Fun Stampers Journey | Spellbinders

Have you heard the news?! Fun Stampers Journey and Spellbinders are coming together on November 1st 2018!  Check out the products HERE.

Here are some fun facts:

1) Fun Stampers Journey stamps are made in the USA of deeply etched red rubber for a perfect impression every time.
2) Their thin metal dies are made of steel to give you clean cuts time and time again, without warping or dulling. And, they’re coated in FSJ green so they’re easy to find!
3) They offer over 50 exclusive colors – matching cardstock, ink, ribbon and accessories makes creating easy!
4) Over 50% of the stamps have coordinating dies – no more fussy cutting!

I’m featuring the super cute Thankful Friends stamps, coordinating dies and Gift twine:

The fox + squirrel in this set are absolutely adorable!  I had to dress up the squirrel with her cozy scarf and of course, she has her coffee!

My card was inspired by the Paper Players:

Next up is the fox:
I really love that sentiment, don’t you?

My design was inspired by {mojo} monday

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by!

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10 thoughts on “Fun Stampers Journey | Spellbinders”

  1. Love these two little sweeties, Amy! That squirrel looks perfect with the scarf and her coffee! Great burlap background, too. And the fox image has the right mix of fantasy and reality. These are wonderful! You always make such fun cards! Bev

  2. Such sweet images! Love the squirrel's sweet scarf. There are neither foxes nor squirrels in New Zealand, so I always get a bit of a smile at seeing them used in craft. The papers you've used are fabulous and compliment the imagery. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players this week.

  3. Oh I LOVE these cute little images. The scarf on that squirrel is adorable!! I also love your take on both those sketches. You rock!!

  4. Amy, I love your cute critters! Such fun fall cards, and a terrific mix of patterns and colors. Thanks for sharing with us at The Paper Players!

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