365

365 days in a year and you could be using this really useful set everyone of those days!!  And what's AMAZING is that this useful set is available until the end of November or whilst stock last at 24% off... The stamps can be used to create personalised cards including anniversaries or special occasions, scrapbooking or making calendars. Jo kindly created this small calendar for 2018 Continue reading..

New Foxglove stamps – back in stock

Our friend Kay Carley has recently launched her beautiful Foxglove stamps ( http://www.stampsandmemories.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=400_413&products_id=5295), and they promptly sold out!!!  I'm delighted to say that they are now back in stock!  If you were lucky enough to buy the stamp set I thought you might like some inspiration? Did you spot the cute bumble bee?!! Continue reading..

New Stamps added to website

I've been a busy girl tonight adding lots of lovely stamps from Altenew and Kay Carley  to the website.  Click on the link here if you'd like to take a look now...  http://www.stampsandmemories.co.uk/index.php?main_page=products_new I'm lucky to be able to call the lovely Kay Carley a friend, and she was demonstrating for me at the recent Newbury Papercraft Show, using her newest stamp the foxglove.  Continue reading..

Hydrangeas

If you visited me at the recent show (Ally Pally, Cornwall, Kintbury, etc) you'd have seen us demonstrating the lovely Altenew Hydrangea stamp+ die sets. Whilst it is a Hydrangea flower stamp and beautiful as that, it also made me think of a mosaic so I created this card using the stamps with the fab Gansai Tambi watercolour paints... My friend Clare created a similar card! More photos/card Continue reading..

Another Altenew Camellia creation

This simple card was created using one of the layering stamps from the new Altenew Camellia stamp set.  The stamps was created by randomly stamping the image with the black versafine inkpad.  The greeting was stamped on a separate piece of card, and then the pieces were layered with black card to create the monochromic card you see.  I hope you like it? Happy Stamping,   Wendy Continue reading..