For the next two weeks I am featured designer at Sweet Shoppe, how amazing is that! Not only will you get to know me a little better, but for the next two weeks you will receive a free kit that I created with Studio Basic and Krystal Hartley, with every purchase of $10.
Let me show you what we made:
Jeans go back a long way. Did you know that the original ‘blue jeans’ was invented by Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss & Co. in 1871? Originally designed for cowboys and miners, jeans became popular in the 1950s, they were a common fashion item in the 1960s and they continued to be popular in the 1970s and 1980s. Today, jeans remain a popular fashion item, and they come in many styles and colors. If you have nothing else to wear, jeans are always a good idea. They are both comfortable ànd sexy.
‘Denim And Lace’ is made of richly textured patterns and solids (15 patterns, 10 solids), 1 lace alpha and a great mix of elements, in blue and red tones, and a touch of pink and green. Cool and boyish, or refined and feminine, this kit is sure to offer you everything you need.
You will receive 93 elements, including: 1 accordion flower, 1 embroidered flower, 7 flowers, 1 dried flower, 5 leaves, 1 banner, 1 book, 1 lace border, 2 lace ribbons, 1 measure tape, 1 needle, 1 lace yoyo flower, 4 buttons, 2 pieces of cardboard, 2 pieces of fabric, 1 denim pocket, 1 piece of vintage ephemera, 1 roses border, 1 piece of yarn, 1 messy thread, 1 stitching, 2 floral frames, 1 vintage stamp frame, 2 paper frames, 1 ornamental frame, 7 pieces of graffiti, 1 library card, 4 puzzle pieces, 3 ribbons, 1 twine, 1 bow, 1 tag, 3 pieces of paper, 1 flower bead, 1 berry, 1 brad, 1 crochet doiley, 2 paint splats, 2 paint splatters, 3 large words, 1 denim word stamp, 2 wordstrips, 1 butterfly, 8 labels, 2 vintage stamps, 1 star, 1 paper tag.
And all of this is free for you over the next two weeks, with every purchase of $10 in the Sweet Shoppe shop. After that, Denim And Lace will be for sale in the Triple Dip section of the store.
Let me show you what my creative team and the Sugarbabes made; first up are the layouts from my creative team.
a page from me
The Sugarbabes created these awesome pages:
Read the post on the Sweet Shoppe blog and find out why I invited Rubia and Krystal to work with me 😉