Saturday, May 5, 2012

May New Studio Art

If you’ve noticed Dad’s special day creeping closer on the calendar, you’ll appreciate the May art that we’ve lined up for you. To celebrate Dad in style this Father’s Day, we’re bringing you new art from barbeques to basketballs, along with just-right word art to let Dad know how much you care.

From string-wrapped cardboard tags to grungy metal gears, “The Dads in My Life,” from Pickleberrypop, contains enough manly elements to make Dad something really special this Father’s Day, while providing lots of new masculine elements for year-round use. Add Faye Terlouw’s “My Man Word Art,” also from Pickleberrypop, and you’ve got a perfect pair of collections to recognize Dad.

Looking for a little whimsy or a less serious take on gifts or greetings for Father’s Day? Try the “My Dad Rocks” papers from Emily Merritt of the Lily Pad. And if Dad or the kids are into basketball, here’s a brand new collection for the hoop fans. It’s called “Slam Dunk” and is from Pickleberrypop designer Lindsay Jane.

For the active dad or to document your family’s travels, “Recreational Icons,” from Sahlin Studios at the Lily Pad, is a bright and useful collection you’ll turn to again and again. With its map-like symbols depicting boating, camping, hiking, fishing, photography, swimming, horseback riding and much more; you’ll find lots to make vacation storybooking faster and easier.

Taking a slightly different direction, this month we also offer a huge collection from Sweet Shoppe’s Shawna Clingerman called “I Can.” With elements and word art that work for heroic efforts like sports victories, weight loss or many endeavors that require determination and will power; use this collection to celebrate a wide range of special accomplishments.

For a feminine counterpoint to the Dad collections, check out “Sweet Caroline” by Eva Kipler of the Sweet Shoppe. This pink, orange and gold collection is full of the whimsical art you need to make a card that says “I love you,” or a page that celebrates your sister, mother or daughter. This month we’re also offering “Joy Without Measure” from Sekada Designs from our French art provider Digital Crea. Designed to be a matching companion to last month’s “Away From You,” “Joy Without Measure” is from the same designer, in the same palette; doubling the usefulness of both collections.

What You Need, When You Need It

As the seasons change and important gift-giving occasions inch closer, Studio’s art offerings constantly grow to meet your needs. Depend on your Club HM membership to provide the new art you want, in time for the projects you plan to make.

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