimension; creates texture; has sparkle and 

 shimmer.   Fabulous on Paper, canvas boards, It is permanent on fabric and is able to be 

 used on multiple surfaces.  Layering creates amazing results, but can also be  

transparent!   Package contains 2 oz bottle of paint.    

Made in USA.

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