Today's post will be the third in a series featuring the talented artists and products I discovered recently at the Heirloom Productions Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival.
To read the first post in this series about Totally Tiffany CLICK HERE.
To read the second post in this series about Local King Rubber Stamp CLICK HERE.
Yesterday I mentioned how I may have contributed a significant amount of money to Lisa Yang from Local King Rubber Stamp. Well, Jennifer Jennington of Stamplistic is also livin' the high life thanks to my wallet!
Last year at the 2016 stamp show, I purchased my first two stamps from Stamplistic. Their samples were simply AH-azing and I was in awe of the detail, the layering and ohhhhh, the crystals. Swarovski crystals! Be still my glittery beating heart. . .
Photos don't really do these cards justice. Do you know just how sparkly Swarovski crystal's are? They are even more stunning in person!
I never once used the stamps I purchased last year. Who does that!? Hahahaha!
So, this year I signed up for two classes with Jennifer.
Taking these classes simply reaffirmed my love for this style of cards. Not only did I purchase $200 more worth of stamps this year, but, I also signed up for the Stamplistic A Cut Above Club. Starting in July, I will receive one stamp set and coordinating die set per month (for as long as I continue) along with a color idea book of samples!
Here are some of the new stamps I purchased this year:
Out of all the stamps I purchased this year, and those I already have at home unused, I really am most looking forward to trying these ones out!
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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