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Preview of our New Rock Star Collection for June

It's friday and today is the last day of our previews
and we saved the best for last with our 
"New Rock Star Collection"
Its perfect for all those Rock Band enthusiasts in your
house and great for scrapping concerts, recitals and 
lots of other musical related pages :)

Check out this You Tube video and be the first to see
all the fantastic papers we created for our
Brand New Rock Star Collection!!

Our "Rock Band" papers, stickers, chipboard and die cuts
will be available in stores on June 15 so be sure and ask
your local scrapbooking store if they are going to carry it
and if not be sure and tell them they are going to be missing out!!!

It's great paper to scrap your favorite bands too!!

Rock and Roll by Kim Arledge
The 6x6 die cuts work great for cards and 
the smaller tags and prints work great too
as you can see in the card below.....

Thanks everyone for stopping by and be sure
and let us know if you love this line for a chance
to win some!! Have a rockin good day!!!!!

Winners for all the contests will be announced tomorrow...


  1. There's no doubt i love this collection! Love the bright blue, orange, purple combination. I have a few pictures that would match perfectly with these papers :)

  2. This is the best line! It could be used with so many different pics!! Love the skull and crossbones!!!!

  3. Y

    I LOVE this collection
    I have a son who thinks he's a rock star----

  4. Now THIS is my kind of paper line! I have 5 boys and they love music! Thanks! Christy

  5. Oh, I can't tell you how much I love this collection! My teen daughter plays guitar, this would be perfect for scrapping pages of her when she received her first guitar, and different layouts as she has played through the years. Love the fantastic graphics and fun colors!!

  6. This line is fabulous!!!! I have pictures of our "Rock Band" nights and this would be PERFECT! I've enjoyed previewing the new releases and seeing the DT's creation.


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