Wednesday, October 10, 2018

New Release Sneak Peek Day 4 You Can

The new release is Tomorrow, Thursday, October 11th!

We have four new sets we can't wait to introduce you to. It's only a day away.

In the mean time, today's set is one very near and dear to SumMore Fun's heart. In April of 2018, Sabrina's mother-in-law was diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma. Six months of driving to treatments and check ups affected us deeply.

We have a page on our website explaining the story behind You Can.

Sabrina created a card for You Can! It all started with the idea of cutting out part of the word and layering it. After a lot of playing around, this is one of the end results. You Can was stamped in Black Soot Distress Oxide on white and yellow card stock. Using the Star Stitch die, she cut out part of the You Can then positioned it over the white paper so the letters lined up. Then the hard part. Picking the paper! She finally settled on some bird feather paper from her stash. The best part is this card can be masculine or feminine and covers many different situations.



Design Team Leader, Sharon Smith created a card for You Can in the breast cancer colors. Fitting as it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month!  Get all the details on her blog, Mollie Moo's Crafty Place.

https://molliemooscraftyplace.blogspot.com/2018/10/sneak-peek-three-yes-you-can.html

Design team member Beth Fiscus created a stunning card using a paper pack dedicated to breast cancer. Get all the details on her blog, Beth's Beauties!

https://nursiebethsbeauties.blogspot.com/2018/10/summore-fun-sneak-peek-day-4-you-can.html

Guest design team member Jamie Wright was busy this week creating five cards for this new stamp set. She went all directions creating a card about cancer and cards that could be used for a variety of occasions. See all the details and the additional cards on her Facebook page Doin' it the Wright Way.



We have three blogs for you to visit and check out the pretties! 

What fun would this be without prizes?
 None, that's what -and we can't have that!

If you watched our unboxing video, you saw that we ordered a bunch of 6x6 paper packs to play with. We're looking for designs to start monthly kits, but we can't order just one paper pack at a time. We have at least 2 of every design! Want to get one mailed to you for free? 







All you have to do to enter is comment here and on each of our design team member's posts. We'll give away a pack each day of the sneak peeks so come back every day this week! Winners of all prizes will be announced on Monday, October 15th, so you have plenty of time to enter.

If you're international and win, we still want it to be fun! You'll have the option of paying for shipping or receiving the digital prize instead.

14 comments:

  1. Great cards by all! I love that this stamp set is made for cancer encouragement but doesn't HAVE to be used for that.

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  2. I can see this as a card for a grandchild struggling with something in school.

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    1. What a great idea! I might make up a dozen and give them to my teacher friend!

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  3. Sabrina's card is magnificent and I love the idea of stamping twice, die cutting a piece out of one, and adding it to the first. I'll definitely be trying that. BTW, there's no link to Sharon's blog. :( I'll see if I can get there from yesterday's post. I'm pretty sure she had an inspiration card yesterday or the day before.

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    1. Thank you Nana Connie! If you do something similar, let me know. I'd love to see it.

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  4. Encouraging set! I'm looking forward to checking out the blogs to see the release sneak peek posts!

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  5. Another versatile set. You really knocked it out of the park, Sabrina!! Such an encouraging message for anyone😊

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  6. Such lovely cards and a wonderful set to won as well. Wonderful job ladies.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  7. What a great sentiment! I love the star behind your card!!!

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  8. These cards are wonderful. I'm adding this set to my wish list!

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  9. Pretty cards that don't over-stress
    the problem. The colors are pretty
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