New Stamps = Good Times

Last week I was bombarded with packages containing all sorts of crafting goodies.  I wish I got packages everyday, alas my husband's wallet will not allow.

I got my first set of stamps from Market Street Stamps...I'm curious to know how this company took so long to be on my radar. I love their style! I love how they easily lend themselves to paper piecing and/or coloring, and they mix and match so well.  Not to mention, these seriously clean up so easy. Another weird fact, I love the way they smell.

I'm glad I was able to play along with their current challenge, I adore this color combo.

And here is my card

Other exciting news - today is the last day of renovations!  I can't wait to share the before and after pictures with you.

Perfectly Pretty Grid, Compass (Market Street Stamps)


  1. Danielle!!! I just love your card!!! It's so cute! I also just received my very first set of Market Street Stamps......Love the color of them, too! Makes for easy line-up! Good luck on the challenge!

  2. Wonderfully simple and fun card, Danielle. I really like the grid pattern that you incorporated on the side of your card. Very effective.

  3. How cool is this? So graphic (In a good way graphic). Awesome composition too. I bet this would win the $ voucher going on the Simon Says Stamp blog which is "all about white" at the moment. You should link this beauty up. Great card.

  4. I *LOVE* the way they smell too!!! It is weird — but true! Market Street rocks and the owner is a doll.

    This card is adorable. I think I might have to break down and get that set!

  5. Oooh, very clean and graphic. Love your layout and design. Keep them coming :)

  6. I agree - Oooooh, love your card design! The clean crisp style and the soft colors w/ black! Striking!

  7. This is so very nice. I just love it! Really clean... great use of the color challenge.

  8. Love this!! The pop-up compass is adorable and that rounded corner's just the perfect touch!

  9. Wow this card is awesome! I love everything about it! Good luck with the Market Street Challenge!


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