Saturday, February 27, 2021

Sugar and Spice and everything nice...


Hi there!

We sent out the February newsletter from Sweet November Stamps last night, it's a quick review of everything that has been added to the store this month. Not only do we have an exclusive new digi released with the newsletter but we also have another Vault release that she coordinates with. Years ago I started an unofficial collection of Spice Fairies and we've now updated all three of them, Ginger, Paprika and Coriander. Joining their sisterhood today is the lovely Saffron. Newsletter subscribers have received a code to grab her for free and she is available for purchase to everyone else. If you are not a Sweet November newsletter subscriber yet and you're bummed about missing out on this month's freebie no worries, simply go to the bottom of the Sweet November Stamps home page and sign up now.

Ginger was the original Spice Fairy released way back in 2010. She is imbued with a sense of tranquility and peace that has a calming effect on anyone who happens by her. So if you've had a frazzled day, Ginger is the fairy you would want to hang out with for awhile, she'll have you feeling better in no time. :)


Coriander fairy is another image originally released in 2010. She is naturally shy and quiet and if she had it her way, her days would be spent chatting with the flowers and listening to the spring breezes sing.


Saffron fairy is the newest addition and she is a vivacious little fairy with a zest for life that is quite infectious. She is a natural poet always singing the praises of the beauty and wonder found all around.   

Now be sure to go check out the Friends of Sweet November Stamps group on Facebook for even more Spice Fairy inspiration from Caitlin, Melissa and our wonderfully talented guest designer, Carrie L. Triner!

I will also be coloring Paprika and Saffron Live this morning at 11am PST on my Adventures in Coloring with Amy Facebook page so I hope to see ya there!     

You can also find us on Instagram @sweetnovemberstamps and don't forget to use the #sweetnovemberstamps any time you share a card or project using SN images so we can see all of your beautiful makes!