Introducing: Kitchen Staples and Veggies, Please Bundles

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I am so excited to share the first bundles in our upcoming In The Kitchen Collection; Veggies, Please and our Kitchen Staples Bundle.

Here is a video run down of all the new products, a bunch of great cards from our Brand Ambassadors and stamping with these new goodies.

The Kitchen Staples Bundle includes accessories and essentials that work perfectly with every other Bundle in the “In the Kitchen” Collection and is a must have for creating gorgeous cards and having lots of versatility for your designs.

The Kitchen Staples Bundle Includes:

  • Potluck Party Patterned Paper
  • Des Moines Sequin Mix
  • Stitched Squares Dies
  • Picture Frame Dies

These products can be purchased individually or as a bundle at a discount.

When we put together the Potluck Party Paper, we really wanted to mimic the feel of kitchen floors, wallpaper and curtains from the 1970's. We chose a color palette of Spa Inks that felt like the right throwback to time. Anyone else have memories of avocado appliances or orange vinyl flooring?

The color palette includes:

  • Rouge
  • Mandarin Spice
  • Sauna
  • Green Tea
  • Eucalyptus
  • Icing on the Cake
  • Over Coffee

If you ever struggle with color schemes, using the pattern paper as a jump off point will get you card making in no time.

The Picture Frame Dies are a set of nesting dies that cut out an adorable flourished square. Fit them together to cut frames or use them individually to create a layer to pop on your card.

The Stitched Squares Dies were created to layer perfectly with the Picture Frame Dies for tons of creating possibilities!

With our patterned paper, we think you need coordinating sequins so let us introduce Des Moines Sequin Mix!

This mix has sequins that go great with Sauna, Mandarin Spice and Green Tea with lots of pops of warm, metallic browns. And how about those Mandarin Spice little flowers?

The Veggies, Please Bundle includes fun and funky veggies, sentiment stamps mimicking refrigerator magnets as well as a stencil and background stamp to create cool textural backgrounds for your cards.

Includes:

  • Veggies, Please Stamps & Dies
  • Rocks-Ann Background Stamp
  • Magnetic Messages Stamp Set
  • Off the Loom Stencil

The images in the Veggies, Please Stamp Set are a funky mod take on garden veggies. Carrot, Artichoke, Peas…all with a “bunch” of sentiments that are sure to brighten someone's day.

These cards by Kristie Goulet feature a bright color scheme of Party Colors with a graphic black and white pop. I love the pop of the Stitched Square die on the carrot card.

Next is the coordinating Veggies, Please Dies. Use them to cut and piece together your veggies and green tops- a nice way to add dimension to your creation.

My mom was big into macrame back in the 1970s and 80s…we had macrame pot holders, plant holders and even a glass table top that hung from a macrame “sling” from the ceiling. This stencil reminded me of that and so we call it Off the Loom! I think it works perfectly with the stamps in this bundle.

Next item in the bundle is the Rocks-Ann Background Stamp. This stamp was created to have sketchy, pebble look with a bit of a watercolor painted feel.

It reminds us of the beaded curtains that hung in doorways in the 1970s. Can you hear Sting singing in the background? Rocks-Ann!!

To finish it all off you need a great sentiment set! The Magnetic Messages Stamp Set inspiration came from the magnetic strips of words you can use on the refrigerator to create sentences and messages.

Stamp your sentiment and trim around it to add to a card, or stamp several on one card for more words of love and encouragement!

The Veggies, Please Bundle is a delightful mix of funky and 1970s inspired images and patterns.

Join me on YouTube for the release festivities:

  • Thursday at Noon Eastern – bundle reveal
  • Friday at Noon Eastern – bundle reveal
  • Sunday at 8 PM Eastern – 6 cards with the new collection
  • Monday at Noon Eastern – bundle reveal

Tune in tomorrow to see what is next “In the Kitchen”!!

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