Saturday, January 22, 2011

CHA Sneak Peak #6–Pre CHA!!!

Ba-da BLING ba-da BLING!
I saw this on one of our lovely design team ladies blogs and I loved it so much I had to use it too!!!
Things are really getting embellished around here aren’t they?? OK OK. . I’ll stop and let you take a peak at yet another Pre-CHA release!!!! 
So lay your little eyelashes on this beautiful creation:
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I can see making so many things with these, like a graduated wall hanging, cards, journaling spots, or magnets. . oh the ideas!!!  Cutting out the bases with Spellbinder’s Nestabilitestm would be so easy and then the layers with paper, embossing, stenciling, and BLING! 
WOW . . . can’t wait. 
Tell us what ideas you might have floating in those crafty little minds of yours!! We’d love to know. 
Have you missed any other sneaks?  Here’s a recap if you’re just joining us for the first time:
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Remember we are releasing one a day until just before CHA!!!
So bookmark our site, follow us, or sign up for the newsletter so you don’t miss out on any of the fun! Oh and don’t forget about our contest!

CONTEST INFO!!!

For helping us spread the word about this fabulous new product, we are giving away  5 lucky winners the complete line of Nestablingtm!!  To be eligible simply do one of the following:
  1. Comment to all the Want2Scrap.com sneak peak blog posts from now until CHA on January 29th!
  2. Blog, Facebook,Twitter, post, or email your friends about our new line (not required)
  3. Extra entries for adding in your comments what you did to spread the word.
So do one of the above to be eligible.  If you do more let us know and you will earn EXTRA entries!!

Be sure to come back tomorrow for another SNEAK PEAK!!!

36 comments:

  1. I want to bling on my altered wall clock...!!!

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  2. Cards, picture frames, and anything else I can "sparkle".

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  3. Magnets would be a lot of fun with these, and I'm also thinking I could figure out some pretty awesome ornaments with these (btw, blue is my favorite color, so I'm going to want pretty much ANYTHING you show me in blue)!
    I'm really loving seeing all these sneak peeks- thanks!

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  4. Ok... so this one is my favorite so far! Thanks for all the sneak peeks! I am enjoying these!

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  5. Wow, what fun we shall have blinging everything -- I mainly do cards, but I know Nestabling will be a fav for sooo many projects -- soon -- very soon!!!

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  6. I would like to nominate my friend Julie for passing on your blog and amazing product to me. I would have never found you if not for her spreading the word!

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  7. Thank You ladies for all your comments! We love hearing all the ideas, which ones are your favorites, the colors that you love and well.....just about everything you have to say!!!!

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  8. Yeah for Julie!!!! Thanks for sending Amy to our wonderful blog. Dont forget to check out our great website too!! Hugs :~)

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  9. oh yayayyayyyy! Circles are so useful and what pretty colors!

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  10. Once again an embellishment that can easily be used even if you don't have the nestabilities set...

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  11. This is great for so many things!! Just imagine how cute it would be to frame someone in the circle with bling around them! AWESOME!!!

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  12. Wow all thuis fun stuff circles are an endles design black and turquoise 4 ne

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  13. for the scalloped circles I want to fold tissue paper into 6 layers, and run thru a nestability, and then make tissue paper flowers. So cool!

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  14. Oh heavens to Betsy....what could be more perfect than blue circles!!! I can't wait to see more! Thank you for this product!!!

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  15. I think I would make a frame for a special picture of my Granddaughter. She is all about sparkle and bling!!

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  16. I think these would be pretty done up in one of those small desk calendars - a different shape of bling for each month.

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  17. have to wait to get hem in my hands before i can really say.nice circles

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  18. Lovely, lovely bling. I love bling.

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  19. Love all the bling..there are so many possibilities with these! I will spread the word at our weekly crop!
    lindamcintoshatverizondotnet

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  20. Beautiful it adhered around a picture than framed.

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  21. I would be using the bling mostly on cards since I belong to 2 card exchange groups. But looking at these and having to make a scrapbook for a granddaughter to be born in May -- oh the possibilities!! I am getting excited to start the book and use the bling you have been showing in your sneak peeks!!

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  22. gotta have them all. love them

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  23. I'm loving all the new bling! They'll really add a zing to everything!

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  24. I can see how this would add to card making.

    I have put a link on one of the forums I visit.

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  25. Would make darling ornaments with all the added bling, add to a scrapbook page, picture frame, laminated luggage tags ~ endless possibilities!

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  26. Beautiful! I've told all my crafty friends at work about these! We can't wait until they will be available.

    Thank you for this chance to win!
    Michelle A.

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  27. Spellbinders has done it again. Bling just pulls it all together!
    - DebbieK
    d kaste at wi dot rr dot com

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  28. Wonderful new product to go with some of the best die cuts! Love them!
    Lynn
    passionwriter@gmail.com

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