Today I’m one of the stops on the September Tonic Studios Stamp Club blog hop! You should have come here from the fab Jen Kray, and the next stop on the hop is the awesome Ilda Diaz! The full hop list can be found on Maria Willis’ blog post as well as at the bottom of this post.
One lucky winner will win a £50/$50 Giftcard to Tonic Studios and the Monsters bundle!
All you have to do to be in with a chance to win, is leave a comment on this blog post and the other stops along the blog hop. You have until 11:59pm PST on September 29, 2021/ 7:59am GST on September 30, 2021. Good luck!
Winner will be announced on October 1, 2021 on IG and FB so make sure you’re following all of the Tonic Studios social media accounts!
|Ok, so what is Stamp Club you might wonder? It’s not a subscription, it’s a small monthly release with a stamp and diecut set bundle, and it only comes as a bundle. You can pick and chose which ones you want BUT these come in limited amounts, and after three months they will be retired. If you see one you want, snap it up as soon as you can. |
Stamps & dies come in high quality plastic envelopes with a tab for labeling and binder holes on the side. Compatible with the A5 ring binders, available from the Tonic shops. I actually have one of these on the way, to keep all my Stamp Club sets organised. I do love a good organising solution! #guiltyoforganisingallthethings
For my projects I have of course done lots of Copic colouring, because these monsters are so adorable.
That little grumpy one is my fave, especially as I have been super grumpy this week. I feel seen by him.
Luckily for me, I have lots of lovely friends who have been checking in on me and cheered me up with FaceTime chats, little messages and gifs. This card is for them.
I also made a card for The Man, he’s my love monster (yes, super soppy love still) and I combined goodies for this card with stamps and dies from the Backgrounds & Borders bundle.
The next monster was turned into a birthday monster, with a brightly coloured background. On this background, which is made with Copics, I used the slim line bubble die. The negative bit was adhered to a black card base and then the monster, plus a sentiment too, and the card was done.
The positive bits from the diecut were adhered to another black card base, and then a very happy monster, with his lovely sentiment was added too. Super simple but fun and colourful!
That’s it from me for today, but don’t forget to hop along the rest of the hop and be blown away by scary cute cards with this month’s Stamp Club set. Too cute to spook for sure!
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Lots of love and happy crafting from Erica