New Webster's Pages Release by Adrienne Looman ~ Family Traditions

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Posted 7/11/2013 by christicue in General Scrappin'
 

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Posted: 7/11/2013 11:37:54 PM
I may be biased {working for Webster's Pages and all}, but I am head over heels in love with Adrienne's style!! Her new collection, Family Traditions is so AMAZING! It's a Fall line and has so many cute little cutouts and features. Take a look at today's post on the Webster's Pages blog for the full reveal!!

http://websterspages.typepad.com/webstershome/2013/07/the-start-of-family-traditions-post.html

~ Christi

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Posted: 7/12/2013 12:03:29 AM
I LOVE it! Fall has always been my favorite season. This collection really has everything I love: great colors, usable products. It's just fabulous!!!


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Posted: 7/12/2013 12:16:15 AM
I love the trim and the clips so much! I think "cooky" is misspelled, though -- I think it's supposed to be "kooky." If that could be corrected, I'd snatch those sentiments up in a moment.



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Posted: 7/12/2013 12:40:37 AM
Haha! Thanks Jill! I guess spelling it with a "c" just adds a little extra flair to the "kooky-ness"

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Posted: 7/12/2013 12:41:14 AM
Other than the "cooky" I love everything about this release!


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Posted: 7/12/2013 2:07:07 AM
Gorgeous !



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Posted: 7/12/2013 2:58:37 AM
Hi everyone thank you so much for your kind thoughts on my new collection with Webster's Pages, I am super excited for it's reveal today. I just wanted to quickly write about the "cooky family" sticker. The word "cooky" can be spelled with a C or a K. If spelled with a C it is usually considered a slang word. Spelled with a K is I suppose the more formal word. If you check out the urban dictionary {here} You can see that it's not a spelling error, but rather a choice in slang or formal wording

Although, cooky being spelled with a "C" may not appeal to everyone, just wanted to clear that up. Thanks again and hope you all have an AWESOME Friday and weekend! hugs <3



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Posted: 7/12/2013 6:01:05 AM
Thanks, Adrienne. I researched it before posting here, since I didn't want to put my foot in my mouth. Other than Urban Dictionary (to which anyone can add), the more conventional dictionary spellings that I found were with "k" rather than "c." "Kooky" is a slang word, but the common spelling is with a k, so I thought I'd mention it, just in case.



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Posted: 7/12/2013 6:38:25 AM
Oh you're right Jill, I didn't know that the Urban Dictionary were words created and uploaded by the general public until now. Thank you for the clarification



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Posted: 7/12/2013 8:20:03 AM
Gorgeous collection!



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Posted: 7/12/2013 8:21:22 AM
Beautiful collection!


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Posted: 7/12/2013 9:24:20 AM
This is FANT-A-BULOUS!!!



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Posted: 7/12/2013 9:28:54 AM
Stunning! Love the colors! So far this is the only collection that I just know I will get.

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Posted: 7/12/2013 10:18:51 AM
Beautiful Beautiful!! gets my heart racing

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Posted: 7/12/2013 10:21:08 AM
I love the woodgrain! I've personally always spelled and seen cooky with a c.


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Posted: 7/12/2013 10:50:40 AM
Love it!

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Posted: 7/12/2013 2:14:44 PM
Yeah, I have to say the whole "cooky" thing doesn't look right to me, slang or not.
It reminds me of a "cookie" or a family that cooks
I prefer kooky.




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Posted: 7/12/2013 5:10:09 PM
Love this collection...it cookylicious


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Posted: 7/12/2013 5:48:51 PM
Love the colors.

I definitely would not use something I consider to be a misspelling, which is how I view "cooky", but since it is not a repeated part of the line it would be super easy to just not use that particular portion.




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Posted: 7/12/2013 5:52:23 PM
Some people do spell the word "cookie" as "cooky". So that's probably why it makes you think of it.


Here are some entries from Dictionary.com:



kook·y
[koo-kee]
adjective, kook·i·er, kook·i·est. Slang.
of, like, or pertaining to a kook; eccentric, strange, or foolish.
Also, kook·ie.

Origin:
1955–60; kook + -y1

Dictionary.com Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary


kooky or kookie (ˈkuːkɪ

— adj , kookier , kookiest
informal crazy, eccentric, or foolish

kookie or kookie

— adj

Collins English Dictionary


kooky
1959, Amer.Eng., originally teenager or beatnik slang, possibly a shortening of cuckoo. Noun form kook is attested from 1960.
Online Etymology Dictionary





cookie or cooky (ˈkʊkɪ

— n , pl -ies
1. ( US ), ( Canadian ) Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): biscuit a small flat dry sweet or plain cake of many varieties, baked from a dough
2. a Scot word for bun
3. informal a person: smart cookie
4. computing a piece of data downloaded to a computer by a website, containing details of the preferences of that computer's user which identify the user when revisiting that website
5. informal that's the way the cookie crumbles matters are inevitably or unalterably so

[C18: from Dutch koekje, diminutive of koek cake]

cooky or cooky

— n

[C18: from Dutch koekje, diminutive of koek cake]

Collins English Dictionary

cooky
variant of cookie.
Online Etymology Dictionary,





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