Friday, 18 March 2016

Have you tried Stamp Soup? Owl bet you haven't!

If you didn't catch Polkadoodles on Create and Craft today you'll be wondering what I'm talking about! Well there were FOUR yes four brand new releases today and two of them were a brand new stamp collection aptly named Stamp Soup which can be found here and here. If you pop over to Create and Craft TV there maybe some sets still available there but I know stock is VERY limited.

There are also some fabulous CD's which co-ordinate beautifully with the stamps. The CD's are jam packed with the most amazing templates, papers, chalkboard sentiments and flowers but sadly I ran out of time to play with them.

Now these stamps are just so clever, each set lets you create 100s of different stamping combinations of flowers, leaves and embellishments to create unique designs and projects. You can simply stamp petals and leaves to build up flowers and patterns, mask the stamps to create more intricate designs or think completely out of the box and use them for things other than flowers! There are literally hundreds of different ways to use this inventive stamp set, you'll be amazed and addicted once you start!

This is the first of my samples and it's not flowers!!! It's a small family of kooky owls. To create the owls I used the large heart (body and wings), small heart (wings), quirky circle (eyes), smooth cup shape (nest) and stem (legs) from the Lemonade Fizz Set and the single small petal (body), and mini spikey circle (eyes) from the Lavender Tea Set



I hope you like my project and I've inspired you to use the stamps in a slightly different way.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Claire x

I'd like to enter this project into the following challenges:
Craft Stamper Magazine - Anything Goes
Crafting with friends - Anything Goes
Creative Fingers Challenge - Anything Goes
Fussy & Fancy  - Things with wings
PDE Linky Party - Anything Goes
Simply Papercrafts - Anything Goes
Altered Eclectics - Anything goes
Rhedd's Creative Spirit - Anything goes

18 comments:

  1. Claire - you just blow me away with how you think out of the box! Love love this! Have a great weekend.

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  2. I love it! And such å pretty frame :)

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  3. That is just so amazing and clever, love your kooky owls xx

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  4. Great design! Thanks for joining us at PDE Linky Party.
    DT Janis
    Sunny Day Crafting, Photo Inspiration Chs
    Paper Play Sketches, Sketch Chs

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  5. I didn't see the show but I absolutely adore this Claire it's beautiful xx

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  6. Very cute and love your title! Thanks for sharing with us at Rhedd's Creative Spirit this month! Nanette, DT

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  7. I love the adorable birds - so so cute and a fabulous design.
    Thank you for sharing this with us at Fussy and Fancy.
    Hugs Sharon. x

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  8. amazeballs totally love this and cant believe you even thought of this. Adore the colours and the little frame it's just superb xx

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  9. I love it. Beautiful piece. Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics this month. Hope to see you back here again soon. Judy DT

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  10. How pretty! And so very clever too, combining all those elements to "build" your owls. Thank you for entering your project at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

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  11. Beautifully combined stamping! Thanks for playing along at Craft Stamper!

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  12. Fabulous and clever idea too, ideal for F&F challenge xxxAnnie

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  13. What a fabulous little project ...... great use of those stamps. Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper challenge. Linda xx

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  14. WOW! This is such a fabulous design! I want one to hang and admire!!! Sooooo cute!

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  15. Fab design, I love it !! I have also become your latest blog follower !

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  16. What a great project! So creative! :)
    Thanks for sharing it over at the PDE Linky Party! :)

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