Christmas, die cuts, for sale, stickers

Christmas Doodles Stickers and Die Cuts – Purchase info

After releasing my 2018 Free Christmas Planner Printables, and in the accompanying video offering giveaway for sticker sheets and die cuts of the little Christmas doodles that feature in the inserts, many of you asked if I would be offering these for sale…

Well, after some deliberation about the logistics, I have decided that yes, I will be offering a limited amount for sale via email transaction. Read below to find out more and how to purchase!

If you saw the video where I announced this, please note the prices have been altered slightly after I did some more precise maths to work everything out!

STICKERS

First up is the Design 1 Sticker Sheet (featuring Larry the Happy Sprout!):

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This sticker sheet is £1.85

It measures 18x12cm and features 43 kiss cut stickers on matte sticker paper, with at least three of each design in various sizes.

Design 1 Die Cut Pack:

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This pack is £2.60 and features 42 die cut pieces on quality 210gsm cardstock, in various sizes.

Contains:

  • Presents (various): 12
  • Larry the Sprout: 4
  • Stockings: 4
  • Snowmen: 4
  • Christmas Trees: 3
  • Snowflakes (various): 15

Design Two Sticker Sheet:

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This sticker sheet is £1.85

It measures 18.5×11.5cm and features 41 kiss cut stickers on matte sticker paper, with at least seven of each design in various sizes.

Design 2 Die Cut Pack:

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This pack is £1.75 and features 15 die cut pieces on quality 210gsm cardstock. There is three of each design, in various sizes.

Alternatively you can purchase all four items for £7.50

All prices are in Pound Sterling. Payment via Paypal only. Postage and packaging is £1 to the UK, or for international customers please email me for a postage quote.

If you would like to purchase simply email me at mspaperlover@outlook.com or use the Contact Form at the top of this page with the following information:

  • What items you would like
  • Whether you are UK or international, and a postal/zip code if you are international so I can get you a postage quote.
  • The email address you use for your PayPal account so I can send you an invoice

And that’s it! I realise it would be slightly easier to purchase through Etsy or a similar platform, but then I would have to raise the prices to cover their fees – and for now we are just testing the waters!

Info/T&Cs/Disclaimers:
  • All the designs are my original artwork, do not copy, reproduce, or redistribute
  • I reserve the right to cancel a transaction at any time for any reason. Any money that has been sent will be refunded if this happens
  • Due to different monitors and screen resolutions, colours may vary

 

 

 

Brimbles, hauls, unboxings

Brimbles Box – June 2017 – and some news!

Hello Paper Lovers! So, my first blog post (sort of) is a last. The last Brimbles Box that is.

I’ll talk more about that at the end of this post; for now, let’s look at what was inside this box.

The first items I pulled out, as ever, were the 12×12 papers. This box had two double sided papers, and one cut apart. Here are the double sided:

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I just love the blue watercolour on these, it’s absolutely stunning. I’ve almost always had trouble deciding which sides of the papers to use with the Brimbles Box, and even though there’s two provided so you don’t have to decide, I still struggle! I think the white side with the waves would be perfect for a sea themed scrapbook page. The blue side with the white dots would make a lovely cover for a travellers’ notebook insert, but also a great sea-themed birthday card. Ahhhhh decisions decisions.

Next is the cut apart:

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My goodness I love this. The mix of the watercolour, the images of the mermaid and jellyfish, and the photos of the shoreline and the lighthouse are just so up my street. So much so I may have to purchase another from the Brimbles store while they’re still in stock!

Next is the postcard and sticky notes

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The sticky notes I’ll use these in my journal mostly, or to decorate happy mail. The larger one with the purple watercolour would look really nice on the front of an envelope with the recipient’s address written on it. Sticky notes like this I tend to think of as ‘partially pre-glued ephemera’; and I’m pretty sure I’ll be fussy cutting that mermaid out a fair few times. She’s too pretty to hide out in the black hole that is my sticky note drawer.

It may take me a while to use that postcard, however. Not because I don’t like it, quite the opposite actually. It’s just too pretty and it’s the last one and I just need to hoard it for a while before I’m emotionally ready to use it (stationery is very serious, people).

Ok, what’s next….ooh stickers, yay!

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Mermaid stickers, woop woop.

Ok first is the ‘planner’ stickers. For me these stickers sheets are darn well near perfect to decorate my personal size inserts. I love the little arrows so much, always have. They’re so handy for pointing out and drawing attention to the reeeeaaally important stuff you have to get done that week.

The decorative stickers are just…drool.

Mermaids are my favourite fantasy creature. Well, other than dragons, and Tolkien’s Dwarves, and dæmons from His Dark Materials…

Ok, Mermaids are one of my top five fantasy creatures. But they also mean the sea and I LOVE the sea. So yes, point being. These stickers are lush.

I’ve been a fan of Anna’s artwork since forever, but that mermaid (and the little crab dude!) is one of my favourite things she’s ever done. I think it’s the way Anna painted the hair and tails that is just so very beautiful. (Fun fact, I had blue hair for a time when I was way cooler than I am now).

Anyhoo, time for the last two items…

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The ephemera matches the stickers, and is as equally beautiful (note to self: must not hoard, must use!)

Then we have the ‘mermaid treats’ bag. Which is very, very pretty. I am just loving the turquoise sparkly mermaid. I will not be using it for stationery or craft related reasons, however (sorry). I’ve decided to be hilariously ironic and use the bag for my ‘on the go’ pill case (because it says ‘treat’, geddit?!). I take a lot of tablets, and I have to have a supply in my handbag for when I’m out and about. I’ve been using the current ‘meds bag’ (a very cute cat pencil case) for a few months now, so I figure I’m allowed to change it up. Plus, did I mention the turquoise glitter? Of course I need to see that every day!

So there we are, the June, and the very last, Brimbles Box. It certainly went out with a bang!

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Though I completely understand Anna’s reasons, I’m still a little sad that it’s over. I got my first box in November 2015, so for over 18 months I’ve had the beautiful contents of a Brimbles Box to play with.

HOWEVER

The monthly sticker club is still running, woohoo. So you’ll still be able to get pretty stickers made from Anna’s original art work plus other matching stickers. YAYS.

Oh, also, yours truly is on the Sticker Club Design Team.

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YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY YAY

 

Here’s a link to some info about the Monthly Sticker Club. I highly suggest you go check it out if you haven’t already… there are glorious and wonderful things in the works.

 

So you’ll be seeing my monthly blog posts for the design team both on Anna’s blog and here. Whether I change or edit them slightly for my own blog remains to be seen, we’ll see how it goes.

 

So for now, a fond farewell to the Brimbles Box. And a big HELLOOOOOO to the Sticker Club (which yes, has already been running for a few months but you get the point).

For now my dears, thanks so much for reading. As my blog is shiny and new I’d super appreciate it if you could follow me by clicking the appropriate buttons that are in the sidebar, or subscribing by email, or via bloglovin’ (also in sidebar).