October 7, 2014

New Gossamer Blue collections + coordinating shop items coming soon...

I get really excited when a crafty company releases a line that I absolutely love.  The kind of products where I just have to have every single item in the collection.  I'm so tickled that Gossamer Blue has released not one but two awesome new lines that I'm going to share with you today.  Well actually three because there is the Get Happy line also which is definitely going to make it's way into my December Daily this year. But today I'm sharing two of the collections...I'll share more on the holiday line in a future post.

First up is Gramercy Road designed by One Little Bird.  The colors in the collection just call my name. I thought you might like to see some real life photos of the products.  That always helps me when I'm making decisions on purchases.  This is the entire collection of the embellishments which include label stickers, alphabets, enamel dots, chipboard accents, cork accents, paper embellishments and a stamp set.  
 Here's some of my faves.  Isn't everything just so wonderfully coordinated?  I love the florals in this line too.
 Rose Gold is right on trend and this alphabet sticker sheet is gorgeous.  So shimmery and perfect.
 Here's the entire collection of the papers.  You're seeing fronts and back here.  Dreamy, right?
 Here's my faves from the papers.
I love this collection so much that I knew I wanted to use it all for some upcoming holiday gifts for friends and family.  I love to make notebooks and card sets to give as gifts.  While in the city last week, I took some time to stroll through the craft aisles and just had a good old time selecting items that coordinated with Gramercy Road.  I'll be using this new stash of goodies right along with the Gossamer Blue products. 
 Look at this beautiful fabric I found! It coordinates perfectly and I can't wait to cut into it.  I also found some fun cork, floss and shimmery burlap.
 Lots of ribbons and tags and clips that look so cute against the patterned papers.  Look for some fun shop items to be popping up in my shop soon.  I'll have plenty to share.  Of course there will be new blog posts with lots of ideas of what you can create with the all these fun products too.
Next up is On My Desk designed by Paislee Press.  I'm such a fan of Paislee Press so it's super exciting to have these products in the house.  Here's the line up of embellishments which include tab stickers, flair buttons, wood veneer, star stickers, gold foil transparencies, puffy stickers and paper embellishments.  
 Here's a few of my faves.  Hello, puffy stickers!
 Here's the entire line up of the patterned papers. You're seeing both sides here.
 So colorful and whimsical.  Here's some of my faves.
 Check out this floral gold vellum.  Gorgeous.
I also did a little shopping for this line too.  I was tickled to find such a mixy matchy group of fabrics.  Plus I got paint, fun tags, clips, beads, and more. 
 This little combo of fabrics is just waiting for me to cut into it.
 Lots of little embellishments. You'll be seeing items from this assortment in my shop soon too.
All of the new collections have been selling like crazy and Lori just restocked the Gossamer Blue store with refills.  Items sold out quickly the first go round so don't delay.  Gossamer Blue is a manufacturer now so you can also find our products at other retail and online stores.  Happy shopping and be sure to stop by often for lots of inspiration using the new products.  I'll be sharing more of the Get Happy holiday collection when December Memories time rolls around.  You're gonna love this mini album kit for the holidays.  

4 comments:

Connie B said...

I love seeing all your goodies all out.. so pretty! Please share where I can find the pink rimmed tags...

Susan said...

I absolutely can't wait to see what you are going to make with this collection. I love the colors!

Kaysie Lundgren said...

I apologize if you have blogged about this prior...but...How do you incorporate the fabric into your cards/Project Life, etc? Just curious about cutting, adhesives and so on. Love the idea of the fabric coordinating to the papers! Do you have a tutorial or some prior posts on using the fabric?

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