Thursday, July 15, 2010

Stamping

I love stamping.  I think it adds something special to a project.  I have tons of stamps, but do I use them often?  No.  It scares me to think that I might mess up my project by stamping incorrectly, which has happened before.  I know, you're not surprised at this fact.  I am hoping that these new lovlies will get me over my stamping fear.  First up?  A little something from Cosmo and Unity:

Aren't they the cutest?  Check out Cosmo Cricket's blog for more info.

I have to say, I am in LOOOOOOOOVE with this next set:


I have been a huge fan of Papertry Ink for quite some time.  I think they rock their stamps like nobody's business.  You can check out Nicole's blog for some amazing inspiration. 


I could not be more excited about this:
Seriously, Jenni Bowlin ink and mist?  Nothing makes me happier.  The full release can be found on the Ranger site.  I can't wait to see these in person.

Any stamping tips you could share?  I could obviously use them, LOL!

6 comments:

Linda Barber July 15, 2010 at 7:09 PM  

Great picks, Amy! I'm totally diggin' the PaperTreyInk's school themed stamps. That ruler is too awesome to pass up. But like you, I tend to shy away from stamping too! Same reason why.

{VICKI} July 16, 2010 at 9:55 AM  

LOVE the cosmo set!

Meghann July 16, 2010 at 1:40 PM  

Amy, if you're nervous about stamping, you should start out with clear stamps & acrylic blocks first. You can see exactly where the stamp will be placed, which takes the guesswork out of rubber stamping!

吳婷婷 July 17, 2010 at 2:06 AM  

Quality is better than quantity.............................................................

Vicky July 17, 2010 at 11:35 AM  

Wonderful stamp sets! Can I have one of each :) Now there's one technique I haven't tried yet...ink and mist (like you, "I might mess up my project). Some day...

文郭ss華賴ss添卉顏俊s任 July 19, 2010 at 11:30 AM  

唯有學習不已的老師,才能認真的教,唯有燃燒自己,才能點亮他人的燈............................................................

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