A very very happy New Year 2017 to everyone and I’m hopefull of it being a very good year indeed with lots of plans and ideas in the pipeline just waiting to be put into practice.
I’ve finished my December Daily which I’ll show you on Friday and I’ve got two new journal, sketchbook, planners to start too which I can’t wait to share.
On Friday the February issue of Craft Stamper is out and I’m so excited to have my own stamps featured inside. I can’t wait to see what it looks like.
For now though here’s a sneak peek.
I’ll be back in the studio on Friday so I hope you’ll come back and join me.
Happy New Year
I was so excited to learn this week that the Christmas edition of Making Cards Magazine came out with a fantastic article written by the talented Clare Brown.
A whole Three pages worth of how-to using my Town House stamps to create some stunning 3D cards. (It’s only the page opposite Dean Wilson from Create and Craft).
Clare has done an amazing job with my stamps and I couldn’t be happier.
Thank you Clare.
To buy the stamps for yourself you can find them here in my shop.
On Friday I’ll be back to my journal and some Autumn inspiration.
Woo hoo, at last they’re in the shop and available for purchase – excitement and nerves all in equal measure. They’re all red rubber and unmounted which means for the best stamping result I recommend using a sticky foam mount on the back but of course it’s not necessary. All you need is a stamping block and some stick pritt and you’re good to go. The individual houses are approx 11 x 4.5cm and the 4 houses in a row 11 x 9cm
There’s a Dutch house with the phrase ” Big City Life” that comes with it.
A French house with “La Maison” of course,
A Georgian house with “Home Sweet Home”,
A Luxembourgish house with “Chez Nous”,
A second Luxembourgish house because I couldn’t resist and the phrase “Down Town”,
and my little row of houses.
I can’t pick a favourite it’s just too hard.
To buy them they’re available here in the shop http://shop.basementstudio.lu/
I do hope you like them as much as I do.