Welcome to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog! We love seeing what you make with your Serendipity Stamps and Dies. The challenge begins on the first of the month with a central theme. The design team provides samples for inspiration at the beginning, and then again at the half way point of the challenge, but you get a whole month to join us! At the half way point we'll be showing another round of samples as well as celebrating with a monthly blog hop - showing you the latest products and offering another chance for you to win some goodies from Serendipity Stamps.
The rules are simple... play along using at least one Serendipity Stamps image on your submission and link it below. You don't have to have a blog to play along - you can link your designs to any on line gallery. In fairness to other players, we reserve the right to remove entries that do not display a Serendipity Stamps image.
Ready for our latest challenge?
SSCB#58 Add Fabric! Add a swatch of fabric, length of lace or ribbon, or other fabric to your design. Feeling creative? Try stamping on fabric, or die cutting fabric embelishments to add to your design. Whatever you choose just be sure to include at least one Serendipity Stamps image (stamp or die) on your design!
Want to go shopping? The stamp of the month for August is the Lamb with Heart.
Looking for some awesome inspiration? Our design team is sure to spark your creativity! You can click on the designers name to jump to their blog and find more details about their project.
ETA: Adding the information on the stamp/die I used. First I die cut a piece of fabric using a Cherry Lynn oval (Mary stocks Cherry Lynn dies in the Serendipity Stamps store) and adhered to a white panel that was die cut with the next smallest oval. Then I used the same two dies, layered, and die cut to create that thin frame. The image Baby Carriage was stamped with memento tuxedo black onto PTI Select White, colored with copics, fussy cut, and layered on top with foam tape for dimension. Welcome was die cut with red twice and white once- layered slightly offset and again adhered with micro foam dots for dimension. Lastly, I added some more fabric using ribbon and twine.
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