Today I want to introduce you to a few new products I've added to my shop as part of my new Fall 2016 Shop Release.
This release includes 2 new dies, 2 new journal card sets, a set of word/phrase stickers, 2 new stamp sets, a rolling stamp, and three paper pads that are just waiting to hold your notes and stories. Let's take a closer look:
Phrases Roller Stamp | Designed specially to work with the Avery Index Tabs (available in my shop), this rolling stamp set includes the following phrases: He Said, She Said, This One, That One, This Is Life, Just Awesome, Fantastic Memory, Remember This, So Much Love, Love Life, This Story, Favorite Story.
Two new journal card sets (includes 2 of each card so you don't have to choose the front or the back): Here's To Us (friendship) and Fall Favorite (fall/autumn). As you'll here and see in the video overview below I tried to include designs that reference both fall and autumn for those of you in different parts of the world that don't call it fall.
Here's The Story Notepads | Available in three sizes (3x4, 4x6 and 6x8) these are great for note-taking or storytelling and are sized to fit right into pockets and page protectors. Each pad (these are not sticky notes) includes 75 sheets.
Word Phrase Sticker Bundle | This bundle includes 12 sheets of word/phrase stickers. Each sheet contains the same sentiments in different colors.
And a video overview of the new releases:
Thanks again for all your support! I can't wait to see how you tell stories with these products.
I also wanted to take a minute to share with you guys that my friend Jessica Turner, author of The Fringe Hours, is going to be offering a new online workshop that is likely relevant for many of you (and me) called Stretched Too Thin: A 10-Day Course To Overcoming The Hustle & Thriving As A Working Mom (registration opens Monday, October 10th). In advance of the launch of the workshop Jessica is offering a free video series that is now available here featuring conversations about the four essential relationships in the life of a working mom. I found these short conversations uplifting and a great reminder about living with intention.