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This week, we start our Stamp Highlight with FOUR SEASONS.
The one thing I love most about Mother Nature is the Seasons she brings. Every year my family and I look forward to doing seasonal activities. May it be building a jolly snowman in the winter or feeling warm sand in between our toes during the summer. What better way to document these special moments than with this stamp set in your scrapbook and project life? Four Seasons is also a great set to give additional personalization to any "Birthday" and "It's Your Day" cards!

Looks like it's your day! Our fabulous Design Team has some great projects to share!

Emily created a birthday card by popping the solid sentiment in the centre of the calendar which was stamped on a vellum Embellished Tag die. The 'celebrate' sentiment is from Remember December.

Pearl created a personalized and feminine birthday card for a special little girl who turned four on November 5th. She highlighted the number 4 by coloring it in pink and encircling it with the date stamp. To give the card an extra pop, she added a dimensional glitter gold butterfly, glitter gold paint splatters, and sequins.

Geralyn used Four Season to create a custom birthday card. The circular date stamp was perfect to mark off the date of her friend's birthday, and she lightly colored in the numbers '2' and '3' to indicate her friend's age. Mama Elephant's Lollipop, Bubblegum, and Blush pigment inks are beautiful shades of pink that complemented the card's color scheme.

On this card, Jenn created a winter scene using the circular date stamps from the Four Seasons set. The numbers, arrow and snowflake really pop with the Apple pigment ink from ME. The Winter circle really sets off the card when embossed in silver and the "Hello, I miss your face" sentiment from the Water Blooms set easily blends in. Don't you just love the numbers stamped on the banner diecut?!?!

JJ mixed dye inks over the stamps to show the cycle of the season in color! She used the Embellished Tag die to create a little layered detail. Click over to JJ's blog to see the coordinating message inside!

Laura used the Four Seasons stamp set to create a fun birthday card. She stamped the background with the numbers and created the focal point by white embossing the circular date stamp.

Nichol created a set of Project Life cards using the stamps from Four Seasons. She was able to evoke the feeling of each season by simply changing the ink colors and accent stamping.


  1. Awesome projects, ladies! Each one is completely fantastic!

  2. You had me from Filigree LOL....

  3. I have been looking for a date/calendar stamp for project life. Even though I like my Studio Calico date stamp. Really LOVE this set. It will be perfect.

  4. Fabulous Set!!! Love the beautiful DT creations!!!

  5. these projects are amazing! i continually look forward to seeing what they will create!! LOOOOOVE how they made the 'PL' stamp set so versitle and perfect for cards too!! love!

  6. Perfect set for scrapbooks, and the girls did amazing work with it!

  7. Love these projects. Such a beautiful stamp set :-D

  8. Love this new PL stamp set... I would use it on everything!

  9. LOVE these cards; beautiful and inspiring! Adding this set to my wish list immediately! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Love this stamp set. Thanks for the great card ideas. I am always intimidated by these kind of stamps. Further, these would make great cards for male recipients, one of my design challenges. Cheers!


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