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Webster's Pages + Unity Stamp Company {Stamped Embellishments}


Ooooh, we are LOVING all this Unity swap and all the beautiful things the Unity Girls are posting on their blog! Have you been over to check it out? 

Today we get to share even MORE hand-stamped inspiration for you and we couldn't be more excited! 

Here is a gorgeous layout from Tomoko Takahashi...go ahead, lean in closer for a really good look:


Tomoko made all her circle accents by covering the circle tag from the Doily and Chevron Stamp Tag Set with two different colors of ink and stamping them onto patterned paper. 


Next, she cut out the circles and adhered them onto her layout:


Notice how she used Foam adhesive to pop the circles up off the background for a very cool visual effect:


We also love the addition of the circular Perfect Accents to add even more interest. 

Speaking of circles and Perfect Accents, Nina Ostermann also found a great use for both. Look how she embossed white ink onto her paper and then layered a Perfect Accent on top for the perfect Clean and Simple results:


Nina's layout boasts the perfect amount of white space, but there's still plenty to look at. And notice her use of our new Mini Message Stickers:


These are wonderful to mix and match like Nina's done here. 








Designer Jaz Lee also got a chance to play with her stamps. To create some handmade, textured elements, she stamped onto patterned paper and then cut hexagons out to use on her layout:


The inked up additions are to die for and we couldn't be more inspired by the results!


So, do you have itchy fingers? There's so much more to see today over at the Unity Blog, and there's still time to enter yesterday's giveaway if you scroll on down! 

Happy stamping! 

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Webster's Pages + Unity Stamp Company {Getting Inky}


We're so happy you agree that Unity + Webster's Pages is a match made in heaven! We think you're going to fall in love this week with all the fabulous inspiration, but why keep talking about it when I can just show you? 

Look at this gorgeous layout from Classic Designer Gerry van Gent:


Gerry used the Unity/Girl Land Fun Burst Stamp to stamp a lovely photo background on her white cardstock. And here, you can see how she used the Tea Cup Tag stamp to create a gorgeous tag to highlight part of her title. 


As if that weren't enough, look at how Gerry dolled up this little hand-cut girl motif with trim and gems:


Are you as smitten as we are? 

These background stamps are incredibly versatile and so fun to use. 


Clean and Simple Designer Jaime Warren also worked her magic with just the right amount of stamping for her lovely Clean and Simple design:

Jaime_webJaime used the Bubbly Background Stamp for this hint of texture she created. She misted the stamp in white mist and shine mist and then stamped my background paper. The results are stunning! 


How about another Girl Land Giveaway?

We're going to give away a collection kit today to one lucky reader! Just tell us which stamp is your favorite and you'll be entered to win! 

And be sure to head over to the Unity Stamp Company BLOG to see what they're Design Team is doing with their Girl Land papers & products! 

As for yesterday's prize pack...the winner is: 

Jona Panesa

wow! gotta have these stamps!

Posted by: Jona Panesa | May 30, 2012 at 03:52 AM

Jona, send me your address at cwalsh {at} websterspages {dot} com & we'll get your prized shipped out ASAP!

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Webster's Pages + Unity Stamp Company


Did you notice that our brand new Girl Land Collection has a whole perfectly coordinated stamp set? We didn't want that to slip under your radar, so this whole week, we're teaming up with the awesome folks at Unity Stamp Company to show you what a match made in heaven these stamps and Girl Land really are. 

And stay tuned...we're giving away LOTS of amazing prizes this week! 

First up, take a look at Anabelle's gorgeous layout and marvel at how she added so many beautiful stamped images in a perfectly soft way:


Anabelle used a couple different stamp sets on her page, the Girl Land Doily Chevron and Girl Land Diamonds to create stamped accents. Here's, she stamped in white ink and then embossed her images with white embossing powder.   


To stay with the circle theme, she next cut more circles from the Girl Land papers, matted them on white cardstock and stitched around the edges for the perfect complement to her photo. 

Emma Trout also had fun playing with the Unity stamps designed for our Girl Land Collection: Emma_web

And when we say "play" we really mean it! Emma's layout reminds us of a happy playground of paint and ink...and we love the way she incorporated stamps throughout the layout. What a gorgeous job! 


She is making us swoony for the chevrons all over again! And notice how in several places, you get just a hint of the stamp, as if she hasn't applied full pressure to apply them. This is a lovely way to create a bit of visual interest on any background! 

And in case you were wondering, our Clean and Simple girls are also getting busy with these Unity Stamps! Look at this adorably stunning page from Designer Stacey Michaud: 


We LOVE how she used the Bubbly Background Stamp to create a fun design and then continued it by hand-cutting the polka-dots from our Bubbly Patterned Paper. What a great idea to tie the stamp right into her design. 


Stacey proves hand-stamping can be easy and perfect for any Clean and Simple Designer! 

Diana Brodeur also shows off a clean and simple design that is to die for: 


Notice how she stamped the Doily and Chevron Tag Set onto patterned paper and then cut them out, layering them underneath her photo for added visual interest? These simple additions are absolute stunners, and they're just one of the many reasons we're in LOVE with the Unity Stamps for the Girl Land Collection! 

So, how would you like to WIN a Girl Land Prize pack today?

Here's how you can! All you have to do is leave us a comment and tell us: What is your favorite way to use stamps in your crafting? 

The BEST news is that today you can also win over on the Unity Blog! Head over there for more incredible, inspiring combinations of Webster's Pages + Unity Stamps and find out more on how you can win!

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Crafting With Kids {A Girl Land Layout}


We absolutely love sharing our love of all things crafty with our kids...though sometimes, we admit, we struggle to share our product! 
Gerry van Gent is back today to show you just how unselfish she was when her daughter, Leanne, decided she wanted to create a layout using some of Gerry's new Girl Land products. (Leanne has GREAT taste!) 
You can do this too in just a few simple steps. 
Step ONE: Allow your child to choose a photo he or she wants to scrap. Leanne picked on of her mommy "as a princess..." 



Step TWO: Sort through the products you will allow your child to use. In this case, Gerry is putting her scraps to great use. Look at this huge pile Leanne got to choose from...


Step THREE: Okay, this is a hard one. Stand back and allow your child to decorate their layout however they want. We know it's going to be hard not to jump in, but this is her chance to be, as much as it pains the perfectionist scrapbooker in you...just shhhhh....:) 


Step FOUR: Use this chance to teach your child one or two simple concepts that you use in your scrapbooking. (This is when you get to speak up!) Here, Gerry showed Leanne a little bit about hand-cutting...and Leanne did a pretty amazing job:


Step FIVE: Photograph the layout to share with the rest of the world...because her layout is absolutely beautiful! (Tell her so!)


Step Six: No explanation needed: Just admire her... 


So, what kind of scrapbooking and/or papercrafting are you doing with your kids? We'd love to see your successes! We all need great summer projects to do with our kids!

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Crafting With Kids {Paper Dolls for Little Ones}

This week, you might have guessed that our kids are getting their craft on...and all ages are welcome to attend. 

Today, Designer Jill Cornell has created two very fabulous Girl Land Paper Dolls:


For two very fabulous little girls:


Jill's three-year-old twins are beyond cute, and with a little help from their mommy, they were able to bring these paper dolls to life. 

Jill cut the clothing out for them, adding bits of Girl Land embellishments...


Trims, Tutu Trim, Storyteller Alphas, Dazzle-Me Gems and Netting all make these little girls come to life. 


Jill added the tabs on the sides of the clothing so her twins could easily dress their new friend. 


It's simple, easy and quick, but can you think of a better way to entertain two cuties after naptime? 


Who else is dying over that photo? These girls are TOO adorable. And we think their paper dolls are pretty snazzy too! 

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Crafting With Kids {Boy Edition}

If you've got a little boy in your life who loves to paint, draw, cut and paste, this post is for you, though it's so versatile, little girls will love it too. 

Designer Gerry van Gent is here today to share these gorgeous bookmarks: 

Bookmarks_webGerry happened to see this idea in a Creating Keepsakes idea book a few years back, and it made quite the impression because she's remembered it ever since...and now, she's putting it into action with the help of her son, Alexander. 

Step One: Trace two rectangles sizes: 7" x 3.5"  and  5" x 2.5". Alexander is using our Game On Collection, which is perfect for boy projects.


Step Two: Cut the two rectangles. 


Step Three: Fold the rectangles in half.
Step Four: Pause and look handsome.

Step Five: Fold both sides of the rectangle toward the center, as if making the point of a paper airplane. 

Step Six: Use adhesive or tape to create a pocket of sorts, sticking the two sides together.
Step Seven: Pause and look like you should be on the cover of a magazine. 

Step Eight:  Decorate the bookmarks with fun words and cut outs. 
Step Nine: Show your handiwork in action.

Easy right? 
Next time you need a rainy-day activity or something to instill creativity in your kids, try Gerry's adorable bookmarks...perfect for boys, girls and moms of all ages!
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Webster's Pages in NYC????!

We SURE are! 

Here's Brandin to tell you a little bit more about what we're doing there!

That's right, friends. We wanted you to be the FIRST to know, we're diving head-first into some fabulous new imprintable invitations and social stationery. 

What's that? You need a sneak peek? 

Why, we just happen to have one right here...


There are 8 different collections, so this is just the tippy-top of the iceberg...and we can hardly wait to share the rest with you. 

We're so excited about the NEW ways Webster's Pages is expanding and growing, and so thankful for every one of you and hope you'll be coming along with us! 

You're in for an awesome ride! 

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Crafting With Kids {Summer Vacation Memory Jar}

As the school year comes to a close, (do you believe that?!) it's time to start thinking about summer. And for many people, summer means vacation. And for us here at Webster's Pages, vacation means GREAT memories that need to be scrapped! 

Why not get your kids in on the fun? Jamie Harder created this adorable Palm Beach-y memory jar to preserve their vacation memories and the fun things her girls collected on the beach:


Now you really can bottle up the greatness of vacation all year round...and what better way to do that than with our Palm Beach Collection?


We love how Jamie has dolled up this simple tag with a Perfect Accent and pink bulldog clip and then written the name of their vacation spot so they know exactly where these shells were collected. 

The best part is, her daughter can take ownership of this sweet little jar...


Next time you go on vacation, think about preserving the fun things you find with an easy to create memory jar like Jamie's. With just a bit of supervision, your kids can get in on the fun of decorating, placing the items inside and finding the perfect place to put it on display! 

Click any of the images below to start shopping for your own Palm Beach! 

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Girly Challenge {& LOTS of WINNERS!}

Challenge time around here is always a favorite, and this week is no exception! 

Not only do we get to continue to share this awesome new collection with you, but now we get to challenge you to make something that celebrates your girly-ness! In honor of Girl Land, this month's Challenge is to create a layout on the topic "Why I love being a girl..." 

Take a peek at how Iris Babao Uy and Nina Ostermann have taken this challenge: 

First up, Iris...


Iris' sweet layout is girly-ness at its very best! Look at all the detail and how it just makes her photo pop. From flowers to butterflies to doiles and lace, this page clearly says "I love being a girl"!  


Nina took a Clean and Simple approach to celebrate her favorite thing about being a girl, and we think you'll agree that it's every bit as lovely...


Nina's layout has focused layers, clusters of loveliness that all say "girly", and hopefully inspire you to get creating!


So, here are the challenge details... 

The majority of your project must contain Webster’s Pages products. 

  1. The project must use Webster's Pages Papers (any collection) and either mini princess petals and/or Perfect Accents.
  2. You must post your project in the Inspire Me gallery under the file name "May GIRLY Challenge - (title of your project)"  and post a link in the comments section on this blog entry.
  3. The challenge will be open from today to June 13th, 12 midnight PST.

The winner will get to choose the collection kit of their choice! So put on your girly thinking cap and get to creating! If you're feeling uninspired, perhaps this will help...

(Click the image! There's nothing better than having a great scrapbooking soundtrack!) 

Did someone say WINNERS?

Yes, this is a VERY big day here on the blog...

First, let us offer congratulations to our April Challenge winner, Romy, who created this beautiful card:Romy's-Cardweb

Romy wins the collection kit of her choice (Email me at cwalsh{at}websterspages{dot}com and let me know which collection you want! And thank you so much for sharing this beautiful creation with us! 

As for the BLOG HOP!...

We are thrilled to announce the following winners: 

  • Anabelle's blog prize is a Girl Land Collection Kit and the winner is: LEA LAWSON
  • Gerry's blog prize is a Girl Land Embellishment Prize Package and the winner is: NICOLE DOIRON
  • Emma's blog prize is a Girl Land Storyteller Collection (Journaling Cards, Calendar Cards, Storytellers) and the winner is: NAIARA FROM BRAZIL 
  • Diana's blog prize is a Girl land Collection Kit and the winner is: ERIN BLEGEN
  • Kay's blog prize is a Girl Land stamp set and the winner is: MARGIE VISNICK 
  • Jamie's blog prize is Girl Land Trims & Flowers and the winner is: MIRIAM PRANTHER 
  • Courtney's blog prize is the entire Girl Land Collection and the winner is: MELITA CHOW

Yay! Thanks to everyone who played along! If you're a winner, send your address to: cwalsh{at}websterspages{dot}com and we'll get your prizes shipped out ASAP! 

Have a beautiful, GIRLY weekend, everyone!

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Step-by-Step Girl Land with Emma Trout

Today we are so excited to bring a little bit of England to our blog...Emma Trout is here to teach us how to create this gorgeous layout:

Rainbow_webWe're so excited about this collection (and Emma's tutorial), so let's dig right in. 

Take it away, Emma...

I was so inspired by the colours and striped design of the  ‘Retail Shopping’ paper from ‘Girl Land ‘ collection that I decided to create a rainbow themed page.


For this, I chose to use watercolour paints to emulate a rainbow colour mix...teaming it with the gorgeous bright colours in the range.

Here’s how I created this page:

I cut out a rainbow of Girl Land designs: Doilies, flowers, circles, tags and layered them onto white cardstock until I was happy with the design. DO NOT glue anything onto the cardstock at this stage. I made a pencil mark on to the cardstock to show it’s position and remove the designs.


I wanted to use a watercolour technique on this layout. You can achieve this by using watercolour paints, watered down acrylic paints, watercolour pencils or even Glimmer Mists.

Start by applying a layer of plain water onto the cardstock, in the area where you will be applying colour. Before the paint dries apply two or more drops of colour and allow them to bleed together. When you are happy allow to dry.

I wanted to add some fine paint splatter on top of the watercolour and achieved this by dipping an old toothbrush into black acrylic paint and flicking the bristles so the paint splatted on to the cardstock.

When dry, add design made in step one.

I tore the right side of the cardstock and layered two Girl Land papers underneath to make the layout 8.5 “ x 11”.

Finish the layout by using the techniques learned in step 1-3 to create a cluster of photos and papers to the right of cardstock and adding journalling strips and a title.


Emma's results are clearly spectacular, and now that she's broken it all down for us, not that difficult to achieve! 


So, tell us...what are you going to make when you get your Girl Land?

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Everyone LOVES Girl Land!


Well, Girl Land is flying off the shelves, and we're SO excited about the response to this fabulous collection! If you haven't gone shopping yet, you can click HERE to see the whole line and start filling your cart!

We aren't the only ones loving this new collection...some of our favorite industry pros are also falling in love with Girl Land...

(You can find Becky HERE at Page Maps or HERE at Scrapbook & Cards Today)

And here is Becky's favorite sheet of Girl Land paper:


We agree...that one IS swoony! 

And Susan Opel from Paper Crafts Magazine also has a favorite...


Here's the sheet of paper Susan is in love with:

(You can often find Susan blogging right HERE at PaperCrafts Connection)

We're all enamored with Girl Land, including our Design Team who continue to blow us away with amazing layouts and projects!

Here's a layout from the wonderful Diana Brodeur showing a Clean and Simple approach to Girl Land:


Diana mixed the green and the purple in this new line for a beautiful result. Notice how she created such a gorgeous layout with limited embellishments. Simple, easy and still so beautiful! 

Speaking of gorgeous, Gabrielle Pollacco worked some Classic Webster's magic. Like Diana, she pulled out the purples in Girl Land for fabulous results:


Gabi built her entire layout around the violet posies in one of the patterned papers. 

Gorgeous, right? 

So, what's your favorite thing about Girl Land?? We'd LOVE to know! 

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Welcome {Guest Designer} Jen Jockisch

IMG_1365Today we are SO thrilled to bring you our May Guest Design Team Member, Jen Jockisch

Jen has fans all over the scrapbooking community, and we definitely count ourselves among them! We love her unique style and the way she always comes up with something creative and just a little bit funky! 

We sent Jen our Palm Beach and Game On Collections and of course we were anxious to see how she worked her magic with them...

Let me just tell you, we were NOT disappointed! 

First, let me show you Jen's take on a Game On layout:Wp1_web

I am loving the vintage feel of this project, and the way she worked her magic with those playing card images? To die for! 

She also brought Palm Beach to life:

Pulling out the fabulous Chevrons in this collection, Jen was able to create a fun, inspiring layout featuring her own photo and a summer tradition. 

But that's not all! We love having Guest Designers because our Design Team REALLY gets inspired by their gorgeous work. Here, Anabelle and Jaz have both created Jen-inspired pages using our newest collection, Girl Land! 

First up, Anabelle:

Don't you LOVE how Anabelle created a BOY layout using GIRL LAND? We were all anxious to see how she did that and I'd say she pulled that off perfectly! 

Jaz also worked her layered magic with our brand new line:


The details here are astounding! We can't get enough of Jen's inspiration and we can't get enough of Girl Land! 

We can hardly wait to show you the rest of our designers' Jen-inspired layouts as well as another page from Jen herself. You can see it all now right HERE ON THIS THREAD over at InspireME. 

And to start shopping for your own GIRL LAND (or any of our collections!), you can click HERE and head over to our website! Our Girl Land Blog Hop is still up and running so scroll down for more info!

This stuff is already flying off the shelves, so shop early! :) 

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Girl Land BLOG HOP {It's On Sale NOW!}


The day is finally here! Girl Land is officially on sale and shipping starts this week! We can hardly wait to get this new collection out the door and into your hands. 

So far, the response to this new line has been phenomenal, and we haven't even shown you the whole collection yet! 

Today, we get to share one of the best parts of any new line...the embellishments! Take a look at the Girl Land Mini Princess Petals: 


Next up, the Girl Land Perfect Accents: 


And finally, the Girl Land Trims...


This line also features a very special trim addition we're all a little giddy over...the Tutu Trim Card:


Are you drooling yet? 

But wait! That's not all! Today we are beyond excited because
we're kicking off our Girl Land Blog Hop!
Sixteen different blogs all with Girl Land inspiration for you to enjoy...


Hidden around the hop on SEVEN of the blogs are Girl Land
prizes (One lucky winner will score the ENTIRE collection!) you can enter to win...but here's the thing...we're not telling you which blogs the prizes are on! 

So, How do I enter?

All you have to do is leave a comment on any (or all!) of the Girl Land Blog Hop Posts. Comments on the posts with prizes will be entered into the giveaway and on Friday, we'll announce the winners! You can comment on one or all sixteen, the choice is totally yours!

Not only do you have TONS of chances to win, you also have tons of inspiration to take in...Let me give you a little peek at what you're going to find along the way:




Where do I start?

Leave a comment right here on this post...and then head over to Anabelle's blog! (Click her name to get there!) She's got a beautiful project and her post will lead you to the next one and so on.

There is SO MUCH for you to see today...we hope you love it as much as we do! And don't forget to head right over to the Webster's Pages website to fill up your cart with GIRL LAND

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Celebrate Moms with Girl Land {On Sale MONDAY!}



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Scrapbooking for Teens & Tweens with {Girl Land}


It's no secret that we are in a GIRLY mood this week, and the fun just keeps on keeping on. 

Today, I give you designer Stacey Michaud, who created this sweet Mother's Day Matchbook Album for the Creating Keepsakes Blog yesterday (there's a giveaway!) AND who is here today via satellite to share what she loves about being a girl...

One of our favorite things about this collection is its versatility. We've shown you altered projects, little girl mini books and layouts and today, we're showing you how you can use this collection for teens and tweens!

Here's a closer look at Stacey's layout:


So many of these elements will work for girls at any age, and Stacey proves it here.  


A fresh, simple, elegant layout to show off the sweet teens and tweens in her life. 

Kay Rogers also loved playing with Girl Land. She created an altered canvas for a teen's bedroom:


Not only are we in love with the collection, we're in love with the way she's put it on display. Simple color-blocked squares, some glitter and a really awesome quote make this project a star. 



The pink wood grain Kay's talking about is this sheet right here...


...which is completely swoon-worthy! 

We really want to thank you guys for helping us spread the word about Girl Land! We're so excited we ship on MONDAY and we're even more excited to announce some winners for you today!

First, the winner of the Scrapbook Adhesives/Webster's Pages prize pack is: 

Mimi H.

Everyday Poetry is such a beautiful collection. Thanks for the chance to win.

Posted by: Mimi H. | May 05, 2012 at 12:55 PM

AND...the winner of the entire Girl Land Collection is: 

Kelly Massman

Posted by: Kelly Massman | May 08, 2012 at 05:02 PM

You girls send an email to me at cwalsh{at}websterspages{dot}com and I'll order up your prizes! Congrats!

And be sure to come back Monday {SHIP DAY!} for our Girl Land Blog Hop...where you'll have tons more chances to WIN!

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You're invited to a {Girl Land} Tea Party


Few things are as girly as a backyard tea party, and Designer Larissa Albernaz sure does know how to make a party special. Using our new Girl Land collection, a variety of our embellishments and a lot of creativity, Larissa has created the perfect little space for her daughter and her niece to enjoy a spot of tea. 


Larissa has created everything from table centerpieces to cupcake holders to a beautiful banner and more. And friends, she did this all in a day's time. 

It all starts with a stunning invitation...


And the rest...well, let's take a closer look at each we can all drool together.





And of course, the crowning jewel of the tea party...the teapot:


Absolutely stunning. 

We are so in awe of this gorgeous party decor, we're all having a cup of tea in its honor. Thank you to Larissa for sharing her crazy-awesome-talent with us!


Don't forget, you can WIN Girl Land and create your own backyard tea party set...or handmade cards...or scrapbook pages...or whatever your heart desires! 

Simply Facebook, Pin, Tweet or Blog about the collection with links to one of our Girl Land posts and leave a comment for each thing you do on THIS POST! (click the link)

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New Girl Land Stamps from Unity!


If there's one thing we love around here, it's launching a new collection...especially one with so much instant versatility. Today, I get to show off an amazing mini album project by Clean and Simple Designer Jill Cornell. 



Here's what Jill says about our fabulous new line: 

"As soon as I saw the Girl Land papers and especially the new Mini Messages stickers, I knew that I wanted to create a mini album for each of my daughters.

I interviewed each of them at age 3 and paired the interview with birthday photos of them.

I love the phrases on the stickers and they were perfect for the photos that I selected. I misted a few pages of the album in colors to match the Girl Land papers. I was so inspired by the bright, fun, happy colors in this collection!"

And now, we get to bring more of that inspiration to you...


Jill's mini books are absolutely adorable...and easy to create two of them if you happen to have two sweet girls to scrap! 


You can see how these playful patterns make the absolute BEST backdrop for three-year-old memories. And Jill's whimsical designs are the loveliest addition.


We could stop right there, but there's not a chance! Not when I have something as FABULOUS as this to share with you today!! 

NEW GIRL LAND STAMPS from Webster's Pages & Unity Stamp Co.!!!!!

And we're so thankful to have Angela Magnuson from Unity to tell us a little bit more about them...







So there you have it. 

NINE more reasons to fall in love with Girl Land! 

So just to recap, here's what you need to know about Girl Land: 

*** It ships Monday, May 14th. 

*** So far we've added stamps, journaling cards and calendar cards to the Main Line Reveal. 

*** There are TONS more gorgeous embellishments coming next week! 

*** You can WIN the whole collection by sharing this post, these images or any of our Girl Land promos all this week...

Just see THIS POST for details on how!

Today we'd love to hear from you on how you use stamps in your paper crafting! What are your plans for these bad boys? 

Be sure to come back tomorrow for more fabulous {girly} inspiration as Girl Land Launch Week continues. 


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Win the {ENTIRE GIRL LAND} Collection


We had SO much fun chatting with you girls last night...and even more fun giving away prize packs of this amazing collection. So, we want to do it again. 

Watch this video and find out how YOU CAN WIN
the entire GIRL LAND collection!


Now, if you're not the video-watching type, read on, I'll outline the giveaway for you again at the end of the post.

But first, I have to show you this awesome Clean and Simple layout from the amazing Diana Brodeur. 

Diana got her papers just yesterday, cracked them open and sent me this:


Diana is Clean and Simple at heart, but she's been able to mix and match Classic Webster's Papers with our Clean and Simple designs for beautiful results. 

The best part is, we haven't even shown you everything...

Girl Land boasts not one but TWO different kinds of Journaling Cards. First, our Designer Journaling Cards. These are fairly traditional journaling cards with lines for journaling:

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 And then we have Calendar Cards:

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How adorable are these? I find them perfectly swoony, and I cannot wait to start seeing them turning up on layouts and projects! 

So how do I win?

All this week you have the chance to WIN BIG PRIZES {like the entire collection.}
Simply help us spread the word by:

1. Sharing a link to our Girl Land Blog posts on your Facebook page

2. Tweeting a link to one of our Girl Land Blog posts

3. PIN one of our Girl Land Projects or product images to Pinterest

4. Blog about all this girly goodness on your personal blog

Then come back to THIS THREAD and leave us a comment telling us which one of these you've done. The kicker is, you can do this all week long...Today, tomorrow and Thursday (that's FOUR chances to win each day!)

You'll be entered to win THE ENTIRE COLLECTION (and some other wonderful prizes!)

So tell us, so far...what's your favorite thing about Girl Land?

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Introducing {GIRL LAND}



We can't wait to get this into your hot little hands!

****Remember this is just the MAIN LINE, and we're going to be adding to it all week long
with tons more embellishment surprises!****

Feast Your Eyes On...



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A gorgeous, double-sided patterned die cut paper: 


And introducing our brand new Girl Land Stickers:




And our Storyteller Alphas:


Watch the blog all week for TONS more add-ons to this gorgeous collection AND your chance to win the whole thing! We can't wait to hear what you think because we're totally smitten!


And now the WINNERS from the ONLINE CHAT PARTY! 

Winners of a Girl Land Prize Pack: 

Amy Voorthuis

Pam Lange

Melissa Elsner


Rachel Kaufman

If you've won, send an email with your address to me at cwalsh {at} websterspages {dot} com! If you haven't won...come back tomorrow!

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A GREAT day ? Introduction to NEW Collection Girl Land!






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Webster's Pages * Scrapbook Adhesives Swap {Giveaway Day!}

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It's the final day of our Swap with Scrapbook Adhesives, and while we're sad we won't be singling their fabulous products out, you can bet we're still going to be using them. 

To conclude the week, we've got three more incredible projects for you. Inspiring and jaw-dropping and Classicaly Webster's. Today our girls are using our In Love Collection...and yes, we're all smitten! 

Look at this beautiful altered project from Jaz Lee:


Jaz creates art with her layers, and she does such a beautiful job. Scrapbook Adhesives certainly makes that job easier. Here, you can see how she used the Crafty Power Tape and the Adhesive sheets to help bring this project together. 


Such a great way to add tons of gorgeous details to any layout, card or altered project. Just look at everything she's added so beautifully. 


Tomoko Takahashi is also a detail-lover, and we're so happy she is...because that means we get to really appreciate so many different things about her layout.  


Our doilies are such a fabulous way to add a bit of texture to a layout, and Tomoko points out that the adhesive sheets are the perfect way to adhere them to your page. 


What a great idea! Then, when you add the Foam Squares, you've got nothing but pure beauty, making the details jump right off the page. 


Iris Babao Uy also took advantage of these stellar adhesives to create a lovely altered project that would make a beautiful addition to any home. 



Using the Crafty Power Tape, Iris was able to get great stick, even on the heavier embellishments, like the Perfect Accents. 


It's great to know that things will stay just where you want them and not fall apart the second you think you've finished! 


We have so loved hanging out with Scrapbook Adhesives today, we're going to give away a fun combo prize, a Scrapbook Adhesives pack along with the collection kit of your choice. 

All you have to do is tell us which collection kit you've got your eye on (you can see samples from our new collections throughout this entire product swap!

For an extra entry, head over to the Crafty Power Blog and give them a little "love" in the comments and you'll be entered to win their giveaway as well! 


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Everyone Loves a New Collection! {You're Invited to the BIG REVEAL!}


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Webster's Pages * Scrapbook Adhesives Swap {Day Four}

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So, here we are on Thursday of this week-long swap with the fabulous Scrapbook Adhesives...and we're so excited to share three Palm Beach projects today...

Kicking it off is Designer Stacey Michaud, who regularly uses the Foam Squares on her layouts. 

Like this one:


Since Stacey is a Clean and Simple scrapper, she loves to add a little bit of dimension to give her layouts some pop. You can see she added foam squares under the chevron paper and the flamingo strip to give both items some lift.  Scrapbook-adhesive_web

Stacey also used the Crafty Power Tape to hold down the Perfect Accents Silhouette and the trim. 


Stacey says, "It's strong enough to get the job done and you can make the piece as large or small as you need."


Designer Anabelle O'Malley created an amazing card, letting Palm Beach really shine. You can see all the little details that make this card so fun. 

Anabelle says: "Scrapbook Adhesives helped my card come together so easily. I love lots of dimension and texture on my projects and the different adhesives helped me add the layers to the card. The Crafty Power Tape was perfect for holding the strip of striped ribbon in place. The E-Z Runner tape did a great job of adhering the cameo to the die cut flower." 


Anabelle's favorite? The 3D Foam! She used it to pop up my umbrella, the sentiment and the top layer of her card and it worked like a dream! 

Finally, Gabrielle Pollacco also got busy with Palm Beach...and look at the results:


Such a beautiful layout! Gabrielle used three different kinds of adhesive to bring this page together. First, her hand-cut flower petals went on perfectly thanks to these trusty Adhesive Sheets:



Gabrielle explains, "I needed an adhesive that would tack down my cut out pieces in their entirety because I painted over the edges. I had to be sure the paper was good and secure right to the edges.
Of course, she also used the Foam Squares to give her page some extra lift, and the Crafty Power Tape was perfect for tacking down the Bloomer Trim. 



As you can see, we are loving this Webster's Pages + Scrapbook Adhesives marriage. We hope you're finding yourself inspired too! Be sure to come back tomorrow for a chance to win an awesome prize package from both manufacturers! 

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Webster's Pages * Scrapbook Adhesives Swap {Day Three}

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Here we are on Day Three of our swap with the amazing Scrapbook Adhesives, and we are having a ball. Our designers have been creating so many amazing projects with this stuff...and today is no exception.

Check out what Diana Brodeur did when she matched her trusty adhesives with our new Game On Collection...     


Diana used Mounting Squares to adhere the papers to her layout. She then used the Foam Squares to pop up the flower centers and banner title. Diana chose adhesive strips to adhere the pieces of ribbon to her layout, and those worked like a charm! 

Designer Jill Cornell also paired Game On with Scrapbook Adhesives for a fabulous outcome:


Her two-page spread celebrates "A Day Out With Thomas" and she was able to use a variety of Scrapbook Adhesives product to make sure the page came together beautifully... 



Jill used the Foam Squares for dimension behind the stars, the Crafty Power Tape behind the flowers on the stars and the Click 'n Stick Mounting Squares behind the photos, and clearly it worked like a charm. 


Jill's layout is so charming, and what a great way to capture this very special memory. 

Emma Trout also went to town with the SBA+Game On mash-up:


And wow. What a gorgeous page. I love how the collection takes on an entirely different feel on this layout. I suppose that goes to show how versatile this line is!


Emma's Butterfly Push Pin pops right off the page thanks to the Foam Square and her Sparkler was easy to adhere thanks to the super strong Adhesive Sheets.

Yes, we're in love. 


And who can blame us? Look at that dimension! 

It's fair to say we're a bit smitten with these adhesives...

Now, a Question for YOU: Tell us, what crafty project are you working on these days? We can't wait to hear!



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Webster's Pages * Scrapbook Adhesives Swap {Day Two}

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It's always so inspiring when great products meet up with other great products, and that's just what's happening this week as we team up with the lovely ladies of Scrapbook Adhesives

Today, we've got two more gorgeous layouts and a stellar card to share to inspire you for your next paper crafting project! These projects all feature our Sunday Picnic Collection, which is perfect for the spring memories you're making this month!

First, take a look at this layout by the ever-fabulous Jaime Warren:Jaime_web

Jaime took advantage of the Foam Squares, choosing just the right details to add dimension to. It gives the layout so much depth. 

These adhesives are equally as effective for all you cardmakers out there! 

Look what Jamie Harder created:


Jamie's simple style is met with a straightforward adhesive. EZ-mini dots are so easy to use, this card came together in a snap. For heavier embellishments, like this medallion sparkler, a balled up bit of Crafty Power Tape does the trick!


Finally, we're showing off Emeline Seet's more intricate style, which craves a strong adhesive. 


Because the Classic Webster's look loves layers and hand-cut elements, these 3D Foam squares are a must-have. They're self adhesive and so easy to use...and the results are clearly stunning!


Just apply to each corner of the element you're adhering, and you're good to go.


It really doesn't get much easier than that! 

If you're going to spend time creating pages, it's important that they don't fall apart. That's why these adhesives are perfection! 

Head over to the Crafty Power Blog today to see what the cracker jack team of designers has done with Webster's Pages!

On another note, head over to Two Peas in a Bucket starting today to find out how you can get a free gift with any Webster's Pages purchase.


If you've been waiting to stock up, now's the time! Plus, we're issuing a challenge that you're going to want to participate in! Go HERE to check it out! 



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