Tuesday, December 6, 2011

December Product Tour!!

Hey everyone, it's finally here!!! Tonight is the November My Favorite Things New Release!! You have (not so, lol)patiently waited through all 7 days of teasers, and now it is FINALLY time to SHOP!! But before you do that, it is time for this month's New Product Tour! We are no longer having blog hops, but all the designers are working SO hard to show you all the sets being released tonight, so be sure to head to Kim's Blog for a list of who, what, and where!!



Tonight, my job is to show you the new Pure Innocence Good Fortune set...possibly my most FAVORITE yet!! I spent 5yrs on Okinawa with my family(Dad was in the Army), and I used to do home exchanges through the girl scouts there. Some of my most fond memories from living there, are going on these home visits, going to the Japanese festivals, and being dressed in a kimono...those things are HARD to walk in, and don't get me started on those un-comfy wooden shoes!!



For my card tonight, I started by stamping my girl on X-Press It Blending card, and some MME Sunshine paper. I paper pieced her kimono, and colored the rest with my Copics. My card stock colors are Black Licorice, Fossil, and So Saffron. I cut my flower out with the new Fringed Perennial Die-namics. I used the Double Scalloped Border Die-namics for my scallops, and the First Place Award Ribbon Die-namics for my sentiment. My ribbon is Black Seam Binding from the Ribbon Carousel. My brads are from Michael's.



For the inside of my card, I used more of the same supplies, and another sentiment from this set.

This little cutie pie sells for $9.

Here are the Die-namics I used:









The Cherry on Top is earned when you spend $150 before shipping and tax, earning you $15 off your order. Once that amount is hit, the coupon code will pop up on your screen, which you can write down and then apply to your order in your shopping cart. If you remove things from your cart, making it fall below $150, the coupon code will be removed automatically.

Also, remember that SOMEONE out there is giving out blog candy, and the BEST way to win, is to comment on ALL the designers blogs!! Good luck!!

Now, off to Kim's Blog for a full list of designer's participating!! Happy Stamping!!

20 comments:

Jackie Pedro said...

She is so cute, Spanky!! Great job!

zehra said...

cute and lovely, love the black accents.

Dawn Easton said...

Gorgeous, Jessie! Love that layered flower you've added to this pretty card!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

LOVE your cute card design with this adorable P.I.

Cindy said...

Another beautiful card, Jessie!! I just love your ribbon and swirly's!! Great flowers too!! Love her sash!!

Melissa E said...

Beautiful. Very elegant use of three colors.

Peggy said...

Fabulous card!

Jennifer said...

Jessie,

She is a "little cutie"!!! :) And I love the sayings (I waitressed at a Japanese restaurant when I was in high school and we used to always say "domo arigato"! ;) You picked the perfect colors to show her off!

Thanks so much for sharing!

Crafty hugs,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

cutiephinphin said...

Love the colors you used and how you layered the flower. Beautiful card!

StampOwl said...

ohhh love the yellow and black theme you have going here.

Laurie said...

Great colors and layout.

Lisa H. said...

awwww! love your back story with this Jessie....so fun to learn about you. love what you did with her....beautiful work!

wendy said...

this is one amazing very pretty card Jessie...LOVE IT...great colors, love the flowers and flourish

debbie said...

I love the yellow and black color theme. The die-cut flourishes add a lot of interest.

Debbie Carriere said...

So adorable, Jessie!! Love the flowers!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Beautiful, Jessie! Your flowers are gorgeous!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

BEAUTIFUL! The yellow and black combo is STUNNING!~!!

Tanya said...

adorable! I love your color combo too, very elegant!

Tricia said...

Classy! What great colors for the Asian theme!

Michele Boyer said...

This is soooo pretty! Love the papers and that gorgeous flower!