You may have just come from Lorna's blog, but if you are starting here, don’t worry … you can make the complete tour just by following the links at the end of each post. There are 14 stops along the way and we hope you will visit each one to see the wonderful creations we have to show you! Please feel free to leave some comment love along the way …
At the end of each post there will be a link to take you to the next stop on the tour.
So grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy!
My first creation actually started it's life as a brooch! I needed a "touch of red" for the Cocktail Party we were hosting, but my wardrobe is rather lacking in the red department, so I made a paper flower brooch. After the party was over, I decided it was just dying to be the centrepiece of a card, and so this was born:
Do you spy a new colour in there? That is the luscious rich new shade of red Cherry Cobbler. Even yours truly - who is not at all a red person - is in love with it already! Also new on there is a new border punch, new "newsprint" Designer Series paper, fabulous new wide striped ribbon, a divine new Antique Brad and a new background stamp "Belle Toile" (I've used it on the background, and also cut out a section of it to put near the sentiment. Love, love, love it!)
I was lucky enough to be sent a "care package" containing some new colours from the US. I thought you all might like to meet this year's In Colors! These colours will be hanging around for 2 years (plus we will have 5 more to add to them in September 2011). The fabulous news is that this year, you can buy In Color markers (in a set of 5), and you can also purchase the inkpads and assorted pack of cardstock as a KIT for $56.95 (which is a saving of $16.75!)
This is a project that you can make if you book a "Meet the In Colors" workshop with me for September or October:It's a set of 5 cards and envelopes in a pretty "Crumb Cake" box. What is Crumb Cake, you may ask? Kraft cardstock has a new name, and a matching inkpad!
Do you spy some gorgeous new Big Shot embossing folders?
And a new colour and style of ribbon too? That's Early Espresso Satin Ribbon. Yummmmm ....(and I don't even like coffee)
I just love new stuff! Can you tell??
1. Fiona Harvey
2. Juliette Chapman
3. Kerry Bunting
4. Kirrily Matthews
5. Lorna Casha
6. Marelle Taylor
7. Meighan Wheller
8. Melissa Gillis
9. Michelle Marchant
10. Nikki Stalker
11. Sally Williams
12. Sam Coppack
13. Sandy Quail
14. Sharon Wilson
I love what you've done with the new colours Marelle. The first card especially is a work of art. Just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Marelle I totally and unequivocably ADORE your first card (red is my fav colour) and can't wait to get my hands on some Cherry Cobbler! That card is going in my CASE file for sure ...ReplyDelete
Love your work Marelle. Nice to have some of those colours to play with.Looking forward to getting mine.Really lovely.ReplyDelete
I am soooo in love with your first card. Would look perfect on my piano ... off to make one similar now I think ....ReplyDelete
All your cards are beautiful, but the first card is absolutely stunning!! Even Teneale will be in jealous :)ReplyDelete
SO in love with Cherry Cobbler now and not a red girl either as you know.ReplyDelete
You lucky one having all that lovely stuff to play with - so clever. Counting down til order time!
Awesome as always! That Cherry Cobbler card is to die for!ReplyDelete
Goreous cards! Do you have a tutorial for how to make that ard holder? I would love to learn how to make it!ReplyDelete
Your first card is just divine. So love that colour combination of Cherry Cobbler with Basic Black.ReplyDelete
Wow! Love that cocktail Flower card! STUNNINGReplyDelete
LOVE the first card....like love! WOW!ReplyDelete
That top card is so unbelievably fabulous!! I'm just stunned by all of the gorgeousness, and if I used fifty exclamation points at the end of this sentence, it still wouldn't be enough -- amazing. I can honestly say that it is one of my top-five favorite cards EVER!ReplyDelete
Oh Marelle - how devine is your first card? I can't wait to get my hands on Cherry Cobbler. Love how you have show cased the new in colours.ReplyDelete
I love the depth of the Cherry Cobbler Marelle. I am a very RED gal!! I am also likeing the look of the perfect punches!! Too much to decide fm!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous projects Marelle! Your Cherry & Black card is absolutely stunning - so many little details. The boxed set is also fantastic - such a great way to showcase the yummy new colours. :)ReplyDelete
Wow Marelle! They are just beautiful creations...and the colours! Yummy!!! Must get your tips on how to get the ribbon on your first card look like that. You are so clever!ReplyDelete
Great creations, I love the way you are introducing the In-Colours just fabulous.ReplyDelete
Cherry cobler - love that card.So elegant.ReplyDelete