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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Designer Stickles are here!

You've been hearing a lot about the Designer Series Distress ™ Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger. There is a new collection of Distressed Stickles by Tim Holtz and Glitz by Suze Weinberg. According to Ranger, here are the benefits to these new Designer Stickles:

Designer Series Distress ™ Stickles Glitter Glue
Distress Stickles by Tim Holtz has a unique combination of variegated glitter sizes and a matte look to complement the nostalgic palette of Distress Products. Application of Distress Stickles provides a thicker, bolder application than traditional Stickles.

• Acid free, non-toxic
• Non-settling formula
• Premium quality glitter
• Signature Designer colors
• Convenient .5 fl. Oz. bottles with needlenose applicator

These new Distressed Stickles are fabulous! They are a little thicker than your favorite Stickles and it looks a little more like shattered glass. The tip of the bottle is bigger than the regular Stickles in order to accomodate the thicker consistency.

Designer Series Glitz Stickles Glitter Glue
Glitz Stickles by Suze Weinberg come in bright colors, are extra sparkly and add lots of bling to your projects.

• Acid free, non-toxic
• Non-settling formula
• Premium quality glitter
• Signature Glitz colors
• Convenient .5 fl. Oz. bottles with needlenose applicator

eclectic Paperie now has them all for you. We also have our famous "I Want It All" offers for those that need them all. These make great stocking stuffers for your stampin' friends. They also add that extra dimension and sparkle to your paper crafts. We do have all the colors in stock but these will go fast.

Have a great weekend! Hope lots of family, friends, and shopping fun is on your list.


Monday, November 24, 2008

Let the Year-End Sale Begin!

Let the Year End Sale Begin!
20% to 50% off
Our year end sale has begun. We've marked down lots of items in most every category. From patterned paper, stamps and alterable items, you can grab some deals to help you stock up for those winter days. Here are some products that have been discounted:

  • Lizzie Anne stamps = 20% off Crafty Secrets = 20%
  • Clip-It-Up = 20% Kasier Crafts rhinestones and pearls = 20-%
  • Basic Grey Collections - 40% Crate Paper = 40%
  • Fancy Pants Designs papers and stamps = 40%
  • Daisy D's = 40% My Mind's Eye Holiday collections = 40%
  • Imaginisce Holiday stamps, papers and embellishments = 40%
  • Page Frame acrylics = 40%
  • Maya Road chipboard in tins = 40%
  • Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists = 40% Basic Grey Holiday stamps, papers, and embellishments = 40%
  • Prima Flowers = 50% Paper Salon stamps = 50%
  • Technique Tuesday stamps = 50%
  • Bare Elements alterable items = 50%
  • Most Cuttlebug embossing folders and dies = 50%

Grab some coffee and go to to browse and shop. Quantities are limited and once these items are gone, they are sold out.

eclectic Paperie also has lots of Winter/Holiday stamps and papers and most are on sale. Make sure you check out them HERE.

Happy Shopping!


Thursday, November 20, 2008

Cocoa with Changito

A week from today is Thanksgiving and my family is very excited about Turkey today. My 7 year old daughter was promised that she can make the mashed potatoes this year so it's a big deal for her. It's great to see things through the eyes of kids.

The Christmas season gives us adults to be like kids again, doesn't it? We always need some Christmas spirit in our hearts. Anyways, here's one of my first Christmas cards for this year. Lovin' this Changito Cocoa stamp. It could be used throughout the winter. I thought that this Cup O' Cheer paper from the Imaginisce Snowy Jo collection with this stamp went together. The paper already has the shimmer on it. It is also double-sided. I added the Liquid Applique on Changito's Santa hat for more dimension. Easy card to mass produce for some special friends. Maybe a Starbucks gift card or come special mug with some hot chocolate packets would be good presents with this card.

Cheers! Daisy

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Christmas Gift Tags

Happy November! Sorry I was gone way too long from blogging but I am back now and will promise to write and upload with frequency.

Here are my quick and easy Christmas tags that I quickly assembled. Just used some plain manila tags, some ink and my favorite blending tool. I am always intimated by some of the intricate stamp designs out there. How do you ink them up? How do you get the colors in all those places? So, I opted for the monochromatic look for simplicity and classic style. When you have to make a large quantity, it's also easier to work with just a few colors. Less is more, right?

I loved these new Tim Holtz Collection/Holiday 2008 stamps. The one I used here was the Santa Letter ATC size. It screams vintage and shabby. The velvet ric-rac was the perfect embellishment. I also added some Stickles for some sparkle and dimension. So, I made several dozens of these so that I have them ready to put on hostess gifts like bottles of wine, candy, candles and homemade goodies. With a little raffia, velvet or gingham ribbons, they will add that personal touch for my gift-giving this year.