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December 25, 2009

A Christmas present for you! Some more sneak peeks


First of all, Merry Christmas to everyone!  Thank you for stopping by and playing along with us during the holidays!  We appreciate all the wonderful comments and are so glad that you love our papers!

So here is another quick peek of The Proper Gentleman Collection just for you!


 So are your fingers twitching?  Reaching for the scissors? ME TOO!  

And for the holidays I wanted to share a wood tree cutout covered in Christmas Past!  Enjoy!


Wood cut out from Genuinely Jane Studios and the buttons are from Blumenthal Lansing.  Once completed it was covered in Glimmer Mist from Tattered Angels.

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Thanks for sharing :D

Can't wait to cut out those cool details and use in my projects, or use the whole papers...

And I love the tree <3

What a fabulous new collection! Love the name, too--just perfect! Thanks for sharing the idea for the tree--have to give that a go for next year!

That tree is great. And those papers, my goodness, they are awesome!

Candy, I love that tree!!

Those papers are scrumpdillyicious!! I can not wait to get my hot little hands on these papers!!!

Thanks for some more sneaks!!!

definately loving this collection. wowzers.

Merry Christmas to u! I love the tree and once again can't wait for the new Men's Line!

What a lovely candy, so many beautiful papers...marry Christmas to you!


Oh - the Proper Gentleman Collection looks fabulous and I love that tree!

Elaine Allen

Instead of dreaming of a white Christmas, I have been dreaming of this new line of paper. The Christmas tree is so cute. I have seen the Christmas past done so many different ways on projects.

these are amazing

Fingers-hah! Everything is twitching-this is a sure must have since I the only female in my family!

This is lovely!

I am all for that men's line--there isnt enough out there and these papers look so rich and appealing!

pretty, pretty, pretty!!!

Love the Proper Gentleman lines.....I can finally make projects geared to men.

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