Monday, 1 November 2010

Kanban clear stamps, Mini Shops, Tuscan Vistas, Bunny Hops, Playmates, Cute as a Kitten

Lots of delicious new Kanban goodies are now in store at Foil Play, which you may have seen featured during QVC's recent Craft Day.
Mini Shops are a great new idea, each pack contains a kit to make a luxury card, tailored to the occasion or the recipient's favourite hobby.
If cute is more your thing, there is plenty to choose from here, including new Playmates, Cute as a Kitten and Bunny Hops die cut decoupage toppers.
Floral Garden is a beautiful selection of die cut decoupage toppers, with co-ordinating foiled card and die cut borders, while Tuscan Vistas die cut topper sheets depict an array of scenes, to help you to produce simply stunning cards.
Also new in store this month are Tent card and Eco card & envelope packs that you may have seen demonstrated on QVC. I have stocked up on popular products including Christmas toppers too. As we're now in November (where did the year go?) I'm unlikely to be re-stocking Christmas designs when they sell out in time for this Christmas, so if there is a design that you like, please don't miss out.
As well as the gorgeous new Yvette Jordan elegant lady clear rubber stamps, I've also managed to secure another small stash of the stamps from the recent QVC TSV, including the very popular new home, elegant lady, Betsie Bob, bird cage & chandelier, poppies and dress form designs. These stamps are not available 'on the High Street' and stocks are limited, so again, please don't miss out if you don't want the whole kit, but there are individual designs that you particularly like.
As always, at Foil Play you can pick and choose the designs that you like and will actually use, rather than investing in a huge kit and p&p is free if you spend over £5.00. If you already have a kit, you might like to stock up with a few extra of your favourite designs. Alternatively, get a sheet or two from several collections and you'll have lots of variety without it costing you a fortune.

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