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All in Ones with Stampendous

Hello again! Stampendous has these awesome stamps called "All in Ones." Fran Seiford, Owner and Founder of Stampendous, understands that holiday card making can be time consuming. Plus, it's not always easy to find images that go together to make the perfect card. Enter the All in Ones from Stampendous. These darling stamps are the perfect size to make a whole card. Easy shapes to cut with scissors or simply stamp on a colored background, these stamps have a focal image, a background, a frame, and a phrase for the holidays. Just stamp it, sign it, mail it. OR get as creative as you like by combining with other stamps and embellishments!

I used the Christmas Train stamp for my card. I colored it with Tombow's fabulous Recycled Colored Pencils. The Stampendous team will be doing a collaboration with Tombow very soon, so you'll be seeing a lot more projects done with these great pencils. Besides, I looooove working with colored pencils!

I made my little stamped background using the Holiday Expressions set, and coloring the images with my Tombow pencils. I added some pretty May Arts ribbon too.


I really like these All in Ones images. I can see myself using them for quick, pretty cards. Now, for lots more of these great images, please be sure to visit the team members that are posting today. Their links are below. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day! 

Comments

Bunny said…
Really cute choo choo. Love your colors.
Wow, your coloring is fabulous. This is just darling.
Awesomeness! Great job coloring and I love how you let the stamped image be the star of the show!!! TFS!
Lyn Bernatovich said…
Adorable card Alison! Can't wait to play with the Tombow pencils.
So cute! Love that choo choo train!
BurningRubber said…
Another cute card from you! Shall we fetch a doctor?LOL I love the coloring you did. I'll have to check out those pencils.
Pammejo said…
Adorable, love this train stamp.

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