Monday, June 4, 2012

Market Street Stamps Sneak Peek Day 1

Tonight I get to share a sneak at the newest release from Market Street Stamps. I am overly giddy with this month's release! Market Street is introducing a brand new line of stamps featuring art from Kim Geiser! You can learn more about Kim on her blog, Persimmons Studio.

Kim is bringing a whole new flavor with this her line, and I am having so much fun playing around with these stamps!!! I have for surely stepped out of the box, and I am loving it! They are making me think in new {new for me!} ways!! 

I can't wait for you to see more, so make sure to check out the Market Street Stamps and other design team girls' blogs for their amazing projects!! 

I'll be back tomorrow with more sneaks!

10 comments:

  1. I just love all those fabulous, torn edges and your crumpled Washi tape, DoBea! Those techniques really work well with these fun images!

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  2. Love,love love this so cute and I really like the papers you used perfect!!!

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  3. FIRST...WAIT JUST ONE MINUTE I know I was just here and your blog header looks a little different??? I'm gonna have to keep reading maybe I missed something ;).

    This project is AMAZING! I am so in love with that paper pack you used. I have it and wont touch it because it is too pretty lol it looks perfect with that stamp set!!!ECK cant wait until the 7th. ;)

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  4. Great card! Love the kind of grungy/artsy feeling! Excited about these stamps!

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  5. Love you new look- These stamps are a must have!

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  6. LOVE it!!! you rocked the new stamps and your "new style" :)

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  7. Wow..this is great! Love how you combined the colors and elements. So not my style and I'm loving it...may have to experiment...Thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. This is so fun and funky!! I really love how you tore the paper and gave it a fun clean-grunge look!

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  9. I love the mixtures of paper you used on this project. They are perfect for this stamp! You have created such a classy grunge look... if that makes sense lol!

    -Sam

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  10. Love the collage look of the papers on this, it pairs with the stamp set perfectly!

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