These stamps are made of very high quality photopolymer stamps, in the U.S.A. You’ve got 11 stamps in total: 8 hexagon stamps that you can mix and match – all align together perfectly; as well as 3 journaling stamps: ‘Today’ ‘This Day’ and ‘Everyday’.
The stamps are great for scrapbooking layouts as well as for cards or any paper crafting projects. Use them to create cute backgrounds or as stand alone accents.
The mix of outline and negative space stamps opens the door to a ton of techniques too.
Another thing I really love about these stamps is that the shape is so simple that ‘fussy cutting’ isn’t fussy it all. Six snips and you have a perfect stamped die-cut.
Check out this video introduction:
Here is a closer look at the card I made on video:
Here are some more cards I made, using Everyday Hexagons:
And Now To The Blog Hop
These cards were sent to the extremely talented and extremely generous Monika, Lisa and Alexandra who are participating in this very special blog hop.
Make sure you head over to each of their blogs [Monika, Lisa and Alexandra] for a fabulous eye candy and more chances to win this stamp set!
Did I say more? Yes, I did!
I am also giving away an Everyday Hexagons stamp set, here, on Creativity Prompt! Yay!!!
For a chance to win a set of Everyday Hexagone clear stamp, check out this Rafflecopter quick and easy form. You have until Sunday, September 30th to enter, as many times as you can
I will announce the winner here on Monday!
Note, that quantities of the first release, before the next shipment arrives (in a month or so, due to clear stamp manufacturing interruption), are very limited. So the first to purchase this awesome stamp set will be the first in line to get it. If you will have already purchased a stamp set and win the giveaway – you will receive a full refund!
[Fonts: Erika Ormig, Marketing Script; Digital Kits: KD Frame Essentials 1, KD Digi Essentials (masking tape), KD For The Boy (background paper), KD Fly Boy (paper airplane), KD Stamp Alphas 1 – all by Karla Dudley.]
Today is National Scrapbooking Day and to jump start the day some creative bloggers and I have gathered together in a special blog hop.
Each of us is sharing a layout with her interpretation to the subject – “Cross Country Road Trip”.
Go on and browse all the blogs to see their amazing layouts, to leave some loving and appreciative words behind and to participate in the drawings (On the table there are a copy of my e-book Unleashing The Creative Child Within You and My Mind’s Eye LUSH minibook with papers and who knows, you may hop and find some more goodies in your way)…
We invite you to join us and create a layout (all paper, all digital, or hybrid) about a trip to anywhere in the 50 United States [or anywhere else if you’ve never been to the States] and to submit a direct link to your wonderful layout on Rosann’s blog by May 15th at 11:59pm EST for a chance to win the goodies.
If you are new to my blog, make sure to pick up some of the FREE printables I am giving away each Friday. I’m sure you’d love yesterday’s woodgrain journaling labels!
Blog Hop Order
Rosann => Submit your layout here for a chance to win!
[Fonts: Bagad, Calibri; Digital Kits: Write It Down Negative Strips & Spring Time Basics by Shimelle Laine, Rhonna Botanical Swirls (brushes) by House of 3]
In celebration of spring and the seasonable new release of Shimelle’s digital kits on Two Peas In A Bucket, the Baker’s Dozen have arranged a blog hop for you to admire the fabulous new kits and the work of the talented girls I am very happy to work with…
Spring is here, the weather is LOVELY, the flowers are in full bloom – but not at my place. I am ashamed to admit that I have killed spring at home.
How is it possible? I have no idea. But no plant had lived long enough to tell the story…
My journaling reads:
Despite my best intentions, I have killed my plants again. It started with the flowers and moved on to the unsuspecting basil. From there it went on to the lavender who suffered gravely and eventually gave up and welted. Looking at all the beautiful photos of people’s blooming gardens I am all envy. Spring has not sprung here as I have managed to kill spring. No flower or plant is blooming.
After you’ve seen spring’s antithesis in my layout, go on to Karen‘s amazing layout, where spring has definitely sprung….
In case you’ve lost your way on the layouts’ trail, here is the complete list:
This year you can really make your dream come true!
“Capture Your Dream” workshop is a self-paced, six weeks long workshop, that will walk you through a journey of capturing your biggest dream and making it come true.
In the process of making your dream happen – with lots of inspiration and guided self-exploration, you will also create a mixed media mini album from scratch and learn many tips and techniques – including some photography pointers that will add character to your photos and will help you take better pictures of your projects.
The workshop includes 30 printable PDF lessons with step-by-step pictures and instructions as well as several printable templates you may use in other projects too.
I am confident you will enjoy it and find it helpful so I also offer full money back guarantee while the workshop lasts.