I'm really happy to be able to share some of the samples that I've been working on for the last week using the new Cosmo Cricket lines! You can see pictures of the full lines here on the Cosmo Cricket Blog.
First up is Material Girl. (I'm putting these in the same order that they are in on the Cosmo Cricket Blog to avoid confusion.) While I am not adept at sewing like my mother and grandmother, you know that I still love to sew on my cards. The Material Girl line is perfect for sewing themes!
On this first card, I also used PaperTrey Ink's Quilters Sampler set for the sentiment. On the second card, the sentiment is from Daily Designs Sentiments, and the flowers are cut out from Material Girl paper and enhanced with Stickles.
My last Material Girl card uses a piece of chipboard from the Material Girl line--isn't it a cute one?
Next, I have a couple of cards from the Joy Ride line and its coordinating Ready, Set, Chipboard. What a fun line for boy projects! The second card uses a sentiment from Everyday Button Bits.
Last, but not least, is Garden Variety. Oh, MY! I love the vibrant colors and fruit and veggie themes! You already know I'm a sucker for pea pods, so it won't surprise you that I love them both stamped (yesterday's post) and in chipboard (today's post). The sentiment on the pea pod card is from Baby Button Bits; the leaves on the flower card below it are from Blooming Button Bits.
Edited to add: I've had several questions about the scallop die that I used. It's a new Spellbinders die that is coming out at this CHA, the S4-242 Big Scalloped Petite. I love it. :-) I'm not sure when the dies will start shipping, but it will be some time relatively soon after CHA. Hope this helps!