Monday, August 17, 2020

Sneak Peek: Harvest Mice, Farm Fresh & Little Buckaroo Stamps

Hello and welcome to day 2 of our Fall & Winter Peek Week!  All this week I am showcasing cards using our newest collection which will be available for purchase on Friday, August 21st. 

Today's sneak peeks includes two new 4x6 critter stamp sets for Fall called Harvest Mice and Farm Fresh, along with a new mini 2x3 stamp set called Little Buckaroo. We are also unveiling our newest brightly colored Sleek Stripes Paper pack. I have quite a few cards to share today using these fun sets so let's jump right in!

Card No. 1:  First in our line up is a follow up to our popular Merry Mice Stamps, called Harvest Mice which features 4 new little mice, along with a number of great fall basics like a wheelbarrow and wagon that can mix and match with a number of our previous sets. I ran out of time to include them this week, but the accessories are the perfect size to pair with our Fall Kiddos stamps and I can't wait to use them together!

For my card here today, I started by repeatedly stamping and heat embossing the polka-dot pattern from our Background Basics stamps using Versamark Ink onto some red cardstock cut down to 4" x 9" and then heat embossing them with clear embossing powder. To line up the polka-dot stamps for a seamless pattern I shared how I do it on a previous post HERE.  The stitched mat from our new Slimline Scalloped Frame dies was the perfect size to set my little scene and still allow plenty of my polka-dot background to show through. After cutting our my mat, I inked up center with some tumbled glass distress ink and let it fade out toward the edges.  I then used the stitched only version of our Fluffy Cloud Dies to create my cloudy sky.  For my hillside I cut a border using our new Slimline Nature Border Dies and finished off the outside edges by running it through my die-cutting machine again with that same stitched mat that I used for my sky, inking up the grassy edge with some Twisted Citron distress ink.

For my busy mice, I filled the wheelbarrow with the two different little apple images from the set and paired them with the apple basket and tree stump from our Happy Harvest Stamps. The wagon's handle comes detached so you are able to move it around to pair with critters and kids of varying heights or use it for the mice to ride in by themselves like I did here. I finished off my card with a punny sentiment from the stamp set which I stamped onto a piece of green patterned paper from our Classic Sunburst Paper using a mini tag from our new Window Quad Square dies which I'll be sharing more of on Wednesday.

Sunny Studio Stamps Red Polka-dot Punny Mouse Handmade Fall Card (using Harvest Mice, Happy Harvest, Background Basics Stamps, Fluffy Cloud Dies, Slimline Nature Borders & Slimline Scalloped Frame Dies)

Card No. 2: The Harvest Mice Set comes with three new basic pumpkins and I thought they would look so cute paired together with the sunflowers from our Happy Harvest Stamps.  I inked up my background with mermaid lagoon and tea dye distress inks and then overlapped my trimmed down panel with a scalloped frame from our Fancy Frame Rectangle dies. I mounted the grouping onto a basic kraft card base and heat embossed my punny sentiment from the set with white embossing powder. I love how these colors look paired together!
Sunny Studio Stamps Mouse with Sunflowers & Pumpkins Handmade Fall Card (using Harvest Mice, Happy Harvest Stamps & Fancy Frames Rectangle Dies)

Card No. 3: For my next card, I have the mice pulling each other in the wagon with some corn and cornstalks from the set that match with the smaller version of cornstalk from our Barnyard Buddies Stamps. I stamped them with alternating Key Lime and Olive green inks from the PinkFresh Studio Over The Hills Ink cube set and then cut a grassy border using our new Slimline Nature Border Dies.  

I wanted to give my little scene a finished edge so I used the basic stitched border in our new Slimline Basic Border dies and let me tell you, I'm in love. As you will see throughout the week, I found myself adding stitched edges to everything! I think it's going to be the type of die that I constantly have within an arms reach at my desk and never put away. I also cut a ric-rac edge using that same border die set and mounted them onto a yellow striped paper from our our new Sleek Stripes Paper pack. A simple punny greeting from the set stamped with VersaFine Onyx Black ink completed my card.
Sunny Studio Stamps Mouse with Corn Stalks & Red Wagon Yellow Striped Handmade Fall Card (using Harvest Mice, Barnyard Buddies Stamps, Slimline Basic Borders & Sleek Stripes Paper)

Card No. 4: For my last mouse card of the day I had to try out the cute little sweater that comes with the Harvest Mice set and layers over the top of the mice.  I masked off my sweater before stamping my mice to get a seamless look, but you could also use your scissors to trim off the extra white edge along the neck and hemline of the sweater for a similar look. I was excited to pair them with the cute little mice shaped pumpkins that come with the set and the tree from our Happy Harvest stamps. They just make me smile. I framed my scene with our Stitched Semi-Circle dies and added the "Pumpkin Kisses & Harvest Wishes" sentiment from the set which I stamped in VersaFine Onyx Black Ink.
Sunny Studio Stamps Mice with Mouse Pumpkins & Autumn Tree Handmade Fall Card (using Harvest Mice, Happy Harvest Stamps & Stitched Semi-Circle Dies)

Card No. 5: Switching gears a bit, I have a card featuring our new Farm Fresh Stamps and dies. This set includes a scenic border which has a barn, windmill, tree and fence all in one. It also comes with two new chickens and a rooster to compliment the chicken and chicks from our Barnyard Buddies set. For my card here I used the hay feed box from the new set to put beneath my roosting chicken, pairing it with the flower, hay bale, chick & forward-facing chicken from our Barnyard Buddies stamps. To finish off my little scene, I carried out some more of that country feel, stamping a red gingham border using our Background Basics Stamps and a simple small scalloped edge using our new Slimline Basic Border dies.
Sunny Studio Barn & Windmill with Chickens Punny Red Gingham Handmade Card (using Farm Fresh, Barnyard Buddies, Background Basics Stamps & Slimline Basic Border Dies)

Card No. 6:  My next card uses those same new Farm Fresh Stamps, but this time I made the scarecrow and crows from the set my focal point.  I paired him with the pumpkins and cornstalks from the Harvest Mice Stamps, the hay bale and cornstalk from Barnyard Buddies and the tree from Happy Harvest. For my tree I created a little visual trickery by coloring just one tree that I cut in half and hid behind my Stitched Semi-Circle cutout. For my fun sunset, I blended my background with Mustard Seed and Worn Lipstick distress ink which created a fun orange color where the two colors overlapped.  I then inked up another piece of cardstock with Vintage Photo distress ink and added stitching to the edge using the stitching border from our Slimline Basic Border dies. I finished off my card with a simple greeting from our Fall Kiddos Stamps, heat embossed with white embossing powder.
Sunny Studio Scarecrow with Corn Stalks & Pumpkins Handmade Card (using Farm Fresh, Happy Harvest Stamps & Stitched Semi-Circle Dies)

Card No. 7: For this fun slimline style card, I gathered up all our farm animals including the new goat and duck from our Farm Fresh Stamps and paired them with the Barnyard Buddies, Miss Moo and Missing Ewe critters. Since we don't have patterned paper long enough to cover a 9" wide card, I cut (18) 1/2" x 4" strips of our yellow gingham print from our Classic Gingham Paper pack and alternated which side I used, adhering them side by side on my card front for a patchwork look. I thought it worked perfect for a farm inspired card. I then topped it with our new Slimline Scalloped Frame and inked up the center with some Salty Ocean distress ink. 

For my sentiment, I paired the words "happy birthday" from our Happy Thoughts Stamps with the words "from the funny farm" using our Kinsley Alphabet Stamps. To get my custom sentiment centered I quickly stamped them out letter by letter using a tiny clear block onto scratch paper, which I then trimmed down and positioned in the center of my card as a visual pattern for spacing the same sentiment onto my card background, first drawing some light lines with a pencil to keep things straight. I will say though that this step is probably best to do before going to the work of adhering your critters just in case you massively goof up and need to start over.

Sunny Studio Barn Animals Handmade Card (using Farm Fresh, Barnyard Buddies, Missing Ewe, Miss Moo, Happy Thoughts & Kinsley Alphabet Stamps + Slimline Scalloped Frame Dies)

Card No. 8: For my final card using the Farm Fresh Stamps, I used that same barn border on a vertical card, trimming off the excess fence. To frame my little scene I cut half of a basic 4" circle with blue cardstock and half with green cardstock, hiding my seam behind the fence line. I paired that same little scarecrow from the set with a couple of chickens,box of hay and a crow.  My scene had a "hole" in the top right corner which was the perfect place to place my punny greeting from the set.
Sunny Studio Fall Scarecrow with Chickens Handmade Card (using Farm Fresh Stamps)

Card No. 9: Continuing with the farm theme, we have a cute new mini set called Little Buckaroo featuring a cowboy and cowgirl, along with a "howdy" greeting. For my card here, I paired them with the horse, fence and hay bale from our Barnyard Buddies stamps & dies.  These make such a cute pair!  

I started my masking my cardstock panel off so that I could ink my ground with Tea Dye distress ink and then flipped the mask and inked my sky using some Broken China distress ink. When I was done, I cut out my entire panel using our newest Frilly Frames Quatrefoil dies (to be shared more tomorrow).  This particular frilly frame actually cuts out a full A2 sized stitched panel which I'm super excited to have. I then used my Copic Markers in E31 and E34 to add some small dots to my dirt. When coloring my fence with Copics, I decided to color the shadow around the die-cuts in a complimentary Copic color to blend with my background. I also clipped off the ends of each die-cut nice and close to my fence pieces so I could sandwich them seamlessly side-by-side in a continuous border. A little jute bow tried around the middle helped cover the transition between my sky and ground and also served to add a little interest to this relatively simple design. I then heat embossed my sentiment onto one of our Banner Basic Dies using our new Classic Sunburst paper I'll be sharing later this week.
Sunny Studio Howdy Cowgirl & Cowboy Rodeo Card with Horse (using Little Buckaroo, Barnyard Buddies Stamps & Frilly Frames Herringbone Dies)

Card No. 10: Up next is a bright and sunny farm themed card using our Little Buckaroo Stamps together with the barn, fence and grass from our Barnyard Buddies Stamps. I had so much fun coloring my cowboy and cowgirl with the cow print chaps and vest! 

To house my little scene I cut a stitched panel using our new Slimline Scalloped Frame that I let run off the edge, along with the red ric-rac trim cut using our new Slimline Basic Border dies. A yellow gingham border created with our Background Basic Stamps and 
a custom "Howdy Partner" sentiment using our Kinsley Alphabet Stamps completed my country inspired look.
Sunny Studio Howdy Partner Yellow Gingham Cowgirl & Cowboy Card with Barn (using Little Buckaroo, Barnyard Buddies, Background Basics Stamps & Slimline Basic Border Dies)

Card No. 11: For my final card of the day, I thought it would be really fun to recreate the look of a wanted poster for party invitations. I started by embossing a wood texture onto a piece of kraft cardstock using our Woodgrain Embossing folder. I then used a Vintage Photo distress crayon to color over the surface and rubbed it into the surface, wiping off any excess with a tissue wrapped around my finger. I saw this technique used a my local craft store and I just adore the way it gives our woodgrain embossing folder such a realistic look!

For my actual wanted poster I downloaded the Barbaro Western font which is free for personal use from this website HERE. I made sure to space them so that there was room for my little pair, printing out a sample on printer paper first. I then adhered my trimmed down cardstock which I had already inked up with some tea dye distress ink to my printer paper with some photo squares and ran the paper through my printer again. The little photo squares peel right off and make it easy to then apply to my card.
Sunny Studio Wanted Cowboy & Cowgirls Birthday Invite Card (using Little Buckaroo Stamps & Woodgrain Embossing Folder)

That wraps up today's sneak peeks.  I'm so happy to have you hang out with me today. I read all your comments and they mean so much!  I'd love to give a $25 gift code to one lucky winner using the rafflecopter below.  Make sure to keep checking back all this week for more peeks & prizes. The contests run through Wednesday, August 26th at Midnight PST with winners announced here on Sunday, August 30th. :)

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Here's a closer look at the new Harvest Mice stamps & coordinating dies, Farm Fresh stamps & coordinating dies, Little Buckaroo stamps & coordinating dies and Sleek Stripe 6x6 Paper featured today (available for purchase on Friday, August 21st).

Sunny Studio Stamps Harvest Mice Punny Mouse with Wheel Barrow, Wagon & Pumpkins Fall 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set Sunny Studio Stamps Harvest Mice Metal Cutting Dies

Sunny Studio Stamps Farm Fresh Scarecrow with Barn, Chickens, Duck & Goat Fall 4x6 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set  Sunny Studio Stamps Farm Fresh Metal Cutting Dies

Sunny Studio Stamps Little Buckaroo Howdy Cowboy & Cowgirl Mini 2x3 Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set  Sunny Studio Stamps Little Buckaroo Metal Cutting Dies
Sunny Studio Stamps Sleek Stripes Straight & Diagonal Striped 24 sheet Double Sided 6x6 Patterned Paper Pad
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Barnyard Buddies Dies
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Barnyard Buddies Stamps
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Fancy Frames- Rectangles
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Background Basics Stamps
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Happy Harvest Stamps
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Happy Harvest Dies
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Fluffy Clouds Dies
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Woodgrain Embossing
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Banner Basics Dies
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Stitched Semi-Circle Dies
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Frilly Frames Quatrefoil
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Slimline Basic Borders
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Classic Gingham 6x6 Paper
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Fall Kiddos Stamps
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Slimline Nature Borders
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Slimline Scalloped Frame
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*Please Note: Some items linked here are part of our new release and won't be available for purchase until Friday, 8/21/20.

87 comments:

  1. Great release and can’t wait to purchase.

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  2. I love the little mice!! So adorable!! I love the new paper too!! I’m looking forward to fall, love all of the autumn products!!

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  3. Oh what CUTE fall sets, I love them! I've always lived in the suburbs and love being able to drive into the city!

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  4. Your cards are perfection! I love the little mice, but that wanted poster style card is my favorite!!

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  5. What fun cards...adorable mice. I love the the balance of suburban life.

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  6. the sweater for the mice is my favorite!

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  7. Mice in sweaters!!! Love, love, love!

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  8. I do love the country as an escape but I'm a small city girl. Love the Buckaroo set!

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  9. Not a Big fan of mice, but this set is so adorable. Really cute cards!

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  10. Love living in the 'burbs' - all the amenities and all the space:)

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  11. Adorable stamp sets. I love the bright colors of your paper

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  12. Cute cards. I'm a city girl at heart, but I do like that Farm Fresh set with the barn and the cute scarecrow. Love the Little Buckaroos too.

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  13. After spending almost 7 years in the rural Vermont (40 min. to nearest grocery store), it feels wonderful to live in suburbs of a small town where services are only 10 min. away. Pros and cons to every kind of living! This looks like a fun release.

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  14. These are just the cutest! I think I need them all!

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  15. Those mice are so nice!! I was raised in country and live in the suburbs of a larger city. We plan on retiring in the country!!

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  16. Suburban gal here too! I’m not a huge critter fan, but love the mice with sunflowers and pumpkins!

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  17. I have always lived in the city, so city life for me. Can't really imagine anything else.
    Those mice in the sweaters are SO CUTE!

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  18. Another fun showcase of great new products! Love your creativity, Mendi! I live in Montana and our house sits on 1 1/2 acres. We aren’t technically in the country but we have lots of
    “breathing room” and have just a short drive into town! Love to vacation in big cities tho!

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  19. I'm a city girl, never been to countryside

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  20. Oh, those little mice are so cute! We have a mouse visit around our bird feeder every couple days and he's just as cute! I call him Ratatouille. lol I've been a suburban girl my whole life.

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  21. is it Friday yet??? I want mice!!

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  22. Everything today is so cute! I prefer the country life & hope to go back to it someday.

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  23. Love the Harvest Mice set... adorable! I live in a rural area and love the country life!

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  24. These are Absolutely Adorable cards!!! Suburbs all the way!!

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  25. I've only ever lived in the suburbs so I'm not sure I'd know how to live anywhere else!

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  26. the little mice are the cutest!!

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  27. I have always lived in a suburb, but love to visit cities. But we want to live out in the trees. A forest. The chubby mice are so cute! I LOVE ALL OF THESE NEW STAMPS, THOUGH

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  28. I don't mind visiting cities or vacationing in the country, but I'm definitely more of a suburbs with lots of space kinda girl. :D

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  29. 💯Country Girl and Proud of it! I can think of a million different ideas to use these AMAZING new stamps with!!!! Thx for all of your creative hard work!!!

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  30. These cards are really cute and I can't get over these the new stamps sets they are so adorable, great job on this new release

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  31. I'm a suburban mom, but sometimes I think a country life would be fun (without all the work!).

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  32. I'm an in-betweener! I live on the edge of the city here with almost an acre. Just enough country to have lots of birds, bunnies, deer and a creek. Yet close to shopping and services!

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  33. I love the new sets! Always looking for country themed sets. These will have to be added to my growing collection of stamps. Just moved from the city to a country subdivision. Still not true country but way better than the city.

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  34. I love the new sets! Always looking for country themed sets. These will have to be added to my growing collection of stamps. Just moved from the city to a country subdivision. Still not true country but way better than the city.

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  35. I'm a mix of both, though I lean toward the privacy, peace, and closeness to nature as a country girl. Love everything in today's showcase! I appreciate the complement aspects to sets I already have! 🤠👨‍🌾👩‍🌾🐥
    Rosalie

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  36. Suburbs all the way! I love the new paper pack.

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  37. All these are so adorable. I'm loving the farm and the cowboy and cowgirl. The paper is adorable. I have a few older packs and I love them.

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  38. Fantastic range of cards! I've always been a city girl and couldn't imagine living anywhere else.

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  39. I am definitely a country girl!

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  40. Oh my...I so need all of these - specially the Farm Fresh set though...too stinkin' Cute!!!

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  41. Awe!!! Loving the little adorable tiny mice! Super duper cute!

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  42. I'm a city girl! Love the mice.

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  43. Little Buckaroo is so cute- perfect for my daughter who thinks she's a "cowgirl".

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  44. I'm suburban country, for lack of a better term. I live in Colorado right next to the mountains which I love, but I also love having nearby grocery stores and doctors.

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  45. I live in the suburbs now but would love to live in the country & own a horse, goat, & cow. This is an awesome new release! Can’t wait till they go on sale! Love the scarecrow & farm scene with the chickens & goat!

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  46. SUBURBS all the way! I tried the city for a year and NOPE! I also love rural living.... I could do that as long as there was a Trader Joe's in the area :).... I LOVE the COWGIRL and boy! And darling mice!

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  47. I love these sentiments, all the cute puns!

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  48. I live in the country and many of these critters are in my neighborhood. Love the new striped paper pad and the slim line borders are too cool...

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  49. I’m a mix of both, I like to be in the country but visit the city.

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  50. The mice are so cute, especially when you put sweaters on them!

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  51. I am a country gal at heart. I love them all.

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  52. Love those fun, colorful cards. Those mice are adorable.

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  53. Eep, so CUTE! I can not wait to get these adorable stamps home!

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  54. As a farmer's wife I love the peacefulness of the country but also love the convenience of city life. I do LOVE this new release!💕

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  55. Great cards and cute critter stamps. The background in card #6 is gorgeous and a perfect choice for the scarecrows. I use to be a city gal but now enjoying the suburbs.

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  56. Your cardmaking style is always so on point! Adorable images! Terri Burson

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  57. Love the cards... so adorable

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  58. Adorable overload. Love the mice! Want the cowfolk! Send letters of cheer to square dancer friends, covid concerns probably going to keep us from dancing for a long time.... super adorbs!

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  59. I'm a suburban girl. I don't want to be TOO far from the city, but far enough where I don't have to deal with too much traffic.

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  60. Love all the adorable cards! The Farm Fresh set is awesome and I love the little buckaroos too. My granddaughter is taking horseback riding lessons and she is a little cowgirl. I live in the suburbs. I love the country, but I also love being close to shopping!

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  61. Love the puny sentiments on the stamps and the images are so adorable.

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  62. I get by with a little help from my hens - cracks me up. Whole lot of adorable in this new release!

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  63. Cute cards! I’m in between. I don’t like huge cities but I couldn’t live way out in the country either.

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  64. Love those mice and the mouse pumpkins. Too stinkum cute!

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  65. I am getting ideas for my holiday cards. I really love the mice stamps designed by Sunny Studio!

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  66. I’m a suburban person. I love the mice. Adorable! They bring a smile.

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  67. The Buckaroos are so cute. Especially loving that invite you created at the end. The 6x6 pad is so cute too!

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  68. Adorable and so fun! I think I'm something of an in between girl. I love big cities for a bit but the country life can be delightful as well!

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  69. SWOON!! I LOVE ALL of the NEW Products!! My FAVORITE would have to be those ADORABLE Harvest Mice!! I'm a Country Girl through and though!! I went to live in the BIG City when I went to college and although I enjoyed my time there, the Peacefulness and Beauty of the Country Life is definitely my HAPPY!! THANKS for sharing all of the AMAZING Inspiration!! Have a FABULOUS Release Week!!

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  70. I love the peace of the country over the bustle of the city any day!

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  71. These little nice are so cute!

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  72. How cute are these new stamps/dies; I'm smitten with the mice in their sweaters! Soooo adorable! We live in a town just outside of Calgary; small town life but easy access to the city when we need it. Peaceful and quiet here; love it!
    ~carol

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  73. Wow - 11 fabulous cards with those new sets! The cowboy set couldn't be cuter and I love the barnyards you created, especially the funny farm!!

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  74. Ohhh, how cute the little mice are. I love how creative the cards are. Beautifully done!

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  75. Lmove mice, so the Harvest Mice are right down my alley! Cute, cute cards!

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  76. I'm an in between person. I like the country life as long as the city isn't too far away. I love the mice!

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  77. Love the bright colors of papers and sets just make me smile

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  78. I’m in love with the Little Buckeroos!

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  79. Living on a farm I love the farm themed stamps.

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  80. I grew up in a big city and now live in the suburbs which seems like it's in between to me...I'm good with that!

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  81. I love the suburbs, like you, Mendi. I grew up in the country in a very rural area with lots of acreage. Now, I look at my window and have a picturesque view of the Manhattan skyline as I live directly on the Hudson River. I miss the wide open spaces but with easy access to all the amenities of a large town or city.

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