Friday, 9 January 2015

Lotus Blossom FREE stamp set


Who here likes free craft supplies? Hmmm... quite a few I think. Free stuff is the best, and often because it’s sometimes not the sort of thing you’d normally choose. I always think you can take a bit of a chance with a freebie, because it’s not cost you anything. 

And, as you’ve probably noticed that I don’t make a huge amount of flower projects, I thought I’d break with tradition and get a floral set (I counted once and all but one of my floral stamp sets were freebies!). 

This is Lotus Blossom and you will be seeing lots of it in the next couple of months as it’s proving to be a REALLY popular Sale-a-Bration stamp set. You’ve heard of two-step stamping? This is THREE-step stamping, and it couldn’t be easier because this is a photopolymer stamp set, so you can see exactly where you are stamping. The stamp sheet is even numbered so that you stamp them in the right order. You see, it’s much easier if you start by stamping the darkest image first, working your way to the paler background. 

I’ve combined it here with Hardwood; a match made in heaven, I hope you’ll agree. If you’d like to have fun with this stamp set, you can earn it FREE when you spend £45 before 31st March. Click the images below to go direct to my online shop. And to get the lowdown on Sale-a-Bration, please click the banner at the top of the page. 




3 comments:

  1. Love this! The frame looks thick. Is there more than one layer?

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    1. Hi Michelle
      Thanks for your comment. No it's not a thick frame, just one layer of cardstock. I think what you're seeing is the slight gap between the frame and the Whisper White - I put Dimensionals in between

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