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Yumi & Fumi Handmade Peek-a-Boo Spring NEW Release!!

Hello!!  It's Release Day at Yumi & Fumi Handmade!  We're so happy you could join us today. 
"Before we start the showcase, we'd like to say a huge Welcome & ALOOOHAAA to our friends Cliff & Cheryl of J's Knicknacks in Honolulu, HI.  J's is the first to carry Yumi & Fumi Handmade stamps in their store and we're really happy and excited about it!!  If you live in the area please stop by and say Hello and pick up a few of our stamps.  Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to J's Knicknacks for being our firsts!! 
Yes, that means we've gone wholesale!  If you'd like to see our stamps in your local craft store please ask them to send us an email at wholesale@yumifumihandmade.com
Today we’re excited to show you our newest stamps created with a little whimsy in mind.  When coming up with this new stamp line we wanted to do something a little different but still keep fun and cute in mind.  We came up with the idea of our characters peeking around a corner, laying in the grass, and maybe even peeking over something.  Then we thought it would be even cuter to add in our own little critter friends to go along with us.  That is how the Peek-a-Boo series was born.
These stamps are the same quality as our other stamps and all made in the USA.  Made of deeply etched red rubber on cling mount they are also scroll cut and indexed for easy stamping.  The only difference is they are much smaller than our normal sized images, but that doesn't detract from their cuteness.
Each stamp retails for $7.50, but for a limited time you can purchase a bundle pack of all 4 stamps for the low price of $25 until Monday, April 8th at 5pm pst.  (This offer only applies in the Yumi & Fumi Handmade store
Time to welcome our Peek-a-Boo friends into the ohana…" 
(my sample follows the package graphic)


Chuckles is so smile-y, isn't he?  So I thought the Paper Smooches sentiment and the bright Doodlebug papers would be appropriate for him.  Mostly also because I couldn't think of anything clever to go with the gecko. 


The sentiments on this card is also from Paper Smooches.  The papers are from Basic Grey.  Love the cute little turtle with the flower in his mouth!  I wanted Fumi to look as if she were peeking out from a wall so I embossed that part of the image with Tim Holtz embossing folder.


 This is my favorite image of this series!  Yumi looks so contemplative, doesn't she, which is why I chose that sentiment from Lawn Fawn.  Doodlebug papers again with a felt flower I made a long time ago.  Added a button and some pearls too.


 I don't have a card with AJ alone.  Instead he is joined by Chuckles and Fumi!  I thought this would be a fun group card.  I used my Perfect Layers rulers to create the layers around the images and the sentiment.  Also added some flowers and grass from CC Cutters.

Aren't they all cute and fun!  Be sure to check out more awesome creations by the DT HERE.

Thanks for stopping by!



Comments

Rachel Parys said…
What fun new stamps!! You rocked all of these, but I especially love what you did on the last one! (makes me think of The Brady Bunch! lol) Fantastic work!
Cheryl said…
Super cute cards! Love how you incorporated the peeking images!
Denice said…
OMG, you have been a busy crafter! Look at all of your adorable cards,and how fabulous you've colored the new images. Great designs on all!
:Dxx
Love all of your cards. WOW, you've been super busy. And I heard it's your birthday today. HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!
RiNNE said…
These are all so cute! Love the last one with all the images and the one where she's peeking from the wall!

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