Thursday, October 9, 2014

New Stamps at The Stamps of Life!

Who doesn't love a snowman??
The October Club set at The {Stamps} of Life has been out for a little over a week now, and there is a gallery full of fun inspiration from the TSOL DT members and TSOL customers HERE.

Today I want to share several creations I made using the new snowman2build set - the Club set for October. It comes with some fabulous dies too, which I really need to get as well.
If you don't have the Sprinkles! chunky glitter, you really have to try it out. I don't like glitter everywhere, but this stuff I use a LOT! It's fun and stays put :)
Sad to say, the wishes were a bit too warm, and my snowman melted!
I am just dandy keeping all the snow on my cards, instead of in my yard, thank you!
Come check out how to be a Club Member here. It's super fun and a great way to build your stamp/die collection.

Be sure to check out my huge stamp sale here and on my Facebook page: Joy in a JAR.

  Challenges entered: 
Country View Crafts' Challenge - Sparkle and Shine  
One Crazy Stamper - Halloween/Christmas 
Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge - Anything Christmas Goes

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

It's HOGtoberfest!

WOW! October already!...and that means one amazing's HOGtoberfest time at Hambo Stamps!

From October 1 - 15, enjoy a 30% discount on ALL regular-priced stamps in the store, with an additional 30% discount given on "Sale" stamps. Simply mention "HOGtoberfest14" when you order for the discount to be applied. Please note that the discount only applies to stamps, and not to cling cushion or any other available supplies. The "HOGtoberfest14" code can also be used in the Digi Store.  

It's perfect timing too for a brand new monthly challenge, which this month is all about the PIGS!! Obviously Hambo Stamp pigs are the best, so get your piggin' creative juices flowing and come join the Bacon Bits in this month's challenge! 

My card is made using List Pig - 1906 and Just Pigcause - 4112. I stamped my pig with VersaFine Onyx Black, embossed with Clear embossing powder and then colored in with Copics. 

Come join us!