Ink Stamp Share : Sale-A-Bration

Welcome back to our Ink, Stamp & Share Blog hop, joining myself here in Norfolk, UK and other fellow Demonstrator colleagues around the Globe.

Today I’m using Home To Roost for the first time.  This is a FREE stamp set as one of your Sale-A-Bration choices with a £45 spend.
I love the technique of making a static image look like it’s moving.  Stamp the solid image to the right hand side and then move a tiny bit to the left, with repetitive motion until the ink runs out ! 

Here is a close up so you can see in more detail.
Next is my colourful rooster, stamped and coloured using the Stampin’ Blends listed in the products below.
This close up shows the Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies, which is fast becoming one of my new favourites.  I simply love the way the stitching is on the inside and outside of your piece.  Using two together makes this lovely frame. 
I hope you have enjoyed my projects today and perhaps create some of your own.

Please click on the ‘next’ button below to hop to Janey and see what amazing creations she has for you today. 
A full list of todays participants can be found below.
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Roll Call List

Sandra Roberts  YOU ARE HERE

Here are the products I have used today :-

If you would like to know more about the wonderful opportunities Stampin’ Up! could bring you, whether just buying your own craft supplies at a discount or as a small business doing as much or as little as you wish, I would be more than happy to help.  Please visit my 24/7 online shop following the link below or contact me on the details below.

Happy craftin’

Sandra

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15 Comments

  1. both of your cards are lovely, love the frame one with the rectangle stitched framelits, but equally love the other card too, he reminds me of the road runner! I don't know why! google the road runner cartoon, TFS

  2. LOL, yes indeedy and I read your comment doing the sound he used to make, but no idea how to try and spell it ! I used to do loads with the Motorbike stamp and recently with the retired Wedding Wheels for a customer.

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