When sending out your correspondence, do you add that little bit of flair?
I'm not taking Office Spaces Chotchkie’s (well Brian over there is wearing 37 pieces..). I'm talking about that little touch you put on your envelopes or letters that make it yours.
For me it's stamps. Some of you have asked where I get mine. This one in particular.
Am I a "stamper"? No, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
I tend to color with pencils, massage them (you guide me, you guide me.. OOooooo right there..)
This weekend while taking a card making class, I discovered embossing powder (see the leaves on the picture above). So I went and bought a heat gun and some various powders in assorted shades. Makes for a really nice effect and unique textures. Really works nice when coloring as there is no ink to smear (you can't help but color in the lines). Where this comes in handy is when working with brush pens, you wont run your color over your stamp and trash you nice brush colors.
Some of you have received by Pot Brownie stickers (don't judge me), or station logos, or homer variants. I try to limit these to hold them things closed uses. Mainly because I don't have a large selection of them.
Lastly, I know some of you are mail artists and I REALLY like getting those in the mail from my favs.. (to many to list and I don't want to forget anyone (see ~cop out))
Now, for those of you who like the snail mail stamp. I will be giving away 2 of them for the holiday season. The stamps ( I just placed a LARGE order from them) are from Cat's Life Press.
So how do YOU dress em up.