Thursday, November 4, 2010

November Fairy Sneak Peeks


It's day 2 of the sneak peeks for our November release (it's also Tangii Crain's birthday!) and what we are peeking today is a favorite among many... new additions to the Beautiful Day Fairies line by Diem Pascarella!

For our release this month, we decided to theme the fairies (which we do from time to time).
We have recreated The Nutcracker Story with Claire, the nutcracker and the sugar plum fairy!
But wait... thats not all... after popular request, we are releasing Celest from the Celestial Possibilties card kit as a single!!!! We said we might do it in time, well just before the holidays with everyone holiday wishes and dreams of peace seemed like the best time to do it!

Check out these fantabulous samples from the Paper Makeup Artists! The artists have these cards up on their blogs today if you would like to go check them out, read some details and leave a little love. :D

First here's Claire!

Card by Maria Gurnsey

card by Tangii Crain

Next up is The Nutcracker!

Card by Randee Elsing



And then we have the Sugar Plum Fairy (who works great all year round, really!)
Card by Katie Cotton


Card by Lisa McKinney

And while many of you remember when Celest was release with the Celestial Possibilties card kit, we may have a few new fans out here, so here is is sneaked again, with new papers and colors used!



Journal by Dawn Mercedes


Now you know you want the chance to win them! Leave a comment on this post with one of your favorite childhood holiday memories! The winner will be announced at our release party (november 7th from 9-11pm EST). This is also when the stamps will be live on the site for purchase!

18 comments:

Donna said...

Lovely cards, ladies! Happy birthday to Tangii! My favorite childhood memory always happened before Christmas. As kids we would always go to downtown Cincinnati before the holidays to see the lights, decorations and especially the CG&E train display. It really was a site to see and while we visit over the holidays we've carried on the tradition with our own children!

Sue in CT said...

I love the cards, great job!
My favorite childhood memory is seeing the lights. We would all pile in the car and go for a ride to ohhh and ahhh at all the house lights. It was a yearly tradition as we always lived in apartments so we never had outdoor lights or lawn ornaments.
I carried this on with my children and even now that they are grown and my partents gone, I still go every year for a ride to see the lights.
Happy Birthday Tangii...Happy Birthday to you....

Kristie said...

Ooooh I just love the Fairy with the Nutcracker and the Nutcracker himself! My favorite childhood memory is decorating the tree with my mom - my favorite ornaments to put on the tree were the Nutcracker line of ornaments from Avon. She gave them to me last year to use on my tree in my first house. :)

Ms. Jen said...

These are fabulous! I so love Paper Makeup Stamps! My favorite memory is Christmas Eve night with my son. It's not that we do something special, it's just that it's such an exciting time just the three of us opening one gift and sharing memories of christmas past. He graduates this year so I know these nights will just be a memory soon. I think I'll treasure this years the most!

jan farnworth said...

how lovely hmm lets see my favorite child hood memories. How about the time my sister and i went tree climbing in our back yard and she got stuck. So i had to help her down and though she was scared she trusted that her big sister would get her down.

Maya said...

My favourite memories from when I was a child is waking up on christmas and finding the house transformed with christmas decorations and candles everywhere. Mom and dad always decorated the house after me and my brothers went to sleep and we would explore the house until brekfast wich used to be 7-10 kinds of cookies and hot chocholate with whipped cream. The cookies and chocholate-brekfast I still do with my own kids, but we decorate the house much sooner since I loooove christmas and all the candles and decorations :)

Tracey said...

Gorgeous fairies!! I love them!!
I have so many fabulous childhood memories that I don't know if I could pick just one. One though is the days when I was younger and my siblings and I would put together our own air band and sing to the Mini Pops! Now, that was just good times!!

jennruggeri75 said...

WOW!! These fairies are beautiful and the DT has totally outdone themselves!! My favorite childhood memory would have to be at Christmas when my brother, sister, and I would sneak downstairs to see what Santa left for us. It was always so magical!!

AScrappersDelight said...

LOVE the new fairies!
As a young girl I remember the year my great-grandma spent the night with us on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning I woke her up at 4 in the morning to see what Santa had brought and she didn't mind at all! :) She has long since past so the memory makes my heart happy!

Lindsy said...

WOW! Those are just beautiful!
Happiest of Birthdays to Tangii!
My favorite childhood memory is Christmas Eve. We opened our gifts on Christmas morning, but on Christmas Eve we sat together and read the Christmas story, then afterwards played Christmas music on the stereo while the last gifts were wrapped and placed under the tree =)

Lila said...

I love the cards. My favorite childhood memory is waking up on christmas and finding the house transformed with christmas

Lila said...

I love the cards. My favorite childhood memory is waking up on christmas and finding the house transformed with christmas

Alex said...

oh my gosh!!! I MUST have these! As a December baby who has been to the nutcracker a million times, but never enough, I WILL own these! Thank you, Thank you!!!

Lesley from WI said...

Beautiful cards. My favorite memory was and still is going to see A Christmas Carol every year with all of our family!

Irit Shalom said...

Can't say what is better- the first day- the second!! Just wow!!

Anne B. said...

Great cards. Snow outside, warm and cozy inside, and the right people.

FibreJunky said...

I remember when I was young, wanting my mom to get up on Christmas morning, so I'd take her a cup of coffee promptly at 6am, because I wasn't allowed to wake her up any earlier than that...and since I knew she wasn't doing anything without that coffee, I figured I could get to the presents a lot quicker if I took the coffee to her instead of waiting for her to go to the coffee. The first time I did it, she laughed so hard.

Sanwanya said...

Love all the cards and cute fairies!!