Friday, August 24, 2007

New Additions!


Excitement abounds as I am announcing the new arrival of MY FAVORITE THINGS. Their clear stamp sets have been very popular for some time and they are now available at The Stampbuzz. I am proudly showing this fabulous card, courtesy of MFT!

If you need even more excitement than that, we also have brand new Inkadinkado and Penny Black stamps just in, as well as a whole bunch of ColorMates Papers.

ColorMates Card Stock Benefits

• 144 fade-resistant card stock colors
• Archival quality – acid free, lignin free & chlorine free
• Smooth finish 65 lb card stock – ideal for layering
• Outstanding cutting, folding, punching & embossing characteristics

Beautiful and Consistent Card Stock Color
ColorMates cards stock has been designed specifically for paper crafts by our paper design team and comes crafted from a single paper mill for consistent color and quality, day-in and day-out.
It is made without the use of optical brighteners optimum color life and non metameric colors. The vibrant and long lasting colour is fully archival & chlorine free.

ColorMates Card Stock – A Cut Above
Cutting cardstock is easy and clean when using ColorMates cardstock colours. Perfect if you want to get the best results from your new personal cutter or embossing machine. It is the cardstock recommended by leading manufacturers to use for best results in their machines.

I have not had the chance to personally try these new papers yet, but if the above is true, I am ready to delve into a new set of gorgeous colours, LOL!

2 comments:

Nise on GW said...

No, No, No - - I told you I was poor and I'm not shopping with you, Isabelle. Then you go and tell us you got the Color Mates card stock. Love the shades in a color range. It's good stuff and although I get a bit frustrated by the little color info at the bottom, I'm always glad to have it when I want more of a particular color. Good luck with it (and the new stamps) in the store.

Colleen Schaan said...

I'm off to check them out...I noticed you also had some new kind of glittery spray ink wash stuff. (yeah, probably not the technical name...)