I am really bad about purchasing digital stamps because they are cheaper than rubber or cling stamps. There is also an INSTANT gratification factor that just can't be beat! Here are a few of my favorite sites:
Saturated Canary: This site is relatively new to my madness but I love her images. Krista draws girls with tons of layers in the clothing and usually a lot of long flowing hair to color...and she definitely has a sense of humor! (Check out her Fifty Shades inspired digi!) I am so addicted to her images...I wish I had more disposable income and then I would own ALL of them! http://saturated-canary.myshopify.com/
Tiddly Inks: I have been buying from here for a while...and I have the digis to prove it! (wink, wink) Christy draws the most adorable images and they are so much fun to color. Lots of talent and fun can be found here... http://www.tiddlyinks.com/categories/Digital-Stamps/Victorian-Gothic%7B47%7DSteampunk/
Dilly Beans: A relative newcomer to my addiction but a very talented lady! Check out all of her awesome digital stamps here: http://sillydillybeans.blogspot.com/ or her creations in her Etsy shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/mycreativebliss?ref=em
and if you are not familiar with Paulette at Create with TLC, I highly recommend that you go for a visit. She offers some of the best sentiments around and TONS of Freebies! I cannot tell you how many great sentiments, papers and images she has shared. She also has a store where you can buy her great stuff and the prices are very reasonable. Definitely stop by for a visit. http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/studio/tlc4lo
These are just the first few.....I will share more soon!
Monday, October 22, 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012
So, I stopped getting acrylic nails about 5 years ago. There were a number of reasons but mostly because I like to do papercrafts and it is not conducive to a pretty nail job! So I decided to forgo the nails and focus on my crafting. But every once in a while, I see someone with really cute nails and I am so jealous. Last week I was shopping and found some adorable Halloween nails for less than $3. I bought two packs and scurried home. Last night I finally got around to trying them out and I love, love, love them. They are just glued onto my real nails and they probably won't lst long but I have already received a bunch of compliments and today is just Day 1! So, ignore the cuticles (because they are a mess!) and take a look at my fabulous bat nails!