Saturday, July 23, 2011

Close To My Heart has shipped their Autumn/Winter 2011 Idea Book's and I wanted to give you a sneak peek at the first Workshop Projects that I will be featuring when our Workshops start up again in September! This paper collection is called 'Typeset' and I am loving the look of this first layout!

There are so many new things to tell you about with CTMH so I'll just start giving you bits and'll notice the corrugated shapes for one...they are included in this Workshop On The Go kit.

The MAJOR change is the Level 2 paper packs...they have changed all their patterned paper or background & textures paper or B&T duos we call it at CTMH... to a heavier cardstock-weight! 
Which I am actually really thrilled about! The second major change to the Level 2 paper packs is that they are including 6 - 12"x12" B&T Duos (2 each of 3 doubled-sided designs) and 6 - 12"x12" Cardstock Sheets...for $10.95... so for those of you regular Level 2 purchasers, you'll have noticed that they have 6 instead of 12 sheets of B&T duos and 6 instead of 10 Cardstock'll also notice that the price has gone from $14.95 down to 10.95...
I am actually happy with those changes as I know I will actually use up ALL my paper packs! Right now as I prepare for all the new products coming my way...I am trying to use up my CTMH stash...some paper packs I still have from 4-6 sheets of B&T duos papers left! Which isn't always a good thing when you are like me and want to play with something new!

Here's the second layout:

and these are the optional* projects that you can complete with this Workshop kit

Note: optional* projects will often require additional products, in this case you will need to add: 
1 – Dark Neutral Cardstock Shade Pack (X5912)
1 – Wooden Designer Buttons (Z1387)

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