Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Hanna Stamps Sneak Peek

I've been running around like a chicken tonite. Is it just me or can you guys not bear to let that Michael's 40 pct off coupon go to waste? Even if you just buy adhesive, it's worth the trip! The problem is, I never just buy adhesive. I got home and brand new Hanna stamps were waiting for me. The new release for the 2nd Hanna Stamp set is set for this Friday! I had to sit down and play when I got home...it's like playing Barbies. I have to admit, I played Barbies until it was pretty much not socially acceptable. So these stamp sets are right up my alley! Hanna girl here is sporting a red velvet Stampendous "flock" Christmas outfit while she decorates her house! I stamped the sentiment on a transparency in black Stazon that just lays across the bottom of the card. The blingy ornament is a new K & Company " sticker from the "Wild Saffron" line. Check out the design team links to the right, you're sure to see lots more sneaky peekies from the talented girls on the team! Enjoy!
Paper: Basic Grey "Dasher" Snowbank on Soft Sky SU paper.

7 comments:

Amanda Sewell said...

Very cute! I may just love these Hanna stamps! They are so adorable! You did great!

Well Said Cards said...

Adorable image! This next release looks like it's going to be pretty cute.

StampOwl said...

adorable .... hanna looks great decorating for Christmas

Vicki (basement stamper on SCS) said...

I am a LONG time lerker on your blog, but haven't made any comments, but this Hanna card is too darn cute not to say something!! I just received my very first Hanna set and I can't wait to use it!! I just LOVE your creations! Thanks so much for sharing your talent! :)

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Joy said...

WOWIE WOW!!!! That is GORGEOUS!!!!!

Cambria Turnbow said...

OMG! Her whole dress is flocked!! A has a dress like that for X-mas!! You rock Zapstar! ROCK!! I swear I just drool over every single thing you make!

Love ya babe!!!

Vicki C said...

Always something Beautiful over here to look at! Love your work Lisa!