Tuesday, October 25, 2011


It's time to have some SCACD Fun!!!

New release coming soon!!!

Victoria Case for SCACD

Classic Retro Crew and Street View Collections!!!

Release on Friday, October 28, 2011!!!

Mark you calendars!!!

***Blog Candy Info Below***

Happy October Everyone!!!

It's time again for another fabulous release at SCACD!!! This month we have 2 awesome Collections designed by the magical Victoria Case for SCACD!!!

The first Collection is the fun and wonderful~ Street Views which are Fab stamps that can stand on their own or act as a fun backround stamp!!!

The second Collection is another awesome edition ~ Classic Retro Crew!!!

8 stamps are being released and of course if you buy either complete set you will get a sweet discount along with a bonus stamp and sentiment.

So be sure to mark you calendars for Friday, October 28th at 4 am (EST) for a fun blog hop and also when you can purchase these awesome new stamps!!!


Sneak Peek Info!!!

We thought it would be fun to share with you a few sneak peeks of the fabulous Street View Collection this week! Be sure to visit this post each day which we will update with the newest wonderful sneakl peeks!!!
You'll still want to hop along with us on Friday the 28th so you can see the one Street View not shown during the sneaks and also the awesome Classic Retro Crew through lots of inspiration by the fabulous SCACD DT!!!

Thursday brings us Kim sharing our final sneak peek of the new Victoria Case for SCACD Street View ~ Happy Town!!! Who wouldn't want to live in these fun buildings!!! Remember today is the last day to enter the blog candy too! See you tomorrow for the release and blog hop!!

Here we are at Wednesday with Melanie sharing a sneak peek of the new Victoria Case for SCACD Street View- Couture Avenue!!! I think I feel a shopping spree coming on :o)

Today we have Danni sharing a sneak peek at the new Victoria Case for SCACD Street View--Fairy Hollow~ If you were a sweet fairy or even not would this not be a cool place to hang out hee hee :o)

Remember to stop back tomorrow for the blog hop and release!!!

For our International Friends Quixotic Paperie will have these stamps on hand for purchase on the 28th :o)

**Blog Candy is now CLOSED**
***Blog Candy!!!***

October 25th thru the 27th

Of course we like to make things super fun for our SCACD friends so we are also giving away some Blog Candy!!! One lucky winner will win one set of the Victoria Case for SCACD Street View Collection!!!

To enter for the blog candy please answer the following question on this post only~

What type of place would you like to live in the most?? Big City?? Small Town?? A town with streets lined with stores esp. shoes and stamps??? or your own make believe town?

Only one comment per person-please!!

***Please note you need to come back to the store blog on the 27th to see if you have won!!! You will need to claim your prize within one week or a new winner will be chosen!!!***

The blog candy will close at 8:00 pm (PST) on Thursday, October 27th and a winner will be chosen and announced before 10:00pm (PST) via random.org!!

We know you're going to love the NEW look of this release and can't wait to share the entire collection with you!

Thanks Always for your support of my store and my Designers!!!

Hearts and Hugs 
Susana and the SCACD DT Family


Mette said...

I live in a small village with old houses and narrow streets and everyone is friendly and helpful. We even have our own little school. There is 1 shop (would love 1 stamp shop hehe).

I love this place but would change 2 things. #1 that all the houses are painted in different colours :). #2 that there be more activities for teenagers (non-existing now).

Looking forward to seeing the sneek peaks :) Hugs, Mette

alethea said...

Oh wow, what an absolutely gorgeous stamp!!! I can't wait to see the rest of the new release!! As far as where I would like to live... I have always wanted to live in the country!! Not sure that it would be a farm but somewhere in the middle of nowhere!! Thanks for a chance to win such a fab candy!! hugsxx

Vanja said...

Congrats on another release!
I love the card and the stamp is gorgeous!

I'd love to live in a small town near the sea. I'd love to be able to enjoy the sound of waves more often. :)


Janet said...

I love small towns--that's the best place to live in my book.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Jennifer J said...

I love living in a small town. My dream house would be a beach inspired cottage surrounded by gardens and gardens of flowers with an extra large craft room. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Tina Gilliland said...

Lovely stamp!! I really like the size town I live in now... around 800,000... lots to always do and not small so everyone knows your business. BUT... I WISH I could move it to a much warmer year-round climate!!! That would be my ultimate place to live!!!!!!! Thanks for the chance to win what looks like will be an awesome set!!!

Barbara Colbert said...

I live in a small town...and really enjoy it as opposed to the big city. BUT if I could choose anywhere...it would be by the sea....a wonderful view of the sunrises and sunsets...NO hurricanes!!!...and wonderful walks on the beach with the sound of the waves...and a wonderful HUGE craft room to work in!!! AND HUGE enough to store all of my necessities!!!! DREAM DREAM!

Thanks for the chance to win!

slbela59 said...

I would love a small town with lots and lots of stamp, paper and other craft stores! Can't wait to see rest of release. thanks for the chance to win.

Kathi said...

I used to live in big cities and now I live in a very small village. But I would like to live in a small town, with old houses and some cute stores and maybe mountains nearby and the seaside too :-)
This image is super cute and fun :-)
XX Kathi

Donna said...

I wouldn't want to live in a huge city but I would want the town big enough that it had decent shopping, especially hobby shops that would include papercrafting, cross stitch, crocheting etc. I'd want the town to be bugless since I am not fond of mosquitos, bed bugs, etc. and I'd want my family near. That would be perfect!

Heidi Brawley said...

ummm mine would have to be a make believe town. i love mermaids so a mermaid town would be fun!

Hugs, Heidi

Cindy Lou said...

If the new stamp set is a wonderful as the sneak peek, I can hardly wait for the rest of the days! I would prefer to live in a nice small southern town set on either the ocean or the side of a river (I love water). This town would have to have several very important stores such as: one dedicated to stamps store, one bling store, one store just for papercraft type tools, and then another store for inks and papers. I would like to see a park with kiosks located throughout each carrying some special something that wasn't in any of the stores. Near the meadow edge, the forest edge, the park and the waters edge there should be tables and gazebos where all artists inspired by wildlife, flowers and other miscellaneous flora and fauna of the real and unreal. There should be at least one really good Italian restaraunt as well ;)

Sharon Peele said...

Wow, Love the sneak peek!! can't wait to see the rest!!

I live in a small town and wouldn't have it any other way!! But I do wish we had a stamp store nearby!!!

Shazza said...

I like where I live in the Scottish Highlands. So many beautiful scenic places on your doorstep. Thanks for the chance to win.

miatagal said...

I would love to live exactly where I am living now; medium city; on a beautiful tree lined street, on an island, close to the sea; moderate weather. Don't need another stamp store because SCACD is as close as my computer.

Iris said...

What a super cute image and showcased perfectly! This is not only for fairies I can also see Christmas elves living there!:-)

We moved from a big city to a small town a few years ago and I enjoy it much more. I grew up in a small village and I guess I'm still a country girl ;-) I love small stores which we have here but would love to have some small craft and stamp stores as well :-)

Congrats on the release and I can't wait to see more!


Kim Kelley said...

Can't wait to see the whole collection!

I would want to live on my own island with a plane that drops supplies once a week! LOL

On a serious note...I would want to live in a small town, something old fashioned looking with trees lining the streets and kids able to play at a town park.

Thnak you for a gret winning opportunity!

Sharon in Arizona said...

Hi Susana - How fun and exciting is all this - anxious to see all the beautiful new stamps and for the blog hop. I'm a real country girl at heart, talking miles away from everywhere...like my space and quiet. If I chose a town it would be a small farming town with a square and lots of unique shops. Be checking back every day for more fun. Love this card!!! Big hugs, Sharon :o)

bluucaca said...

I love living in the country not to far from a small town. That's where i live now and love . Not crazy at all of big city life. I small towns.

debpaint16 said...

I love the sneak peek!!!! I live in a small town with shops & stores all in close proximity, so I wouldn't change a thing!!! Thanks for the chance to win your Awesome stamps!!!

Lynda said...

I would love a small town but with 'big town' conveniences! I enjoy the friendships that develop in small towns, a real feel of community.
Looking forward to more "sneak peeks"!

Anniebee said...

What a cute stamp! I love all the whimsical houses but for the sake of the residents, I hope they are sturdier than they look! Hee hee! The answer to your question is easy for me. I would live in a small mountain town, preferably where it doesn't snow for 6 months of the year! LOL Maybe in the Ozarks or Smokies would be nice.

Debbie said...

I've lived in the city and now in the suburbs (practically country, corn fields nearby, love it). I'd like a small town, but would like to be near a big city because I love the availability of world-class museums and zoos without the noise and crowds of daily city life ;- ) Thanks for the chance to win.

RuthAnn said...

I'd love to live in a small seaside
town or village, right on the edge of the beach. A place were my grandchildren and my daughters could come for visits to enjoy not only my company, but the amazing views, smells and sounds of the sea. RuthAnn King

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

My own make believe place for sure! I want a combination of things...like a rainforest environment with lots of plants and animals but without the humidity! LOL! Friendly neighborhood gatherings. That is where I would live but I would also be super close to a neat town with specialty boutiques where people dressed up all the time!
I basically want opposite ends of the fairytale spectrum! :P

Patricia said...

I wish I lived in a place where you didn't need money for anything! You could go shopping and get whatever you want or need whenever without worrying about it. Can you imagine a place with an unlimited amount of craft supplies for free? Sounds good to me!

paperpapier said...

I prefer to live in a small town with lots of crafty store for me to browse, drooling over them...lol!!!

Pink Stamper Girl said...

Hi and congrats on another stamp release, that's wonderful! They really look adorable!
I would live in a make believe place, on a tropical Island. Where there was no anger, hate, Cancer or other illnesses. There would be no poverty and no money to deal with, it would be a true community where everyone shared and pulled our resources and workload together. No crime, just love and responsibility for you and your fellow man! Wouldn't that be so nice. We would support the Island on many different talents, artists and several online stores. We would have craft stores, shoe stores and yes, the biggest Chocolate store, but you could eat as much as you want and never gain a pound. Well that's my fairy tail. If only huh?
Hugs, Briana

angelique (anlou) said...

hiya sweetie
lovely card are these, hunni
i live in a small town, and loving it, the shops are very close by
so i'm trilled to live here
is it not the 28 of october, i can't wait to see what you'll came up with, LOL
hugs angelique

Gina L said...

That's a hard one! I'd love to live in a small town in the mountains, with a river nearby, but it'd have to be one where there was plenty of craft stores and crops. Of course, I'd like unlimited funds so I could craft all day and shop as much as I wanted. My house would be a small log cabin outside of town, with no neighbors. My house would need no maintenance at all. In fact, in my house and in my whole town, everything would magically clean itself and appliances would not break! Since I do like the convenience of the city, the nearest large city would have to be about an hour away: a short enough drive but far enough away to keep the city smog and noise away from my mountain craft retreat!

Gina L said...

Whoops..sorry I left the same comment a few times. Blogger was acting strange on me today and I had to sign in multiple times. I wasn't sure if it went through! I apologize.

Amanda R said...

Definitely a small country town but close enough to a city to get what I need!

Cathy F said...

Oh so many possibilities to design seasonal cards with these street scenes. Lookin forward to the full release. I would love to live in the country on a piece of property w/lots of pine trees that would smell like Christmas all year round. Thanks for a chance to win.

Renkata said...

wow the new stamps look very cool.
I would like to live in a small town with a big long street full with shops:) where everyone know each other and live happy ,lol.

puffinliz said...

I have lived mostly in big cities but I would love the small town life. I lived in a small town when I went to college...Love the new release! So whimsical...

Carla S. said...

Great peak! Can't wait to see the full set! I grew up in a pretty small town, but I still wasn't close enough to walk to the shops. I'd love to be in small town or village where you know everyone and can walk everywhere. If it was close to the ocean, that would be even better!

Mary J said...

Oh I would definitely love to live in a fantasy world - something like an Elven city described in the Lord of The Rings!

Can't WAIT to see this new release!!

Debbie said...

I would love to live in a small country like town that has lots of shops and antiques. Everyone's yards would have huge oak trees with swings in them. Everyone would be nice and there would be huge gatherings at certain times of the year.
Your stamps are gorgeous!! Thanks for giving us a chance to win!!


Oh! my dream...to live in the Colorado Rocky Mountains in a log cabin with a cozy fireplace and a huge picture window to look out to see a beautiful mountain scenery and a huge table filled with fellow stampers and scrappers having fun & fellowship, and have my own stamp and craft shop! Hugs! Leah Ann

Dorothy E said...

I would like to live in a bit warmer climate as in no winter yet I could see snow up in the mountains in the winter, that would be fine. I would like to live in a smaller town in a small house with a daylight basement. So I could have all my craft and sewing stuff down there, with room for a few card making friends too. A nice little yard with a fence around the perimeter and a pretty arch for friends to come into the yard through. With no need to lock the doors!!!! But within an hours drive of a good stamp store!!! Sounds nice and peaceful hey!

liannallama said...

I love living in a beach town but my dream would be to live closer to the beach but have more blue skies and fewer marine layer days! And no traffic, but still live in So Cal, LOL!

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

I'd love to live in a small town again. Big towns are too impersonal, and yea, small towns make everyone know your business but the caring is there too! Thanks for a chance to win!

Ilona said...

I would like to live in a small town near by the sea. Our house will be one of the houses I've seen in Scotland and a few footsteps away will be a big supermaket and a lot of small shops with stamps, papers, wool, fabrics, and and and. And every evening I would like to walk the dog along the beach *I'm_dreaming*

DonnaMundinger said...

Oh these are FAB! I pretty much love the town I live in. It's a fairly small town with the downtown lined with cute shops and restaurants. It's wine country with over 50 wineries so it has a beautiful rural feel, but it's close enough to San Francisco that you can have your fab city experience in less than an hour. Other than that, I'd love to live in the fairy town. xxD

ike said...

I'd love to live in a big, old, creaky Gothic house and have shedloads MORE cats than I have now. :-D
I live in a house up a mountain on a small Greek island. No shortage of cats here :-) xxxxx

THERESA said...

These are so cute, i think i would love to stay where fairies and gnomes live with lots of flowers and trees and arched benches with flower buds with green grass all around, the 'fairy hollow' looks so perfect and peaceful!!
I stay in the city, traveling a lot with so much traffic, so you can see where i am coming from,lol!!
ps: off coarse maybe a few craft shops around the corner.......hehehe
lotsa luv

Rhonda Miller said...

I love these stamps, the mushrooms are so fun.
I would like to live in a small town, but one with lots of crafty/stamp stores.

Sharman said...

I think I would like to live someplace like Italy that has a lot of culture and live in a small town where you have everything that you need but everything is is colorful shops where you know all the people that come and go. I think it would be so awesome to have a village as your family and that everyone looks out for everyone else. Where there is no jealousy or anger and where people are laid back enough but not lazy. Where you can truly enjoy the life that God has given you. BUT of course, a couple of those stores MUST be CRAFT stores!!!!!!!!!

Kathy Bradley said...

Oh, what adorable "town" stamps - they are awesome. I can think of so many uses already. I would live in my own "make believe" town, wherein I would have the largest stamp/paper/and other stamping necessities store. The town would accommodate all my stamping family and friends as needed. Oh, and wonderful boutique next door with stylish clothes, shoes, purses and HATS!

Giovana said...

I used to love big cities with lots of traffic, LOL, now I live in the country and I love the peace and quiet, the animals, farms, etc! So I choose the country !!

Susan said...

I grew up in the suburbs, I live in Center City-Philadelphia for 2 years, while going to college later in life. I actually enjoyed it, but Center City is the "nice section" also.

We actually live in the woods in a "lost village of the pine Barrens" we have 5 acres, and I LOVE being out here with nature, and safety(people can leave their door unlocked)

But the only nice, friendly neighbors we had next door moved away. so it is a bit lonely now.

I THINK I would like to live in a small rural town, where everyone knows you, and you have "over the fence" conversations while hanging out your laundry etc.

However, that being said, I am also a new solitary neo-pagan....so not so sure how that would go over in a small town, LOL!!

But yes a small rural town, with a "downtown area with shops trees, park etc.

Thanks for the opportunity!
Alex sent me :)

Tanya R said...

These are fab! I love the mushroom house. My Oma would draw these for me when I was little. I have to say I love small towns, not too small though, It would have to be near a city so I could go in and shop. Having kiddos, the small town would also have to have young ones about and lots of pretty parks to visit. Maybe that could be a new release in the future....Pretty Parks.

Lisa said...

I already love where I wanna live! Small town feel right outside a big city with stamp stores! Woot! But...I do love that mushroom house...

babar said...

The sketch you made on card looks very realistic..
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