Don't you just love new rubbah? Today's mail included some of the new backgrounders and images by talented artist Aimee Nugent! Aimee has been working behind the scenes at CHF to produce some distinct and inspirational stamps. You'll be happy to know that the backgrounders she created are now available: Sophisticated Swirl and Fine Finials. Aimee's Inspirational Easter stamps will be released this Tuesday.
Want a sneak peak?
-Easter Filled With Love (Aimee Nugent) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Dove with Branch (Aimee Nugent) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Sophisticated Swirl (Aimee Nugent) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Espresso by Ranger
-White Colorbox Queue by Clearsnap
-Rose Colorbox Queue by Clearnsap
-Suede Brown Dark by Prism Paper
-Razzleberry Medium by Prism Paper
-White Prismatic by Prism Paper
-C-1 Ciao Copic
Make sure you do some "blurfing" on the other CHF design team member's blogs to see even MORE sneak peaks (you can find them listed at the right under My CHF Design Pals)
On a final note...I have to shout out a special thanks to Gina K!!!! I can still hardly believe it but I won the Janome Sew Mini she had for blog candy. When I first saw cards being sewn I was so excited I began my search for a Janome. Unfortunately, I found out they are not readily available in Canada. I ended up going to the local thrift store and buying a 1970's clunker...it was green and smelled of mildew. In fact I ended up naming it the beast. I think it weighed 25lbs! To tell you the truth, I really didn't care what it looked like more so than what it was going to do for me. As a non sewer I enlisted the help of my MIL who helped me with the settings. By the time she had a good look at it she told me that what I wanted to do with it would not happen. The machine ate my paper! I was SOOO sad. Ever since then, faux stitching has been my means of adding that sewn look to my cards. Although I have shown you some "sewn" cards on my blog, I had help with those...thanks goes to my MIL, Ang Clow and to Sherrie Siemens who graciously shared their sewing skills with me.
Now with Gina K's help I will actually be able to make my own bobbin, thread the machine, insert the bobbin and make real stitches on my card!!! Have you seen her FAB tutorials? For a newbie sewer like me I TOTALLY needed those tutorials.
Have a wonderful Saturday!