FYI(semi commercial) BRAND New INK Pad Out

Just when you thought there was enough ink pads in the world to do just about every job your heart desired...here comes another one...Clearsnap, the company that does Colorbox chalk, Ancient page, and Style Stones just came out with a new ink pad/re-inker called MICAMAGIC Comes in 13 colors and is a fast dying pigment ink plus has re-inkers. NOT recommended for embossing, but can be heat set..Great for paper, shrink plastic, Style Stones (of course)and even polymer clay. I doubt anyone has seen this one yet..as they just introduced it at ACCI this past weekend. In addition to the NEW ink pad, there is a whole new line of Style Stones to make you drool with envy. If you need more info, just let me know..I plan to order some next week or so,
Hope you enjoyed the insight into a new product thanks debbie Rio Grande Traders
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Debbie Hamann
OK, I know I'm hopelessly out of the stamping products loop (my local stamp store has gone completely scrapbooky, and I haven't read a Somerset Studio in months) - but what's a Style Stone?
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Pat Kight
Clearsnap introduced Style Stones last year. They are made of a wood and clay combination. Come in a variety of designs, frames, and even tiny tags. You can color them with chalk ink pads, Brillance, and now MicaMagic pads. They are small, come 4 to a package. Would make a great embellishment for altered book, scrapbook page, card, etc. The ones that I have in stock are pre-drilled which means you can also do jewelry, One of the samples from Clearsnap was they took a frame style stone and made a stained glass hanging....because the frame is pre-drilled, they slipped glass stones thru the middle and then hung it. Very beautiful. Scrap and Stamp magazine Oct 2004 which was just released has a big article of style stones with sample projects. Hope this helps......and you are RIGHT, scrapbookers have not discovered these as yet and alot of the stamping stores are giving up their stamp sections and headed in that direction...too sad for my thinking
debbie
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Debbie Hamann
Thanks, Debbie. I went to the Clearsnap site and got a look at them - pretty nifty!
I'm sure I'll go back to my stamps after I get a bit of the knitting newness out of my system. Heck, I've even been day-dreaming about ways I might combine the two!
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Pat Kight
Pat... how about beads with the yarn, woven through a stamped image, and then add clay designs with a little bit of wire for embellishing the embellishments,,, VBG... Louise, who has returned to knitting Irish cables and lace, while taking a respite from stamping and claying and wiring and painting....
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Louise
*grin* Embellishing the embellishments. A woman after my own heart. (-:
Cables and lace are still beyond me, I'm afraid, but I'm making some darned nifty little felted purses.
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Pat Kight
I am also taking a break from stamping and knitting an afghan--southwestern theme....hmmm...yes, you could combine stamped images and knitting...how about shrink plastic with punched holes that could be sewn into the project like buttons???? The Style Stones come pre-drilled and could also be stitched into a knitted project.. Hey PAT--we might start a whole thing with stamps and knitting.
debbie
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Debbie Hamann

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