(Window – Stampington & Co., Tree – 100 Proof Press, Text – computer generated)
This very cold winter morning I discovered frost on one of my kitchen windows. We don’t usually get frost inside but I cooked a big steamy pot of soup for dinner last night and got condensation on the inside of the window. Then it got down to three degrees last night (hence the soup) and so Jack Frost came to call. So this afternoon I was inspired to make a card showing frost on a window. This simple card took me all afternoon to get right, but I kept fiddling with it until I got it the way I envisioned it.
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(Flowers – Hero Arts, Text – Stamp Oasis)
I was in my local big box craft supply store to purchase a supply I needed for an upcoming eArticle. I actually don’t usually buy a lot from the big craft stores normally; I’d rather support the smaller companies that cater to stampers especially. But I needed the supply and it was two miles down the road. Of course, once I was in the stamp supply aisle, my eyes wandered over to the stretch of stamps they had on display. And I couldn’t help myself. I purchased two sets of acrylic stamps and a cling cushion mounted Hero Arts stamp (the flowers above.) I didn’t exactly NEED these stamps. I have lots and lots (and lots) of stamps. But sometimes you just want something fresh.
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(Snowman Family – Quick Art)
Brrrr! It’s cold outside! Is the cold, ice and snow outside your window showing up in your stamping? After Maryland’s recent snowfall, I took some pictures of the snowy landscape to use as a background for stamped images.
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