You may remember a few years ago I sold blank CD calendars for YOU to stamp and embellish. Well I've been tripping over a box of excess CD cases so I decided this year to try something different and regain about 2 square feet of valuable space!
Each month features artwork created with some of your favorite Deadbeat Designs rubber stamps (as well as some computer magic) and will hopefully inspire some Texas creativity throughout the year!
They are professionally printed on high-quality card stock and after each month passes, feel free to cut them up to use on greeting cards or your own Texas-themed scrapbooks!
These would make perfect gifts for teachers, coworkers, homesick Texans forced to live in less pleasant states or any Texas fan. While you're at it, pick one up for yourself - you deserve it!
Each calendar comes with a CD case that flips around for display. As of right now, I have fewer than 50 calendars so I think they will sell out before the end of the year so if you want one or two or 5, don't wait too long! If you order more than one, I can reduce the shipping!
Only a month away from Halloween! Time to make some new cards!
Here's the new Dancin' Skeletons and Candy background stamps along with the Solid Skull (stamped in Kaleidacolor Desert Heat).
Sugar skulls don't have to be only for Day of the Dead! I colored the Large Sugar Skull with the extra-bright Gelly Roll Moonlight gel pens.
Finally this diaper fold treat holder is perfect for a single piece of candy. I cut out the Big Skull and stuck it on the wrapper so it will come out with the candy. And don't forget about the Deadbeat Dies - I still have a few skeleton hands and ghosts in stock!
More new Halloween today starting with the Halloween Script. If you had the foresight and good taste to buy the Big Ol' Happy, here's one more way way to use it. Also the Dancin' Skeletons in Colorbox Frost White look great on black card stock!
Just add a little ribbon to make a faux trick or treat bag! Don't have any Halloween background paper? Stamp the new Candy! stamp and make your own!
Here's more of the new Candy! stamp this time stamped with a Kaleidacolor Calypso pad. The Dancin' Skeletons stamp is a smaller version of the regular sized skeletons that you may already have... that you SHOULD already have!
All the new images are online and will soon be in your favorite stores!
First of all I have no affiliation with Texas A & M and couldn't care less about college sports, I do however care about making a buck and since the Deadbeat Designs Aggie stamps outsell all the other schools COMBINED, here they are! One day I may make some to represent other colleges but not today. So if you're not into maroon and white, just look away.
Here's the inside of the card along with the Thumbs up stamp.
The Ornament Top is a must have!
Of course I made sure that the Aggie Christmas stamp fits inside the Pick Up Truck!
And if your reading glasses and patience are strong enough, you can make your own license plate!
These will be available soon both in stores and online. And these will be sold both wood-mounted AND in a cling mount set... although I'm not sure if aggies can figure out what to do with cling stamps! Stay tuned!
I completely forgot about one of the new stamps from the last group. I only made a few so they will only be available on the website but for those of you who know a crusty old tart or two, it's a must-have!
I love the Solid Balloon overlapping in all the different colors and you know Leapin' Laverne knows a few tarts!
If you're not into faces on your celestial bodies, a 1.25" circle punch will cover it up!
I punched out the face in a bright yellow to make it stand out. If you know someone with a sunny disposition (clearly not me) you can punch out their face and put it on top!
Here's one more Antique Sun card with the Burst stamp creating sun rays - perfect for these hot summer days!
Be sure to visit your favorite stamp/scrapbook stores this summer! It's up to YOU to keep them in business! Check out the links in the sidebar for a list of stores that carry Deadbeat Designs stamps.