3.02.2010

Today is the Day!

The official release of my first Digital Die Cuts at Two Peas! Here are the previews of the first two kits:
Each set is only $4.00 to download. When you consider that you get at least 5 shapes plus outlines in each kit, it's quite the bargain! More kits will be added and debuted every Tuesday morning so be sure to check back.

To thank all the people who have stopped by the last two weeks and have become friends and followers, I am going to give away a very nice RAK. How about a huge 3Birds kit?

3 Birds 10,000-piece Overstuffed Craft Kit
The 3 Birds 10,000-piece Overstuffed Craft Kit has just what you need to create fabulous paper-crafting projects with ease.  The color-coordinated kit is filled with an abundance of stickers, rub-ons and patterned paper all stored neatly inside the versatile organizer folder.

3 Birds 10,000-piece Overstuffed Craft Kit Includes
  • 8,600 rub-ons
  • 1,300 stickers
  • 12 sheets of single-sided printed papers (2 sheets of 6 patterns) - measure approx. 12"L x 12"W each 
  • 12 sheets of cardstock paper (6 colors) - measure approx. 12"L x 12"W each 
  • Wooden bird-shaped rub-on tool
  • Coloful storage folder - measures approx. 12-1/2"L x 12-3/4"W
Rub-ons Include:
  • 8 sheets of "Teeny Tiny Alpha" lower case rub-ons - measure approx. 3"L x 6"W each
  • 8 sheets of "Itsy Bitsy Alpha" upper case rub-ons - measure approx. 3"L x 6"W each
  • 12 sheets of "Rub 'em On" shaped rub-ons - measure approx. 4"L x 6"W each
  • 6 sheets of "Big Rub-Ons" shaped rub-ons - measure approx. 6"L x 12"W each
Stickers Include:
  • 8 sheets of "Big Big Alpha Stickers" - measure approx. 6"L x 12"W each
  • 6 sheets of "Sticky Titles" stickers - measure approx. 4"L x 12"W each
  • 16 sheets of "Journaling Tags and Quotes" stickers - measure approx. 4"L x 6"W each
  • 12 sheets of "Themed Stickers and Basic Shapes" stickers - measure approx. 4"L x 12"W each
Product Features:
  • Color-coordinated versatile kit - mix and match the papers, stickers and rub-ons for fabulous designs; dramatic color palettes and fabulous patterns; simply design your own scrapbook pages or homemade cards in no time
  • "Itsy Bitsy Alpha Rub-Ons" - variety of letters (upper and lower case), numbers and punctuation marks all in a variety of colors
  • "Rub 'em On" shaped rub-ons - colorful images, icons and phrases; grouped themes - nature, holidays and more
  • "Big Rub-Ons" - phrases, shapes, images and flourishes in a wide assortment of sizes and colors
  • "Big Big Alpha Stickers" stickers sheets - 6 uniquely patterned sheets and 2 sheets of solid colored stickers with 4 different fonts; multitude of letters, numbers and punctuations
  • "Sticky Titles" sticker sheets - large stickers to add emphasis to your craft projects; colorful images and words
  • "Journaling Tags and Quotes" sticker sheets - vivid and colorful journaling blocks, phrases, shapes and quotes
  • "Themed Stickers and Basic Shapes" sticker sheets - borders, corners, shapes, phrases and more
  • Birdie rub-on tool - helps to apply your rub-ons
  • Colorful organizer folder - unique pocket and fold-over flaps keep all of the materials in the kit neatly sorted and organized 

How to win? Leave a comment below and let me know what kind of die cut shapes you love and need. What's missing from the market? Make sure to leave me your email address if you don't have a blogger account so I can contact the winner. Contest will be open until midnight EST on Wednesday March 3. I will pick a winner by using the random number generator at www.psychicscience.org. I'll announce the winner on Thursday. Good luck and thanks for celebrating with me!

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

i would absolutly love to see more fun but yet sophisticated die cuts, for the people that are scrapbooking for the people inbetween the kids and the oldies. something funky but stylish.
wildfairy
tibat8179@yahoo.com.au

Kay B said...

Right now I would love to see something for Girl Scouts. And I mean the logos and such - which may not be possible/allowed. Also, maybe cute and trendy koala bear. A friend of mine is having a baby shower for her sister, who loves koalas and we had a hard time finding a koala cut file that was cute enough for a baby shower. In fact, baby shower themes might be nice too. Not just diapers and rattles, but themes that match the way paper plates and napkins do! Things you could use for invitations AND table decorations. Ok, there's my wish-list, hope I win!

Karen said...

I would love to see sport themed shapes that have a little more of a girly, cute, fun flair. I have two girls and all the sports die cuts I've seen tend to be more masculine.

Love the borders you posted! Will have to wander over to 2peas . . .

Marie said...

i am in love with the banners!! more things like those-SOOOOO cute. Congrats laina!!

Vicki W said...

Congrats on your new venture. I would love to see the die cuts that are used as flourishes and accents - like big swirls and brackets.

Katherine said...

Hi Laina...saw your "banner" on 2Peas..congrats to you. Love your
1st kit! Kathy

MonieMonie said...

I love your site. Especially for a newbie like me. I just purchased my curcit. I would like to see mor swirles and something for older folkes. I like to include items in letter/cards for friends. Most are aimed at kids and younger children which I am getting ready to use, I have a new 7 month old granddaughter. I agree with the christian symbols. Great work.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see more small phrases in different fonts that are prewelded. I'm talking small, like 1/2" to 1/4" in height for each letter. Thanks for the chance to win such a great RAK! sweetcathy1 at gmail dot com (email got picked up by spammers in the past so I'm careful)

Karina said...

First of all, congrats on your new adventure!!! I know this will be more than that!!!

Second, I LOVE fonts, I would love to see a font like your handwriting, I really love it!!!

Karina

Melanie said...

Hello. Just found your blog. Have not tried your products before. I think there are a lot of "sports" of Children that are being missed out on. Thanks for your kindness

Sheila said...

I'd like to see more masculine items. I have such a hard time finding cuts such as skateboards, tools, etc.

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Janet said...

Love the borders, would love to see such basic things as tags, tabs and nesting shapes as that is what i use the most. Keep up the great work!

laneyhollo said...

Love your banner, would love to see some school sports or maybe marching bad die cuts. Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize and keep up the great job your blog is AWESOME!

Rockin Robin Caldwell said...

I am new to all this die cut business. I bought things that I thought were "cute" (ughhh, I HATE that word)..thinking that I could morph them to my own liking. I have a plan to start scrapbooking soon. In the meantime, I use my SCAL and cricut to cut what I need. I would like to see more "grunge", tribal, and rock and roll stuff!! I'm funny that way. But, I love the birds, flourishes, and bird cages that are out now too!! It's all good (mostly). I too am relatively new to your blog, but do follow in a "feed" format. Love what I see so far, and hope to get lots of ideas, and most importantly..to learn. Hugs, Rockin Robin Caldwell

Kim S. said...

Love your banners, I would love to see more outdoor/country diecuts. Thanks for the chance to win !!!! spikeka@hotmail.com

Cricut Lover said...

I use Cricut and SCAL. I love them both. i would live to see more Fairies or maybe some Cars, I don't know. I am new to all of this, but I love learning new things.
Cricut Lover
reneefoum@live.com

MaryAnn said...

I love the new releases you have at Two Peas! The banners are ADORABLE! I think adding a ric rac border would be fabulous. I'd also love to see some outdoor diecuts.

Trish said...

Love what you did with your banners and borders--they're SO FUN! I'd love to see more titles--general use ones (Everyday You...Love Like Ours...Someday Soon...), family titles (Aunt, Uncle, Cousins are not easily found), Heritage Titles (Way Back When...When I Was Younger...etc.). I could plan out your whole series...lol!!

SO happy for you and this new gig!! xo

SweetSassyDiva said...

absolutely wonderful! now i just need to win and also win a straight from the nest cart. thanks forthe opportunity!

cjbarclay said...

Wow, what a load of stuff!! I love doing vinyl with my die cuts so that I can use them more for Home decor.

Anonymous said...

Just found your blog and I am loving it. Good luck. I would like to see more male oriented die cuts.
swiley639@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Just found your blog and I am loving it. Good luck. I would like to see more male oriented die cuts.
swiley639@aol.com

SuzieQ said...

LOVE 3Birds!!! Would like to see angels/fairies and such...mystical creatures..

khd said...

I can't get enough of flowers and birds and swirls. :)

Thanks for the chance.

Keisha

Kim J. said...

Congrats on your digital die cuts line, Laina!

Ann Jobes said...

Here is what is missing from the market, in any form, die-cut, stamps,sticker, chipboard etc: shapes that go with the sport of curling. Yes, I'm from Canada and my dd curls - would be nice to document her progress with pages that have a few curling-related diecuts, brooms, curling rocks, the house (rings) etc. Thanks for the opportunity to comment/rant!