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Saturday, July 16, 2011

A to Z Collection! Sneak Peeks!

Are you ready for some sneak peeks???  I sure am!!!  Truthfully...I'm about to burst because I'm so excited about this Summer's CHA releases!  

The first collection I'm going to share with you is called A to Z, and will be available through Creative Imaginations. This collection is comprised of 8 double sided cardstocks with themed fronts and coordinating pattern backsides. There are also three 12X12 cardstock sticker sheets that include borders, alphabets, tags, tabs, and journaling spots. There is also one 5X12 sticker sheet with fun elements from the themed papers. 

I tried to create a retro feel with a fresh twist that could span many grades for use with all of your school aged kids. You will note that both a cursive and a Roman letters alphabet paper are included, flashcards, and graph paper...the collection will go far for a school album for your entire family--hitting on themes that transcend every grade. My palette was inspired by my first crayon box...with a set of 8 bright, bold and clear colors--one for every color of the rainbow. 

In addition to this collection, I've got lots of coordinating products through three popular manufacturers.  If you are going to the show, look for coordinates through Creative Imaginations, Spellbinders, and Unity Stamps...and online you'll find coordinating digital die cuts through the Silhouette Machine store. In the Silhouette store, you will find each of my illustrated alphabet letter representations available as cutting files, as well as the schoolhouse, the trees and more!  At this time, these files can only be purchased used by crafters using the Silhouette Machine.

12X12 Sticker Sheets:

 Alphabet and Journaling Spots

Tags and Frames

5X12 Sticker Sheet:

Watch tomorrow for a sneak peek at some of my Summer Release stamp sets with Unity Stamp Company!


  1. I'm sooooo LOVING this collection, Samantha!!!

  2. Oh my goodness!! SOOOOOO very cute! I know it's for paper, but the alphabet squares would be so cute as a fabric pannel for a baby blanket. ;)

  3. I love this, Samantha! I love that so much of it can be used for non-school themed stuff, too! It's just great patterns and designs!

  4. Oooohh, Samantha, I love seeing these in much bigger dimensions than previous sneaks! Can't wait to play with them... I don't have kids but I can see SO MANY possibilities with these!

  5. I just stumbled across yor blog. I am not a scrapper, but OH MY GOODNESS I wish this was a fabric sold in (shhhhh) Wal-mart. I know how everyone feels, but Wally world is all we have.Such pretties you are sharring. Thank you.


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