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Sneaks 'N Peeks...CHA Style

It's always hard to contain the excitement when you're
privy to brand new collections before they're revealed.
But today is the day!
WINTER 2013 CHA PREVIEWS
BELLA BLVD and SIMPLE STORIES
are both showing off a bit of their new stuff starting today and continuing
throughout the next week or two...come and see!

BELLA BLVD:Designer Tapes

There will be a giveaway to a lucky commenter, so head on over to
the Bella Blvd Blog for your chance to win!!!  Bella will have sneak peeks all week
long with more chances to win goodies...good luck!

SIMPLE STORIES: 24/7 Collection
In true Simple Stories fashion, they have wowed again!
I generally don't lean towards really bold colors, but this collection is
simply, simply amazing and so much fun to create with!
Here's a little sneak of a mini album cover that I made with it:
And here are a few samples...you can see ALL of it on the 
24/Seven Collection Kit
24/Seven Chipboard Stickers
 New: chipboard stickers, decorative brads and layered stickers...
that's right...Simple Stories has added embellishments to the mix!
Come on over and leave a comment...you could be a winner of 
this fabulous collection!

Again, stayed tuned to each blog all week long (and throughout the month) 
for more sneaks and prize giveaways!  Don't you just love this time of year!
See y'all soon and a HAPPY NEW YEAR to you!

Comments

  1. That Simple Stories collection does look grand. Your cover sneek looks fabulous Shellye! Can't wait to see the rest of the mini. Hope life is treating you well. All the best in 2013!:)

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