We’ll be sharing projects with handmade paper through the 30th. And the Arnold Grummer team is also sharing their creations on their blogs as they’ve been playing with Stampendous products. This group of designers has had so much fun with our products, we hope to continue playing with them in the future!
The Arnold Grummer Team has posted lots of inspiration, if you haven’t clicked on their links yet, be sure to do so and leave comments, to try and win an Arnold Grummer papermaking kit of your own!
Our team is having fun this week, making handmade paper with kits by Arnold Grummer’s. This is a new activity for some of our team members, and getting a little messy has been really, really fun. We also sent papermaking kits to some of our “guest” bloggers we’ve worked with before. We’re super excited to share with you today what Tina Smith from Cards and Coffee Time made! (click on her name or the picture!)
Tina also made a great video showing how much fun she had with handmade paper! Be sure to check it out. Our team will continue sharing through the 30th.
Have you ever made paper? We’d love to hear about your experiences if you have! At Stampendous, we’ve been making handmade paper for decades, and we even used to distribute the wonderful Arnold Grummer’s Papermaking Kit to our retail stores. We reconnected with this great company at the Creativation show this year. They proposed a fun blog hop! We sent Stampendous products to their team, and they provided papermaking kits to ours.
For the next two weeks, we’ve got some great projects to share with you as the teams play with the wonderful products we’ve exchanged.
Today, check out this beautiful creation by Becky Conley. Click on her name, or the picture to learn more about how she made it!
The Arnold Grummer Team has posted lots of inspiration today:
Stay tuned for lots more from this great collaboration! We’re really excited about how our products work together with great handmade papers. Of course there are prizes! Becky has the details over on her blog post today!
Our new January 2019 Catalog is full of great innovation from Fran for making interactive, 3D cards that are simple and fun to create. You loved our WindowRama Die Set, and the next step is the Meadows Edge and Meadow Edgers sets.
We have three lucky winners from blog comments on the Meadows Edge and Meadow Edgers. Thanks for supporting our Design Team with your kind words!! Winners will receive both sets, the Meadows Edge clear stamps and the Meadow Edgers die set! Can’t wait to see what you make!!
For all our contests, only open to U.S. mailing addresses, Official Contest Rules are always Here. And here’s another look at Fran’s great video featuring these products with and without the WindowRama die set as well. A great versatile set!
Winners – be sure to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your U.S. Mailing Address (yes, U. S. territories and military are fine!)
Congratulations, crafters! We know you’ll love these sets!
We’re super excited today because Vicky Papaioannou is stamping with Stampendous. And, of course, it is just WOW! Check out her great video using our new Fucshia Trio Cling Stamps and Cutting Dies here –
You can see the complete supply list for her project in her video description, and the project is featured on her blog here – Clips and Cuts
We know you’ll love these gorgeous flowers, and this project is just gorgeous! We’re always so happy when Vicky shares with Stampendous!
We’re back from Creativation with the winners of our WindowRama blog hop. These three lucky crafters will each receive one of these wonderful cutting die sets for making adorable mini-dioramas that stand up for display or fold flat for mailing.
Contact us at email@example.com with your U.S. mailing address so we can get your new dies right out to you, and you can start making WindowRamas as soon as possible.
Congratulations and we hope to hear from you soon!
One of our newest creations in our January 2019 Catalog is our wonderful new WindowRama Die Set. This set of 5 dies creates charming little diorama cards that fold flat to mail in an envelope and stand up for display.
The set includes the outer, base die which forms the front and back of the card, plus windows that can be combined or used separately to cut out the front of the card for a huge variety of looks. You can also use the windows to make dynamic flat cards and shakers! Fran has recorded a wonderful video to explain the basics of this great die set.
You can see lots of samples using this set on our website by clicking the picture above, and our design team has been playing with the dies all week. Their great samples are listed below. Be sure to leave them some love. We’ll give away three WindowRama Die Sets to lucky commenters on their blogs and ours with U.S. Mailing Addresses! (hint: make sure we know you have a U.S. mailing address) Official contest rules are always HERE.
Hello Everyone, we hope your Holidays were fantastic. We’ve been working hard to launch our new January Catalog (the biggest one of the year) and to get ready for the industry’s biggest trade show Creativation!
But we didn’t forget that we left our penguins in their ugly sweaters waiting on the edge of their icebergs to see who won the contest!
First, the poll for top sweater designer! We’re glad we made you vote, because we could never have chosen just one of these sweaters. The winner, with 25 of the 76 votes (whew) was clear – Diane Williams – Her Take 2 Ugly Sweaters was the champ (we suspect it was the reindeer sweater that did it) – Here’s her original blog post if you want to visit the winner –
We also have three sets of Cool Penguin stamps and dies that will go to U.S. winners that commented on the various blogs from us and the participating designers. Here they are (also email to give us your mailing address!):
And a quick reminder – we dug through a lot of profiles to verify our winners have a U.S. mailing address. Adding at least your country to your blogger/google+/facebook/instagram/flickr/youtube profile, and to your comments, etc., would greatly increase your chances of winning.
Thank you so much for commenting and playing with us. We had a great time. There are still plenty of Winter weeks left in “sweater weather”, and we have lots of Cool Penguins in stock. Of course, it’s never too early to plan your next Christmas card. If you haven’t had enough sweaters, we discovered that Karen Hasheck’s link in our last post was incorrect (although it was correct in the polling area). Go check hers out!
If you made it this far, check out the new January Catalog. You’ll be seeing a lot of it in the coming months. You can click on the picture to view as a flippy book on issuu.com, download as a pdf to your computer, or even print your own in color. You can order a hard copy for yourself on our website – HERE