Thursday, May 31, 2007

Stamps from The Stamping Studio

A few months ago, I mentioned attending a stamping convention. I saw lots of neat stamps and new tools, etc., but nothing really said "Buy me, Buy me!" Then, I rounded the corner and saw the booth, The Stampin Studio. Now, they had some very unique stamps that were calling my name. One of their employees had taken pictures at various sites and then the studio made them into rubber stamps. So cool! They recommended stamping the images onto glossy cardstock or vellum using Stazon Black ink. Then, you can add color to the images using chalks or pastels. Alot of the stamps were pictures taken of special places in Georgia-Stone Mt., a church on St. Mary's Island and several lakes. I have used 2 of the floral stamps and made quick cards with them. I am keeping the others to use for Father's Day stamps. Be sure to take a look at the other images you can purchase.

1 comment:

Amy said...

Those are so cool. I enjoyed looking at them at The Stamping Studio. I'm glad you told me what they recommended to you at the convention or I would have wondered what to do with them! These may need to go on my "wish list"! Thanks for sharing your great cards!