Creations by Lynn Weiss ~ Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

The Big Shots in da house!

WOO HOO!!! I got my new catalog order! Part of it showed up yesterday and the Big Shot showed up today! I've been having all sorts of fun playing with my new goodies! Unfortunately I've been checking out and playing with each thing and not really finishing anything! Kind of like a kid on Christmas morning...a little bit over whelmed with so many new goodies. LOL


Hopefully by tomorrow I'll have something completed that I can share with you here. I just had to share my excitement since my hubby and two sons just don't seem to be feeling the love for my new Big Shot! I even told them we could have a Big Shot party tonight after dinner and they could cut out whatever they wanted in any color card stock! For some reason they all mysteriously vanished after we finished eating! What's up with that!???


The Holiday Treasure paper is so beautiful and the I Wish Simply Scrappin' kit is really nice as well. You can see both in the photo above. (click for an enlarged view) The SSK coordinates with the Snow Swirled stamp set. At the bottom of the photo you can see a couple sheets from the new Designer Prints pack in Perfect Plum and the new Filigree Brads...I'm loving those


I'm going back downstairs to play...check back tomorrow to see what I've made.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, I'm excited for you!!! How fun!!! Have fun playing...

CV

Pat's little corner of the world said...

Lynn,
Have fun playing with everything. I have a cuttlebug and a big sizzix do I really need the big shot? I hoping I can use my sizzix with the big shot things. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.
Your blogger buddy,
Pat

Vicki said...

How cool is this?!! I haven't broken down and bought one...but I would LOVE to see what you do with this!! :)

Lauren said...

Have fun!

Cassie said...

ohhhh - you lucky girl!! playing is half the fun, even if it doesn't turn into a "finished project" I bet you had lots of fun and destressed!