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Friday, August 19, 2011

A Perfect Match!

Like Peas and Carrots, PB&J, and cranberries and turkey...this is a perfect match!  I'm so thrilled to be designing coordinating products for Unity Stamps and Spellbinders!  If you haven't heard yet, all of my Spellbinders sets have matching stamp set coordinates.  That can stamp images with my Unity stamps, and cut them out with Spellbinders dies!  How easy is that!

This release also included a new concept that I came up with when designing for both Spellbinders and Unity.  That is my Stacker sets---stamps you can "stack" to get a plethora of creative combinations.  There are two of these sets available through Unity.  Blossom stackers, and Ornate Artisan Stackers.  We are always looking for the perfect background shape for our cards....or interesting journaling block...or gift tag...these sets with their practically endless combos offer just the right look you are going for!

Here's a peek at what kind of combos you can get with the Blossom Stackers...I'll feature combos for the Ornate Artisan stackers in a few weeks.  This should get your juices going for the meantime:

I got to squeeze a little paper play time in this weekend, and it was fun!!!  I concentrated on my stacker sets and coordinating dies.
I wanted to show what can happen if you cut some of the tags and backgrounds in can come up with a whole new shape!  The biggest background in this stamp and coordinating die set has flourishes on either end.  When cut, the flourishes can create a place to tie a ribbon.  That's just what I did with this gate fold card!  
I used paper from my new Blossom Collection for Creative Imaginations.  It's a fun and funky 70's inspired paper line. 
Jennifer Ingle has also been playing with my Unity Stacker Stamps.  I LOVE this card she created!  So feminine,  so very beautiful!  That gauzy flower epitomizes Summer!

Papercrafts Connections blog is featuring my stacker stamps and dies this need to visit them today, to  enter for a chance at winning one of these sets!  You also need to visit Susan Opel's facebook page on Friday...she is also giving a way a few sets! I have a special blog tour that I want you to go on today.   I've seen some wonderful blog posts and demos on these Lesley Langdon's demo with the Blossom's a must see! There is also this project, also by Lesley, using the Ornate Artisan dies. 


  1. I just love the cards. So creative and super duper inspiring. I just love all the different ways you can use this set.

  2. Wow, beautiful cards! I must add this set to my collection!

  3. These are both gorgeous cards!! Love the gatefold one with the brads... so pretty!

  4. Beautiful sample cards!!! And of course, I love the blossom stackers! I can't wait for you to see my faux metal clock with retro mod clocks stamps and dies! I think you'll love it! :) Have a great weekend.


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