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Get ready for #memorial day.
Red + green - usual holiday colors used on this CAS-ual Fridays challenge card...post on blog :)
We opened up shop less than a month ago, and have been blown away by the amount of support from our customers! So, we figured we should take the time to tell you guys a little bit more about ourselves. Well...that's us, adopting an overly romantic wedding pose! 💏 Yes I know cringe factor, but it's totally necessary as we have been together since high school! As you might have guessed, we specialise in custom stamps. My wife (June) is the one who does all the organising. Without her there'd be total chaos...ink all over the walls and on the ceiling etc. Then there's me (Oli), who just answers emails and fiddles with the occasional artwork. So if there's ever any problems, you know who to blame! That's pretty much it in a nutshell, although I could go on for hours but we figured there's only so much one can handle. If however you'd like to have a bit more of a nosey, then keep an eye out as we'll be doing an interview for a blog fairly soon. Thanks again for your continual support. We really appreciate it! Oli and June 🇬🇧🇨🇳✌ #stamptitude #customstamps
#Upcyling / #creativity / art / surprise a.k.a. I don't know where I'm headed with this!
What did you get with your #coupon? #crafthaul #canvas #collage
I have certainly had these kind of days :)
Thank you to all the men & women in military service.
#diyfriday #neon #masonjars. How would you use them?