Laurel Burch Images by Stampendous

Introducing Laurel Burch

 

We’re celebrating our newest stamp license, Laurel Burch, all week this week. Be sure to check out Monday’s post HERE, if you missed it. We’re really excited to share our projects with you, and we can’t wait to see what you make using these fun, exciting stamp images.

Laurel Burch Flutterbye Stamp
Laurel Burch Flutterbye Stamp – card by Fran Seiford

Artist Laurel Burch began her creative journey at a very young age. First known for her signature jewelry designs, she eventually developed her own unique style of folk art painting. She celebrated our connection to the Earth and all living things with bright, vibrant colors and images of cats, dogs, jungle creatures, international women and so much more. We’ve captured her look in a collection of two large Cling Rubber stamp sets with coordinating Die Sets, two Perfectly Clear Stamps Sets, and 14 individual images available in both Cling Rubber and Wood Mounted styles. You can explore the whole collection, along with all our sample projects on our website HERE.

Laurel Burch Carlotta's Garden
Laurel Burch Carlotta’s Garden – card by Fran Seiford

 

Our Design Team have also been exploring these great images and have posted some wonderful samples on their blogs. Here’s who is playing today –

Janelle Stollfus

Pam Bray

Louise Healy

Dee Adams

Jamie Martin

 

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8 thoughts on “Laurel Burch Images by Stampendous

  1. Hi,
    I am not a “stamping” type of person, (hmmm, why do I have all these stamps, eh?) but a big fan of Laurel Burch, so yeah, I bought them. So now I’m trying to see how to use them. I look at all these blog hops with people’s creations on making their cards and such. But since I’m clueless, I, the newbie in this arena, would love to see a time lapse DIY video on making one of these cards…..so I’ll ask the question first, “Does anyone have this DIY video on the Laurel Burch stamped cards?”

    Thanks y’all!

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