New Month, New Stamps.

It is November. November!

I can’t even believe it. I know I seem to say that with each passing month, but this one is scary. Like, I just don’t know where the time has gone! I’m struggling with the fact that we’ve reached this month. Seems like a week ago it was July.

Well, the good news is that with a new month, comes new stamps. And boy, do we have some fun ones today!

 

 

The first new stamp set is Gather Together. November seems to ooze with gratitude and the need to be with friends and family…and to hang out in your humble abode if it’s cold where you live. ;)

This set has several fun phrases and icons that you can mix and match together to create some awesome looks or you could just use them individually. But I am partial to a word stack such as this.

Pretty cool, yes?

Be sure to check out the rest of the Gather Together stamps here.

And now for a little surprise. I’d mentioned that Deck The Halls would be the only Christmas stamps this year. Well, if you only knew just how fickle I can be. ;) After the release of the Christmas Greetings printable cards, I couldn’t help but think of how awesome these phrases would be in stamp form.

So here are Christmas Greetings 1 and Christmas Greetings 2.

 

 

Both work great individually or together! Use the tree as a background to the phrases or the paint stripe to highlight a word. Just ever-so much fun!

 

 

Please note, these are limited edition and will only be available through this holiday season. They will return again later in 2018.

So there ya have it. What a way to kick off November eh?

Oh, and if you’ve been waiting for the Deck The Halls stamps with the correct spelling of ‘sight’ (vs. site), you can order those now HERE. If you don’t care if it’s a beautiful site and want to save about $2.50, you can pick those up HERE. You can save on the ‘blooper’ stamps until they are all gone.

One more thing, these new stamp sets (digital too) are on sale for 10% off today and tomorrow.

2017-11-01T09:48:27+00:00November 1st, 2017|stamps|0 Comments

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