I’m not going to lie, this Christmas Pines Stamp Set has got to be one of my favorite Christmas carry-overs in the Annual Catalog. That background stamp of stars is simply glorious and the thinlets – WOW!
The Christmas Pines Stamp Set with a total of 22 photopolymer stamps, many of which could be used for things other that Christmas, is on page 96 of the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog. The matching Pretty Pines Thinlets are on page 219.
There are endless possibilities with the Christmas Pines Stamp Set and Pretty Pines Thinlets both for Christmas and other times of the year. A worthwhile addition to your stash if you don’t already have them!
Although this Sheltering Tree Stamp Set is one stamp set that hasn’t been sitting unused on my stamp shelf, it hasn’t been used for quite some time thus qualifying for “use it before buying more”.
What I had in mind didn’t quite transpire onto paper unfortunately with my Friendship Card. My Japanese Maple tree was, believe it or not, my inspiration for this card. Somehow I think my Maple tree would prefer if I not mention this!
The Sheltering Tree Stamp Set, consisting of 14 photopolymer stamps, is located on page 140 of the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog,
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This stamp set, Thankful Thoughts, is one of those stamp sets that is a must to have on your stamp shelf. There are 10 stamps in this set, all of which say thank you a little differently.
These are just two examples of cards made simply with the stamps within the set. Yes, one has the Brusho Crystal Color as the background but you could certainly use an Aqua Painter to simply create a quick, yet very effective background.
The Thankful Thoughts Stamp Set can be found on page 124 of the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog with the Brusho located on page 202.
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