Monday, July 21, 2014

Stamp Review Crew: Lovely as a Tree Edition

 Hello Stampers! It's time for another round of inspiration from the Stamp Review Crew. This may be the first visit for many of you, as we were lucky enough to be picked to do a display board at convention this year and you may have seen that board while you were at convention. We would love it if you left a comment on this post letting us know that is how you found us, and what you think of our little project :)
This time, we are featuring the consummate old-but-still-current stamp set. Once upon a time, Shelli Gardner said (maybe jokingly) that Lovely as a Tree will never retire because it is consistently the best selling stamp set every year. I don't know it that still holds true, but I can say that it is a stamp set that just does not seem to lose it's appeal :) We thought it was the perfect set for us to feature on our display board. We had to make 40-50 projects, so we did feature a new stamp set too, and we will have a blog hop with that set so you can see those projects as well, but this time, we are going to show you all of the projects from the display board, and a few that there weren't room for, lol!

All but one of our crew owns this set. And you are about to see why :)

Blog Roll:
  1. Mike Funke
  2. Ann Schach
  3. Holly Krautkremer
  4. Beth Beard
  5. Debra Burgin
  6. Deb Currier
  7. Shana Gaff
  8. Yapha Mason
  9. Nancy Smith
  10. Kerry Willard-Bray
  11. Jill Coleman
  12. Lisa Young
  13. Cindy Beach
  14. Heidi Baks
  15. Wendy Weixler
  16. Tanya Boser
  17. Paula Wright

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