Monday, September 20, 2010

Repeat Impressions - Stamp of the Week

Happy Monday peeps!
Life has been so busy lately, seems like
I'm not getting into my stamp room as often as I'd like!

The stamp of the week at Repeat Impressions is

Fawn 4212-I

You can purchase this at 50% off, just
head over to the
Repeat Impressions

Be sure to check out what the other rockstars have done:

Robin - Harriet - Makiko Lynette - Dana

I decided to try something different for
today's stamp of the week....

I decided to make some coasters....
some masculine coasters at that!

Details:
Stamps: Fawn 4121-I, Chickadee at Rest 211-P
(I used the edges of the branches do to the grass) 
Ink: Stazon
Misc: tumbled tile coasters

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10 comments:

Wendy ten Hove said...

What a nice idea, to make coasters!! And they are sooo pretty! Love that stamp!

Lynette said...

Very cool, Julie - wonderfully done! Such a great stamp. (And thanks for explaining about the Chickadee at Rest stamp. I was wondering why you listed that one! LOL!)

Makiko Jones said...

Oh Julie, this is super wonderful!! You are so clever...I love how you used the Chickadee stamp for the grass too!

Marisa said...

Haven't made one of these in ages! Lovely image. Well done!

Janice M said...

What a cute image, Love the coasters Julie!

Harriet Skelly said...

Great coasters Julie!! How cool to use the chickadee stamp to create the grass!

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joy said...

How adorable!! I love how you have used to great stamp on a great project -- thanks for stirring up my creativity.

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Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Fabulous job, Julie. Such a great idea to make coasters - and using the branches from the chickadee stamp for grass is genius!