The Endless Wishes stamp set is back! It has been so popular that Stampin’ Up! sold out of them last week, and had to take them off the ordering site until they got a new shipment. Yesterday they announced that they’ve received more, and they’re once again available to order.
What a great little set this is! Perfect for simple handmade Christmas Cards and quick and easy gift tags! You can read more about the set in this blog post: New Christmas Stamp Set. Here’s a sample I was able to make in no time, combining the stamp set with the Winter Frost Designer Series Paper.
Endless Wishes is a photopolymer stamp set, which means they’re clear so you can see through the stamp when you’re using it. You’ll love how you can position images and greetings precisely without having to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig. You know what a big fan I am of the Stamp-a-ma-jig, but one of the reasons this card came together so quickly is I didn’t need to use it!
This photo shows the little snowflakes I stamped with Pool Party ink to give some texture to the Whisper White banner. The chevrons were cut with one of the accessory dies in the Circle Card Thinlits set. If you love chevrons like I do, then check back tomorrow for a little treat I have for you!
Just imagine all the fun you can have with these stamps! And you can’t beat the price at only $13.95!
Frankly, I haven’t been impressed with earlier photopolymer sets that Stampin’ Up! has released. They just haven’t fit my style, and I’ve had feedback from followers who had similar reactions to the early sets. Perhaps you’ve felt that way, too. Finally, here’s a set that I will use and love this holiday season! It’s definitely more my style than the others.
Since your tastes may be different than mine, you may like some of the the other photopolymer sets that I haven’t shown you. You can view all of them in my Online Store:
Look at all the fun dies that come with the Circle Card Thinlits. The chevrons are my favorite, but I can’t wait to use some of the others, especially for Valentine’s Day. The large die in the set will make what I’ve always called “swing cards.” I’m working on a sample for you, but meanwhile you can see how easily you can use these dies in the video in this post: Thinlits Card Dies.
Endless Wishes could become one of your favorite stamp sets this holiday season when you’re in a hurry to make a handmade Christmas card or some simple gift tags. Although they’ve been sold out for a short time, Endless Wishes are back, so order yours today!