Monday, October 1, 2012

JBS Mercantile October Treats!

We are all just so very excited to share our October offerings with you!  You can find lots of new treats in the Design Team Gallery.  The October Papercrafting Kit is in a lovely fall pallette in the most vibrant of hues.  It is a joy to work with as Betsy Sammarco shows here!  Of course it comes with an exclusive stamp and stencil, but we've also added in a bonus treat - an exclusive cut file that works perfectly with die cut machines or as a digital brush!

This very first JBS Exclusive Cut File (now available exclusively in our October Papercrafting Kit) not only brings you the sweet doily shape shown, but you also get the outline which is perfect for this month's exclusive stamp or last month's exclusive stencil.  No more fancy cutting needed!

Again, we are very excited to welcome Kerry Lynn Yeary back to the team.  Here she has worked her magic with modeling paste and the October exclusive stencil, the butterflies in flight.

Here is the October Papercrafting Kit including exclusive stamp, stencil, and digital cut file.

More exciting news to share!  JBS Mercantile is now offering digital cut files.  This month we have four perfect fall cuts designed by Lisa Dickinson.  New releases will debut on the first of each month.  These will be offered at a 25% discount on the first two days of the month (subscribers will be able to purchase them on the first and non subscribers may begin purchasing them on the second).

This set is sized to work well with your project life storytelling.

On this page Briana Johnson has worked with that delightful digital doily cut and added in a handmade flower from a vintage quilt square in the Antiquarian Add-on.

Here is the Antiquarian Add-on, as always, packed with vintage goodness.

Our guest this month is the Amazing Amanda Jones Robinson.  Here is a charming layout she created with the Artisan Add-on.

 The Artisan Add-on reminds me of our county fairs in late summer/early fall.

 Our Project Kit this month was designed by Jenni Bowlin.  It is classic Jenni goodness.

And don't forget to stop by our Flea Market for vintage updates!
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