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New Release: To The Moon

Are you as in love with all of these new collections as I am? I mean, talk about sensory overload. Each of new Fancy Pants  collections is a perfect combo of colors, textures and design. I know the rest of the Pocket Chicks feel the same. You can tell they've been having a great time creating. Check out how they've worked their magic with To The Moon ...

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Oh Boy by CIndy Tobey
Cindy says, "Another awesome boy line by Fancy Pants! I love the bold designs and colors in this collection. I embellished the stars on the 'Shooting Star' patterned paper with glitter cut and printed chipboard stars. I also trimmed around the largest star with a craft knife and added some foam adhesive underneath to make it look like it's shooting right off the page."


Cole's Room Door Hanger by Allison Landy
Allison says, "The new To the Moon line had me giddy with all the great pieces incorporated. I love the bold, happy, full-of-energy colors, and the robots and aliens just make me giggle. I love when a line just makes me happy. For the door hanger, I snagged one of the scallops from the new scallop banner packs and started layering. The cute brads were a perfect fit inside the buttons and of course, I had to add my favorite new product, a die cut filter. Cole can't wait to hang his name plate on his bedroom door!"

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Super Boy by Trish Harwick
Trish says, "The bright, primary colors of this collection made it perfect for this 'super hero' photo I captured of my little guy on a spontaneous photoshoot downtown (we went for cupcakes!). I cut the starburst pattern out of one of the collection's pieces of pattern paper and then embellished it with stitching and glitter. The To the Moon collection is filled with robots, stars, rockets and gears ... the perfect match for scrapping any little (or big) super boy!"

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Your Smile by Guiseppa Gubler
Guiseppa explains, "I love creating layouts of little boys and this collection is perfect for boys! My favorite part of To the Moon is the fun chipboard pieces!"


Magnet Board by Suzanne Sergi
Suzanne says, "As soon as I saw To the Moon, I knew I wanted to create a home decor item for my son's room. I purchased an inexpensive magnet board, and covered the top portion with one of the papers. I loved the Robots, and the gears! The perfect details that all boys love. With the diecuts, and cards I simply adhered a round magnet to the back of them. My son loves baseball cards, so I thought this would be a fun way to display a few of them. Finished the bottom of the magnet board with cork circles diecuts, and embellished with buttons from this collection. This collection is full of color, and the embellishments are out of this world!"


Oh Boy by Jen Martakis
Jen says, "As a mom to 5 boys, this collection is PERFECT for me. I just love the fun theme and rich colors. Don't you just love that robot from the Journal Embellishments? I know that I do. :)"


All Boy by Pamela Young
Pamela says, "I just thought these monsters were so cute! I wanted them peeking out. By grouping the embellishments by the photos, your eyes are immediately drawn to them."

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Top Secret Door Hanger by Charity Hassel
Charity says, "I covered the door hanger with patterned paper. I used foam mounting tape to add dimension to the top secret sign."


ZOOM by Leah Farqharson
Leah says, "Our oldest was getting the hang of his two-wheeler last summer. The bold colors and fun patterns of this line are another great fit for our oldest boy! Love it!"

Thanks for stopping by again. Come back again this afternoon. Jodi will be giving you the last Sneak Peek and you won't be disappointed!
-Amy Peterman

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