tami sanders * paper crafter

tami sanders is a paper crafter that teaches locally and does design work for a few companies…

NEW REMINISCE!!!

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REMINISCE has just released 2 new lines: CHRISTMAS BASICS and REAL MAGIC 2008!!!

The Christmas Basics is just what the name suggests – a basic line to use for your Christmas cards, layouts or projects. in “traditional” red, green and white colors with “traditional” holiday icons – snowflakes, holly, ornaments, etc. done in VERY un-traditional glitters, shimmers and diecut shapes with fresh and fun designs! it’s time to get started on your holiday crafting, so get a jump start with this fabulous new line!

Here are 2 projects i made using CHRISTMAS BASICS:

holly and poinsettia Christmas wreath

holly and poinsettia Christmas wreath

 

"joy" layout

the other new line, REAL MAGIC 2008 is a Dis*ey themed line (we’d need a copyright to add the missing “n” -snicker!) if you have pics of a Dis*ey trip to scrap or want to create a Dis*ey themed project, then THIS is the line for you! it’s all covered, the rides, the parades, the characters, the fireworks and even specific items like tomorrowland and animal kingdom – there are papers and embellies for them ALL! and yes, these papers are all blinged up with sparkle too! shimmers, and glitters and such.

i made a pin box to hold Chris’ treasured lanyard and pin collection:

 "my pins" - Disney collectible pin box

the other gals on the Reminisce dt will be posting their projects in the gallery in the next few days, so be sure to check them out. Reminsice also just welcomed a BRAND NEW member to the design team; Angela Ploegman. She has some great ideas – her winning projects are posted on the blog, they are REALLY awesome so you’ll want to take a peek!

p.s.: scrapbook 911 just got the Christmas Basics line in a few days ago. hurry on over if you want some, you KNOW how quick the new lines sell out!

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2 thoughts on “NEW REMINISCE!!!

  1. Very cool…you are so talented…I love the wreath.

  2. I really like your wreath. Thanks for sharing!