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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Spotlight On: NEW Quick Cards


Last week, during our Summer new product reveal, I showcased our new Quick Cards stickers. Today I thrilled to show you what our Designers have done with the fantastic new Quick Card designs!


by Amy:






by Deana:












by Nina:








jenyfur

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Spooky Creepy Scary

My favorite sheet from our new Sticker Sentiment Release is Halloween (#51007). Lots of playful greetings to choose from, in all shapes and fonts;



I've mentioned before how useful the side sticker 'strips' can be...I combined and used them for this card;



I placed the circle "creepy" sticker onto patterned paper and punched it out for this card, love how the bats show though the clear sticker;




If you make your Halloween cards using SRM Stickers, be sure to upload them to our Flickr Gallery -- I'd love to feature them here! Many of us at are CHA Chicago right now - hope to have some photos up soon!


jenyfur

Monday, July 26, 2010

July Guest Designer; Karen Baker




We are thrilled to feature our July Guest Designer, Karen Baker! You might remember that Karen won one of our monthly challenges and was invited to Guest Design for SRM Stickers. We loaded her up with new SRM and she put together a few projects I'm sure you'll love!

Firstly, a bit about Karen; I'm a graphic designer by trade, wife and mama of two energetic, young boys who spends weekdays at work (unfortunately not designing, but thankful to have a job) and late evenings crafting, scrapbooking, or making cards. I love the clean and simple style but dabble in others to stretch my creativity.



Karen took a plain acrylic frame and transformed it into a photo keepsake using SRM Stickers from our new Everday Boy (#42040) set of sentiment stickers. Brilliant!



And here is Karen's take on our July theme, Clean & Simple, using our new Winter Sentiments (#51009);




You can find Karen at her blog; The Bald Dragonfly

What Karen has to say about working with SRM Stickers; Fun. Versatile. Easy. Clever. Awesome-the list could go on and on! I've tried everything with SRM Stickers and they never fail to amaze me. Coloring, Sanding, Distressing-the list could could go on and on there too! The stickers are seamless as they blend into cardstock or over stamped images. They are easy to handle and easy to store. Definitely the best stickers in the market for scrapbookers and card makers alike, I am hooked.


You can find our current monthly challenge/Guest Designer contest by clicking, HERE. Have a terrific day! Thank you, Karen!


jenyfur

Friday, July 23, 2010

CHA Summer REVEAL; Everyday, Numbers & More!


Our Everday Life stickers have been so popular that we had to create a few more options; Everyday Boy and Everyday Girl;





Here's a layout using Everyday Girl, by SRM Designer, Deana!




We have a new numbers set, too! In fact, we have them in small and large. As scrapbookers, we use a lot of numbers to document dates, birthdays, years, ages, etc. These will be staple in craft rooms;




Oh yes, there's more! Here are our new "We've Got Your Sticker" sets. The Design Team is thrilled about these - the sentiments are printed in black, white, and brown!










I hope you enjoyed a look at our new Summer 2010 product. The SRM Stickers Design Team is workin' overtime to provide you with inspirational projects that I'll be featuring in the weeks ahead. Thank you for stopping by each day, we *heart* our readers!


jenyfur

Thursday, July 22, 2010

CHA Summer REVEAL: Sticker Sentiments


You'll find a sentiment for every season with our new collection of Sticker Sentiments. Our sentiment stickers are high quality, crystal clear, precut greetings that make card making a breeze. If you've been a long time reader, you know that our Designers are also fond of using them on their scrapbook layouts. Here are our latest and greatest, now available in our online store!




















How fun is this! I've got more for you tomorrow...

jenyfur

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

CHA Summer REVEAL; Quick Cards


And here they are, our brand new card making must-have Quick Card sets. You can head over to our online store, HERE, to pick 'em up! Click HERE to go to SRM Designer, Tania's, blog for a look at gobs of cards created with our new Quick Card Stickers. They are SO good!

Happy Shopping!
































Remember, you can access our online store quickly, anytime, in just one click, with the link right under our banner! More to come tomorrow!

Which new Quick Card is your favorite? Leave a comment and let us know before our next reveal publishes at midnight tonight and we'll choose a few readers to receive all of them! Be sure to stop by Tania's Blog as well, you'll love what she's done with these...


jenyfur

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

It's Your Day


Welcome! One of our very talented Designers, Jen Martakis, created a set of papercrafted items using the same sticker. She did a fabulous job translating our July theme; Clean & Simple.








Here's our next Sticker Sentiment reveal...SUMMER! See those sticker strips on your left side? Those are my favorite elements of SRM Sticker Sentiments. I can adhere them across a layout, or trim them for card greetings.




The next three days, here at the SRM Blog, are going to be *loaded* with every one of our new releases. You don't want to miss it! I'll be featuring ALL of our new Quick Card Stickers, Sticker Sentiments, Everyday Boy, Everyday Girl, and a new venture -- NUMBERS. Lots to see so come on back for more! We are feverishly working behind the scenes updating our Online Store, I'll let you know just as soon as you can click over to shop!

If you simply can't wait to SEE IT ALL...click here;




jenyfur


 
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