Thursday, October 27, 2011

HOGtoberfest continues...

... with a new rubber stamp release!!

Our newest release, available now, features designs and sayings geared towards winter & spring, but also some things that can be used all year round, including our new "Teacup" and "My Cup of Tea" saying:

I wanted my card to look like a little table all set for tea, so I used a paper doily to set the teacup on, and then made a little teabag to frame the sentiment. The DP is from Miss Elizabeth's "Pastel Doodles" pack.

I've missed playing along with the Clean & Simple blog's layout challenges, and last week's layout (#163) was just perfect for the Snowflake, along with the "I Flaked" sentiment:

It doesn't get much easier than an embossed CAS layout ... and just look at the shine on those flakes! Since I have the capability of flaking out on things -- like remembering birthdays! -- I think this card will come in handy!

**To help celebrate HOGtoberfest and this new rubber release, we have a little goodie for you: Include any of the new rubber designs or sayings on your Hambo order -- thru Oct. 31 -- and a free stamp will be included in your order. The free stamp will be one of our current designs - no retirees here! **

Today the Bacon Bits have some fun new projects to share that showcase more of the new images:

Judy   (and did you see her sneak peek card yesterday?)







We promise a fun time will be had by all! :)


  1. Your tea card is so charming! I love the doily tablecloth...So clever :) The CAS card is perfect with the bit of embossing!

  2. So cute! Love how you used the doily, very smart. :-)

  3. Both cards are adorable! Love the simplicity of the snowflake card! Fantastic job!:)

  4. What a sweet spot of tea! That paper and doily are perfect. I love those two images as well - because I drink at least two cups every day!
    The CAS flake card is really neat with the embossing! Love the color~


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