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New from Cosmo Cricket

If you've followed my blog for a while, you know I'm a huge
fan of Cosmo Cricket and their fun and colorful designs.
Now they've released previews of their latest lines on their
blog and as usual there are a few things I'm craving.

Although I think used to be a bit more fun in the past..
I miss the really fun designs they used to make, for example
the "Mr Campy", "The Boyfriend", "Material Girl" and
"Jolly by Golly" lines.

Did you know you can actually get these as digital kits
over at Jessica Sprague? If you're not in to digital scrap
you can print them out and make your very own hybrid
projects, smart huh :)

What do you think about these new designs?


  1. Great new Cosmo stuff! I think my fav would be the first set. Love the colors and patterns in that one!

  2. Looking great, although I'm not too keen on the last set. The third set is my fave!

  3. thank you for all the tickets free ! merci beaucoup, miji.

  4. Luv em! I think it is so cool that they are also available in digital format!


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