I re-arranged my craft room today and I’m delighted with the new layout. I had two chests of drawers against the wall before and now they are back to back forming a sort of island unit in the middle of the room with my table butted up next to them. I moved a couple of shelving units to behind where I sit now and my inkpads are all out on shelves where I can see them rather than in a drawer. I had a huge sort out of my nesties and cuttlebug folders and found a new home for them instead of the basket they were all stuffed in and the whole thing inspired me to sit and have a play with the newest Chocolate Baroque stamps that we just launched on Thursday. One set is called Wedding Belle – launched to coincide with a Will and Kate’s special day, and the other is called Words of Comfort and Joy which features a selection of sentiments that really speak from the heart.
On Thursday I was sorting out the special offer that we are putting together for our Guild members whose membership is now due for renewal and one item that we are putting in the renewal pack is a lucky dip paper pack made up from an assortment of yummy designs from Daisy D, Prima, Cosmo Cricket and Basic Grey. I knew that I had some of this paper in my stash, so I dug it out and used it on this card. The nesties are Labels Eighteen cut from pale yellow card and edged with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink. I stamped the floral vines from Wedding Belle around the edge of them, using the smaller one for the smallest layer. I finished it with a little prima rose from my stash.
So here are the images of the new stamps.
We have a multi-buy offer on the two sets which you can find on the Chocolate Baroque website by clicking here.