Exploring the Majestic Sea


We are sailing through our hop with Graphic 45 Papers and their Voyage Beneath the Sea Paper Collection with some fantastic projects from the design team. If you missed our first post on Monday, jump back to see all those great projects too.

Today we take a peek at the new Sailboat Cling Stamps Set and coordinating dies that include great images for beautiful water horizons scenes or combine them with the images from Mermaid Friends Cling Stamps Set for some fishy fun projects. The free stencil that is included in the Stamp Set package adds a fun element with its stylized waves pattern to larger areas of a project or as a subtle background to the waves stamp in the set. So many great possibilities.

Stampendous Sailboat Cling Rubber Stamps and Die Sets
CRS5089 Sailboat Cling Rubber Stamp Set and DCS5089 Sailboat Die Set


You’ll want to put your diving gear on to swim through our blog hop posts this week commenting at each stop you make. We have a bundle of sea goodies in three (3) prize packages for randomly selected commenters during the hop. Each comment is your entry for a chance at one of the prize packages.  See Official Contest Rules for details. Deadline to comment is Sunday night, April 17th.

Three winners will receive a prize package with one of our new matching sea theme stamp and die sets (Seashells, Sailboat and Mermaid Friends), Ocean Wisdom Perfectly Clear Stamp Set PLUS a sample of papers from the Graphic 45 Papers Voyage Beneath the Sea Collection.

Time to set sail towards these designer’s blog and see their fantastic projects.

Wendy Price

Pam Hornschu

Jamie Martin

Kristine Reynolds

27 thoughts on “Exploring the Majestic Sea

  1. Love the sailboats but even thinking about being on one and rocking in
    the breeze makes me a little queasy. I’m not a water rat – though I
    wish I was, they have so much fun.
    Great release.


  2. Another fun day on the seas with you girls, love the new sea themed stamps and of course your cute mice 🙂 I love that the stamp sets have the matching dies too !


  3. I was born and raised in Miami. This week is really making me homesick for the good old days. Loving all the inspiration and new things I am learning.


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