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Enjoy The Rhythm Stamp Set

Get your creative groove on with the Enjoy the Rhythm Stamp Set. Whether you’re a maestro or a musical novice, you’ll appreciate this set. It features images of a drum kit, keyboard, piano, and a bar of music. You’ll also get greetings with a musical slant. Add your favourite colouring technique, and you’ll love the results!

This stampset is fabulous for guy cards and those musically inclined recipients who will appreciate the whimsical nature of the images and greetings.

This set contains 8 cling stamps. Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): b, c, d, g.

A word about Cling stamps from Stampin’ Up!……..

They……..

* Are premium rubber stamps.
* Have deeply etched images for excellent detail.
* Are precut so you don’t have to trim them.
* Cling to clear blocks without slipping.
* Are repositionable—temporarily mount on clear blocks to stamp, then remove to store.
* Save space—one set of blocks (sold separately) works for all your cling and photopolymer stamps.
* Have images on the spine of the case for easy storage and quick reference.

I’ve used a combination of colouring with Stampin’ Blends and picking up Classic Ink with the Wink Of Stella brush to bring a little bit of bling to my images. HINT : You’ll want to wipe out your inkpad lid with a baby wipe after using Wink of Stella to pick up the ink so that you don’t get glitter in your inkpad!

Here’s what I’ve used to create my cards above (all the ingredients are available in my Onine Store – just click on any image to browse and shop 24/7:

Product List
Paper Snips
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$19.25

Check out my Youtube by clicking on the image below to learn how I created my cards step by step :

I hope you’ve been inspired to create some similar cards of your own! Happy stamping 🙂

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