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Hello! Thanks for stopping by!

Although we've carried our products on Two Peas for a long time now, we're excited to start participating on the site with our own manufacturers blog.

We thought we'd start things off right with a post about some of our latest products. We hope you like them!

First and foremost, we'll start off with new Thickers...



These new Thickers are available in several new fonts and mediums, including amazing looking Glitter. Excited? We are, too. Here's a picture of them in action:

Very cool! We've also introduced Thickers Accents, which are dimensional flourishes, frames, borders, etc. They look great on a layout or card. Here are a couple examples:



Moving right along, here is some of our new patterned paper from one of our four new paper lines. This line is called Amplified, which was inspired by our love of music. Just like a good mix CD or tape, the patterns are very eclectic and fun.



A very cool feature of Amplified is that many of the patterns have specialty finishes -- foil stamping, die-cut scalloped edges, embossing/debossing and spot varnish. Here's a close up of each one:



Like what you've seen so far? We're halfway done!

Next up are our new Corduroy Albums...



They come in 12x12, 8.5X11, 8X8 and an awesome new size for us ... 6X12.  What does that look like? Here's a sample ...



And here's a 6X12 layout, featuring our new transparent Remarks Stickers, that you'd see inside one of these albums:



Last but not least, an innovative new product we call Details. What are Details? Self-adhesive embellishments made of several layers of various materials that come together with a button or stitch. Just like a purse, jewelry and shoes pull together and complete an outfit, Details are the perfect way to "accessorize" a layout or card. Here's are a couple of close ups:

Here's what they look like on a page ...



... and in their packaging (they come in four color sets):



Well, there's a lot more to show, but we don't want this first post to get too out of hand, now do we?

If you'd like to see more, feel free to visit our website at, where all this and more is on display.

Thanks for checking out our Two Peas blog! We hope you had fun!

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