Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Giveaway for 2 New Jumbo Digital Stamp Sets - Down on the Farm and Vintage Hardware!

Hi Everyone, I'm excited to announce a Giveaway for our 2 New Digital Stamp Sets, Down on the Farm and Vintage Hardware. Just leave a comment here and tell me which set you like best. A random winner will be announced next Monday.  

All of these designs originally fit on a 6" x 8" sheet but now the images are larger digitally as you can see on sizes below. I added so many new designs - there are 51 total, they take up 2 preview sheets.

 

I'm so proud of this set as I didn't have any help from our graphic designer Cindy except to turn them into PNG files. They are all adapted from old drawings but I cut, pasted and drew in many new details, like changing the baseball cap on the farmer in #49 to a cowboy hat.   There is an array of country and farm theme images from illustrations of animals, barns, adorable children, farmers, tractors, country scenes, 2 poems and a hilarious mix of fun words and sayings.

 

Here's a preview sheet of past samples that were created with the original clear stamp set.  We still have a few Down on the Farm Clear Sets left but Our Farm Chicks Clear Sets have sold out and become a large Digital Stamp Download.


Here's our Vintage Hardware Digital Stamp Set which was originally a medium clear set that sold out and now has become a large set with 36 PNG files in black as well as brown. You can use the Faux eyelets to dress up plain punched holes on tags and mini albums, add decorative nail heads, buttons, columns, iron looking brackets, an iron fence, a decorative plaque frame, 4 ornate drawer handles, 2 large keys, a lock, 4 key holes, 4 hinges, 4 door knob plates, a door bell, a 11” measuring tape and more.
 

NOTE: if you know how to make SVG cutting files (or know someone who does) for die cutting with a Cameo Silhouette or similar machine please contact me at craftysecrets@telus.net .  I would love to have these available with the die software!


You can print the designs on color paper to suit a project like light brown, gold, gray, or try bright or pastel colors. You can color the designs with markers, metallic pens or try an embossing pen.


You can change the black designs to other colors if you want something eclectic like bright pink door hardware and I did a past tutorial showing how to change colors.


Here's a great card by DT Leader Kathy Clement she created with our new Garden Scraps Digital Set using the raspberry label. Love how she machine sewed her paper and the layers she combined.


I also have this pretty button card by DT Member Diane Hover she created with our Printable Button Card Set.  love how she matched it up with the lace doily paper from our Sewing CD #7 and added the pink embellishments.


 Our little pop-up store in Bellingham, WA is going great. If you are in the area please stop by and ask Lyssa the store manager for the opening special 25% off Coupon, good for any craft items! See address below

I hope you are having a great week. 
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Sandy Redburn
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27 comments:

Rene said...

Wow, the new farm set is fantastic! Love it and the related samples. You just keep coming up with great new ideas.

Sandra Jacobs said...

I think the farm set is very orginal & love it.

wannabcre8tive said...

Both of the farm sets are awesome. I think the Farm set 2 is my personal favorite. I can see lots of cards made with this set.

Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Co. said...

Ooops, maybe I wasn't very clear - both pages of the Down on the Farm are included in the set for just $9.95. I knew the Farm set would likely win the votes as there are so many images but I wanted to also include the Vintage Hardware set in the Giveaway. Happy you like them!

Sandy

Jenny Alia said...

Beautiful! Great images with a lot of versatility!

BethW said...

Totally in love with the Vintage Hardware-it is incredible. Cannot believe all the detail in the assorted pieces-will be so great to print out,fancy cut, and use for embellishments. WTG!

KAM in CA said...

Love the Vintage Hardware!

Tracy said...

I like Down on the Farm, so many great images. Thanks for the chance to win it!

Debbie Hill said...

I would use the "Down on the Farm" set a lot! I LOVE all of your products! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Leslie said...

Actually, I love both of these sets and would be tickled to win either one of them! They are both gorgeous with lots of possibilities! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

The Paper Toile said...

The Down on the Farm set is adorable!

Kim S said...

Such a great prize!! luv the vintage hardware!

Rebecca Deeprose said...

Great images!! Love them both ;-)

Patti ShabbyPinkStamper said...

I love the Down on the Farm set! So cute! It really is adorable!

DJ Varble-Hook said...

Love Love Love both of them!!!

GERI APODACA said...

I'm Loving the Farm Stamps!!! So Stinkin' cute!!

Tracey said...

Love then both..but my favorite would be 'Down on the Farm', so many super cute images. :)

KT Fit Kitty said...

These are both lovely but I pick Down on the Farm - so many fabulous images! I think the vintage hardware is wonderful too. Thank you!

Polly said...

That farm set is the cutest!! I could totally go nuts making cards with that! Thanks for the chance to win!

2amscrapper said...

I like them both. Even though I'm not a farm girl, I love the images in that set and would vote for that one!

Jennifer Scull said...

all of these sets are really special, but I think I like the Down on the Farm best because of the little boys on the fence stamp.

so many things to do with all of these though. they are fantastic! :)

catherine L said...

Oh! I love it all!

Doris said...

I always get excited when I see your name on email! I know I'm going to see something I've gotta have.....ok, that Down on the Farm is adorable, now to get my overalls on and start thinking about what I could make with them!

Erin Glee said...

I love the "Down On The Farm" Digital set for warm, homey feeling I get just looking at the set and beautiful samples!
The "Vintage Hardware" would come in very handy, too. I like Steampunk and "distress"....could mix this in. This set has such gorgeous detail!
Thank you for the chance to win : )

Anonymous said...

So hard to choose, but I would have to say my favorite is Down on the Farm. JanLB

Judy said...

Both of these sets are wonderful,but I think set#2 is my favorite. I just love looking at these wonderful cards on your site. Thanks for sharing.

Francine Racette said...

I just love the "Down on the farm". Reminds me of my youth.