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December 27, 2009

A Proper Gentleman Sneak Peek and a Contest

I hope that your holidays were safe and joyful!  

So it is quiet around the office with everyone gone, I had to drop in and check mail and send a few emails when I noticed that one of the computers was on.

When I walked up to the computer the screen came up and the files for A Proper Gentleman were right there, so I quickly downloaded a few and wanted to make a quick collage to share with you on our "A Proper Gentleman" collection!

Keep an eye out next week for the final sneaks on our new collections and I find more information. We will be doing a full reveal the first week of January!

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 Leave a comment in this post to let us know what kind of projects you would make with a "men's line."  And you could be randomly chosen to win some new Graphic45 paper!


Your Secret Agent,

Candy

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Oh, how exciting! I'll definitely be making some Father's Day, husband/dad/brother birthday cards with this--scrapbook pages, oh my! Can't wait! Thanks for sharing a bit more of this fabulous new collection!

I'm so excited about this perfectly manly paper range ... of course first up will need to be some vintage/heritage man style layouts ... I'm thinking photos of Grandad teamed with old watch parts and other vintage 'man' things. Then ... an altered cigar box ... a clock for Dad's office ... hmmm I could be busy for a while!

Oh, as the mother of two rapidly growing boys, I can see the use of these papers over and over, can't wait to get ahold of them. Of course, father's day, graduation, first dance pages, lots of ideas.

I would like to make a minialbum for my husbands birthday 5 april

So cool!

I'm going to make some projects not just about my husband, but also my father, father in law, and my grandfathers.

I have som pictures of some of my friend's sons, dresses up vintage style, which also will look good combined with the Gentleman papers.

And of course cards, minialbums and other projects.

An altered cigar box would be perfect for my husband.
Beautiful papers for our heritage pictures.

Beautiful papers :-))
I would like to make an altered box for my husband.

My Dad has vintage cars, (1925 British Leyland Trojan, and a 1956 Standard) and sometimes dresses to match them - I can't WAIT to make a brag book for him with this line!

Card, scrapbook pages! Its so hard to find masculine themed images and papers, I get so bored with plain paper. Love the new lines!!

A Proper Gentleman will be perfect for my heritage album! This will just be perfect.

aside from making the usual Men layout, I would like to make an altered vintage treasure box using your gentleman line. It will be perfect in storing collectible cards and other memorabilia

Love what I have seen so farof sneak peeks. These papers would be perfect for all the old pictures I have of my father

I want to make some men's cards, a mini album for my husband for Father's Day and also a mini for my nephew. These papers are just perfect for all of that!!!

I see a layout of some pics I have of my grandfather from the 50s. This would be absolutely perfect.

these papers would be perfect for the cards for father day.

OHHHH, what a wonderful cigar box display. Possibilities Endless!

Fathers Day cards and pages!

Oh I can't wait for these pp's! Your lines are my absolute fave!! I would use these not only to make Fathers Day cards, but my husband is turning 50 in a few months, and I just made his Mom a Heritage mini album with the Domestic Goddess line. I would use this to make him one of all the photos of him thru the years with his family. He'd love it!!

I really want to use these for some cards. It's so hard to make card for men but I think this line will be a great help. I also want to do some layouts of my dad.

I see so many cut out possibilities here! Boy layouts definately come to mind for me with this line and some cool altered projects/frames as well for gifts. Love it!

I have the perfect pictures for this gentlemen line. yesterday, I went to see my aunt and she brought out pictures of days gone by with my grandparents and great grandparents. They will look beautiful on this paper.

Way cool paper. Could be used to create pages for my son's upcoming graduation from college in May 2010.

Very exciting! I would lov eto see some fishgin and manly music themes!

My Dad is no longer alive but I have fabulous photos of him. He always had his clothes tailor-made because he was so tall - 6ft 7in! He owned a car dealership all of his life and these papers fit him perfectly! I cannot wait to see them in person because what I have been able to see thus far is just fabulous!

These papers just look fabulous! I can see using pieces for cards, for covering boxes. What a great idea to do a line of paper that features men!

Elaine Allen

I found old pictures of my grand-father and uncle during World War II... For me, it would be the perfect collection to go with them. I also like to do altered objects. Mmmmm... I already have a few ideas!!!

I think this line would be perfect for my photos of my daughter and my dad golfing together. He is the perfect gentleman ; )

this is so perfect, i really need some great "men papers" to work on more lo's of all the great men in my life!!!

I inherited 60 years of pictures of my grama and grampa this summer. The pictures start in the late 30's and early 40's. I will have a good start to my heritage album with this new line of paper.

I love three dimensional items. I see cards with matching, sort of, containers. When my hubby receives goodies to snack on he likes to keep them on his end table. Now I can make containers that look fab!
Sharon L

Papers are great. I really want to know when they will be available. I will make with them notebooks and albums for my brothres and husband.

Oh I would love to use this paper about my dad and his many Phases. Meaning, his rocker days, his biker days, his "Proper Gentleman"days and his cowboy Phase. Yeah my dad is a trip but I love him so much!! This paper would so bring out all the Phases of my dad's life. But most of all I would use it to bring out why I love him and why he is the best dad!!

Love the beautiful papers and mini's are great to work on with these yummy stuff.

Being that my husband is English, this would be the PERFECT set for me to create something very personal...what a great set!

Ohhhhhhhhh I am always struggling with crafts with a masculine flair so this will be perfect! Thank you for helping out those like me. I can just see some cigar boxes, wall art and cards using your beautiful papers. Please hurry!

My mother had four of the nicest uncles on the planet and she loved them dearly. I would love to make her an album using these for her! They all served in WWII and all lived through it. What wonderful gentlemen they were!

This paper would be perfect for all the men in my life!! I have three sons and a husband, so there are many opportunities to scrap them during the year! This is just gorgeous!

OMG! I can't wait. Now I wish I were going to CHA. BUT what would I do with A Proper Gentleman????? Already have plans to make a book housed in a cigar type box for a class in March-ish...Just in time for folks to finish for Father's Day

These sneak peeks are so exciting! I think I would enjoy using the new men's line to make some pages about my dad. Especially the golfing paper, since he's a bit of a duffer!

This line would be perfect for pictures of my grandfather!

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