Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Product Spotlight - Snag 'em Stamps

So, have you been enjoying the stamped projects that our Design Team has been sharing with you lately? We certainly hope so.
Even if you only stamp a little bit these stamps are affordable, easy & fun to use.

Today we have designers Diana and Ilene sharing projects with us.


Diana Fisher

Why gift those goodies in plain bags?! Use stamps to customize treat bags for the little ones (or big ones) that love a great treat (or trick!). Make your Halloween a little sweeter with the Monster Mash collection and Snag 'em stamps.

Supplies: Imaginisce Monster Mash pattern paper, Snag 'em stamps; ribbon; Cameo machine and cut file; card stock; gel pens; Copics

Ilene Tell

It was a lot of fun using the "flower trio" stamp from the Sole Sisters collection right on the LO - stamping directly on the finished page gave the results a slightly messy, artsy look, which went perfectly with the ink splatters. I didn't leave as much to chance as it might look, though - since the stamps come with a little clear sheet of the actual image, you can use that sheet to decide exactly where you want the image to go. Before stamping right on the layout, test first on a scrap piece of paper. This way, you can be sure that the image comes out exactly as you want it, while still looking somewhat unplanned :)

Supplies: Paper: Imaginisce (Sole Sisters), Stamps: Snag 'Em Stamps (Sole Sisters: flower trio + jounraling spot), Stamping Block: Inkadinkado, Ink: Memento, Tools: I-Rock + Hot Rocks, Other Tools: Sewing Machine, Doily: Punky Sprouts, Foam Letters: American Crafts, Sticker Letters: October Afternoon, Marker: Sharpie, Color Spray: Maya Road, Other: lace trim, cardstock.


Thanks ladies.
These were fabulous projects and we hope that you've been inspired to do a bit of stamping on your next project!



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