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Archive | December 10, 2010

Family Tag Feud: Day 9

Day 8′s vote so far officially leaves the battle tied at 4 each…so every vote counts! The trash talk here has escalated to distraction tactics (honey, it’s your turn to read the bedtime story tonight…I’ll just be here tagging). Yes, it’s take-no-prisoners.

Please note that we will be taking Saturday and Sunday off from the feud, but we’ll be back to start posting the last few tags starting on Monday!

So, here’s the Day 9 tags…

Tag #1:

The use of the stamping and Rock Candy on the bird die cut was inspired by Tim Holtz’s Day #3 tag.

Supplies:

#8 White Tag
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Black Soot, Tea Dye, Faded Jeans, Tumbled Glass, Frayed Burlap, and Fired Brick
Ranger Mini Mister
Tim Holtz Alterations for Sizzix Die (Caged Bird)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Grunge Paper
Stampendous “Music Score” wood-mounted rubber stamp
Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue (Frosted Lace)
Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber (Snow White)
K & Company Rub-Ons (Susan Winget Glad Tidings)
Hampton Art Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp (Twas The Night Background)
Making Memories Alphabet Stickers (Cheeky Shimmer)
Tim Holtz Distress Stickles (Rock Candy)

Tag #2:

Supplies:

Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Aged Mahogany, Tattered Rose, Faded Jeans, Worn Lipstick and Antique Linen
Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Ink
Stampin’ Up! Winter White Embossing Powder
Stampin’ Stuff Jeweled Gold Embossing Powder
Prima Marketing Mulberry Paper Flowers
Brad (unknown)
Recollections Adhesive Rhinestones
Buttons (unknown)
Martha Stewart Crafts baker’s twine
Bells (unknown)
Recollections Clear Stamps (Christmas Collage)
Stampin Up! Stamp Set (Snowflake)
Northwoods Rubber Stamp (CC7746 Snowflake)
K & Company Brenda Walton Santa Grand Adhesions
K & Company Brenda Walton Evergreen Icon Adhesive Chip Board
Ranger Stickles in Diamond
Tim Holtz Distress Stickles in Worn Lipstick

So…it’s time to break the tie…

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Collage Press Stops Manufacturing Products

Providing a sneak look at  some CHA Winter 2011 buzz, Collage Press has announced that the company is stopping manufacturing and distributing its own products. Instead, the company’s owner will produce designs through the renamed Collage Press Studio that will be licensed for production by others.

The decision was attributed on the company’s blog to the owner’s desire to spend more time with her two (soon to be three) young children.

The first Collage Press Studio collection, called Hometown Summer, will be produced by Pink Paislee and will debut at CHA Winter 2o11. This won’t be Pink Paislee’s first venture into licensed collections – the company debuted a very successful licensed collection from House of 3 at CHA Summer 2010.

To clear out their inventory, Collage Press has been offering their products to wholesale customers at a 30% discount via their website.

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