Tuesday, March 27, 2012

1 product 2 ways

Today we'd like to share with you several different ways in which you can use our Snag'em Stamps. They are so versatile and sometimes we just forget how easy & simple they are to use!

Abby used the Circle Frame Snag 'em Stamp from out Bon Voyage collection.

Project #1
"I was needing a small gift box that was a bit on the masculine side so I decided to create this box and topped it with a bow/flower made from the circle frame stamp, then added an extra large I-top brad with burlap."

Supplies: Imaginisce (Bon Voyage papers & Snag 'em Stamp (Frame circle), i-top tool, extra large brad daddie, i-magicut ribbon cutter); Gold & Navy ribbon, raw box

Project #2
I also used the circle frame stamp as an accent to my card - rather than using it as a sentiment/journaling spot.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Bon Voyage paper, Snag'em Stamp (circle frame), Sticker Stackers, die-cuts); twine, tiny alphabets, cardstock

Diana used the Hibiscus Snag 'em Stamp from the Makin' Waves collection.
Project #1:
"I used the Hibiscus Snag 'em Stamp from the Makin Waves collection for my 2Ways projects. For the first card, I stamped the stamp as a pattern on a white card and then heat embossed with white embossing powder. Using distressed inks, I then applied the burnt orange coloring to the background, making a bold pattern for the card."

Supplies: Imaginisce (Snag 'em Stamp (Hibiscus from Makin' Waves collection), Happy Harvest paper); distressing ink, white embossing powder, button, kraft cardstock, ribbon, 'hello' sentiment stamp

Project #2:
For the second card, I punched a hole in the card to place the colored-in, singled out flower from the stamp. Remember, you don't always have to use the whole stamp. Singling outportions of a stamp can add a neat effect to any project. The clouds add dimension to the all-white card front, allowing for focus on the sentiment and flower.
Supplies: Imaginisce (Snag 'em stamp: Hibiscus from Makin' Waves collection), Fiskars Cloud punch, Nestabilities oval die, copic markers, rub-on sentiment, seam binding ribbon

The possibilities for using our Snag 'em Stamps is truly endless and we hope that you've been inspired to use them after seeing some of these ideas and beautiful projects today.


Regina Mangum said...

SOOOO gorgeous and inspiring. Love you both!

rlovew said...

Awesome ways to use stamps in different ways and to get more value out of 1 stamp.

Tami B. said...

Great post and wonderful projects.

Guiseppa said...

Oh my rocked this one! I love all of the projects...very creative!

JAVAGIRL said...

Makes me want to go buy them and use them creative at its best

sharon g said...

What a great look.

Romy said...

Gosh, these stamps are so cute and you used them in such innovative ways! Thank you for the inspiration!

NinaN said...

I love seeing ideas for the snag em stamps! I have a bit of a collection of them....

Debbie Garcia said...

Lots of inspirations and so fun Very cute.. I would love to find these stamps to try.

Shellye said...

I'm wowed! Love your projects, ladies...just fabulous!

Court said...

Ridiculously great inspiration on using Snag Em Ups! LOVE it!


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