Stamping Sensation

Hi everyone! Kim here to share with you today a few lovely creations using the CD stamps in the kits. Everyone finds so many creative ways to use the kit stamps! There quite yummy every month and so much fun to play around with!

Lisa used the little tree stamps and stamped them on to one of her children’s old school shirts using Prima Chalk Inks! How clever! I could see using this idea to create all sorts of keepsakes for kids and family memories!

 

I love how Anna covered the wood veneer piece with the wood grain lines stamp! This was an awesome technique and gives the embellishment some extra depth, also backed with that contrasting blue makes it just pop off the page!

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Mandy Kay made the cutest little cards using some of her stamps.  I love the little repeated circles one! They look just like candy!  There’s just so much you can do with them!

 

 

On one of my layouts I used the little cross stitch stamp to create a flower embellishment by adding just a little doodles around the edges. There are lots of ways to make the stamps work for you and add a little bit of personality to your projects.

 

Fancy layout

 

I hope you pull out those stamps and start stamping away! Even if you’re new to stamping you get the hang of it very quickly!  And plus it’s very addictive so soon you’ll be stamping on everything!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Take care!

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5 Comments

  1. SuzMannecke

    Love all of the practical and fun uses for these stamp sets. They are some of my favorite (I think perhaps even my favorite) CD stamps to date! 🙂

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  2. marylouh

    The cards are great. Loved the peppermint candy card (that’s what I thought of when I saw the card). The hanging circle is pretty too. thanks for sharing.

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  3. Carla Hundley

    Bunch of cute cards.
    Love the colors used.
    Carla from Utah

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  4. Marti Richards

    Love how the stamps can be used in so many ways!

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