Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Stacks + Sizzix = Luv

As you may know, there are many, many, many perks for working for a scrapbook paper company. One of my favorite things is finding other amazing products in this industry that can enhance our paper and give it a whole new look. We have a great relationship with Sizzix and I am lucky to have their own, talented Julianna Hudgins as a close friend & "soul sista" :)

I truly love all of the different looks that you can get with Sizzix products and DCWV stacks.
They were super smart and snagged the hugely popular and talented Tim Holtz to design a line of dies for, smart people!!

A few of my new Tim Holtz Alterations dies from Sizzix....this was a good mail day :)

At first glance, Tim Holtz and the Garden Party stack don't seem like an obvious pair, but wait.....

It's a simple page but I love the look that these two dies add to it:

The "On the Edge" dies are totally any straight edge line a whole new look!

This Garden Party Stack is still one of my favorites...beautiful florals mixed with sophisticated patterns...and of course lots of glitter. :)

The Garden Party Stack will be available at a rock-bottom price on HSN (Home Shopping Network) next week, Sunday & Monday March 28th & 29th. Times are subject to change but currently we will be on during the 6am & 7pm Eastern hours. At least 7 different kits will be featured from us over those 2 days! Set your DVR's :)

If you are a near or around Salt Lake City, Utah, come and stop by the Scrapbook USA Expo this weekend at the Southtown Expo Center in Sandy! We will be there with 2 great booths, one for our scrapbooking & home lines and one for our digital site, All of the information is HERE. It's going to be a busy, busy weekend but there is nothing better than being surrounded by people who share your one true passion!! 

Have a great day!


  1. What fun dies! very cute page! I can't wait to see you at the expo!

  2. yep, I have some dies and embossing folders on the way. I love using the Sizzix dies with the chipboard mat stacks because it just cuts perfectly as long as you use larger open designs. And of course embossing and sanding the white core cardstock is my favorite!!!