Wednesday, January 13, 2010

NEW!! Project 12 Class

Scrapadoodle is offering a new class called Project 12 to keep you challenged throughout 2010. Lisa will be here in January to kick off this new endeavor. You will create a one-page layout, a two-page layout, and a card or two. Along with leaving class with these items, you will learn a couple of new techniques. Lisa will use her new favorite cartridge on the Cricut, "It's Cold Outside," and show you how to create some fabulous snowflakes on glitter paper and on stencil plastic. We will use then use those stencil cut-outs to create wonderful effects with Glimmer Mist. And if that is not enough, you will leave class with some inspiration from the Internet to keep you spurred on for a whole month. Come join in the excitement on Sunday, January 31, from 1:00 - 3:00!!

Scrappin' with Carrie

Here is this month's sample for Carries layout class. Come Tuesday January 26th from 6-8 and you'll leave with this layout: You have to see the little lights on the right--they are so cute and look like real lights! Just click on the picture and you'll see what I mean. Call the store at 691-5152 to sign up.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Valentine's Day

We've started to see new product arrive for Valentine's day---here's some peeks at what we've received:

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Winter Wonderland Cricut Cartridge

We thought you might want to know a little about this cartridge.
Winter never looked so pretty! This collection is a fresh take and different style. The elegant images look great layered, but are magnificent silhouettes as well. This is a shape cartridge but it also contains a stylish font perfect for embellishing. With this cartridge, the woodland is a wonderland!
Check out what you can create with this cartridge:

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Film strip ribbon

It's been on back order but now it's here! From Tim Holtz comes film strip ribbon--a really cool new product alot of you have been waiting for. Here is how Tim used it on one of his 12 tags of Christmas: It comes in this cute little tin and you get ALOT--108 inches to be exact (that's about 9 feet if you are math challenged like me!)