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Jan112017

Stamp/Stencil releases for early 2017!!

CHA 2017 is soon and I'd like to give a early look at what you'll see at the show from my Stamper Anonymous line of products. There will be four rubber stamp sets and 4 stencils. I'm really excited about some of the possibilities for these, and i'm anticipating seeing all the fun and creative ways you guys find to use these that never dawned on me. All the cards were colored with Copic markers. Now onto the sets...

First up is the PARTY MONSTERS. This might be my favorite set so far.

The second set is a bit of a time machine to THE 1980s VOLUME 1. As someone who grew up in the 80s, this was a fun one to design.

Third is a whimsical take on the valentine's day/love sets adding the theme of music. And puns. Enter THE ROCK CUPID.

 

Last, but not least, is THE WOOFPACK! I wanted a variety of dressed up dogs for you to be able to play with. 

 

Now onto the stencils. I designed these to both go with one of the above stamp sets but also so that they can be used for a wide variety of things. The fun part for me is mixing and matching different stamps and stencils together and some of results are hilarious! So fun to experiment.

First up is the vintage video game stencil GAME OVER. 

Second up is the BONES stencil.

Third is the CAUTION stencil. 

and finally a HEARTS stencil.

Can't wait to see what you guys think of this release.

Cheers---Brett

 

 

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