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Introducing Stamper Surveys
Frequently I ask myself: I wonder what stampers think about this issue or that idea. I've long been meaning to poll our newsletter readers regarding their thoughts, and I've given up on the idea of an exhaustive, one-time survey. Surely, I'd forget to ask something. So, I'll be posting new small surveys periodically to ask you the questions that ricochet around my cranium. I invite you to answer a few questions, provide your opinions and be automatically entered to win FREE stamps from Third Coast. Your feedback is valuable to us, so each month we'll reward you by drawing 5 winners from all of the responders. To win, you must participate!
New Art in the Customer Gallery
Featured Stamp Artist: Diana Collier
Diana stamps very large and elaborate scenes. These four panes are detail from scenes that are posted in our Customer Gallery. Click here to see the entire scenes.
Diana states: "I use glossy card stock Marvy Matchables Ink and Le Plume Markers, and daubers by Tsukineko. They give that nice airbrush effect. Most of the time, my ideas for a scene come to me at night when I can't sleep. This is usually the hard part, to think up a theme, and then sometimes it comes easily when I see something that inspires me. When I can stay with it, it takes me about two days to finish a scene."
Featured Submission: by Beverly
Images used: CH-687-I, Einhorn, $4.25; CH-688-H, Lemura; $4.00; ES-191-I, Rocky Cove, $4.25; FA-237-H, Distant Hills, $4.00. Source cracked earth - Stampscapes; other images unknown.
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