Broadsheet Alphabet is my favorite new alphabet set, hands down! I just love the way this vintage-inspired page benefits from the cute font used for this set. We made this spread in Scrap A Stack Club this month and had fun thinking of all the different things you could scrap on this page--a museum trip, a living history farm or reenactment, your family tree, a family immigration story, or even just some great black and white photos of your kids.
Here's a view of the whole project-- notice the layers of different patterns of Newsprint DSP on the left hand side. Love the ledger sheets for journalling, too!
Love the monochromatic color scheme with just one pop of color in the More Mustard. At first I was worried that I was getting a stamp set that was too specific to one style. But see how fun the look can be when you use it on something colorful and eclectic like this garden spread:
Oh hey now! What's that rick-rack looking stuff, you say? It's a really cool new die for the Big Shot! It was designed with fabric in mind, but as soon as I saw it, all I could think about was scrapbook pages! Now you can cut four different border styles, unlimited times, out of just about any material you want--cardstock, DSP, fabric, vinyl, wallpaper, leather, cork, balsa, tin--you name it! I am SO PUMPED about the possibilities with this die. Now if only I had TIME to play, right?!