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Thursday, 26 June 2014

Introducing the July stamps of the month (posted by Judith)

In Glenda's absence, while she is going through her house move, I would like to introduce the July stamps of the month to you. There are two A4 stamp sets called Harlequin Fragments and Tangled Fragments. These two new sets are a wonderful addition to the Fragment series; they are extremely versatile and, as you will see over the next month, they  work very well both alone and with many other Chocolate Baroque stamps.

First is Harlequin Fragments

and then we have Tangled Fragments, both are available at an introductory price. But if you want to save even more money then we have our usual multi-buy offer too.

All offers are available on the website until the end of July.

My sample uses a stamp from the Harlequin Fragments stamp set, which I have repeat stamped over a wrinkle free Distress background to create a watery feel. I have then stamped a bauble from the Artists Baubles unmounted stamp set onto a piece of scrap card, and coloured it in using Inktense pencils. I have added a sentiment from the Amazing Birthday stamp set.



Look out for some inspirational artwork from the Design Team coming very soon and don't forget to leave a comment to be in with a chance of winning our monthly prize. At the end of each month one lucky commentor will be randomly chosen to receive a gift certificate to spend on Chocolate Baroque stamps.

Judith

18 comments:

  1. These new stamps are lovely and will be so useful just wish I had the pennies to buy but never mind there's always Christmas lol
    Your card is fab Judith I love that watery feel you have created
    Jackie x

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  2. just ordered mine, thanks to birthday voucher - really love the watery one and the way you have used it Judith

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  3. These new stampt just look wonderful. I don't know if I can
    Buy them in the Netherlands. Thanks for showing Anneke.
    www.annekescardart.blogspot.com

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      Scrapbookdepot - Uitgeest - www.scrapbookdepot.nl
      Stamping Corner - Ijssel - www.stampingcorner.nl

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  4. Super card Judith, and super stamps. Not buying for the rest of the month but it's not long until next month!!!

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  5. Gorgeous card Judith, and gorgeous new stamps too.

    Sue xx

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  6. Wow super card and super stamps. I love them.

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  7. wonderful card _ I love the colours - and wonderful new stamps too - fab xx

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  8. Your sample illustrates perfectly how versatile these stamps will be - I love the sense of movement that the swirly watery background brings out of the focal image for somehow the leaves seem to have more curvature about them. These will be super to work with & I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone has come up with.
    Definitely on the expanding CB wish list.
    Paula (PEP)

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  9. What a super way of using this new stamp! Love the colours!

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  10. Gorgeous card, do love the new stamps especially the watery one

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  11. Wow Judith this is really amazing I love this card a lot , great colours and great use of the stamps!!!Super!!!

    Greetings
    Maria

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  12. Beautiful card and loving the stamps.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  13. I love these new fragments as they are so useful for all sorts of backgrounds. I must say I was only remarking the other day that the original fragment sheets were my next on the list for buying, so now there are even more to buy I won't know where to start lol! I love the blue background to this card, and the pretty topper in those lovely colours. This particular fragment would definitely look great for water. x

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  14. I love the quirky shape of that first card.

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  15. Sorry, I put this in the wrong place. Pretty card and I love the marbling.

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  16. Love the background to this card. Another wonderful idea

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