Hello friends! I apologize for jumping back into blogland last week, only to disappear once again this week. My beloved iMac had a hard drive failure on Monday and though everything was backed up, I'm having to limp along on an old computer until I get my baby up and running again. Technology is so amazing when it works...and when it doesn't, well that's what wine is for!
I did want to hop on today and give you a heads up that the newest kits from Scrapbook & Cards Today are now live and available for order! Our scrapbook kit, Falling Leaves, features new papers from the Echo Park Teacher's Pet line (designed by the lovely Jen Gallacher) as well as the whimsical papers from Crate Paper's Wonder line. It's a wonderfully warm mix of natural woodgrain, cozy plaids, and whimsical patterns with a wide selection of coordinated embellishments like felt florals, gold paper clips, and exclusive wood and vellum shapes. And each kit comes with a 4 x 6 acrylic stamp set designed to coordinate with elements of the kit.
The video below gives you a closer peek at all of the gorgeous goodies!
And if you are a card maker, be sure to check out Apple Crisp, our card kit. The gorgeous hues of autumn are featured in the eclectic mix of papers, all with scaled-down patterns perfect for card making. The embellishment collection is accented with gold, wood, and cork embellishments, all designed to be the perfect finishing touch to your creative recipes!
Fall is definitely my favorite season and I tend to scrap more as the weather turns cooler and the leaves start to change. I've selected the products for these kits with that in mind and plan to spend many an afternoon with them at my scrap table (with a pumpkin spice latte nearby, of course) Hope you'll check out the kits and let me know what you think!
We are headed to a family reunion over the long weekend will be celebrating my grandma's 98th birthday. I'm looking forward to putting some clicks on my camera and spending the last few days of summer with those I love! Hope your Labor Day is wonderful!