Thursday, November 28, 2019

Christmas Remix - New Digi: Glitter House Christmas


We’ve got some cute stuff to share, but first...

Happy Thanksgiving, wonderful friends! 


I am so very thankful for YOU. What uplifting, kind-hearted folks. You take the time to share your words of encouragement, appreciation, and wonder in your comments here, on Facebook and Instagram, on our designers’ blogs. I thank you for bringing my Power Poppy images into your crafting space, and sharing your creativity and handmade treasures with others. Ours is a relationship that’s rare — being able to connect through art from our hearts. Now more than ever, this kind of connection is needed in the world. I’ve gotten to know so many of you over the years, and consider this community such a gift in my life. So again, thank you. Wishing you and your friends and family a Thanksgiving filled with love and gratitude. 
~marcella
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Now... let’s look at cards that are totally darling, featuring a nostalgic image that’s a lot of fun to color... it’s a favorite around here: Glitter House Village.


The design of this scene is based on 1940s cardboard houses, covered in paint and glitter, sold in dimestores so folks could create little holiday villages. There were tiny bottlebrush trees, and cottony snow. You know those little houses, right? Here’s the original inspiration for my artwork...


And get this, AS OF TODAY, you can get Glitter House Village in both clear polymer AND as a digital download, called Glittery Village. Yippee!



Did I mention that these two sets are on sale today? Though you MIGHT want to wait until tomorrow... we have Black Friday sale stuff happening where you can save BIG.


Here’s a special sneak peek at a card from our Christmas Remix hop that is blowing my mind. Leave it to Instant Gardener Catherine Anderson to combine the Glittery Village digital stamp with our Christmas Corgi download. Plus a sentiment and accents from Grandma’s Snowflakes. She set up such a sweet vintage scene to accompany her preciously detailed card.

Be sure to stop by all of the designers’ blogs when you have time this weekend — there is so much inspiration here — and we are SO THANKFUL for all of these women sharing their creative talents.






Be sure to stop by our designers’ blogs — many of them are offering a $20 Power Poppy gift code giveaway!



PS ... are you looking for the winners of the FOUR $15 gift vouchers I was giving away here and on Facebook? Check this post!

14 comments:

Janine said...

Sweet set - lovely cards

cghundley said...

Beautiful scene!
Carla from Utah

Henriëtte said...

Gorgeous little village!
Thank you all designers for the inspiration today and for all who celebrates Happy Thanksgiving.

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love that wonderful card. Awesome coloring and such a fun scene with the interaction on it.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful set! I love this village scene!

Mary Holshouser said...

this is a peaceful stamp. I embossed
the design in silver on a dark blue
(saw this done on one of the blog
posts during thepast week and loved it).
I'm thrilled how my cards turned out.
thanks for having the hop. So much
inspiration. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

Paula said...

So lovely!

TracyM #6773 said...

HAPPY Thanksgiving :)

DELIGHTFUL village and WONDERFUL sneak peeks!
... got to get hopping along to learn more :)

Lagene said...

Sweet winter village scene! Lovely coloring!

Traci S. said...

Hi Marcella!

I had a wonderful time visiting the many artist's blogs here! Today was my first time going any further than the store, but I believe I will make it an activity to do often! The art they shared was beautiful---stunning! I love your Christmas images! The projects of cards and tags were all so elegant. I'm certain any recipient will be full of joy to receive such a treat!

My personal favorite was the village image. Lovely. The one with the corgi was so much fun, too! I think you should have one sent to Her Majesty, the Queen! She loves her corgis!

I did visit all of the blogs. One wouldn't open for me. I did not see the give-away image, however. I don't know how I could have missed it. I left a comment on each artist's comments. There was one I didn't know how to leave a comment. It wasn't the usual. "are you a robot?" followed by "post comment."

I will be back for sure! Thank you for such a lovely way to spend some time!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Jean said...

Simply gorgeous!

Robyn Oliver said...

Again I can't say how much Power Poppy stamps are my favourite and just love all the inspiration you and your team shares. The Re-mix hop has been amazing and today I just love Christine fabulous village with her reindeer corgi..beautiful... thanks Marcella

Tina Z. said...

so sweet.

Sue D said...

Love these sparkly colorful villages.