email us at email@example.com, Becca, and give us your U.S. mailing address and let us know if you’d prefer a wood mounted stamp or a Cling Rubber stamp. The choice is yours! Congratulations!! Hopefully this great stamp will help you plan for the big game!
You can see the cling rubber version, and lots of samples by clicking the picture below! Yay, Becca!!
AND BY THE WAY…
We haven’t heard from our August 28 winner of our Andy Skinner Birds and Bones set –
Our newest product line at Stampendous features gorgeous 8″ X 8″ stamps with fantastic designs for backgrounds on every kind of project. Cards, scrapbook pages, home decor, decorative painting, mixed media, all of these can use our beautiful Decor Cling stamps to great advantage. There’s even a brand new handle for them which has all sorts of possibilities on its own! We love them! Have a look at this wonderful product!
We’re pretty excited about sharing our wonderful projects with you this week! We’ve got some extra projects from some amazing decorative painters to share as well. Let’s start by looking at what our Design Team is sharing today:
We love our terrific trees here at Stampendous! On MONDAY we took a look at Christmas Trees. Today let’s take a look at the Halloween and Fall side of things! Trees are so great for every season! The team has more Christmas trees for you at the bottom of this post. The wood stamps below are also available in Cling Rubber!
Some Autumn Options:
Of course we have a beautiful array of Fall/Tree/Leaf Stencils as well! You can check them all out HERE.
And, naturally, those darling mice from House-Mouse Designs® are hanging out in the trees as well!
Let’s see what our Design Team has for us today! Trees!!
We have a winner! Congratulations Shari who commented on Katy Leitch’s blog post for day 16! Email your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line, “31 Days of Halloween Winner Week 4”.
Send a wreath card in the mail for a housewarming welcome, hang a garland of seasonal wreaths in the entryway to welcome visitors and add table decorations for that special dinner party. There are endless possibilities with this set and we have a few projects tips to get you started.
This fall foliage wreath has a wonderful dimension with pinecones that are inked lightly on the scales to create texture and depth.
Add a few glittery ornaments on a wreath using the smallest circle die in the set.
Each leaf shape works for any season by simply changing up the color of cardstock or using pattern paper and add dimension by gently bending the leaf shapes so they pop off the wreath base.
We have more inspiration today from our design team. Stop on by their blog posts to get more ideas with the Build A Wreath Cutting Die Set.
We can’t wait to see what you make too! Share them on social media like on your Facebook wall or in our Facebook Group, Instagram, Flickr or any other social media channels you use. You can find our favorite channels up in the sidebar of our blog. Just add our name, Stampendous, in your title or description so we can find you!
We are circling up a new theme this week with inspiration from a popular decoration this time of year. Fran Seiford created an innovative die cut set to create darling wreaths any way you like and for any holiday!
The new Build A Wreath Cutting Die Set has a variety of wreath sizes with leaf shapes, berries and a darling bow to build up layers of detail on cards, scrapbook pages, tags, and home decor plus so much more! Fran shares some creative ways to build up a wreath with this set, plus fun accents for any project.
We are excited to see what the design team builds up this week with this set and all throughout the holiday season! Stop over to today’s designer’s blogs and start gathering ideas with our Build A Wreath Cutting Die Set.
We made it to All Hallow’s Eve, one more time around the crafty cauldron of Halloween inspiration! We dusted off our project coffin and have some eerie treasures for today, we hope you all have a fun, safe celebration with a few spooky treats!
We dusted off our project coffin and have some eerie treasures for today, let’s take a look at four projects old and new!
Lea Fritts’ project is haunting us with a character skeleton and a happy greeting! What a frightful and fun card! Next is an amazingly colored owl card by Wendy Price, those eyes they are fantastic!
Laura Drahozal is spooking us toward the Haunted Mansion with that foggy sky and old worn look of her image!
These spiders are entranced by Skeleton Lady on Asia King’s card, a popular image that never loses its level of eerie vibes.
And the last inspiration for today is a peek before you hop on over to see the full project.
Thank you all for such a FANtastic month of participation in our 31 Days of Halloween. We sure have enjoyed your comments, liking our projects and sharing what you love about Halloween. Now here is more inspiration from the Wicked Bloggers who have posted all month long on their blogs!
The last of our weekly prize package is Pumpkin Cat Cling Rubber Stamp and Framed Witch Metal Stencil. To be eligible to win this prize package, comment here on our blog posts this week and that of our designer’s blogs peeked as well. We’d like to know how far our spooky posts have reached so let us know where you live in your comment too. See our Official Contest Rules for details. The winner will be announced on Monday, October 31, 2016.
Have you been commenting on all of our 31 Days of Halloween posts? Good news! Those count towards our grand prize package! The grand prize winner will be announced on November 1st.