Hello friends - thanks so much for visiting! We are on day three of our ten-day Display Stamper Blog Hop; I hope you're enjoying it as much as I am! It's wonderful to see a sneak peek of what's to come and the wonderful ways in which the Artisan team members have used these products.
I'm still working my way through the Wood Texture DSP Stack, and today is no exception - isn't it amazing?! I love all of the different patterns in this paper collection, but this particular sheet is my hands-down favourite.
Are you swooning?! Those rustic stacked logs are just incredible. I need to order the Wood Texture DSP Stack ASAP because I suspect I'll be putting it on everything.
There's a few new patterns on this card - all from the same Wood Textures DSP Stack - but don't be fooled by that circle! That's an oldie that coordinated nicely - from the Serene Scenery DSP Stack. The sentiment and the scratched, rustic stars are from the Wood Words set - to be released June 1st! - and the die-cut stars (foreground and background) are from the coordinating Wood Crate Framelits. And do you spy a new ink colour? Fresh Fig is one of the 2017-2019 In Colours; I know you'll fall in love with it just as I have.
Let's go see what Tanya is up to today; aren't you loving her amazing projects?!
Thanks so much for stopping by today - see you again tomorrow for more of the display stamper fun!
A note about my product list below: as the brand new items are currently unreleased, I'm unable to link to them in my online store. I recommend jotting down the names of your favourite items so you can check back when the 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! Catalogue goes live on June 1st! Others - like the Serene Scenery DSP Stack and Confetti Stars Punch - are retiring and only available while supplies last. These samples were made months ago; please consider this regarding items that may no longer be available. Stock is selling out and inventory is changing daily!
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