Backgrounds Made Easy

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Our newest additions to our Decor Cling Rubber Stamp family are here with two new 6″ X6″ designs for the holidays. You’ll love these easy to use, dynamic backgrounds and the amazing inspiration we have to share with you this week. Each of these stamps is a full 6″ X 6″ to cover most surfaces with ease. Grab the matching acrylic handle for super convenience.

The elegant Poinsettia Collage is a gorgeous stamp perfect for creating a variety of Christmas greetings with very little effort.

6CR010 Poinsettia Collage Cling Rubber Stamp
6CR010 Poinsettia Collage Cling Rubber Stamp

The Winter Blizzard is a dynamic snowflake background with a twist. The largest snowflake pops out to be used separately as desired!

6CR009 Winter Blizzard Cling Rubber Stamp
6CR009 Winter Blizzard Cling Rubber Stamp

Would you like to win these great stamps and an acrylic handle? Ok, here’s what to do – you’ll get one entry for each of these things:

Watch Fran’s video about these great stamps on YouTube and leave us a comment there. It’s posted below.
Comment here on our blog.
Comment on the blogs of our Designers posted below.
Share our post on Facebook

We’ll draw a winner on Sunday, July 29th and give three people one each of these two stamps plus a handle.  We’ll announce the winners next week. You must have a US mailing address to win. But we’d love comments from everyone.

Here’s Fran’s video:

And inspiration from our Design Team using these and our earlier 6X6 and 8X8 stamps: (hurry back on Thursday for more fun with these great stamps!)

Jamie Martin

Kathi Rerek


17 thoughts on “Backgrounds Made Easy

  1. Gosh, I love them both. The HOT weather is making me long for Christmas 🙂 I would love to make some Christmas wrapping with these.


  2. What a clever thing! I’m partial to snowflakes and can think of lots of uses for this beautiful stamp. And the Christmas image background has beautiful artwork. I would be thrilled to get these.


  3. Oh my! I am even more in love with Fran’s 6×6 Stamps! I must add these to my others! They are amazing, and so are your designers. Thanks for the fantastic video!


  4. Absolutely lovely. So many possibilities with these background stamps. art journal, cards, wrapping paper… so much more.. heh Thanks so much for sharing. Putting these on my list. 💗 💗 💗


  5. WOW sums it up, I just watched the video from Fran, that Snowflake stamp blew my mind, it is so cool and UNIQUE how you can “pop” that snowflake out and use it alone or use it as part of the big stamp, that was the coolest thing I have ever seen. I just adore 6×6 and 8×8 stamps. The Poinsettia stamp was my favorite, i just adore Poinsettia’s at Christmas and any time, i love coloring them and using them on cards, that stamp was stunning. They knocked it out of the park on these stamps. Off to check the designers websites. Thank you.


  6. Wow, 6×6 is such a great size! And these could easily stand on their own with just an added sentiment to the snowflake. It would be hard to choose between these beauties.


  7. These are FABULOUS!! I LOVE snowflakes. Haven’t seen many in South Central Texas, but I do love them. ha-ha


  8. Both are so beautiful and could use the snowflake for my recent trip to the German Christmas Markets to make a layout using it as the background for my pics!!! Would make 100+ Christmas cards with both though!! Gorgeous work!


  9. Great idea to cover the “wood” with the sealant so you can
    clean up any mistakes easily. The frames were beautiful.
    Love the stamps that can be changed up as needed.
    thanks for sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com


    • Shared on Facebook. Watched the video (great tips) and commented.
      thanks. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com. Illinois


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