I thought we would keep up with the stamp theme this week (remember T-Shirt Tuesday this week was all about stampers!), and would share some hot new stamps that are debuting this fall. Some are already available, some not just yet, but you can find all of them at Scrapbook.com.
You know I had to find a jungle animal! This acrylic giraffe stamp is just one of the animals available in the Imaginisce Wild Things collection. Not only is this stamp adorable, but its easy on the pocketbook at only $.99! There are also papers, rub-ons, 3-D stickers, flowers, and more available in the Wild Things collection.
Trying to scrapbook the teenagers in your life? Get a little help with these acrylic stamps from the We R Memory Keepers Teen Angst collection. The collection also offers matching paper, chipboard, brads, ribbon, and more.
Robots seem to be the in thing these days, and Sassafras Lass is taking advantage of their popularity by offering these I Heart Robots stamps from their Robotics collection. Also available in this collection are an assortment of papers and stickers.
Does your style lean a little bit more towards baroque? These elegant stamps from Delish Designs are sure to class up any scrapbook layout. I personally love the hands of the clock so I can make my own timepiece. These acrylic stamps are part of Delish Designs’ Petite Peppercorn collection with includes more stamps, paper, and ATC cards.
These stamps from Basic Grey are great because you can layer them to give them dimesion. These Pom Bitsy clear stamps are part of the Wisteria collection which offers gorgeous papers, buttons, rub-ons, and brads.
So its not a stamp, but it is for stamping… American Crafts as come out with some super new embossing powder available in 45 fabulous colors. Yes, 45! Not only is the color selection great, but you have a choice of colors in opaque, metallic, glitter, or fluorescent. Many of these colors are available on Scrapbook.com, but to see them all visit the American Crafts website.
You can find any of the products above by visiting Scrapbook.com and typing the brand name and “new stamp” into the search.