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    Master Detective – A Halloween take on Sherlock Holmes

    Filed under Back in Stock, Giveaways, Halloween, Newsletters, Sale

    Before we look at this fun new paper collection, plus a bunch of Halloween-themed items back in stock, here’s a reminder about the sale and FREE kit, both ending tomorrow!

    Continuing from Thursday and ENDS MONDAY night:
    Progressive Mermaid FREE Gift Kit!

    Buy more get more (FREE): all orders will receive a chipboard mirror or parasol (dealer’s choice). If you spend $20 you’ll get both items. If you spend $40 you’ll also get a baggie of the new Pink Mermaid Sequin Mix! (A few sequins from the mix are over on the far left of the photo at left… with the new, etched chipboard mirror). Both of the mermaid “props” are shown with the 2 mermaids in the Mermaid Paper Doll Kit and Articulated Mermaid Paper Doll.

    1, 2 or all 3 items are FREE with All Orders through Monday, June 12th!

    Also continuing from Thursday:
    EVERYTHING in the Paint, Pens & Colorants section is on sale for 35% off (and a few in there that are on clearance are 50% off)!

    The sale also ends MONDAY night, June 12th!

    A few have sold out and we’re down to an even 100 to choose from! Like the Liquid Pearls – Jewel Colors Set and Lindys Stamp Gang Starburst Sprays – Mermaid Seashells Set shown.

    See all the Paint, Pens & Colorants.
     

    I know… about time for a Halloween-ish paper set from Graphic45! I love many things about this new collection: the Sherlock Holmes meets Halloween theme (in general), the skeletons and spiders/spider webs sprinkle throughout, the color palette (really love that), Victorian clothing and images, and books!

    This collection includes 8 double-sided papers, 12×12 and 8×8 paper pads, a 12×12 Patterns & Solids pad (new 16-page size), coordinating chipboard, cardstock tags & pockets, journaling & ephemera cards, and decorative cardstock stickers. See a few of the choices below or see them all.
     

    Hooray for the Master Detective with Extras Giveaway!

    Oh… let’s start this off right; one each of ALL EIGHT Scrapbook Papers from the Master Detective Collection! That one shown at right is called Whodunnit and the snippet below (with the beautiful William Morris floral print) is from the Beautiful Mystery sheet.

    A yard of Stitched Satin Pumpkins Ribbon – hey, that is on clearance — 50% off! Plus there are TONS of ribbons in the solid ribbons & patterned ribbons sections on clearance!

    An Oval Metal Tea Tray! I love all the fancy details on this little tea tray — and it’s one of 14 metal minis just put on clearance… if you catch this link before more sale items get added, you can see them all together.

    BONUS: I’m including the Mini Cream & Sugar Set in that photo!

    To enter the Master Detective with Extras Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY OR TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, MONDAY, June 12, 2017)!

    AND tell me: What will you make with the Scrapbook Papers from the Master Detective Collection?

    Don’t forget to leave your (hello! correct) email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

    Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

    After midnight, I’ll randomly pick the winner (via Random.org). So check your mailbox on Thursday morning to see who won and for the next Giveaway and Newsletter!

    Hey, who won the Mermaid Dressing Table Giveaway from Thursday’s newsletter? That would be Margaret D! Congrats! Check your email for info.

      
    Posted by Leslie, June 11th, 2017


    38 Responses to “Master Detective – A Halloween take on Sherlock Holmes”

    1. Jacqualine Says:

      Love this G45 collection. I want to make a detective-style junk journal and/or mini album.

    2. Kim R Says:

      I have a blank board to make a board game. Would love to make a Master Dective Clue type game.

    3. francine perri Says:

      I love all of these items. I would make a diorama with everything Thank you!!!

    4. Kimberly Says:

      …Use in a scrap book or as backgrounds for my mixed media paintings

    5. Vera Collier Says:

      We have a few October birthdays in our family, si I would do cards and also want to use the Master Detective collection for some altered tags for Halloween decorations.

    6. Jean Marmo Says:

      Loving the Master Detective Collection! I think it would be perfect for a fun layout!

    7. Barb macaskill Says:

      I have been dying to get my hands on this awesome paper collection! I am planning on creating my own board game using it, I haven’t got it completely planned out on rules and such but I want to make a special game just for my three grandchildren and the to play together!
      I think I would use the sugar and creamer as game pieces along with the ring of keys, the Verdi Gris skulls and a few more of the mini metal pieces that are now on clearance!
      Thanks for the chance to get started on my dream of creating a special game sooner than later! Fingers crossed 🤞! TFS!

    8. Ina Good Says:

      I love g45 and this new collection…I spy a Halloween crime scene with Sherlock in the process of trying to solve who dunnit?

    9. Judy Roberts Says:

      My son loves collecting books (some 1st edition), I am going to use this collection and make him some type of journal, etc. to list all his books in and those to come.. I think this is the perfect paper for that..

    10. Noreen Says:

      I love this Master Detective collection! I think it would be fun to make a board game using it, and to make a matching game box. Thanks for the chance to win it!

    11. Marie Weddle Says:

      Would love to do a Sherlock Holmes library with the book box, and some of the collage sheets with the tiny book covers!

    12. Kat Cashwell Says:

      It would be fun to make a mystery museum !! Love these papers!!

    13. Lou Anne Says:

      I’d make a mystery master detective shadow box with these goodies.

    14. Denise Bryant Says:

      Love the G45 papers! I’d make a mini album with them!

    15. Lorna E Says:

      I love Sherlock Holmes! And Halloween! I have loads of creepy, steampunky tidbits to play with so I think I’d have to make Sherlock’s study with his evidence everywhere – murder theory wall style.

      Also, I love the great ideas everyone’s coming up with.

    16. Catharine Says:

      Yessssss indeedy it is the dasterdly deeds paper that allows my heart strings to zing. I would make tiny fold up notes that include a squashed candy corn. I would leave these at my co-workers desks.

    17. Rebecca Says:

      I would make a fairytale mystery scene! Thank You! :)

    18. Maria B Says:

      Everyone’s ideas are so clever! I would make cards to send to friends who need cheering up.

    19. Kim Lucak Says:

      This is awesome, LOVE it!!! We love mysteries – Sherlock Holmes and Nancy Drew, the tea set is adorable!!! There are so many ideas floating in my head :)

    20. Laura c Lomax Says:

      What a grand mystery collection. May find clues on how to win the give away.

    21. Kathlene Ford-Walters Says:

      Halloween is my favorite holiday and I love Sherlock Holmes. Probably would make cards and possibly a small journl.

    22. Carolyn Says:

      I have to see all of the papers up close, then I will know what I will make. Perhaps an album for Halloween pictures, or make a box for cards, with a layered cover.

    23. Jen R Says:

      I would love to make a chunky book with these papers!

    24. Jo Says:

      These are beautiful designs! I might make a sort of tarot deck!

    25. Barbj Says:

      I would make a yearly journal with these papers as an october page with many more parts will make a full year journal

    26. Kitty T Says:

      I’ve been so excited about this collection! I love everything skulls and bones, so I’m thinking of making a ‘who done it’ train scene.

    27. Carolyn Bowlby Says:

      Lead me to the mystery. I would love to solve a crime with all these goodies.

    28. Traci Says:

      Love the new G45 line-it would make a great who done it shadow box or a Sherlock Holmes library. >^..^<

    29. Janet T Says:

      I would love to make a collage box to hide secrets in.

    30. Jessica Says:

      I’d do a Haunted Holmes scene.

    31. Rhonda Sihocky Says:

      I would make a room box library.

    32. Mary Mac Says:

      I would use an extra shadow box I have and use the papers and tea set for a Sherlock Holmes study.

    33. Michelle Says:

      I love this, I would make a murder mystery scene.

    34. Jennifer Bumb Says:

      I would love to make a CLUE game combined with a mini album. I think i would be so unique.

    35. Jennie Ingram Says:

      I’d love to do an altered tin, filled with cards on all the ‘suspects’.

    36. Nancy E Says:

      What fun to put Sherlock in a Halloween setting! The chase is a foot, Watson!!

    37. K Toews Says:

      it would be fun to make a murder mystery using a disney character with sherlock holmes

    38. Abbee Says:

      Sherlock Homes combined with the Clue game with addition of more Halloween steampunk altered art