We are working our way through all of the orders we took at the show and will soon have interesting parcels winging their way all over the globe, to Australia, Canada and of course America. Those of you from outside the USA who are looking for places to buy our stamps - the wait is almost over. We should have our new website up and running with an up to date store locator listing all international stockists.
In the meantime, I have winners to announce. I hit the random number generator to select three lucky winners from our latest batch of stamps and I am delighted to announce the following winners:
Firstly, the 'Key to my Dreams' stamp set goes to
Fab new stamps Glenda ! Loving the key particularly!
Well you certainly struck lucky there, didn't you, Sid!
Fresh Blooms was won by
Kym's Crafty Cards said...
Glenda, these are gorgeous. I love using flowers on cards but as I make my cards for charity it can prove too expensive to buy flowers so I have gone onto using stamped flower images and I love chosing exactly what colour I want to go with my colour scheme rather than what flower I had left in my stash. The keys are gorgeous and would certainly work well for 18th, 21st or new home cards. Best wishes, Kym
Well done Kym, this is quite spooky as I put the stamps in order before I picked winners, so it's pure luck of the draw.
and finally, Bold Blooms goes to
Wonderful new stamps & gorgeous cards, Glenda! Love to have them & sure I will, credit card permitting!! But, & I'm probably being thick here, what is Grungepaper & do you sell it???
cheers, Liz M
Well seeing as you asked, grungepaper is an interesting material developed by Tim Holtz and mostly used for his signature grungy style, though it can be prettied up and used for other styles too, especially flowers. It's like fake leather - you sometimes see tags on shoes and boots made from it - and it has a suede like texture to it. It's easy to cut with scissors or die cutters, but hard to tear and it will stand up to a lot more abuse than paper, so you can use it for very thin spindly things (keys, antennae) and it won't tear, plus you can curl it and it will hold it's shape (especially if you wet it lightly and set it with a heat tool). Elusive Images doesn't sell it, but our sister company, Graphicus does.
Your prizes will be held for one week, so please can you get in touch with our Office Manager, Judith, to claim your prize.
Congratulations to all the winners and if you missed out this time, there will be more opportunities to win free stuff in the future. Actually, the very near future - stay tuned!