Hi Everyone, and welcome to to Day 2 of our Summer Product Release!

If you are just joining us, CLICK HERE to start at Day 1 of our Sweet Peek Week.

We hope you’ll join us over the next 4 days as the SugarPea Designers and I share Sweet Peeks for the 13 NEW products that will be available for purchase starting this Friday, June 16th at 6PM EST in the SPD Store.

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We promise that each day will be full of inspiration, and as always, you’ll have a shot at winning one of our FIVE GIVEAWAYS!  All you need to do is leave a comment for your chance to win.

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Today, We’re introducing FOUR new products.

**Please note that links to our store for these new products will not go LIVE until 6PM EST on June 16th.**

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Introducing: SugarCut – Lantern &  Camping Icons

Our SugarCut – Lantern die features embossed lines and dazzling detailed pieces giving you the ability to create a charming vintage lantern. Create scenes inside the lantern with stamped images, die cuts or fill it with sequins for a fun shaker card design. The versatility of this die lends itself to everyday cards and projects, but it’s also perfect for creating beautiful winter and Christmas crafts as well.

 

 

SugarCut – Camping Icons will bring a fun and stylish look to all of your camping themed projects.  We think you will agree that the layered pieces provide a charming detail that will make this die set a favorite.

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Who’s ready for a road trip? The lure of the open road and the comforts of home come together with the introduction of, RV There Yet. This 4×4 stamp set includes whimsical accent images perfect for decorating your little home away from home, as well as an assortment of sentiments for multiple occasions.

Place an order* of $60 or more (excluding discounts and shipping) and you will receive RV There Yet?, FREE!  

*This Sweet Incentive promotion begins Friday, June 16th at 6PM EST and runs through midnight July 16th, 2017. This promotion will not be applied to any orders placed prior to or after the end of said promotion time.  It is not necessary to add the Sweet Incentive promotional item to your cart or enter a coupon code, it will be automatically included on all qualifying orders! Click HERE for more details.

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SugarCut – RV There Yet? is a coordinating 7 piece die set to our RV There Yet stamp set (sold separately). Use them together to create quick and professional looking packaging and accents.

This sweet SugarCut – Lantern die may be my favorite die EVER!  The ways you could use this die are truly endless! You’re only limited by your imagination!!

 

To create this 3-D project, I started out creating a box using the SugarCut – Popcorn Treat Box and cutting off one of the sides. Before placing the lantern die in the box opening, I added a sheet of patterned paper from Happy Camper that features a mountain scene to the inside of the box.

Next, I created a little campsite scene with the both the SugarCut – TreeScape and Camping Icons die sets and covered it with a sheet of acetate. I then added a battery operated LED tea-light inside the box. Super cute, right?!?!

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Would you like to win the RV There Yet? stamp set?  Leave a comment telling us about a memorable road trip you have taken. It’s that easy! You have all week to comment! Winners will be announced on Monday, June 19th.

Blog-Hop-GreenOur team has some amazing and creative inspiration for you using the products featured here today. You can visit each of our designers blogs below for details on their projects.  And while you’re there be sure to leave a sweet comment for them, giving you an extra entry to win today’s giveaway prize.

Thanks so much for joining us for our 2nd day of sneak peeks!

Don’t forget to leave a comment here on this blog for your chance to win. We’d love to hear what you think about all of the products that we are showcased today.

See you back here tomorrow for more !!

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140 thoughts on “Summer 2017 Product Release: Day 2

  1. Mindy Eggen

    fantastic work and these are just awesome! Most memorable ..? that’s easy! we went to MN for the zoo and when we left to go home … we got lost! We tried using our navigation app but every exit was under road construction. What should have taken 1 1/2 hrs to get home … took 3!! It was a nightmare but we are able to laugh about it now.

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  2. Karen B.

    Oh my goodness, that lantern is absolutely amazing! I remember traveling to see Mt. Rushmore as a teenager, such a long trip but such beautiful sights!

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  3. Michele F

    Wendy this is so fantastic … I’m loving the release – now this darling box you’ve created!
    To date, our most memorable road trip was 2400 miles, in a Civic with outrageous road-snacks, singing away, all the way to Seattle, WA where I met amy Tsuruta, and Kimberly Wiener – yes I did!!! I’m sure there was stuff in between – but do I remember?
    We’re nearly ready to head out again – and I wonder whose path we might cross this time?
    =]

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  4. Cate S

    The RV set is too cute! Our family takes a road trip each year. This year it was from our home in MA to VA. We rented a house that had nesting bald eagles on the property and it was so cool to watch them!!!

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  5. Joyce

    When I was dating my husband we decided we needed to road trip to the beach in the perk of summer, we drove all day to get to Ocean City, then discovered there wasn’t a room to be had! We still laugh about it!

    Love this camping fun set, so cute!

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  6. Sue LD

    Love these camping stamps and dies. Cool lantern! Most memorable trip was to Florida for my grandmother’s funeral with a pop up camper and 4 small boys.

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  7. Emily Shroom

    These are so stinking cute! Best road trip was as a kid, got to stay up late playing cards with my parents and see some of our beautiful country here in Australia. Thanks for the chance at winning (c:

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  8. Julene

    Love all the goodies today! We road tripped all the time when the kids were little but not to camp just to get to our destination. Anywhere from 10 to 17 hours in one day…lots of memories there for sure!

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  9. cindy yost

    Always remember taking my Girl Scout Troop camping many times. Loved helping those city girls experience all that nature has to share. Wolf Spiders, insect bites, hidden snakes are funny now. Not then. EEW. Best of times with the girls discovering something they had never seen or done before. Love these new products.

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  10. Heidi

    That lantern is awesome! My most memorable trip was a 3 day hike we did in Norway: it was tough and we didn’t knew on day 2 if we were going to make it in three days, but we did, we saw like three people in three days, we were so pround of ourselves and Norway’s nature is so gorgeous, it was an awesome trip!

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  11. Jo Ann Danchik

    I am crazy about the camper and the lantern, but the lantern is a showstopper! I already have lots of fun ideas for it. I love our road trip throughout several states in the Southwest. We did the Petrified Forest, The Painted Desert, The Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, hiked different canyons, and visited lots of Indian Reservations and old forts.. It was a fun filled two weeks!

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  12. Traci Runkle

    Love these new sets. My favorite memory is only an hour away but it was one of my favorite childhood camping places.

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  13. Jennifer

    Oh my goodness! Day two is just as good as day 1! My favorite memory is when the boys want to sleep in the vehicle and leave me to drive to the lake and wake up and ask where we are only to find out I missed my turn 45 minutes back!

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  14. Crafty Math Chick

    I LOVE that you included a wee pup & kitten in the set! And that campfire lantern die is SO COOL! How original! Most memorable road trip – our move from Las Vegas to Montgomery AL – my car died on the way there, hubby almost died when it did, had to stay in NM until a transport could pick it up, had to toss everything that was in the trunk they said they had to transport it empty after 9-11 and there wasn’t room in our other car, had friends put us up in the middle of the night with like no notice in OK… We are lucky to have both survived that one….

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  15. Michele K. Henderson

    I LOVE these cute little campers and tents! Adorable! Our most memorable road trip was the quick scoot across the Mojave desert from Las Vegas to the Los Angeles airport! We were married in Vegas the day before and didn’t get into our fancy bridal suite until about 4am! We showered, packed, and hit the road just as the sun was starting to come up. All the casinos were light pink and blue and the desert was beautiful! I had never seen it before! All the cacti and tumbleweed was so pretty! We made it to the airport on time and made our flight for our honeymoon in Tahiti. I will never forget the colors of the desert that day!

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  16. Hannah Rubenstahl

    This set is SO cute, and I LOVE the incentive program!!!!

    My family takes a lot of road trips, but my favorite is probably the one we took two weeks ago. We flew into Las Vegas to show my 5 year old the Belagio fountains, drive and saw the Hoover Dam, then drive to Williams, AZ. From Williams we ventured to the Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater, and Winslow (where we sang Eagles songs all day). Then we drove down the Pheonix where we had a family reunion. It was an epic event!

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  17. Amy Cooley

    Trips with my parents while growing up were always interesting. My mom wasn’t the best with directions and my dad always thought he was an expert. So, it made for tense moments!

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  18. Lisa A creations

    A memorable road trip I took was almost 10 years ago when I went from New Jersey to Ohio. Next week I will be doing my longest road trip ever. From Florida all the way to New York. I’m sure it will be memorable. So excited!

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  19. Mary-Anne V.

    My kids and hubby love to camp…Im a cabin sort of girl. But these prducts are so fun. That lantern die …wow!

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  20. Amy M

    We just spent 3 days driving to see my family! I haven’t driven this route since I left home 17 years ago – it was great to get to take our son on this road trip to see his grandparents!

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  21. Tara Lanzo

    I cannot wait to play with the new lantern! I’m already putting a Christmas card plan together!!! Friday can’t come soon enough!!

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  22. Cynthia O.

    Fun new products for Summer! Love the “RV there yet” and matching dies!! I guess my most memorable road trip was taking the bus from Missouri to Tacoma, WA with my grandma to visit family. Yes, she had never flown and so we had to go by bus. To this day I can smell the bus fumes!! But great time with family.

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  23. Karen Brig

    That Lantern die is absolutely the cutest thing ever! We traveled across the United States in a camper when I was about 12 years old. We saw amazing sights and our dog ran back and forth over our legs in our pickup camper the entire time.

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  24. Sharla Laursen

    Wendy, your lantern project is amazing!! I loved the trip I took with both my adult kids to Disneyland a couple years ago, it was just the three of us and we had a blast!

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  25. Mary Nielson

    My granddaughter and her dad go hiking, etc often, so I think this set would make a delightful scrapbook page and card. Very cute!

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  26. Tosha

    On our 25th wedding anniversary we took a trip west with the only destination point being Pikes Peak on our wedding date. No reservations, no plans just driving where the heart lead us. We Found some amazing places to stay even though most reported no room in the inn, until we showed up on the door step. We camped out by lakes, tented in the woods and stayed in some lovely places like the AF Academy . It was a blast!
    I simply adore your lantern die, nothing like it elsewhere.

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  27. Mary Holshouser

    I love that lantern die.
    We spent a lot of years camping and
    always had a lantern glowing in the
    evening.
    The camper reminds me of the
    first camper we had – many years
    ago.
    thanks for a fun hop.

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  28. Laurie U

    How totally cute! We own an RV and camp all the time. But every year we go for a week. The camp site becomes our home base for adventures and road trips throughout the week. Most memorable has to be the time we stayed close to Mt.St. Helens and explored the volcano site.

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  29. Kat

    After summer school finished I went to Baltimore to visit friends. It was one of the best road trips I have ever taken. Ended up extending my trip because I didn’t want to go home. I love the Lantern die!!!

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  30. Katie Brooks

    These are all fun and amazing products and creations! My fave road trips were always to go south to Cali to visit family. We would stop in the redwoods and castroville (artichoke capital of the world) for some fried arti hearts. Mmm.

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  31. Arianna Barbara

    Oh my!!! This Lantern die it’s amazing!!! Love so much all these new products!!!
    My memorable road trip was last summer when my boyfriend and I went to Sardinia It was one of the best road trips I have ever taken because we rode by motorbike. We loved the beautiful feeling of freedom!!!

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  32. Leanne in Cali

    Loving all of the camping items! We’ve had many memorable trips with our trailer–the kids love to talk about going to the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Yellowstone, Bryce and Zion. All memorable for their own reasons. Loving this release!!

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  33. Donna Tidrow

    Oh my goodness, the possibilities. i love them all. My family and many of my friends all love to go camping. My mom tells me we were camping as soon as i could be safe in the play pen. by that time i could also walk so all they had to do was watch where i was going. which they would be doing where ever we were. So it was/is with the children and the grandchildren. That could make cards, ornaments, decor. the list goes on and on. The oldest grandson in 21 and still talks about his first camping trip with grandma and papa.

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  34. Lisa Gay

    Last year I took a four day trip with some girlfriends to the upper peninsula in Michigan. We collected rocks on the beach and then made pictures with them. We had such a good trip!

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  35. Lillian K

    Love that caravan stamp set! The lantern would also be great for Christmas cards and wintery themes 🙂

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  36. Maaike Uijthoven

    my most memorable road trip i did in 1999, on a train actually as I didn;t have my drivers licens then, I went all across the UK, from Ipswhich where the ferry from the Netherlands boarded and then up and down the whole country, all the way up to Edingburgh and Glasgow…I travelled to see a band on tour and lots of fun, trains do not run like clockwork, esp on Sunday that wasn;t a good day to travel 😉

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  37. Julia D.

    How stinkin’ cute are these new products?! And the DT is doing a great job showcasing them. My best road trip was one I took by myself from Iowa to Florida. It was relaxing and I got to see part of the country I was unfamiliar with. And Disney with my brother and his family was at the other end! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  38. Maria D.

    Oh I have a couple but I have to say that going to Niagara Falls sure it is at the top of the list next to going to Tennessee. We took our dog (who is no longer with us) to Tennessee and I am so glad we did. She was a great traveler!!!

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  39. Karen Gerek

    I’ve never purchased from Sugar Pea Designs, but I will be on Friday! I’m in LOVE with the lantern die! Can’t wait to order it and play, play, play once it arrives.

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  40. Lindar C

    There are so many wonderful cards from the design team. I have a soft spot for the lantern die. As a child, every summer my family would go camping and we used a Coleman lantern, I still have it, it brings back so many happy memories.

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  41. Denise Ward

    These new products are INCREDIBLE! They bring back so many memories of camping as a kid with my family! Thanks for the smiles, SugarPea!!

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  42. LisaJ

    Oh my gosh, the lantern die and the stamp set are fabulous, I love these!!

    I don’t think I can pick out just one road trip. As a kid I went on tons with my family, and my husband and I have crossed the country several times with our kid on military moves, plus we made our final move driving from WA state to Alaska. If I’m going to go recent I’ll pick our trips on the Denali Road Lottery the last few years. It’s an amazing drive all the way into the park and the scenery and wildlife always leaves me breathless.

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  43. Christine Melnyk

    A memorable road trip is definitely driving and camping in the Black Hills. It was amazing and so much fun.

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  44. Billie A

    Oh my gosh. The camping dies and stamps are awesome and so creative. Love it. We don’t travel much but in a month we are taking a trip from Washington State to Montana.. Will be a fun trip. Sure glad our 2 four legged babies are easy travelers.

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  45. Denise Bryant

    Love the lantern and all the camping gear! Awesome new products… can’t wait!
    I went on a Yosemite camping trip with my family when I was about 9 years old! That was so fun, and lots of great memories!

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  46. Lorna C

    That lantern is stunning!! My most memorable road trip would probably be my trip up to the Scottish Highlands with my mum, the scenery was breathtaking!!

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  47. Laura

    Wow, more amazing dies and stamps!!! The most memorable road trip moment I can think of right now is when we went out west to Yellowstone with our puppy. The bison were inches from our car with our lab was nodding in and out of sleep. My husband and I were praying he stayed sleeping so the bison didn’t take us out.

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  48. Carla Hundley

    How adorable these new
    items are! Love the icons
    and the RV There Yet
    set and the lantern is so
    neat looking! I want
    them all.
    Carla from Utah

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  49. Becca Yahrling

    OMG that lantern is AWE-mazing and fun!!
    What a cute release of product today (and I’m not
    a camping kind of girl). lol Hubby & I went on a 10 hour
    driving tour starting in Reno, NV (I have a friend who lives
    there) on down the California coast. It was amazing! We live
    on the East Florida coast … and how polar opposite their
    coast line is to ours.

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  50. D.Ann C

    The lantern is genius… love the fab projects with it!! The wiener dog with the wieners made me laugh!! In the 70s we too a tent and toured most of the national parks west of the Mississip… Amazing memories of beautiful, beautiful scenes and the funny (now) misfortunes of camping will stuck with us for a lifetime!

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  51. Michele Slater

    I love the lantern. We go backpack camping in Ludington Mi a few times every summer since I can remember. The kids always complain about the walk until we get to the camping spot on Lake Michigan.

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  52. Shelly

    Oh my word…sooo super cute!!
    I remember going on several road trips when I was younger, though can’t narrow it down to which was the most memorable. They all had the up and down moments. 😉

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  53. Hamilton

    Love the camping/RV there yet! It reminds me of renting a camper and taking my 3 nephews on a trip up to the San Juan Islands here in Washington. Spending time with them in such a beautiful place was magical. Can’t wait to send them handmade cards with these stamps and dies.

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  54. Ann miller

    What adorable set. We road trip every summer growing up to my grandparents home in NJ. We live in Illinois. Most rememberble was the lonely time my dad drove out with us. He usually stay home when we went out east,and flow out for one of the weekends ehile we were there, we usually stay for 3 weeks. He rented a camper that atta her to the back of our wagon. We got to camp out a camp site that also had a hotel on the property. So with six kids half got to camp and half stay in the hotel. It was a great time since it was the only time he came and we camp out on our trip.

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  55. Deb B

    Love this set. My most memorable road trip was last summer. In the 70’s I worked on a mountain top fire lookout tower during the summers. I haven’t returned to that area of Montana since I left there in 1976. Last year I had to opportunity load up the RV and head that direction. I burst into tears when I saw the old sign pointing the direction to the lookout. The tower itself is no longer there but I made the trek up the mountain to stand at the top where it used to be. Such great memories and an unforgettable trip to mark another thing off my bucket list.

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  56. JuLie L

    The lantern die is amazing! Can’t wait to have it!

    One of the most memorable road trips I have taken is a trip to Virginia (from FL) in a cramped car with a 5-year old who refused to wear shoes. Needless to say, it was a “stinky” trip, but that made it even more memorable! We talk about it now and just laugh. Good memories!

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  57. Maggie B

    OH. EM. GEEEE. Wendy!!! This lantern has to be THE best thing I’ve seen in SUCH a long time!! Not only is the die amazing, but I can’t get over the wonderfully creative scene you’re sharing with us. Simply fantastic. I can’t wait to see what you’ve got coming for the rest of the week!! ~HUGS~
    #kindnessmatters

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  58. Debbie M

    Love the lantern die! The most memorable camping trip I ever took was one we took with our grandsons. None of us was too experienced with camping and it started to rain in the middle of the night and they started to slide out of their tents. It turned out good though because we all spend the night together in ours and had lots of fun.

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  59. Ellen Mangione

    I love all the camping themed stamps and dies. As a child, our family camped just about every weekend. I have such wonderful memories of our trips. Once we were camping at Gatlinburg,Tennessee and a bear came into our campsite and ravaged our cooler for food. My mom was ready to cut us out of the back of our tent camper with my brother’s pen knife that wouldn’t cut butter. Another time we were camping in Ohio and a family a skunks made a nightly walk through our campsite. Another trip we were going back to the Smoky Mountains with a group of camping families. Our camper was sideswiped and completely tore off the side of the camper. So for the rest of the trip, we had 5 adults sleeping in a 15 foot camper and my brother and another guy had to sleep in the back of a station wagon. All were special trips because of the people we shared them with.

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  60. Pat Pursell

    I love the lantern die set. I’ve been tent camping for almost 60 years but my most memorable trip involved flying from CT to Seattle, renting an RV, and taking two weeks to drive to Fairbanks, Alaska, then down to Anchorage. We saw so many incredible sights along the way that I will never forget and then cruised back to Vancouver.

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  61. Stacey f

    My boys dirt bike, so every other Sunday, we drive 2 hours to get to the track, they race all day, then we turn around and come home. On the way there, we are pumped, excited, bonding, singing, laughing. On the way home we are starving, exhausted, and covered in dirt, sweat, and sometimes sunburn! We have done this for the past 6 summers. It’s a lot of work, and there has been a few broken bones, but no one in the family would change a thing!

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  62. Janet Christensen

    Amazing lantern! My most memorable roadtrip was a church canoe trip when I was in hs 40 years ago–one one the guys on the trip is now my husband of 36 years.

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  63. Susi

    That lantern looks so amazing & fun! My most memorable was definitely a trip up White Mountain – to be in the clouds was simply A-MAZING!

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  64. Amy Young

    Love these cute new camping goodies! My most memorable road trip was when my grandparents took me and my sibs to the Puget Sound and we camped by the ocean and saw whales breaching out in the sound.

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  65. jessicak

    Memorable road trip and last time doing a road trip without some kind of GPS was the road trip to Pinacles for a camp out. So many wrong turns and the realization that a short cut is not always a short cut. But we got there before dark and the trip home was sooooo much shorter! 🙂

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  66. LC

    Such fun and unique sets! My most memorable road trip was a last minute one where we packed a bag with no real destination in mind and set out on an adventure.

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  67. Nitasha G.

    Love, love, love these two releases!!! My most memorable road trips are the times we’ve driven to Florida! Love the laughs and amazing family memories!!!

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  68. Lisa

    We love camping – one of our favorite road trips was out to Yellowstone with our 2 boys. The land is so beautiful. Seeing a buffalo walk down the street towards our car was so crazy! My boys loved it!

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  69. Carla Hundley

    We were riding our Harley
    Trike, traveling up Logan
    Canyon in Utah when the
    truck in front of us stopped
    and made a u-turn in our
    lane! Husband slammed on
    the brakes and I slammed
    into him. He got the motorcycle
    stopped and the truck just
    kept going. If we had been
    on a two wheel motorcycle,
    we would have gone down!
    That was memorable.
    Carla from Utah

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  70. Karen Gerek

    My most memorable road trip was when the family (five of us) drove to Yosemite. Our son had his learning permit, so did a lot of driving (good experience still the ENTIRE family was in the vehicle). We stopped at a bear park, which was incredible. We made so many memories and tried a ton of new things as a family. It was such a GREAT trip.

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  71. Jeanne Carver

    My family took yearly trips from Utah to Kentucky to visit my Dad’s family. Each year was a 1600 mile adventure. Now, my husband and I take little day trips to out of the way places that are all memorable in their own way.

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  72. Keti's Projects

    Totally love this camping themed stamps and dies. Thanks for sharing your beautiful goodies with us and all your gorjuss projects. Can’t wait to see these in the store. Hugs, Keti

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  73. Marcy Naples

    LOVE this set! Reminds me of my most memorable road trip in 2002. My Mom had just went through two years of chemo and radiation for a type of lung cancer that they thought she would not survive from. I promised if she fought it that I would take her out west anywhere she wanted to go. In June of 2002, she said she wanted an adventure. We packed up, her & my father, my husband and then three year old son. Taking a month off from work, we headed to places like New Mexico, Arizona, Utah & Wyoming. We stayed where we wanted and for as long as we liked. No cares in the world other than living for family and the thrill of the adventure. This has been the greatest road trip I have EVER been on…wanderlust!

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  74. Christy Frank

    Love this collection! I love driving along Hwy 1 on the California coast. The views are awe inspiring. Camping on the coast is a wonderful way to recharge!!

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  75. Becky Teegarden

    LOVE this lantern. I saw it on Facebook and just had to come and find it! Then I see the rest of the set, and I am floored. What a great set. I love camping. Nothing is better than a meal cooked over an open fire. I guess one of my most memorable camping experiences was in West Yellowstone. We pulled up the the campgrounds and asked for a site with a tree. The lady looked at us like we were nuts. We did get a tree by our site. It was this little bitty thing and the only one in the whole campgrounds. Later she came by and asked us how we liked our tree. We all had to just laugh.

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  76. Debbie Selby

    This project is fantastic. The most memorable road trip is our Grand Canyon/Zion National Park trip home from Phoenix to Calgary.

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  77. Emma Hubert

    These are super cute! So many happy camping memories – from bathing my 6 month old in a tub on a picnic table to watching that same kid use his Scout experience to light an awesome campfire 13 years later!

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  78. Cindy Close

    I had never traveled anywhere when I met my husband. He took me to Washington and Oregon and said he spent the whole two weeks watching me oooh and aaah over places I’d never been before. We’ve been traveling since then and every trip is as good as the first one.

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  79. Gracie

    Love, love, love the lantern! The most memorable road trip (and we have taken plenty) is not because of the wonderful time but because we took my sister who brought her bestie. Big mistake. Huge mistake. We were miserable. She was clueless. We were never so happy to drop someone off at home. Her last comment was “I had so much fun – we are going to have to do this again!” NOT. I threatened my sister with her life…

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  80. Carisa

    We always took road trips when I was a kid. My mom is afraid of heights so whenever we crossed the Smokey Mountains it was quite entertaining as she would make us put pillows in the windows on the side of the drop off so she couldn’t see it. hahaaha I love the theme of this entire release! Great job!

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  81. Carrie Bryant

    WOW! I love your new release. Perfect for camping. My husband and I are empty nesters and love a good road trip. We live in SoCal but love to camp in the Eastern Sierra Mountains and NorCal. We have the best time towing our trailer and taking our time stopping at Antique shops and sightseeing. We just love being together and enjoying the sights. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  82. Gilda (McStamper)

    Love that adorable camper. As a child (many years ago) my family took lots of road trips. One very memorable one was to Hot Springs, Arkansas to see my father’s birthplace. We did find it and my Dad was so happy. Gee, I had a wonderful childhood. So thankful for my parents and still miss them so much.

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  83. Janelle

    We went camping last year with our two dogs. When it was time to leave we were loading the car up and clearing the campsite and somehow our one dog, Carly, got into the driver seat. After sitting a bit she jumped her paws on the steering wheel and started honking the horn at us. 😆 Needless to say we laughed. She doesn’t particularly like camping, which made it even funnier. “Hurry up I wanna get outta here and go home”

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  84. Amy Jolly

    So cute! Would love this for my camping scrapbooking stuff 🙂 Any road trip over half an hour is memorable with my kids…they are not travelers!!

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  85. Charity Chamberlain

    Fabulous products and creations featured today! I have so many road trip and camping stories I could tell as they all have been pretty memorable but my most favorite trip was when we had a tournament to go to so we had a van full of teenagers (I was a teenager at the time too however I was the only girl. So all the boys as you can imagine were rowdy. They were farting, pulling pranks, and so much more. This next part is funny but a little inappropriate so I apologize! Well my dad had enough of the farting as it was hours of it so he stopped at the gas station and bought plugs. He told all the boys he was going to take those plugs and stick them you can figure out where if they didn’t stop farting, lol! Then in top of that we managed to miss many exits to end up at ones with tolls. But one particular exit we someone how kept ending back at 4 times to be exact so my ended up paying almost $20 in tolls. Which in the 80’s was a crazy amount. Sorry for such a long story but that is actually pretty short being I didn’t include everything that happened, lol!

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  86. Angela W

    First, the new lantern die is amazing! It’s so clever and I love seeing products that haven’t been repeated by other companies over and over! I remember taking a road trip to Texas from Illinois in our green station wagon after kindergarten when I was little. We went to visit neighbors who had moved there. We put the back seats down and I laid in the back looking out the windows. It makes me sad kids always have to do something these days in the car and never just look at the sky, the clouds and the other surroundings when they’re riding!

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  87. Margery C

    My younger son loved dinosaurs so we drove from California to Faith, South Dakota to see “Sue” the T-Rex where she was found.

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  88. Jessica Monte

    I love this little camper. I knownibwoupd have fun with this set. I most memorable trip as a lid was going to My great grandmother house for the summer. I loved staying with her on the farm.

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  89. Shari L Dancer-Thomas

    Just last month, first outing in our new travel trailer-I ran right into the awing arm moving fast to get out of the rain! lol I am sure I will have more pleasant memories in the future!

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  90. Deepti Aggarwal

    Amazing release..love the lantern die so much and gorgeous camping stamp..great inspiration.. There are so many road trips we have taken but my fav was which we took 2 years back from Manchester UK to Scotland..

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  91. Sharon Gullikson

    I’ve taken so many! I have been camping almost since birth and LOVE IT!!! The most memorable was our wedding/honeymoon. We didn’t have money for either, and my husband was taking summer classes so it was hard to get away. We took several days, drove up the coast of California, got married in the Big Sur campground along the creek, had hot dogs with the pastor and his family for a reception, and spent the day together before my husband had to do some homework. Even though it was short, inexpensive, and my husband had to do a lot of homework, it was great!

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  92. Tracy

    Love the lantern die, my most memorable road trip was with a couple of college friends when we drove from WI to NC to interview for jobs, and then made a trip to the NC coast. It was a fun time.

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  93. Diane Kaufman

    LOVE this new release! My favorite road trip was with my sister and niece – we drove to Nashville to celebrate my 50th birthday. Lots of memories with music & laughter!

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  94. Sheila

    A few years ago I took my youngest son on a road trip from our rural home in southern Saskatchewan to Richmond BC to visit our “far away”
    family. The best partof our trip was watching him take in the beauty and the excitement of seeing the Rocky Mountains and the ocean for the first time. We even convinced grandma and grandpa to go Ziplineing on Grouse Mountain. Fabulous time for everyone!!

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  95. Kelly Santi

    Oh my, you are making my heart smile with this new release! As my daughters say, I can’t even! That very saying is hanging on my dining room wall ~ Not all who wander are lost 🙂 One of my favorite road trips … I’d have to say is when we drove as newlyweds, before kids showed up, to Helen, Georgia to see the Alpine village. I was missing my childhood hometown in Germany so much, my husband found that tiny village on a map and booked us a log cabin in the middle of nowhere! It was so romantic, deer grazing, fire place, gazing at the stars, hiking ♥

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  96. Von Marie Design

    What a fantastic camping stamp and die set. I really love the scene you created in the lantern. A memorable road trip is going to Lake Tahoe. We always have a great time!!

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  97. Andrea Shell

    Ooh, these dies are fabulous! Love the incentive set, too! A few years ago, we drove up to Wisconsin. It was the first time I’d been through Illinois and Iowa and visited Wisconsin. Gorgeous country!

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  98. Michelle Bala

    Wow!!!!
    This totally knocked my socks off!!! I have loved seeing the projects on instagram!!!! Amazing lantern dies and RV stamps!!!! Soooo cool!!!

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  99. Sandi Pressley

    One of my most memorable road trips wias when we came to Florida with my son and grandsons who were 3 and 7, The 3 year old was watching a movie on his tablet with the headphones turned way up and kept shouting at us “I Wike It Woud!!!” Fun times! This camping set is adorable and the project you created is stunning. I love that lantern.

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  100. Katherine R

    This lantern is amazing. Really.
    My favorite road trip was driving cross country when my husband and I moved out west.

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  101. Judy Parker

    My most memoriable road trip was when my husband and I took a month off and drove west. We took the beaten path away from the highway….We went to Montana, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Yellowstone Park, and yes we hit Bear Mountain. With a dually truck that was not so smart but the trip was amazing to see our great country..We hope to do it again some day. I still want to see the grand canyon and the red oaks….so much to see

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  102. Lolita D

    I love the camping dies and stamps, they are so cute and I love all the ideas posted for them. Camping most anywhere is fun.

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  103. Beverly Perdue

    The RV there yet is amazing! I love the little dog with the wienies and the cat with the fish — how cute is that! One of the most memorable road trips I can remember is when we went on a family trip to the mountains in North Carolina many years ago. My dad made frequent stops along the road on the way up the mountain for us to gather some mountain rocks. I had quite a collection when we got back home. That sort of reminds me of that movie with Lucy when she got the camper and filled it with rocks! So funny!!

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  104. renee milner

    Today’s release is absolutely fabulous–y’all knocked it out of the park with this one! And I really like the punny “RV There Yet?” 🙂 I’m not much for road trips, but one summer we flew to Michigan, rented a car, and drove almost all the way around the state. And we spent a day on Mackinac Island and rented bicycles and road all around the island. It was fabulous and we were so surprised at how pretty Michigan is!

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  105. Sheri Ballantyne

    We love driving to Disney Workd for our family vacations. It gives us time together to talk and feels like a real escape from the world.

    I love the lantern die set – gorgeous!

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  106. Flo

    Love that you lantern with the scene inside. We drove to the Grand Canyon once and it was like something out of the national lampoon vacation movie, lol.

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  107. Lisa H

    Love the lantern set. Last year my husband and I finally took our honeymoon trip, for our 30th anniversary! We flew to Colorado and then spent 9 days driving around the state, from the mountains to the desert. We loved every minute of the 1200 miles we drove.

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  108. Stef White

    Great stamps and dues, the little BBQ is adorable. My most memorable road trip is one where I drive across the country. Definitely an amazing (and exhausting) experience!

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  109. Kay S

    I love these new releases, especially the lantern die. My most memorable road trip was the longest one we took. We drove with our three girls from northern San Diego county to Niagra Falls on the Canadian side and then all the way back. It took us a month because we stopped along the way visiting relatives in Kansas, Arkansas and Michigan.

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  110. Julissa Padilla

    Love these dies and stamp set. Perfect for letters to our boy at camp.
    My favorite road trip, had some water. I drove out to Lake George with a friend and his dog and we rented a boat and camped on an island of our own. It was simple, but at night, we could hear the coyotes sing as we stared at a clear night sky. Sunsets and sunrises were spectacular and silent. One of the best trips I’ve ever had.

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