New company and new products!

     Posted by Lori on February 15, 2012

I am very excited to announce the arrival of products from a company new to Liitd - Memory Box - stamps, paper pads, and steel craft dies - now available on the shopping page here.  I have had the opportunity to test drive these products and I am thrilled to give you the results - EXCELLENT.  We have brought in an assortment of items for you to try, and we know that you will soon be asking us to add more of these items to the shopping page.

You may click images for larger photos.

I made this card using the Autumn Tree Landscape stamp (sorry to show you this, the stamp was a backordered item with this order, but they tell me it will come with our next order).  However, wooden stamp - Tree Border - which is very similar did come with this order.

A quick card I made to show off the Deer Trio die - it’s absolutely gorgeous - deer can easily be cut apart to be used in different areas of your project.  I popped these up with small foam squares.

For this card I used the Yuletide papers and the Catalina Wreath die.  I used the stardust pen to edge around the flowers in the wreath.  The 6×6 pads are awesome - the pages are all separated - it looks like a pad - but they are not glued together - perfect - no more ripped sheets when tearing pages out of the pads.

I cut this wreath out of white cardstock using the Catalina Wreath die.  I got out my mini splat mat and 4 colors of distress stains - wild honey, broken china, peeled paint, and aged mahogany.  I put the end of the distress stain bottle on the mini splat mat, squeezed and released, so that just the tiniest bit of stain remained on the mini splat mat.  Then with a paint brush, I painted the wreath as shown in this picture above, so slick and easy to do.

I then sprayed the two pieces of patterned paper (at either edge of the card) and the wreath with shimmer goosebumps (yes, I am addicted to this stuff, lol).  I added a few mini pearls and completed the card.  I love this wreath, and can’t wait to make one with the added Perched Reedbird die.  (if you click the picture of the card, I think you can see the effect of the shimmer goosebumps)

These dies are fabulous, they cut so easily, and so clean - they have a few tiny holes in them, so if you are using felt, fabric, or plastic - you can just use a poker to push the felt, fabric, or plastic through - no digging in the die to get anything out - love that.

I wish that I had more time to show you all of the things you can do with these products, but please do visit Memory Box’s idea gallery here - besides some great inspiration, you will find some pretty cool videos too.

And, please, if you see something you like, please email me at and we will add your request to our next order.

5 Comments so far

  1. Melissa Ferguson February 15, 2012 12:11 am


  2. LisaT. February 15, 2012 12:49 am

    Woohoo!!!  These dies look fabulous!!!

  3. Lorna February 15, 2012 6:22 am

    Now this is a new supplier I think we’ll all enjoy! Great creations Lori!

  4. AmberD February 15, 2012 8:06 am

    Looks amazing!!!! Thanks for sharing Lori….can’t wait to get my hands on some of these!

  5. Susan Holton February 15, 2012 10:55 pm

    So happy to hear that you love our GooseBumps Shimmer!

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