We have a second stacking stamp set to share that is just as fun to play with as our Woodsy Stack. It may be difficult to decide which one is more fun to stack and maybe a few samples shared will help you understand why.
This fun set comes with 9 image stamps to make many different snowman winter scenes like the card Fran made with the Skier and snowflakes (above), but also a two-stamp sentiment that works well for combining into one or creating an outside and inside sentiment on a the card.
It has been a great week of stacking together good projects don’t you think? Well we have more! Stop by our designer’s blog posts today and those from earlier this week if you haven’t already, for some inspiration with our Stack Clear Stamps Sets.
We are beginning a pile of fun for the week as the weather is changing so must our characters in Woodsy Stack Perfectly Clear Stamp Set! You’ll see inspiration throughout the week from the design team here on our blog as well as a few stacked up creations on their personal blogs. It’s going to be a heap of creativity this week with oodles of character combinations!
These woodsy creatures are adding layers to keep warm and cute in any combination. Take a look out our video with Woodsy Stack in action!
Do you love to stamp for the little ones in your life? Making cards for kids is so fun and so rewarding, they’re always thrilled with a handmade card.
Children in hospitals for long stays don’t always have someone who can make a handmade card for them, that’s where this wonderful charity steps in to help out.
Send a Smile 4 Kids is a volunteer organization made up of folks at children’s hospitals who collect handmade cards and distribute them to the kids. Every kid stuck in a hospital bed could use a smile, right?. Maybe you have some extra cards lying around that you could send?
The current challenge is Animals 4 Kids and Stampendous is a proud sponsor of their Challenge Blog as well. You can find out more here as well as upcoming themes on their blog sidebar.
Check out their web page here and their card guidelines here to make sure that you’re not sending something that won’t work for them.
Then choose a volunteer in your area from their list here and Send a Smile 4 Kids.
We asked our design team to take the challenge and here are some cards our Design Team has made to share a smile with a child! Some posts will be published at different times so be sure to stop by later if they are not available right away.