Welcome to the monthly NEW RELEASES for A Creative Journey with Melissa. Every SECOND WEDNESDAY of the month we will be featuring our newly released stamp sets. I am a Design Team member for A Creative Journey with Melissa and I am so excited to be able to share these creations with you today. The new stamp releases are the "Fall and Winter Holiday Sentiments" and "Celebrate Judaism". We are also highlighting our amazingly cute and versatile Everyday Alphabet and Everyday Alphabet Outline stamp sets throughout this hop as well. I am highlighting the Everyday Alphabet Upper case & emotion stamp set (or sets as the alpha sets are actually two separate sets) for this blog hop. Please be sure to hop along to each Design Team Member's blog, become a follow their blog and answer the question correctly that they have posted to qualify to win the prizes. The prizes include:
- Fall and Winter Holiday Sentiments
- Celebrate Judaism
- Sizzix Embossing folder set
- Scrapbook Adhesives 3-D foam squares
My question is "Do you like digital stamps?"
I actually masked my stamp set to fit my tag.....
Yes, I even used a twig from the outdoors for my tree.............. I love the style on the Merry Christmas and LOVE how clear it printed. I add gloss add texture.
Hight light stamp set:Everyday Alphabet upper case and emotion with Tie Dye and Splatter stamp set!!!! Loooooooooove it!!!
YES!! You must get these stamp sets too! I used water markers and just made a cute mess for the Tye Dye color....
HERE IS THE LINE UP FOR THE BLOG HOP:
Please be sure to answer on everyone's blog the question asked of you correctly and follow each blog. You will be entered in the giveaway for the three prizes if you do so! Entries for this blog hop will end Friday at 8 PM PT. Winners will be announced on Saturday on the A Creative Journey with Melissa's blog here http://
acreativejourneywithmelissa.com /blog/ september-release-blog-hop-winn ers/ Be sure to check back to see if you are a winner!
Thanks so much for hopping along with us!
Links for stamp sets:
Celebrate Judaism - http://
Fall and Winter Holiday Sentiments -