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In this video, Bonnie Thurber talks about Stampin' Up!'s clear-mount rubber stamps and why you'll absolutely love them! (not all products shown are available in all markets)
Loads of Love stamp set by Stampin' Up! (116386) is a great set to have, you can use this for Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Christmas and with the Loads of Love Accessories set (116384) you will be able to load up other seasonal occasions. Don't forget to check out the Stamp-a-ma-jig (101049) by Stampin' Up! this tool helps place the accessories at the back of the truck perfectly.
For a fun card for teenage boys "Just Jawing" stamp set from Stampin' Up! was great to use. I stamped another set of eyes and placed 3D foam then I stamped a couple of stars and added blue glitter. (This stamp set has retired).
I am loving this background stamp from Stampin' Up! - Medallion (1191175). I used the kissing technique were you ink one stamp in a light colour (Pretty In Pink) onto Medallion background then with the Chocolate Chip ink pad being the darker colour, you ink another stamp- Baroque Motifs (116340) also from Stampin' Up! Put both stamps together so they are kissing. With the larger stamp apply this to Whisper white card stock and as you can see both stamps transferred onto the card stock, giving you an amazing image.
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