Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Last Day of our Review for our New Stamps

Hi Folks!

Wow, I can't believe how quickly the week has gone by. We have had so much fun preparing for and showcasing you all of these fabulous cards. The next few weeks are going to be exciting here at Prickley Pear. We are launching a brand new website! And believe me, it is so much easier to use and find what you want. We will be announcing a new design team on September 1 as well. And be sure to check back with us on August 29th as we will be announcing the three lucky winners to receive much of this release. Thank you all for your participation! Your comments have been very fun to read.


Stamps used: CLR031A Poinsettia 2 Holiday and Matching die, GG0180 Frosty the Snowman and GG0184 Snowman with Lantern 

Stamps used: HH0147 Mistletoe, GG0179 Jingle Bells and FF0087 Peaceful Season
Stamps used: HH0145 Rudolph Headlines

12 comments:

  1. I want ALL of the new Stamp sets and dies!!!

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  2. Gorgeous creations, ladies! Every day has been full of such wonderful inspiration. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  3. Great cards! I've enjoyed seeing your creations each day. Such beautiful stamps and dies.... can't wait to get some of the new release items!

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  4. Adoreable textstamps and other retrostamps to go with tis season. Love how you've used them to be backgrounds aswell as focal points. Those retro stamps are old favorites of stamps I've got :)

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  5. Such a fun new release....loved them all, and nice to have the holiday stamps in time to use them :>)

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  6. It's hard to pick a favorite from the samples you are revealing.... I want them all!

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  7. Great stamps! Can't decide which one(s) I like best. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  8. Beautiful cards!!!! Love the pretty blue on the first one with fun pine branches. The second is so pretty with the mistletoe and I love the corner die cuts and the fun coloring on the Rudolph card!

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