Here's just a small selection of what we have received in recent days.
Betsey made this beautiful box stamped, inked masked and embellished beautifully.
She writes: Just wanted to let you know that my recent order arrived a few days ago. I have been having so much fun using them. The stamps are really beautiful and have really helped to motivate me to get stamping again. I have been passionate about stamping for years, but at times, I find that the cares of everyday life take over, and I start to drift away. This past year, I took a new job, and have been extremely busy getting adjusted to it. In the process I have neglected my passion for stamping. This past weekend has inspired me again. I find myself lying in bed, thinking of a new project and doing all I can not to give in to the urge to get going on it!
Well for me the most original things I've done with a PaperArtsy stamp are to alter a jigsaw piece and to make a triptych frame, which had 12 individual inchies on it.
I love your all stamps & certainly don't have enough of them.
Details on how each were made can be found on her blog.
Valerie has been practising some new techniques using her Stamps from the PaperArtsy French Collection. (Available exclusively in French stores via our distributorACICAM in France, go to their website to see their stockists)
Shrink, UTEE and distress inks all feature here
She writes: Here is from
I like the new collection (Squiggly Ink) with the swirls and curls and the small houses (so cute!). I went to Valérie :)
Lastly Joy made these amazing little houses, I want to call them ice houses as
they remind me of Ice sculptures. She has used UTEE and you can go here to find out more http://alterme.typepad.com/. Aren't they adorable?
So how do you play along? We want you to send us your photos (jpegs to firstname.lastname@example.org) of the most original thing you've done with a PaperArtsy stamp, no holds barred. The comp is open to anyone worldwide and the prize is a full set of 42 PaperArtsy Minis. Value £197 GBP (approx $400 USD). We'll post a selection of the entries each week here on the blog for you to see and we'll announce the winner on May 21. So get on your bizarro thinking cap and show us what you can do.