This is my first post as part of the Sweet Stamp Shop design team! I'm so excited to work with some talented ladies and super cute stamps while being on this team. Today is also RELEASE DAY! There are 5 brand new stamp sets that are available for purchase right now! When you visit the Sweet Stamp blog make sure to leave a comment to let them know RACHEL SENT YOU :) There could be some prizes involved if you do that ;)
Now I have a few samples to share that I created with the new September stamps...
This adorable set is called "Cheese Please" and I fell in love with these mice! I made a truly 'cheesy' card with these cuties. Paper is from DCWV Quince Stack, Shimmer Stack, and the new White Embossed stack. I colored the images with Copic markers, fussy cut, and added to the circle card.
I really wanted to turn that cheese wheel into something different, so this birthday card features a fun strawberry and chocolate cake, straight from the chef himself :)
Next I have a card and some tags using the new "Coffee Town" stamp set...
The color scheme of this card is supposed to represent my favorite coffee shop - Starbucks, of course :) I colored the stamps with Prismacolor Pencils and blended with Gamsol. I added some light splatters of Color Shine mists in 'Seafoam' and 'Bronze' and also added some Aged Mahogany distress Stickles. The white panel is matted onto this great houndstooth cork from DCWV "Printed Cork" stack.
I really loved the cute teacups, as most teacups immediately remind me of Disneyland... and you can't go wrong with Disneyland! I created these small tags and attached them to tea bags. I thought this would make a great welcoming gift for guests staying in your home.
The tea cups are colored with Prismacolor Pencils and I added a few mist splatters in Color Shine "Blush" and "Coral".
There is a lot more inspiration to be had over at the Sweet Stamp Shop Blog so head right on over! While you're there, make sure to leave a comment letting them know Rachel sent you!
Tomorrow I have two more Sweet cards to share, and a very special blog post to go with them. See you back soon!