December Release Stamps!

December Release Stamps!

Welcome back! This week I am so excited to be able to show you the new stamps that are available in store this month! There were FOUR new girls added to the "When I Grow Up" collection, as well as two fun stamp sets and two new City Sidewalk Snowglobes. So, let's not waste time... on to the stamps! 

  

Here are the four new "WHEN I GROW UP" stamps. Theres a firefighter, military, police, and pilot in the group. Since aviation and miltary life are both close to my family, these stamps stood out to me. I get to see and talk to strong, capable women in uniform quite often, and its wonderful that my kiddos get to see those role models, as well. These stamps have some wonderful, inspirational quotes along with them, but I chose to add a die cut that reads, "thanks", so that these could be notes of appreciation that could be given to any service person you might know or meet!

There are also these two new cities in the CITY SIDEWALK COLLECTION, Orlando and Phoenix. I love how the cities in this collection is growing! How fun to collect the cities that you have traveled to or live in! 

This next stamp set, ABSTRACT ART, has a bunch of fun images that you can use to add some fun shapes to your projects. I noticed this stamp set has a drip image and a few rings that looked like coffee mug rings, so I paired it with the COZY COFFEE set to create some coffee ATCs. 

The last set, GRUNGE SHAPES, has a bunch of shapes that also look like they could be tags or frames. I used one of these stamps to create a sentiment on these steampunk ATCs. Just stamped in EMBOSSING INK, embossed in PENNY EMBOSSING POWDER, and then added the words on the inside. 

Thanks so much for stopping by to see the new releases today! I had a blast stamping out these images and creating with them. I know you will, too! 

Until next time, 
Marie Nicole

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