Monday, January 09, 2012

Sneaky Peek #7




Day #7
Build-A-Bingo

IIt's Day #7 of Sneaky Peek Week. And that means that tomorrow, January 10 all the stamps and dies you've been seeing in the last week will be available on our website. Have you seen anything you liked? Well, you might just want to add this one to your list.

This set was designed by our very own Leigh O'Brien. And, when she came to me with the idea, my heart started to beat a little faster. Her idea was to have a Bingo card that you could customize for every special day in the month. Birthdays, Anniversaries and Holidays, you name it. My job was to make it happen, and to make it easy.

So, this set comes with a Bingo card with an empty "FREE" space in the center and at the top. The card's numbers are some most common "dates." Your special date not on the card? The set comes with the rest of the days of the month (and a couple extra). Just stamp the number you want in the blank center spot


The set also comes with little graphics that you can use to highlight the date. And, it comes with words that you can stamp at the top to personalize your Bingo card even more.

Like this card by Carole Burrage. She's got the card gussied up for...you guessed it, Valentine's Day. Love how she decorated the card with our NEW Queen of Hearts Border and our Heart Trio CutUps.


Here's a pretty Valentine by Nancy Thomas. She uses the NEW Heart Rosette, "Gimme Some Sugar" and a couple of old favorites, "Love Letters" and the Stamp Trio CutUps. She dresses up the Bingo card with "Lovey" at the top and a little heart in the center. Wouldn't you love to get this Valentine?


And even I couldn't resist the lure of the "Build-A-Bingo" set. I've used "Feelin' Cupidy", the Lacy Floral Doily, and the Queen of Hearts CutUps, along with a bit of yummy Peppermint Divine Twine. Can you tell I love this release?

What I love about the Build-A-Bingo set is that you can make it as personal as you want, or as simple as you want. If you don't want to personalize the Bingo card at all, you can just stamp it and fill in the center spot with the "FREE" stamp. But, if you do, there are so many ways to do it. We've packed a lot into this 4" x 6" set.

Want to see more? Then hop on over to Leigh, and Swanky Stamper, Lisa Henke and see how they used "Build-A-Bingo."

When you finish at their blogs, head on over to our Forum on SplitcoastStampers and leave a comment on our "In It To Win It!" Thread. You could win the "Build-A-Bingo" stamp set just by leaving a comment.

And before I go, I'd like to give a big giant kitty SMACK to Lisa Henke for playing along with us this week. Her cards were so awesome and it was an honor to see how she used our stamps. Thank you Lisa!

1 comment:

Indy said...

I have been wanting a bingo stamp. I am so glad I waited because being able to customize it for different occasions is a stroke of genius! THANKS!

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