Sunday, January 18, 2009

CHA - New Release Pt. I

Welcome to our first CHA Peak.

Today we would like to showcase our wonderful new clear stamp set and the rub ons for the super cute and soft {Bebe} paperline.
Look at those stamps - aren't they just adorable? And they are so versatile and are certainly not restricted to be used for Baby projects.

And what about our rub ons? The faux damask stamp will be perfect for cards and layouts alike and is available in both the pink and blue to coordinate with the reversible sides of the paper.

P.S. - Did you know that when you click onto the smaller thumbnails on each of the papers from the {Bebe} line that they will open up bigger in a new window? Check it out and see the designs in more detail..awesome!

For today's chance to get your name in the hat for our CHA Prize pack, let us know how you would use this stamp set and rub ons on your projects.

64 comments:

Julie Kelley said...

OOOOhhhhh.... How cool are those stamps??? I can see them in a mini-book, you could use them all on various pages... How cute would that be??

cottagerca said...

Oh the stamps!!!!!!!!!
That chandelier is my favorite. I saw a card made with that and I want to make those cards.

"Hang in there"

Marielle said...

Well,everyone around me is having babies !!! so I could use these awesome stamps to make cards for them!

Jacqui said...

Love those stamps. Bet they would be beatuiful on almost anything. he Rub-ons are lovely too.

Melissa W. said...

I love that baby with the scalloped circles! I would make a ton of baby cards with that. :)

Melissa said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE how versatile these are! I have a niece expected in May and my first thought was that I'd be able to use the Bebe line for pages about her. However, I can see using that journaling stamp ALL the time! It works with any style.

Lauri {Scrap Attack} said...

Those are great! I think the stamps are very versatile, could be used for many projects from cards, sb pages or even journaling spots. Very cute!

Claude said...

I think all of these would be so cool for stamps!!!

Margo said...

I think the stamps and rubons would make excellent "lovey" type cards as well as baby items - that is probably what I would use them for!!!!!!!

Charisma3103 said...

Ooooooohhh lalalala I would definately use the stamps and rubons on my sons's baby layouts and my heritage projects that I am completeing they are gorgeous..

Melissa said...

LOVin' this stamp set!

I love the journaling one, the shape and size are perfect for LO's!

I KNOW I would use these, both on LO's and for a New Baby card for my girlfriend who's due in April with her first baby! YAH! :)

Jacqueline said...

Those stamps and rub-ons are awesome!!
I will use them in the album I'm making for my godson!

Jacqueline

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Linda said...

I would love the stamps and would use them on cards.

Jera said...

These are perrrrrrfect!! I love this line!! We recently had our first Grandbaby and I can hardly wait to make our little sweetheart her first scrapbook. These stamps and rub ons will make some adorable pages, not only for her but for all the Grandbabies to come!!

Valerie G said...

Those are really cute! I could see using them on baby projects. I have a number of friends that will be having babies in the upcoming months and these would be perfect!

Dawn said...

I would be soooo boring as I would use them for a baby project! I'd but the entire paper line first, then use the papers, the rub-ons and the stamps to make a mini-book about my boy/girl twins that are now 15 months. I just know it would make the perfect gift for my Mum!

Staci Compher said...

love these stamps!!! the journaling one would be perfect on any layout...and the circle with the damask in it, would be cute half stamped off the edge of a page!! awesome....

Lythan said...

I love the way that the stamps are so versatile - not just for baby pages and cards. I love stamping out onto cardstock, cutting out and layering up - kind of creating my own cardstock stickers on a page - interspersed with the real ones of course!

lam said...

wow those stamps are beautiful. I can se them on card, mini albums and layouts. Think they would be awesome on almost anything.

Tina Thomas said...

Love those stamps, I'd use them for cards and mini books. I'd love the chandelier embossed in black on pink cardstock.

Shana said...

love the stamps!!!!!!!!!!!1

Trace Geworsky said...

I would use them on a mini album I would like to make for my son about my adoption as a baby.
Trace G

Cindy said...

Those rub-ons on cardstock wt. paper and hand cut, popped on a layout page. The stamps are gorgeous --I esp like the cute damask stamps. The whole set would be great for developing a class. Love 'em all!

Beth Warren said...

I would also use the stamp set in mini books, especially the journaling spots, and for matching cards. (great for baby gifts for baby showers)

Kimmie said...

love those stamps

ann marie said...

could use it in many ways in my mini books

Beth said...

Oh I love those! They would make the most adorable cards and journaling boxes! Where can I get them??? (that is, if I don't win).

Pam said...

Love those stamps...I really need that chandelier. I would use the love circle and xoxo boarder on a Valentines Day card, being it is just around the corner.

Pam

Joli said...

I don't think I could ever get enough journaling spot stamps! I love that chandelier also!

Playing with Dandelions said...

Of course I would use them on my LOs! LOL! :P

Grace Tolman said...

very cool stuff. I would definitely use the "love" stamp on a card. The chandelier one would look great as a border stamp for a fancy themed layout.

Tanya said...

I love those stamps! I can see using them on many baby cards and announcements (for friends...I am done with my many babies!) and also on layouts. Beautiful!

Shannon said...

My sister in law is having her first baby in July and I think these stamps and rub ons would make a really cool baby album without being too traditional and cutesy. LOVE THEM!! Can't wait to see them at the booth!

Lizzy Simpson said...

I love the lined journalling stamp and would use it on scrapbooking pages that only require a few words of journalling. The circle stamps would look great on cards with a sentiment stamped in the middle, cut out with a circle punch, and layered. I also love the chandelier stamp and could see using it with the photos I have of older buildings here in our City. It would really look great on heritage pages. The rub-ons are always great for quick cards and layouts.

Lizzy
lizzy.simpson@gmail.com

scrappin{jewlz} said...

love the stamps! I would use them on acrylic to add dimension above the papers - the chandeleir is too cool.

Mireille said...

totally gorgeous!! looking AWESOME!

Tracie H said...

Great Stamps! I'd use both the stamps and rubons to make my dear friend a mini album as she has just given birth to twins - one boy - one girl - so I'd get to use up everything in one go :D
The stamps ae delish and so versatile that they could be used on a multitude of projects - ATc's, cards, layouts - you name it and they would work :D

Audrey said...

These stamps make a great companion to mini albums and cards! The journaling would do well on LOs too. In fact, being so versatile, they can be used in a lot of projects!

Cyndi said...

Perfect for acrylic albums or my monthly journal!

Chantel said...

Awesome Stamps....I think they would be great for a Grandmas Brag Book....you could use them all - very versatile.

Debby said...

I would use the "stamps" for embellishments. I would probably use one of my handy Fiskars punches and then pop dot them on my layout. I also love the journaling block. I'm always looking for creative blocks to use on my layouts.

Tasha said...

I love that stamp set!!!

Lorraine said...

The stamps would make great sentiments on baby or love cards (engagement, anniversary, wedding or just-because.) Those rub ons would make a wonderful mini book! And who ever has too many baby mini books!

Mikey said...

I love, love, love those stamps.....I would use them for journaling and for cards....did I mention I just love those stamps?

Parker and Emma's Mom said...

I'm a cardmaker, so they would work well for those.

Delia W said...

The stamps are really pretty. I would make little love notes to leave around the house...

karlynn said...

i would use them to make wedding cards and they would look lovely on a canvas!!!

Mam'zelle M. said...

So beautiful !!!
I would use them, in a vintage page...

I AM A Scrapaholic said...

Those are wicked cute!
I love that the theme is varied and could be used for many different things.
~Lynn

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

I could see myself making lots of thank you cards and mini-albums using those stamps!!

Suzy said...

I'm visualizing those stamps imprinted into my Grandma's brag book.

scrappygirl said...

Oh I LOVE these---how fun!!

Cari said...

Oh these are gorgeous!! I love those stamps - those & the rub-ons would make for some beautiful cards!

liannallama said...

oh, I think this would be really pretty for a wedding album! The chandelier is so elegant!

Frauke said...

I love those stamps ! Most of all I love the chandelier and the journaling box. You can even use it when there´s no baby around ;o)

Meda said...

I would certainly use them for wedding cards. Those stamps and rubbons are so versatile! What I love about the is their elegance. I cold also use them to embellish my handmade albums (coptic stitch bound)

CJandErik said...

Well let's see... I would use that journaling stamp a lot... and the love circle, I can see that stamped right on to a photo. And well I never have enough circle stamps and I have had 2 babies... I'd use them all and use them often.

LisaW said...

I love those stamps! I'd use them for journaling spots on my layout and incorporate the words into my title or journaling. I'd use the "xoxo" as a border around the edge of my layout.

Jane said...

These Stamps are superlicious scrummy and a definate must have for my stamp collection!
I would be deliriously happy to win some of these!
Jane x

Jodi said...

These would be perfect for the little one we have on the way in June!! Love!

silvia said...

My niece is pregnant and I would use this set to make invitations, a baby album and something for the baby's room.

Cathy said...

I make about 100 baby cards every year....these would definitely go to good use!

Cathy

~Debby~ said...

My oldest girl is turning 18 next month and I am planning on making her a heartfelt album with "what I wish for you" in it.
I love everything you have.