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Thursday, 31 December 2009

Reasons to Stamp in January


Over on Gingersnaps there are reasons to stamp in January and lots of ideas to get you started. I have contributed with these. The first is Appreciate a Dragon Day and the second names itself with Inspire your heart with art. You can see I have fallen in love with my new Maroon Archival Ink pad. I just can't stop using it. I was very pleased how the heart stamps stamped, particularly the lower one, as the paper is textured and the stamp has very fine detail on it. These two wonderful hearts are by Elusive Images from Graphicus.

8 comments:

Avril Ann said...

Fab Cards, might just hop over and check out these challenge, I have some great stamps that I got from a VERY DEAR friend that need inked...hope you have a Great New Year. Hugs Avril xxx

sam21ski said...

Great cards Laura - glad you're liking your new ink

Happy new year - Sam xxx

Hels said...

Gorgeous art hun...Happy New Year xx

Zoechaos said...

Beautiful cards, can see why you like your new ink pad so much very effective.

Donita K. Paul said...

If you do an Appreciate a Dragon Day card, please consider sending it to my website www.donitakpaul.com to be posted on the AADD gallery. http://donitakpaul.com/fun/aadd/index.html
We like to encourage literacy and participation in AADD does that.

thekathrynwheel said...

Welcome to the Calendar challenge! Delighted to have you on board
:-)
No, we won't be cross if you fail the challenge but that's because WE WON'T LET YOU GIVE UP LOL!!
I have set up a new Flickr group as a place to share calendar art for this challenge. If you're interested the details are on the sidebar on my blog. Good luck! Kate x

kirsticoo said...

Just popped over to say hi and I hope you have fun with the 365 calendar challenge....Happy New Year....x

Shar said...

These are absolutely stunning, Laura! Fantastic!

Happy New Year!

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