It’s Brimbles Sticker Club Time! (and check out the cute new postcard!)
This month’s Club is called ‘Not a Creature was Stirring’, and is a Christmas themed kit featuring lots of cute little Christmas mice.
Let’s look at the each sheet in detail…
First is the decorative sheet, featuring the mice themselves. As always, the sticker club is created with Anna’s original artwork, and the decorative sheet often showcases her talent the best.
The mice are called Winston, Cecil, Frankie, Gordon & Horatio. I’ll admit I don’t know yet which one is which, but I can tell you that Cecil is the one with the wrapped gift in his paws, and Winston is the one with the candy cane.
I think my favourite is the little guy who is wrapped up all snug and warm – I feel you little guy, I’m feeling the cold already and it’s still October! I’m also fond of the mouse with his Christmas lights all in a tangle, as I sympathise strongly with his plight. Every year you wrap up the lights nicely before they go into storage, and then every year when you bring them out again they are in impossible knots – how does this happen? It’s like headphone/ear bud wires but 100x times worse! As such, I very much appreciate his worried little face!
Anyhoo, here are some close ups of the mice:
Ok next is the washi sheet, which has four wider strips, and three slim strips in co-coordinating colours. I’m particularly loving that holly, it’s such a lovely green colour. Also the mini Winstons of course, so cute!
Sheet three is the functional sheet, in classic Christmas red and green.
Although I always love and use the functional stickers, my favourite part of this sheet is the little phrase at the bottom:
I just love the way the font makes it look like it’s been made with a label maker!
The last sheet is the one that mixes both decorative and functional planning. There’s four ‘full boxes’ – the ‘making a list’ one is a great idea! There’s three ‘half boxes’, then beautiful holly wreath, which you could use in a purely decorative way, or write something in the middle of it to highlight that task or event.
(there’s also a sneak peek of my Christmas planner set up in this photo too! A video and corresponding blog post on this is coming soon!)
As ever are the functional headers, with six blank ones that you could add your own heading to, or just use to fill up some space. And last is the handful of Christmas words and phrases – useful for both planning and journalling!
Thanks so much for reading, and remember to keep an eye out for my Design Team blog post either here or on the Brimbles Blog to see what I get up to with these stickers!