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Thursday, November 3, 2011


Well, it's been a fun ride. I've stamped my little heart out. NO, I'm NOT quitting stamping! This is just my final project for my Guest Designer stint with Your Next Stamp! Me? Quit stamping? Only when my arms no longer work and for now, I'm just on my first shoulder issue, so I guess I'll keep going! I've had a blast making stuff for this Holiday Release. It's been 14 days of fun and today is the last day of the release. Sniff, sniff!!





This little guy is called Winter Fun Reindeer. Don't you just LOVE him? HERE'S where you can get all the lowdown on him, the sentiment that's included and the snowflake bonus stamp and even have this Winter Fun Reindeer set sent home to you! As I'm writing this, I'm thinking how fun this would be to stamp several in a row, and it would look like little reindeer Rockettes! LOL! (I just HAD to pop his nose up too, do ya'll see it?)

Now, give a little shout of glee ya'll, and head over to the Your Next Stamp store to see the full Holiday Release...there's way more than just reindeer games going on over there!

Here's a little info I'm sure ya'll will want to know about this adorable Holiday Release from Your Next Stamp:


1. All the stamps and dies will be available for purchase at the YNS Store the day they are released and the full release will be available on November 3rd. Hey, that's TODAY!

2. Be sure and check out the YNS blog and Facebook page daily for all the new stamp reveals and PRIZES!



SUSIE Q-TIP: Cut snowflake dies from clear plastic. I made mine sparkly by globbing a pile of Stickles onto a piece of paper. I turned the clear snowflake over and smeared the Stickles onto the back of the snowflake with my finger, so that the "front" side would stay smooth. It's important to actually pick up the snowflake at this point and move it, so that it will release whatever's NOT on the snowflake itself. I put mine onto a piece of wax paper to dry--also important so it doesn't stick to where it's drying. That would be a bummer, and I'm sure you wouldn't want to talk about it.

Stamps: Winter Fun Reindeer (Your Next Stamp)
Paper: White, Kraft, Plum Pudding, Lavender Moon (PTI), Boo (American Crafts), Christmas Sparkling Season (American Crafts), Clear Acetate
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Accessories: Snowflake CutUps (The Cat's Pajamas), Big Scallop Rectangle and Circle Nestabilities, Circle Punch, White Paint Dauber (Ranger), Copic Markers, Stardust Stickles, Divine Twine (TCP), Button (AC), Frosted Flatbacks (Stamping Bella), Sewing Machine/Thread, Hot Glue, Jody Boosters
Finished Size: A2

4 comments:

  1. Love your pretty take on this new stamp. Great designer and keep up the stamping.

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  2. CUTE!!!! Love the popped up nose! Thanks for joining us Susan! It's been a blast!!! Big hugs!

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  4. Beautiful! That is what you call art. Very nice and artistic combinations. I like deer so much.

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