Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Sneak Preview #4: More Triangle Treat Sets

You may recall that this spring we introduced two clear stamp sets specially designed to coordinate with our 10215V Triangle Treat Template wood mounted stamp. The first was the Bunny Maker Clear Set, used to create cute rabbit treat boxes. Shortly afterward, the Dog & Cat Maker Clear Set was released.

Well, these have been so popular we decided to create more sets for you! Here's 10945SC Witch & Jack Maker Clear Set:

When used with 10215V Triangle Treat Template, it turns into this:

I love 10938SC Christmas Character Maker Clear Set:

Look at the finished projects:

And perhaps my favorite of all (although it really is tough to choose) is the 10940SC Polar Pal Maker Clear Set:

Check out the sweet little guys this set makes:

That penguin, by the way, is the brainchild of my friend Dawn Blomquist. She also created the original bunny triangle treat box. Such a clever lady!

So when will these three new clear sets be available for purchase? Our lovely website guru, Cheryl, tells me the entire Fall & Winter '09 collection should be ready on the main Inky site around August 3rd. We're counting down the days now...that's just around the corner!


Kathy said...

These are so cute! Will you be bringing them to the Stampaway convention in Cincinnati next month?

Theresa Grdina said...

These are absolutely adorable! I cannot tell you how cute they are!!! It's a completely new way to look at the triangle treat boxes!

Jackie Lewis said...

Kathy, unfortunately they probably won't be ready in time for Stampaway since we'll have less than a week between the end of the CHA trade show and Cincinnati. The Dog & Cat Maker and Bunny Maker Clear Sets should be there, though.

Thanks for your kind comments, Kathy and Theresa!

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

oh my!!! These are so cute! I can't wait to get my hands on them!!

Jackie Lewis said...

Ooh, good news, Kathy & everybody...the latest word is that we should have our new clear sets at Stampaway! Our shop folks will be scurrying to get them done, but they're saying it looks promising. YAY!!