Introducing Holiday Insides 2012

Hi!! Notice anything new?? I sure hope you noticed that the blog really got a facelift!! I am trying to make everything as streamlined as possible so that you can find everything you need to find without all the clutter. I have been wanting to have a big change for a while so I thought I would just go ahead and get it over with. What do you think of the new look?

I’m feeling a tiny bit under the weather (nothing serious!) so I thought I would just post a couple of intro videos for you today.  Below you will be able to view the intro video I made for the new Holiday Insides 2012 stamp set. This is one of my faves we have ever done because EVERYONE needs something to say on the inside of those holiday cards. I find myself reaching for this set every.single.time I made a Christmas card so that I can slap one of these beautiful sentiments on the inside of the card. This is seriously good stuff, folks!

Whenever I finally have it ready (I’m actually working on it right now), I will post my last intro video from last month’s release: Vintage October: Falling For Autumn. Don’t forget to leave me a comment telling me what you think of the blog remodel! See ya soon!


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7 thoughts on “Introducing Holiday Insides 2012

  1. Like your facelift, Sami. Appears to be easier to track down the “seen before but can’t find it” posts. You’ve got a great set here with inside sentiments since sometimes it’s difficult to come out with our own message that captures the true meaning of the card.

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