Welcome to day one of the STAMPlorations Belated 7th Birthday Party. For the next five days, I'm joining the rest of the STAMPlorations design team and we will be showcasing loads of new stamps, stencils and dies. And of course, there are lots of prizes to be won, including an amazing $50 gift code randomly drawn from the STAMPlorations stash link-up. There are also prizes for commenting on the birthday hop posts (STAMP blog and designers' blogs) and for linking up your own projects to the birthday linky party. You can find the full details in the Belated 7th Birthday Party blog post.
For my project, I'm showcasing two new projects - the Bloomfully stamps and Wonky Stitched Grid Texture Cover Plate Die. I started by inking up a background using Distress Oxides and splattered water on it. I then ran it through the die cutting machine using the Texture Cover plate to create texture. I stamped the bouquet of flowers from the Bloomfully stamp set, coloured with Copics and fussy cut. Last, I added a sentiment using the Everyday Sentiments Die.
Note that all products (including the new release products) in the STAMPlorations store are 10% off instantly throughout October. BUT you can get an additional 20% off by using my discount code STAMPGIRLKAROLA at checkout. If you use my discount code you will also receive the Just Plaid square stencil FOR FREE (see image below)!
STAMPlorations discount code: If you want to save 20% when shopping at the STAMPlorations store you can use the code STAMPGIRLKAROLA at checkout. The discount applies to all normal priced and discounted stamps, stencils and dies. The code cannot be combined with other discount codes.
Note that as a STAMPlorations affiliate, I get a small commission on any orders you place in the STAMPlorations store using the links in my blog post or my coupon code STAMPGIRLKAROLA. This is at no added cost to you. Thank you for your support to keep my craft addiction going :)
Stamps: STAMPlorations Bloomfully
Dies: CUTplorations Wonky Stitched Grid Texture Cover Plate Die, Everyday Sentiments Die