Happy Friday, friends!

Can I just say how happy I am that Friday is here? This weekend is going to be busy - tonight we are celebrating my oldest turing 17, Saturday we are going to a Kentucky Derby Party, and then Sunday is Mothers Day.

Oh, and its National Scrapbook Weekend! Lots of fun things to do online to celebrate our favorite hobby!

Since its Friday I thought I would share 5 new scrapbook products that I am absolutely loving these days!

1. Feed Your Craft on Etsy has the most adorable Harriet (the Hippo) stamp. So cute. Harriet is the doodle friend of Brandi Kincade. Seriously cute

2. Note to Self is the newest kit from Felicity Jane.  I am not currently a subscriber as I normally wouldn't use the stamps in the kit and they are a large cost in the kit. This month though? I can definitely see me using the entire kit! This kit just may be in my future.

3. We R Memory Keepers has started releasing their newest line of albums. Love how fun they are! I haven't purchased them yet, though, as I am waiting to hear about the quality. But they are at the top of my wishlist!

4. Ali Edwards just released a set of 3x8 templates to fit her page protectors. Yep! I love them. I picked them up last night to use for Week In The Life next week. (More on that later).

5. This Sketch Ranunculus stamp set from Simon Says Stamps is one I think I would get a ton of use from. I am also loving the SSS Roses For You stamp. I don't use a ton of stamps but when I do stamp, flowers are one of my go-to types of stamps.

There you go. Five scrapbook products that I love right now. Just maybe one of them will catch your eye as well.

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4 comments

  1. Hope your son enjoys his party. Love Feed Your Craft. I've actually been eyeing some flair there. My flair has been dwindling, but harriet is super cute in everything Brandi does. I'm also loving those ombre albums.

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  2. I love FYC and Brandi's work! I keep wanting to pick something up but haven't bitten the bullet yet!

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  3. Looks like I'm going to be ordering from Feed Your Craft . . . thank you? LOL.

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