Thursday, October 30, 2014

Hometown Paper Collection Pre-CHA Release


Last weekend, while we were at Art at the Edge, I had a little special gift for everyone who attended...everybody at the event received some samples of a brand new product line I've been working on for the past few months...


And, somehow, a few pics got posted and before we knew it, we had people from all over the country, and all over the world, asking where they could get this new product. 

It's called "Hometown." It's a collection of craft papers, designed using images from the small river-town where I live, Newburgh, Indiana.  The collection is reminiscent of life in a simpler time, with images of historic homes, vintage patterns, and local landmarks and is rooted in home, history and family. It's a beautiful collection of craft papers that will be perfect for home decor projects, mixed media projects, heritage scrapbook layouts, handmade cards, and especially masculine cards.

 

We hadn't planned to release the collection until January 2015 at the Craft and Hobby Association Show in Anaheim California, but because we've had so many folks asking, we decided to do a limited, Pre-CHA release.  A limited number of sets will be available in late November. I can't give out all the details yet, but I wanted to give you a little peek and a little heads up that the Hometown Collection will be available in late November. Keep an eye out at your local scrapbook stores and art supply stores...I think you're going to love the nostalgic feel of this collection. 

I can't wait for you to see it!  


















11 comments:

  1. OH I so hope my LSS is going to get it. I want it

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  2. The paper is simply beautiful Ken! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Art at the Edge. Congratulations and best wishes for your product release!

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  3. Keeeennnnnnnnn!!!!!!! Your own paper line! How cool is that????

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  4. it looks wonderful, can't wait to see it all!

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  5. What a treat! I can't wait to see them. I hope that you were going to make them in smaller sizes too

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  6. Love the paper Ken and I can't wait to use it, great designing.

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  7. Go Ken....Your paper looks wonderful!

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  8. I hope I get to purchase some at my local store. I will definitely ask if they will be getting a shipment! So happy for you! Congratulations!! The paper collection sounds so wonderful.

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  9. I love this paper collection!! I grew up in Newburgh and my family still lives there - I recognized the landmarks. One summer I worked at the Country Store and have spent many hours at the riverfront. I will definitely have to have this collection. What a gift!! Thanks so much

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