Monday, 7 September 2009

Introducing Mixed Sentiments Clear Stamps




Or better said, introducing them officially.

I design this set long time ago, but I had not seen it in the flesh until this last weekend. What I intended to do, and hopefully I have done, is to create a basic set of mixed messages that fits in smaller sized punches. Yes, I know there are other in the market that may look similar, or that are also small, but I was honestly frustraed not being able to buy in a shop in the UK a set that I could use with 1" circle punches, small sizes nestabilities and so on. By the way, I did not give the name to the set, I had a completely different name, Essentials Sayings.

If you think they look similarly to the Craftwork Cards InCircles, or buttons messages as they are also called, it should not surprise. they are both designed by your truly. There is more story on how they look so similar, as I had designed them to look much more different, but there was an image delivery mishap, so we ended up with this set, for now.

I used mix fonts because I just love type and a mix offers a look that can fit easily in both cute, modern and classic cards. So, if you see them often in this blog, is not only because I designed it but because I actually have needed it for a very long time and had to substitute with other sets that were close to what I wanted but not quite. And you know, I am a bit of a perfectionist!

They are manufactured and distributed by Personal Impressions so hopefully you will be able to find them in a shop near you!

4 comments:

Julia Dunnit said...

A lovely product; you must be very excited and proud. Rightly so.

Momiji said...

love the mixed fonts in these and can see that they would be so useful for many cards..

scrapjackie said...

I have these already and they are fab, just what I wanted, small sized sentiments. They also stamp up really well and I love the fonts you have used.

AuroraDawn said...

Wow Paula, they look great, I love the InCircles so I know that I am going to love this stamp set ...

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