Since September, I have had the pleasure of being part of the Kat Scrappiness design team--I can't believe how fast the time has gone! I wanted to stop in really quick and share with you my top ten favorite items from the Kat Scrappiness shop. I love Kat's shop, because not only does she have her own brand of awesome stamps, dies and sequins, but she carries other companies products as well. Her "new items" section is regularly updated with all the latest products from Tonic, Hero Arts, Avery Elle, Lawn Fawn and much more. Here are some of my favorites--in no particular order because I love and use them all! Be sure to click on the links if you want to see them in the shop.
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1. Foilables-Toner Graphics
Using a Minc machine or laminator, you can create foiled sentiments or backgrounds easily using this printed toner paper. In this post, I show a quick video demonstration of how to create a beautiful background using this product.
2. Nuvo Drops
My go-to favorite for creating my own "enamel" dots without the little "peaks" you can sometimes get. The variety of colors both soft and bright make me want to collect them all!
3. Nuvo Embellishmen Mousse
This is my new favorite paste for creating raised designs using stencils. The buttery shimmer of all the ice cream colors makes me happy!
4. Mudra floral stamps--Linen Blooms
I love using floral stamps on a lot of my projects. Mudra has some gorgeous ones and the Linen Blooms is my favorite. I've used this stamp set on two projects already. Here and here. I like that the set includes both solid and open flowers for colored inks or Copic coloring. Plus, with a sentiment included it's a perfect "starter set" for someone just getting into stamping.
5. Kat Scrappiness Never Ending Shapes Dies
I reach for these all the time. So many size options for squares, rectangles, ovals or circles.
6. Sparkling Clear Droplets Sampler Pack
I'm a huge fan of enamel dots. I like these clear dots that come in various sizes for when you don't want the color, but you just want a little texture to highlight a sentiment or focal point. Especially flowers!
7. Avery Elle Snowflakes clear stamp set
Another great stamp set that offers variety. Different sizes of intricate snowflakes along with some nice sentiments will get you through an entire winter season.
8. Coffee-themed products
It's fun to make these types of cards and Kat actually has a section dedicated to coffee. Tons of cute stamps as well as coordinating sequins. My favorite is But First Coffee from Echo Park--lots of great sentiments.
9. Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy
A great tool when you're multi-stamping and need to change colors. One quick swipe and your stamps are squeaky clean.
10. Stitched, Scalloped Nesting tags--Kat Scrappiness
Three sizes offer so many options. I love the scalloped and stitched detail along the bottom of these tags as well as the largest one that is perfect for the front of a gift bag.
Thanks so much for joining me today. All of the products listed above are available for purchase over at the Kat Scrappiness shop.