Monday, August 17, 2015

Love from The Greeting Farm

The kind people at The Greeting Farm recently sent me some stamps and dies to play with, review and share my thoughts with you.  Today I have three cards, all made with clear stamps sets from The Greeting Farm and using their matching dies!

My first card uses the set Make A Wish and coordinating dies.  I like all the options of things to decorate the yummy cupcakes with and that many of the sentiments in the set fit within the banner image.  I colored in all the images with copic markers on this card and used Lawn Fawn dye inks to stamp the pedestal, banner and sentiment.  I love the little details on the pedestal image and they stamped perfectly with the ink.


My second card uses the Furever set and matching dies, the dies are very helpful for this set because the main images have a lot of detail.  Look at how wonderfully even the thin whiskers of the kitten stamped on this image.  I colored this image with copic markers as well with some glitter accents.


My third and final card is created using Always a Party and matching dies. For this card I stamped the super adorable little bears in a brown ink and then colored them with colored pencils.


These clear stamps are good quality made in the USA clear photopolymer stamps and they stamp beautifully.  The dies line up well with the images and cut leaving a very thin white edge around the images.

Discount Alert! The Greeting Farm is offering up a discount to my blog readers! Just use coupon code CHARI10 at checkout for 10% off your order at The Greeting Farm!

I'll have another card using one of The Greeting Farms red rubber stamps later this week so stay tuned and thanks for stopping by today!


Yvonne C. said...[Reply to comment]

Super cute cards. I love the greeting farm stamps. So much cuteness!! Coloring is awesome too!!

Teresa Doyle said...[Reply to comment]

Chari, your cards are all adorable!

angelallano said...[Reply to comment]

Adorable cards!!
And thanks for the coupon!

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