Saturday, January 16, 2016

January Challenge #3: Get Your Stamp on....Get Your Stamp on....

Challenge #3: Get your stamp on with repeat, I say repeat stamping!  Check out these examples:

You may need to take a second look at what our Master Forgers have come up with for us!

Clair made a new 'dashboard' for her Color Crush Planner using repetitive stamping and has created a Stamped Planner Dashboard Tutorial showing how easy it is to create a repetitive image - even with mounted (non-transparent) stamps!

Leslie not only used multiple stampings but did it with multiple stamps!


And Margie is trying to finish up her December Daily, so she stamped on a piece of 4x6 patterned paper to make her own journaling card:

Visit her blog to see how she used it and what it looks like in the spread!


Don't forget that we LOVE it when you join in the fun and sign up to be on our member blog hop on 24th! Find out how below!  Go on, you know you want to!

Your project should be something new, using a Counterfeit Kit Challenge kit, that you haven't shown before and only post for the hop. Be inspired by any of the challenges this month, or just share something you've created with your kit. Remember, the more the merrier and it never fails to be a lot of fun!

TTo be a part of our blog hop:
  1. E-mail us your name & blog address & promise to participate at BY THE 18th 
  2. You will receive an e-mail from us by the 20th with a list of the hop participants.
  3. You will need to schedule your own blog post showing your project based on a challenge and link to the person after you in the hop.
  4. All Blog Hop posts will need to be scheduled to go live on the 24th at 12:00 A.M. Mountain Standard Time (Arizona) but we will help you with the scheduling!


  1. Loved once again the variety of applications of the challenge! Clair, your tutorial is definitely a keeper.

  2. These all look fabulous ladies and what a variety of ideas.

  3. A good reminder for me to get my stamps out from time to time and actually use them!


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