Concord and 9th May Release and More

Someone pinch me! I can’t believe I am typing this right now. I’m a guest designer for Concord and 9th for May!!! Can you believe it?!?! This is a dream come true. I know, I’m a little extra, but that’s why you love me.

Concord and 9th Site

Okay, enough fan girling, let’s get down to business. This release is amazing! I can’t wait to show you the cards I made using these products. I went a little over board, which I’m sure doesn’t surprise you (see the comment about being “a little extra,” above). I encourage you to check it out.

My favorite part of the release is the Simple Serif Alphabet set. I have been looking around for an alphabet die set for a little while now. I really like this set because the font is adorable, and it’s a good size. I also like that there are matching stamps. That gives you a lot of options. I’ll share a sniffly video later in the month with an idea for this set.

Second up is the Filled in Florals set. I love that this is a companion to the Fine Line Florals set released in march. You get more of a watercolor look with the Filled In Florals, and it works well with the outline stamp from Fine Line Florals. It’s nice to purchase something that stretches your supplies. Here is the card I made with the Fine Line Florals in March.

Let me know what your favorite item for the release is below.

Please visit the other guest designers’ blogs.

Emily: https://leiphartonart.blogspot.com and Kelli: https://cools.cards

I hope you will pop back in tomorrow to see my first Feature Friday post. I’m really excited about this (no really, I am)!

Thanks for stopping by!



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