New Stamp Release + Giveaway!

Welcome stampers! I’m so glad you’re here today joining our first release for this year!

This is your first stop for our new stamp release blog hop. Tons of inspiration along the way, make sure to stop by on each designer’s blog – all links below & don’t forget to comment and get a chance to win our newest set!:)

Without further delay here’s our newest set!:)

( Now available for purchase.)

This set is amazing for daily dose of positive thoughts. For dreamers like me, it reminds us to have patience and to keep going forward.

It is also perfect for music lovers, with a retro vibe – this set has tons of possibilities.

My project for today is really fun! I do love this patterned paper – full of lemons! Yay! It makes me smile.:)

First, I stamped some stars on the base of my card. Add the mini doily (also available in different colors). Add some sewing thread over it for some texture.

I stamped the cassette tape on a different paper, colored it , and cut it out. Instant embellishment! And then put it on the top of everything.

To finish it off I added some enamel dots. And it’s probably hard to see but I added a wink of stella on my cassette tape to make it sparkly & shiny. The photo doesn’t do justice but it’s fantastic!

I hope you enjoyed my project. Here’s a closer look of the stamp set.

Now it’s time for you to see more project ideas using this set.

Don’t forget the links below & hop along!:) Hope to see you again tomorrow for another product release!

Precious Remembrance Shop – you’re here!
Erica Thompson – Guest Designer
Giveaway Details:
– Simply leave a comment to the shop’s blog post and each designer’s blog and show us some love!:)
    • Giveaway is open until January 24, 2018 Midnight EST.
    • Winner to be announce in the shop’s blog & social media links(Facebook & Instagram) – follow us to get updated.

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    1. This looks fun and pretty!!! I remember those good old days where I used cassette tapes to make my music mixed for the aerobic class I thought, those good old days that I could still jump without breaking my bone, LOL!

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