New Treasures

These are some of the new treasures I found at the Grapevine, Texas convention. I traveled with two awesome art friends, Jan and Barb!

I debated for a long time whether to purchase Teesha's journals. The pages have never been published before and I found them to be very inspirational for my own journal pages! I am thrilled that I decided to buy!

I love "Lost Coast Designs" and I purchased the coolest images. The embellishments were purchased from "A Stamp in the Hand".

Susan from Stamp Diva made a maze book recently with the cowboy/cowgirl theme. I am hooked. I purchased some stamps from her and I found some (above) at the convention. You can view Susan's wonderful Cowgirl maze book using the link on the left "Diva & Friends". Then you can start your own collection!

I love these moulds. I use them using polymer clay...but could also be used with the hot wax. There was such a huge selection that it was difficult to decide!

These clear stamps look like antique lace! I can wait to use them. Won't they be perfect for the paper doll projects... and all the other stuff I make!

These stamps probably have been out there for awhile, but they are new to me. They were purchased from "A Stamp in the Hand". Sets 1 and 2 can be inter-changed with each other.

I love stencils, too. The snowman is for Kimberly!


Jen Crossley said...

Oh Love the look of your treasure!! You will love those new mould I have them and there awesome you can pour utee into them as well.Great shopping girl

Sara said...

Hey Jen...Funny I was JUST visiting your blog today!

Thanks for stopping by....and I can hardly wait to use the moulds!

Karen from A`Musements said...

I Love your blog! This is my first visit, and of course, it will not be the last! Did you mention where you were able to get your moulds that you use... I was so excited reading about your theatre, etc. (it is KILLER, by the way!!!) that I could have skipped over it in my rush to see more and more...
Just wonderful things!

Sara said...

Karen: Thanks for visiting me! If you will double click on the photo of the'll be able to see a larger view. I've displayed the business card that has all the contact information. Here is their web site address: WWW.AMSTAMPS.COM