Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Kidlet LOVE

Sometimes you get a new stack of paper and it makes you just want to CREATE!

That is what this stack did for me...


The 12x12 Kidlet Stack is already out at Jo-Ann and the 6x6 version will be on shelves the beginning of February. Love the colors, prints and complete feel of this stack...and so does our design team!

First, let me tell you a little story...

I got a new baby nephew this fall named Maximus. His mama is my husband's only sister and I really do think of her as my flesh and blood sister more than anything else. We were definitely meant to be sissys :) She is the best aunt ever and we waited a long time for her to get a baby of her own. So this little guy is a very big deal in our family! After I saw her newborn photo shoot photos, I  knew I wanted to make a mini album with the 6x6 Kidlet Stack.


I used a 6x6 chipboard mini album from Maya Road and used acrylic paint to paint it. And then it was super easy to cover all of the pages with the 6x6 paper. They fit perfectly! And could that sock monkey be any cuter? There are tons of cute elements that you can cut out from the papers of this stack.




The photo of Maximus on the bed (above) and the one with him and his owl hat (of course I gave him that cute hat ;) were printed on our new Fabric paper. It is so easy to run it through the printer to give your photos a vintage feel. I will show a tutorial on how to do this very soon!



I have a soft spot in my heart for baby boys. Maybe cause I have 2 of my own! Maximus spent most of December with us and I already want to hop a plane to Texas to see him. His mama better read this and bring him back to me soon!!!

Ok...on to other things ;)

I LOVE this layout that DT Member Sara made!


Sara used the 6x6 Kidlet Stack to layer on top of white cardstock and I adore this look! She also printed the photo of her daughter on our Fabric paper. It is sold in the 6x6 stack and will look like this...


Remember, these 6x6 stacks will be out at Jo-Ann in February and will be $5.99!



And these two darling cards were created by DT Stack-a-holic Hilde. I love all of the layers that she added and also all the cute little guys from the Kidlet Stack! Also, I spy some of our new Cork Stack and Corrugated Stack...also new 6x6! I think you will want to collect them all once you see all of our fun examples of what you can do with them.

Can you tell we are all just a tad bit excited for all of this new paper? I hope you are too!!

Have a wonderful day!


48 comments:

  1. OMgoodness!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love the Kidlet Stack and the fabric one would be so awesome!!!!!!!! AND, I thought I had all the paper I need! :-) lol ha ha ha

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  2. Awww...What an adorable album! I love this stack! So fun! And I am REALLY intrigued by the fabric stacks...sooo many possibilities!

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  3. That mini-album you did is so adorable Erin ! The photos of little Maximus are gorgeous ! Great inspiration from Sara's layout to use the 6X6 stack !

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  4. These projects are beautiful..i love the mini album you created erin!! The kidlet stack is definitely on my list to have and that fabric stack my mind is just racing with all the possibilities it has!!!

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  5. Oh my goodness! Your nephew is such a cutie and you did those amazing photos justice with your scrapbook. Seeing projects like that just reaffirms why I love doing paper crafts so much...it just adds so much to the feel and theme of photos when they are scrapbooked!

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  6. So cute looking forward to buying a couple

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  7. love the mini album... looking forward to the tutorial for the fabric stack :)

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  8. These look awesome! I love your stacks!

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  9. Wow...These are so adorable. What a precious baby too. I am sure you are one proud auntie. Love those cards too. That fabric stack really brought them to life..

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  10. Wow, I just love it all. I can't wait to play with the fabric paper too.

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  11. so much eye candy today that I think I might be on a sugar high. : ) Love everything. Especially your sweet mini album. You can see the love you put into it.

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  12. Such a darling baby mini-album! I'm getting a new grandson in April and can't wait to snuggle him (and scrapbook his pics).

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  13. Just precious! I cannot wait for these new stacks - I still say they are definitely a must have.

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  14. such adorable pics, love the album. wonderful layout, like the layering. and the cards are very cute, cannt wait to see those 6x6s in my local store. thanks for sharing.

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  15. I love that mini!!! Beautiful!! And yor design team did some beautiful work as well!!

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  16. Love the mini. The Kidlet stack is awesome. Can't wait to see the new stacks.

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  17. Oh boy, I am going to have to get this stack so I can do a mini like yours of my grandson! Too dang cute!

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  18. Your mini album is darling! It is so much sweeter to celebrate when a family has to wait extra long to be blessed with a baby. I think your nephew is going to be very spoiled (as he should!)

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  19. Droooooooling over the adhesive backed fabric mat....wow, oh wow...♥

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  20. So CUTE!! I love how the paper is used in so many different ways and it all looks so great :)

    Hugs, Sheena

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  21. This is awesome! Love this new stack and seriously...adhesive fabric? Awesome!! Love your baby book (super cute babe) and the LO is simply gorgeous too!

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  22. These projects are fabulous! The album you created for Maximus is a treasure - his parents will love it, I'm sure! That fabric paper looks cool, and so do the corrugated and cork papers! I'm intrigued, and I can't wait to see more of these stacks. :)

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  23. What an adorable little boy Maximus is!! I can't wait to get the Fabric stack to use with pics of my grandchildren!!! All of your new stacksa re great and I am going to need at least 1 of each of them (or more). LOL

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  24. Very cute paper, wonderful album!

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  25. Little Maximus makes this paper look so fabulous! And, what a great name he has! Gongrats to the whole family.

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  26. LOVe this stack and those absolutely adorable layouts of your little nephew!

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  27. This stack is terrific. Love those darling photos of your new nephew. Fantastic mini. I love the layout too.

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  28. Love this!! WOnderful album!

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  29. I can't wait for the 6x6 stacks to be out! And what wonderful examples you guys have for us today - Thanks!

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  30. fabulous projects with the KIDLETS stack!!

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  31. WOW! I love the layout with the photo printed on your fabric paper!

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  32. another "must have" stack. with several grandkids to scrap for this stack is peerfect.

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  33. Oh, your new nephew is just the sweetest! I hear you about little boys!!! And I just can't WAIT to get my hands on those new little stacks! Love the inspiration today!

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  34. Baby Maximus is just adorable! Love the picture of his feet with the wedding rings - such a fun idea! Also love Sara's layout and Hilde's cards! Sara's daughter is so darling! I love that expression on her face :) I wasn't sure I needed the Kidlet stack, but it looks like I am going to have to have all of them! Now if they would just get to JoAnns!!!

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  35. I love this stack and have it right next to my table waiting for the inspiration to use it. I love your album and the fun projects shared

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  36. Congratulations on your new nephew, Maximus (I love that name). That is a perfect mini album to show off how cute he is.

    Sara's layout is simple elegance. I love that she printed the photo onto the fabric sheets. I'll have to give that a try.

    This Kidlet Stack is just perfect for boy and girl projects. I need to pick up some ASAP. I have a lot of my son's kindergarten school pics that need a home.

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  37. All these layers, colors and textures! Over-the-top wonderful!

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  38. Great projects, I love the Kidlet stack.

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  39. What a fun album. Love the newborn layouts and how stinkin cute they are. Great job. Love how versatile the stack is. We've got a new baby boy in the family and this is so perfect for his pics. Love it and can't wait to play.

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  40. Fabulous little album! The stack is perfect for him. I too, have a soft spot for boys. I have 2 sons and 4 grandsons! I waited a long time for a girl and I got one when she was 14! I truely loved getting to know her. Then I got a great granddaughter. They are all wonderful,but there is just something about boys! Welcome to the world Max!
    I wish I'd had that stack when my last grandson was born. I think I need to make another album using this paper as he grows.
    TFS Hugs, Jess

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  41. It's always wonderful when something inspires you to create!

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  42. Love the projects with this cute stack.

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  43. Awesome stacks and inspirations. Thanks for inspiring us...

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  44. Great stack and i love the little babis. so cute.

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  45. Oh, this si stop cute for words. Total love!

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  46. Fabulous stacks and projects!!!

    Looking forward to seeing the Fabric Stack - looks and sounds like a wonderful crafty addition to my stash :)

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  47. Love, love, love this adorable stack! I created some invitations for a friend using these fabulous papers. You can see them here: http://lifemadecreations.blogspot.com/2013/03/flower-pot-invitations.html Thanks for making such fun and versatile designs. I love your papers!

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  48. I found this scrapbook page on a search engine looking for 6x6 inspiration and just LOVED the layout! Thank you, I have so many freakin DCWV stacks I can own a store, I am shocked I didn't mean the DT call the year I applies just because it is all free advertisement for you! LOL If you look at the categories, most everything is filed under paper collections> DCWV> Stack name and I don't even have all my stacks listed!

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