November 2011 Release in Review

By November 14, 2011Release in Review

Welcome to our first edition of  Release in Review.  This post will be replacing the traditional "Day After" post that I normally do the morning following a release.  I will instead be sharing my favorites with you on release night and linking to each team member's blog where they will be showcasing all of their release projects for you.

Be sure to click on each team member's link to access their Release in Review posts!

Ashley Cannon Newell made an incredible project with  the new Tiny Tags II set.  Her color scheme and pattern matching is out of this world!

Betsy Veldman mixed & matched the numbers in Birthdays by the Numbers with a rainbow of colors for this bright & festive birthday card.

Danielle Flanders used the new Flower Fusion #10 and Think Big Favorites #10 to perfection on this cheerful card set.  Her color combinations and random stitching are just amazing together!

Dawn McVey created a fabulous medallion with lots of layers using Mega Mehndi Medallion.  I love how she worked in Flower Fusion #10 & Glory Be sentiments as well!

Debbie Olson wowed me with her Willow creation.  The softness is truly breathtaking.  And the Background Basics: Circles strips in the back add perfect balance.

Erin Lincoln created a lovely birthday card by pairing up the new Block Alphabet die and Background Basics: Circles, as well as the Cloud dies.  I love how she left spaces between her stamped strips to allow for the die-cut letters!  Just fabulous!

Jessica Witty is a genius when it comes to using clear cardstock and this card is certainly no exception!  I love all the layers that make up the cupcake ad well as the embossed sentiment!

Lisa Johnson took stamping to a whole new level with this stunning card.  I love all of the strips in the background and how she made each one so unique.  The colors are just wonderful as well.

Maile Belles always makes an amazing impression with as little on a card as possible!  I love the simplicity of this project as well as the colors.  Background Basics: Circles can really transform nearly any set!


Melissa Phillips made this amazing little piece of art using Tiny Tags II.  I love how she paired up gingham and stripes.  Just so eye-catching and fabulous!

Michelle Wooderson used Stitches & Swirls to create this homespun project.  She paired it up with the new Block Alphabet dies and stitched buttons to complete the look.

Aren't they all just amazing?!?!?!  I know they continue to inspire me even after all these years!  I hope you have had the opportunity to visit each of their blogs to see the other fabulous projects they have created for the release.  Thank you for stopping by tonight and happy stamping!

Nichole Heady

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