Saturday, May 17, 2008

Magnificent Moment with Unity!

Thank you, everyone, for your emails and phone calls.
I am doing much better now. For those who as just catching up, I ended up in the ER last Sunday for a wicked migraine. It took a few days for the meds to get out of my system and the side effects to wear off, but I am doing much better now. If I can only do something about this crazy heat wave we are experiencing!!!

So let me introduce you SU! lovers to a new stamp company...

If you have not tried these stamps, RUN to Scraplovers now and give them a try!
Unity give you the best of both worlds when it comes to stamping with wood vs. acrylic... AND some of their images are BIG for those who love to stamp and scrap!

Check out my first big purchase at Scraplovers:
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Here's how the stamps work:

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You can see that a little brown bag comes with the wood mounted stamps.
They hold the unmounted stamps that you can place on the acrylic part of the handles and stamp away. Isn't that awesome? See... best of both worlds!

I even bought coffee scented embossing powder to go with my Magnificent Moment stamp set! Here's what I did with it...

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It smells SO yummy!!!

I added this little coffee cup as an embellishment to the clear acrylic picture frame that holds the "Homemade By" recipe card that I stamped and mounted...
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I used Stampin' Write Markers to ink up the unmounted "Dessert" stamp that I stamped on the recipe card. Here's a close up:
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Cheers!

7 comments:

Carolina said...

Jane, this is beyond gorgeous! Love what you did with the coffee cup - the stem is unbelievable and the coffee scented embossing powder is the perfect touch!
Wonderful idea to frame it - what a lovely gift or even as a home decor for yourself! I knew you would rock these stamps. Hugs!

angela magnuson {mag-na-son} said...

WOW! THAT is amazing...It is brilliant and adorable! THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing your project and putting so much care into explaining my handles. That was so sweet of you! I am pleased that you are feeling better! Stay positive and once again a HUGE thanks!

Angela

familiabencomo said...

Oh is this that place you called for directions? Perfect, I know how to get there now. ;) I'm lov'n those recipe cards! You are too darn talented! That's (among other reasons) why I love you!

xoxox Amy

Jenn said...

WOW!!! I love your coffee stamp and I so love the smell of coffee...I didn't even know they made embossing powdered that smelled like coffee...how fabulous is that!!! I love the recipe card too...it's super adorable!!! :D

Glad to hear you are doing better...migranes are the worst and I can so sympathize with you. Please take care!!! :D

patty w said...

Wow...great! Love the coffee cup and I've never worked with embossing powders yet, but must be fabulous to have scented ones!

StinkerbellSteph said...

Yum-o! That looks good enough to drink! So fun! I can't wait to look into this more, looks very cool. You did a beautiful job (as always!)

Veronica said...

oh jane this is totally fantastic. I really like what you did with the swirls of steam I could never ever do that. TOTALLY amazing.