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My Pink Stamper CHA Projects

Guess what….Robyn “My Pink Stamper” debuted her two brand new stamp sets yesterday at CHA. Robyn asked me if I would be interesting in trying out the stamps and making a few projects for her CHA booth. I’ve known about these stamps for some time now and I wanted to spill the beans. Thank goodness she also asked my sweet friend Teri to help out as well. Otherwise I don’t know if I would have been able to keep the secret. Once your done visiting here, head on over to Teri’s blog and check out what she made. I have some serious mini album envy….She’s got me hooked on making minis too.

Those of you who follow Robyn  know how much she loves to stamp and you know that she would only use the best stamping materials out there for her stamps. They are amazing.

Here is what I made….I hope you like them. Lots of pictures to show…

Here is my first project…This is a wooden frame that I painted off white and then traced, cut, and distressed the polka dot pattern paper by Cosmo Cricket. I also used UTEE on some Prima flowers and added a tag that I stamped from Robyn’s collection. The I love You is also from the collection as well.

Project #2: is a card I made…you know I can’t go without making some cards. I used white cardstock for the base of the card and brown Bazzill cardstock that I embossed using my Swiss Dots Cuttlebug folder. the pattern paper is by K&Co. I added some really cute gauze ribbon that I had in my collection as well as this really cute metal heart from Making Memories. The scalloped heart  is from the Gypsy Wanderings Cricut Cartridge. I added two of Robyn’s stamps to the scallop heart. I love this card….
Project 3: Is a clipboard that I covered with K& Co. paper. I stamped the butterfly from Robyn’s set and cut it out. Then I used UTEE to give it that glassy look. The flowers are Prima that I glimmer misted and added a button. What isn’t shown here is the cute little stack of papers that I stamped with the butterfly image.
Project 4: You know I had to make a Wild Card as one of my projects. I simply love the cupcake card. I’ve done a video on this HERE as a part of the Wild Card Series. This time I added the Happy Birthday stamp from Robyn’s stamps.
Project 5: For this project I used one of those band aid tins you can find at your local scrapbook store. I covered it with Comso Cricket pattern paper and then used Robyn’s stamps to make coordinating tags.
Project 6: This is a flap card that I made using the “Thank You” stamp and a “Flower” stamp that is also included in one of the set. I added some Prima Bling to the center of the flower for a little added something.
Project 7 and 8: I did a double page layout for these two projects. I used a Martha Stewart around the page punch for the photo mat section. On one page I did the whole mat and the other just the corners. I used Cricut Cartridge, Accent Essentials to cut the flowers in three sizes then wrinkled and distressed them. The tags are Robyn’s stamps that are all being held together with a brad.
Layout 1
Layout 2
Close up of one of the flowers:
Here’s another chance to visit Teri’s blog.
Here is the info on Robyn’s stamps

My Pink Stamper STAMPS
Stamp set 1: Simply Sweet Occasions
Stamp set 2: Everyday Occasions

They are available now at 
Keep your eyes open for more stamps sets from Robyn.


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