Saturday, October 08, 2011

The Scholar - Stampsmith Celebration

The Stampsmith competition is underway and it would be wonderful to have as many of you as possible participate in the fun to help Estelle celebrate the launch of the new The Stampsmith on-line store.
Normally I would list the stamps I used in my artwork but no, there will be no clues and no help from me! All I will reveal is that I used three different stamps on my card. More details of this card are on my Blog, Adorn.
A little reminder that from Saturday 8th October until Sunday evening Estelle is offering a 10% discount. All you need do is use the discount code TENOFF at checkout.
Have fun and Good Luck!


Kim Blanchette said...

I just love the sentiment on this card, it says it all!! This was a bit of a challenge to find 3 stamps but here goes
1. the sentiment is from the sheet "Say It With Flair"
2. the photo is from the sheet "Darling Boys"
3. the Paris post mark is from the sheet "Paris"

Karen said...

Darling Boys art

Kim said...

Darling Boys, Say it with Flair and Paris
Love the card. I'm hooked on these stamps. :)

jennifer said...

wonderful piece! the boy image comes from the Darling Boys Art Rubber Stamps plate, the sentiment is from Say It With Flair Art Rubber Stamps and the postoids are Paris Art Rubber Stamps, thanks jennifer queendragonfairie @

Debra Jones said...

Darling Boys Art
Say it with Flair Art
Paris Art

Debra Jones

Laurie said...

Love your little man. Stamp from stamp sheet Thank Heaven For Little Boys. Hugs, Laurie

BarbaraW said...

Wonderful card. Stamps used are from Darling Boys, Paris Art, and Say It With Flair.

Laurie said...

OOPS! Me bad missed some here we go again, here are my guesses.....Thank Heaven for Little Boys is what is on the rubber sheet but on the website is is called Darling Boys., Say it with flair and Paris. Hugs, Laurie

SherylH said...

Stamps used are from the following sheets: 'Darling Boys', 'Paris' and 'Say it with Flair'. I like the way you have incorporated book pages into your card design.

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