Wednesday, January 14, 2015

A new stamp set and Wetlands!

I've had a busy day today.  My garden club met for lunch and we went over the activities for our Girl Scout Gardening Event we hold every year, a quick trip to the chiropractor this morning and some time making lists and organizing a hospitality suite I'm in charge of on Saturday.  In case you were wondering, my husband ate ALL of those very dry chicken breasts from Monday - gross!  I have a workshop tonight so I'm getting in a quick post.

We have a new photopolymer stamp set I wanted to share today - Better Than E-Mail.  I thought this was super cute and have it on my must have list.

Better Than E-Mail Photopolymer Stamp Set 
Better Than E-Mail Photopolymer Stamp Set140463
This great new Angel Policy set is just what you need to help you in your business. Recommended clear block sizes are A, B, D, G (not included in the set).

Our photopolymer stamps offer a versatile all-clear stamping option. You'll find that our photopolymer is top-quality and gives a perfectly stamped image every time. The stamps stick amazingly well to our clear blocks and are easy to place just where you want them. And best of all, you get to enjoy tons of images for a great price!

Set Quantity: 12

The project I wanted to share today is from CrEW Stamper Rita Daugherty.  It uses the Wetlands stamp set.  

Rita used a Vanilla and Black color scheme with a little Crushed Curry sponging around the goose.  The DSP on the top part of the card is retired from last year, but wouldn't this be pretty with the feather print DSP in the Back to Black DSP pack with a black and white color scheme.  Sue a quick, simple and beautiful card.  
Supplies used:
Wetlands Stamp set
Black StazOn ink, Crushed Curry ink
retired DSP, Very Vanilla and Basic Black card stock
Circle Collection Framelits Dies

Wetlands Clear Stamp Set126697
Things are getting marshy in here! These wetland clear mount images are perfect for watercoloring and you'll love the all-purpose greetings also included. Set Quantity: 6. First appeared in 2014-2015 Annual Catalog.

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