SEI has been a long-time favorite scrapbook line of mine because of their clean lines and great coordinated papers. In the past couple of years, they have expanded their paper line to include many new, bold, innovative papers and embellishments that are really fun to work with.
I’d like to share a few of the latest additions to their product line.
Winnie’s Walls is a new line that SEI introduced in January at the CHA Trade Show in Las Vegas. It offers twelve different patterned papers, all double sided, in beautiful sherbet shades of orange, green and pink. Single sheets of 12X12 paper retail for $0.75 per sheet. They also sell coordinating coaster tags, epoxy stickers, rub-ons, tabs, frames, buttons, velvet paper and letter stickers. These items retail for $2.00 – $3.99 each. You can also buy an assortment pack that includes two sheets of each paper, 1 sheet of velvet flock iron-ons, 2 sheets of alphabet stickers, 1 sheet velvet paper, 1 sheet tags, 1 sheet cardstock frames, tabs, & label stickers, and 1 sheet of cardstock alphabet stickers. This assortment pack retails for $29.99.
The other new line that SEI introduced this year is called Paisley and Petals. It uses colors of brown, yellow, teal and orange to create fun patterned paper and includes all of the coordinating elements such as stickers, rub-ons, and tags. This also offers an assortment pack filled with everything you would need to create many layouts, cards, and other projects. I like that one side of each sheet of paper contains a bold design while the other side of the paper has a less busy design, which provides nice creative options. Here are a couple of my favorite paper designs.
The other new SEI product that I would like to share with you is the fabric tabs. These are sold in sticker sheets with several tabs and stickers on the sheet. They are printed on fabric, so that provides a fun texture. These retail for $3.99 per sheet and they have been made to coordinate with five of their
I hope you enjoy exploring these new SEI products as much as I did!