I mentioned before that I had a lot of fun playing with the In the City Host stamp set. You can stamp for hours, cut out the shapes, rearrange them, and create just about any layout that you want. On this card, I tried to create something a little different. Is it in the city, or in the country? You decide.
When stamping the trees, I didn’t want them all in a row, so I did a little bit of masking so that I could crowd them around the house. It doesn’t look like a forest, because that would involve stamping oodles of trees, but it’s enough that the house doesn’t look like it’s bare and lonely.
Remember… the In the City stamp set is a Host set, so it’s not available for order unless you have made a $200 purchase (before shipping/tax) or we have a $200 workshop order. If you’re interested in the set, let me know and we talk about how to make this happen.
So, what did I use?
If you would like to spend some of your vacation time stamping (and shopping), don’t forget that my Online Shop is always open, so you can shop at any time to have any of the above items shipped directly to your door. Remember that if your order is over $50, add the August Host Code K9G6YHU4 and I will send you 10 complimentary Project Helper Guides at the end of the month.
Did you earn any Bonus Coupons in July? Add them to any order in August to save on your stamping supplies.
Good morning stampers! I have two Sale-a-Bration items to show you this morning…