new stamp images!!!

hey everyone!  still traveling around england and just finished a trade show in birmingham, UK called "stitches" – basically their version of CHA.  it was lots of fun getting everyone excited about Ranger products and grungeboard!  things have been very busy and today we drove up to see my friend dyan’s studio "art from the heart"  – it’s just eclectic, amazing, and fun!  she teaches workshops almost daily there – it’s a working studio, so cool!  tomorrow morning we are headed over to osletwistle to visit another friend’s shoppe dawn bibby "topaz crafts".  i’ll be teaching her staff and demonstrating for the afternoon – i’m looking forward to it!

since CHA i know most companies have been so busy trying to catch up from the show – that includes stampers anonymous too.  SO…. i thought i would post the images i released at the show with them.  i am so excited about  this release because it includes smaller images than i’ve normally designed.  basically for ATC’s, mini collages, memory glass, and any other projects where a little collage element is what’s needed.  they are available either wood mounted individually (numbers listed under the images), or still on the cling mount sets (numbers listed on the side of the photo).  i am showing the images as the sets they are sold in.
THIS IS NEW AT CHA…. we have decided to release the 16 ATC background images in this collection as cling mounted INDIVIDUAL IMAGES too called "components".  so now you have a choice… if you don’t want the entire set, you can choose what you like and just buy that design – PLUS as an added feature, the "components" are all indexed on the foam mount (meaning the image is printed on the foam so when using it on an acrylic block, you can see the image you are stamping!  pretty cool huh?
one more thing….i am posting these images so you can get your lists ready, ask you favorite store to order in the images, or wait for to have them uploaded – which should be soon, sorry i don’t sell the stamps myself.  have fun – be inspired – and enjoy…t!m










Tim Holtz Creative Chemistry 101