Get a Free Grab Bag!
We’ve added our mini grab bags to the list of bonus stamps you can choose from when your order is $20 or more. Choose from the Cling, Unmounted, or Sticky Cushion mini grab bag when you check out. Each contains 10 small stamps. See that little Happy Birthday stamp on the card above? You might find that in your grab bag!
This card was made 10 years ago by former DT member Carolyn Hurst using our Pussywillow large stamp. I love this card with it’s beautiful pressed and dried flowers.
Buy 3 Items, Get a 4th One Free!
Yup – you can get a free die – you just have to buy 3 other items too! The lowest priced item in your cart is free. Why not buy 8 items and get 2 of them free!?! Special good through May 28th.
Flowers! Flowers! Flowers!
It’s May so of course it’s time to focus on flowers. You can double dip with two Flower Challenges right now. Serendipity Stamps is sponsoring the CASology challenge this week and the cue is – you guessed it – FLOWER! Make your CAS card with a Serendipity Stamps image and you can also enter it in the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog’s challenge – FLOWERS!
Can You Resist Flowers?
When you pop over to the SSCB you’ll see that our DT’s challenge this week is to create designs that include Flowers AND a resist technique. Each member chose a different resist technique – check it out for lots of great ideas and inspiration!
This little CAS card was made using our Wildflower and For You Small stamps. I colored the rubber with aqua crayons, spritzed it with water, stamped, and then added a bit more color where needed.
Congrats to Tammy Pope for winning our New Die Release Blog Hop! Tammy – email me at email@example.com to claim your $20 prize!
Want to win a $20 Gift Code to use at www.serendipitystamps.com? It’s easy! Just submit a card to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog by June 2nd. The card must include a Serendipity Stamps image and a flower of some sort (stamped, paper, die cut, anything!). One random entry will be chosen to win the prize. How easy is that? Too!
DT Alumni Holly Craft sent me this beautifully watercolored card today. This looks just like the prairie flowers that I’ll start seeing soon in my new little native Missouri garden. And that perfect blue/green jar! You can get both in set plus the phrase “For You” for just $14.95!
Here’s a different angle that shows some more of the detail on this lovely card.
It’s Serendipity Stamps Blog Hop time! We’ve just released several new dies and our Design Team has oodles and oodles of gorgeous designs to show them off to you.
Hop along and leave a comment on all the blogs for your chance to win a $20 gift code off your next order. You have until midnight on Sunday 5-18 to leave comments. The winner will be posted on Mary’s blog on Monday 5-19.
The card above was created using our new Happy Die
and Just Because Small
stamp. Can’t you just hear Pharrell Williams singing in the background?
Today is the last day to take advantage of our 20% Off Alphabet Sale! Save big on a full alphabet like our Floral Alphabet or save big on just one or two letters.
DT member Vickie Zimmer used the letter “V” from our Floral Alphabet and our Violets Small stamp to create this beautiful card.
Be sure to check in on Friday when we start our New Release Blog Hop!
Take a peek at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog to see more Alphabet cards, then enter your own “Flower” creation, featuring any sort of flower, in our May Flower Challenge.
20% Off Alphabets Category!
What else would we pick for the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog challenge for May? Flowers! We kick it off today with an added challenge for the SSDT. They had to use one of the letters from our Floral Alphabet. Hop on over to the Challenge Blog and see what they did.
The image above is the letter “B – Black eyed Susan” from the Floral Alphabet, water colored by the Cathy Ledeker, the artist who created this alphabet. Just look at all the amazing detail in this 2″ letter.
Be sure to take advantage of the Alphabets sale – and throw in a grab bag on your way out!
I love watching the little Goldfinches at my birdfeeder change over from their drab little gray-yellow selves to brilliant yellow – it all happens over just a few days! And you can tell they are just so proud of themselves!
Around our home we are also lucky enough to have nesting Blue Birds and Indigo Buntings. Bright sapphire blue gems that flit through the spring redbud and dogwood blossoms.
You can color our little Goldfinch whatever color you like. Orange and he’s a Baltimore Oriole. Red and he’s a “purple” finch. Brown and he’s a house sparrow.
Or, how about coloring him in Shades Of Grey and entering our challenge – you still have a couple of days left!