Sunday, February 15, 2015

Introducing The Quick Stitch Kits

Good morning, friends! Today is the 11th day of the Papertrey Ink 8th Anniversary Countdown and we have a highly anticipated final announcement for you. Nichole is introducing Erin Lincoln's new product line, the fabulous Quick Stitch Kits!

I can already tell that Erin's Quick Stitch series is going to be a favorite if mine for a very long time. The details she has incorporated into this Sewing Staples kit are truly gorgeous. She's thought of everything from color coordinated bobbins to storage and delicate embellishments. You're going to adore this kit and all of its possibilities. And this is only the beginning!

A Design Team full of fresh faces has even been recruited to showcase Erin's marvelous kits. You're definitely going to want to get acquainted with these talented ladies (if you aren't already, of course):

Me (!)

Nichole's asked us to pop in with a quick hello today, just to let all of you get to know us a little bit better, so here it goes!

My name's Lizzie and I live in Ohio. I'm married to my high school sweetheart, Sean (awww...), and I design stamps and write the Papertrey Ink monthly newsletter. I enjoy board games, star gazing, and long walks on the beach (just kidding). You can regularly find me loitering around the Papertrey Ink Forum trying to answer questions and generally causing mischief. I've been involved in the paper crafting industry for the past several years, but I don't limit my crafty time to stamps and cardstock. I love creating special embroidery projects for friends and family, so when Nichole mentioned the opportunity to join the Quick Stitch Team I absolutely jumped at the chance!

You'll see more about this beautiful kit later this month, so stay tuned! I'll see you again soon! Have a great day!


MKPstamps said...

I detest sewing. And would rather pay a tailor to do anything. But I like the dies and hope there is something we can do with them on paper.

jan metcalf said...

I am already thinking the scissors holder would make a cute little May day basket!

Michelle (abzzymom) said...

Congrats, Lizzie! What an awesome opportunity! I'm so excited for you. I'm not much of a sewer so these kits are right up my alley. Can't wait to see your projects.

Queen Mary said...

Lizzie, I was so hoping someone would do the long walks on the beach thing! Love it! I'm looking forward to the sewing kits! I think they could be tons of fun and I hope Nichole is ready for Christmas! Christmas in July -- felt ornaments!

Amy Sheffer said...

Looking forward to all the crafty things you'll be making with Erin's kits!