Saturday, July 31, 2010

Darcie's Rubber Stamps - New To Me!

One of the nicest examples of "something new" I found at the Craft and Hobby show was this beautifully decorated acrylic frame.

There were several fabulous examples of it and I was very attracted to the Christmas version. I was so impressed by these rubber stamp sets. The artwork they showcased was beautiful.

I had visions of Christmas gifts dancing in my head.
The company is www.darcie.com and trust me when I say their web site is very confusing. It really does not do justice to their products at all. I loved their samples, but can't for the life of me find these acrylic frames on their site. Perhaps another day when I have time I will seek out the information again.
Saturday has arrived and I am back home again. I am looking forward to unpacking all my samples and getting through my many photos this weekend!

Here are some great links for you to enjoy from my crafty blogging friends.

About Family Crafts

Learn how you can preserve your summer blooms by pressing, drying, or pounding your flowers.


Aileen's Musings

It's Christmas in July and Alieen reminds us that the holidays will be here faster then a blinking twinkle light! Now's the time to start creating gifts to give and to sell!


Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner

Make a statement with your own customized photo box purse - Swelldesigner shows you how!


Crafty Princess Diaries

Tammy shows you her latest charity crafting project, some crochet washcloths for the Global Knit Haitian Relief Project.


Eileen - The Artful Crafter

Learn how to make an angelic mini quilted wall hanging.


Mixed Media Artist

Try using your favorite poem as a starting point for your mixed media art!

4 comments :

Irene said...

I love when you go to these things and send us photos. Really you do such a good job that I don't even have to leave my home to "get" involved.

Sharon said...

http://darcieheater.typepad.com/Spring%202010%20Acc%20Flyer.pdf

This is the address I found for Darcie and the acrylic frames. It looks like you have to phone them: 1-800-945-3980

You were right - very confusing. I think this is from the blog.

Karen Ellis said...

I loved them so much I ordered the whole line. (but don't tell my people that yet -- I'll release it at my party on the 21st hehe) I find the Stampers Anonymous site confusing period. THey need a re-haul of the whole thing. (is re-haul a word? :) )

Carmi said...

Hmmmm...party?
21?
August 21st?
September 21st?
Wait, must back track to your blog now...