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Product Review: Heartfelt Creations

Finished Card Size: 5.5″ x 5.5″ About a year ago, the local stamp store where I taught brought in a few of Heartfelt Creations rubber stamps and a few Nestabilities made especially to go with their stamps.  That was the first time I ever saw their stamps, although they have been around a while.  I […]

Product Review – Mica Powders

By: Kim Parkinson, Product Guru March’s Stamper’s Quest theme is “All Wrapped Up.”    With a theme like that, it’s easy to find the many different items to embellish your wrapping paper with!    You could easily take store bought wrapping paper and color it with Tombow, Marvy or Copic Markers.  Or you could add some sparkle with […]

Product Review – Scor-It Vs. Scor-Pal

By: Kim Parkinson, Product Guru Most of you stampers out there don’t just stamp and color images.  Many of you put these images onto cards or other projects.  In keeping with the Stampers Quest theme of “Special Folds” in February, I’m going to review the Scor-Pal and the Scor-It.  I was lucky enough to receive the Scor-Pal […]

January Product Review – Back to Basics Part Two

Welcome back!  We’re going to explore a few more ink pad choices today as well as hear what the final verdict was to my stamping experience. After my experience with Tsukineko and Stewart Superior, I realized that I had a few small containers of inks in my stash as well.  These small containers are made […]

Club Scrap Product Review

Club Scrap   By Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru Club Scrap is a monthly mail order scrapbook club, which began in 1999.  Each monthly kit is unique and designed for beginners as well as advanced scrapbookers or stampers.  The kits contain coordinated materials to create a multitude of projects.    My kit came in a pizza-sized […]

September Product Review – Copic Markers

Copic Markers By: Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru   Copic Markers are professional illustration markers.  They are double ended, low odor and alcohol based.  These markers are also refillable and come in over 200 colors.  Sounds pretty interesting, don’t they? The one thing stopping me from buying a few to test for this review was […]

Digital Stamps

Digital Stamps By: Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru  Digital Stamps is a new stamping term to me.  I have been hearing some chatter about them for a couple of months now.  Seeing, as I didn’t know what they were all about, I “googled” them.  I was directed to a few sites that were offering digital […]

Koh-I-Noor Color Pencil Review

Koh-I-Noor Color Pencils By: Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru  About 10 years ago I watched a video by a woman named Kristin Powers on using color pencils.  That very afternoon I went out and purchased my first set of Prismacolor pencils and I have never looked back.  I am hooked! I keep my pencils in […]

Sunday International Stamp Review

Sunday International Unmounted Stamps By: Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru   I received a stamp set from Sunday International.  It is one of their new ATC size stamp sets.  Which means that they are sized to fit on a 2.5″ by 3.5″ card. The stamps are deeply etched rubber that is already closely trimmed on […]

Castaway Ink Pad Review

Jacquard’s Castaway Pad By: Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru Do you like the look of bleach on your artwork, but don’t like the odor?  Jacquard came out with an ingenious idea for a stamp pad a few years ago called the Castaway pad.  This pad is supposed to allow you to get the same bleached […]

Product Review – Sunday International EZ Mount

Sunday International EZ Mount By: Susan Wolf Caplan, Product Guru  When I started stamping in the 90’s, the wood mounted stamps were affordable.  As the years have passed the price of wood has increased, and as a result, the stamps mounted on them have begun to exceed stamper budgets. Many stampers now choose to purchase unmounted rubber stamps […]

Robin’s Nest Dew Drops Product Review

Robin’s Dew Drops Product Review By: Susan Caplan, Backpack Guru A friend of mine had purchased and used Dew Drops in a card she had made and I was fascinated by these tiny colored acrylic embellishments. So, I just had to buy some for myself.  Finding these little morsels was not an easy feat, as […]