Wednesday, September 12, 2012
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!!! Well....not if you look outside. But it is at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps !! Get ready for our HOLIDAY 2012 RELEASE!!!!! We are kicking off the *New* September Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps previews today and first off, we’d like to introduce you to a beautiful new set of Trinkets!!! We are very excited to share with you our….HOLIDAY TRINKETS!!!
These circular sentiment stamps have been created and designed by the totally talented Krafty Girl, Nicole Aspinall!! They are made especially to fit in your 1 3/8ths and 1 ¾ inch punches, for quick and easy cutting!!! This month we are releasing the HOLIDAY Trinkets set which includes EIGHT trinkets in each set with four of each size and they come as both positive and negative images, so you can use your black or brown ink with the positive stamps and use your coloured inks with the negative ones!! You will get the set as a completely unmounted full sheet of deeply etched grey rubber.
A lot of the Krafty Girls are cardmakers and we have found these to be such a quick and easy way to add a sentiment to our creations or to use as the focal point on your cards! They are also perfect for your Smashbook pages and your scrapbook pages, not to mention your altered items and tags!! What a great way to make a bunch of gift tags for all those presents under the tree!! No stamper's stash is complete without them!
Now just you wait 'til you see the awesome samples the Krafty Girls have put together for you....and be sure to comment on each and every stop because one lucky stamper is going to WIN the new HOLIDAY TRINKETS set!!!
Happy Holidays!!! *wink*
And away we go!!!!! Imagine my delight when I discovered that Kraftin Kimmie Trinket stamps fit PERFECTLY inside this Spellbinder Die Fancy Tags 3!!! So tickled!! It took me several tries before I settled on a color choice. I tried distress ink, copic coloring, two tone, all kinds of things and decided that with this paper from MME Lost and Found Christmas I would just keep it simple. I added a bit of stenciled green ink while still in the die and stamped the trinket in a Cat Eye Burgandy.
Other than that, I just stitched around the perimeter, folded the corner over, added a button and twine, and a couple brads. Easy peasy! Now see what the other girls have created!
See you all tomorrow! Kim