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  • Dressing up your envelope!

    It's wedding season and there is so much you can do to put that personal touch on even the simpliest of invitations.  The envelope is a perfect place.  There are so many great printed pattern paper that it's easy to line an evelope to match the invitation and it's really simple to do!

    plain envelopes

    Here are some basic envelopes.  I make a template by tracing the envelope flap onto a piece of paper, you could use a heavier weight paper since you'll be using this to trace.  Then, you'll want to cut that out and you just need it to be long enough to cover the inside of the envelope.  Use a corner punch to create the rounded point.

    corner punches

    I love this corner rounder set, both sizes are perfect for your corner rounding needs!  For this envelope we used the 1/2" size.

    Here is a sample of the end result!

    lined envelope

    This is quick and easy and has a lot of impact for any invitation or card!  Here is a wedding sample set that we have currently displayed in the

    We recently also received this new toole that comes in a variety of colors!  I love the width!  Our tree rose stamp is one of those classic images that can be used for so many projects.  It's been one of my favorites from the spring line!


    I've embossed with it, sponged with color (like the invitation set about), I've watercolored with it.  It's a great stamp with lots of potential!

  • Neon

    You can find hints of neon everywhere!  I love to use confetti to dress up a table for a party!  And it can be used for so much more!  I was thrilled when we found this product at the NSS and couldn't wait for it to arrive.

    neon confetti

    Here's some perfect neon inks to match!  There's several colors to choose from and you can take a peek of all of them on the site but these are my favorite!

    neon ink photo

    You can also dress up any package with a beautiful neon tag or use them on a card!

    neon 1

    Start looking around, you'll be surprised at how much neon you can find!

  • Floral Clear Stamp Set

    floral clear set

    I will have to admit that we are from the real rubber, wood block generation!  And when clear stamps first came out, they weren't that great and were no comparison to real rubber but they have come a long ways and with a lot of research and testing of different manufacturers, we felt like we couldn't resist creating a few sets ourselves.  Here's our floral clear set that was created exclusively for Impress!  We love it!  Our Fresh Ink line works perfectly with them to create these beautiful card creations.  We hope you enjoy our clear sets as much as we do!  Inks used:  peach, mango, strawberry and basil.


    There's so many great products in the Market Street line by My Mind's Eye!


    These gold letters are perfect for using on a banner.  We attached a few letters to spell out the word "best" using jute and a small hole punch.  The letters fit in our kraft stationary boxes  which make a perfect gift for Dad!

    market 2

    I love all of their decorative tapes!  Here's a sample using one as a background.  Creating a personalized tag card is easy with these chalk circle tags.  I used our favorite white pen to write on the tag.

    market 4

    I love the gold and kraft combo!  Here's a few more washi tapes that come in the set.  They are all beautiful.  The polka dot tape is also perfect for a washi background!

    market 3

  • Birthday bike


    Add a fun flowing ribbon banner to the birthday bike stamp with this happy birthday rayon tiding ribbon. Stamp the bike and then use a black pen to draw a banner pole. Notch the ribbon end and glue a small piece to the pole. Ground the bike with a watercolor wash using your favorite watercolor set. We love our Koi set. The quality of this paint set is amazing. The set also comes with a waterbrush which we love to use too so it's a great bargain.

  • Watercolor Fun



    We used our Seattle skyline die to make a creative stencil. Once the stencil was cut, the background was water colored on watercolor paper and then stamped over with the "hello from Seattle" stamp.

  • SALE this weekend



    Summer is almost here! This summer card was made using Savvy's summer set dies and their wave stamp.  The jar is a set from Avery Elle called "bottle it up". The cloud background was created using a cloud template. You can save 15% off your online order this weekend with coupon code "Memorial Day" Have a great weekend everyone.

  • Saturday May 17


  • Ikat Stamp

    Do you love ikat? (I just found out that it's pronounced “ee-kaht”.) If you google Ikat images you'll see all kinds of beautiful examples. These patterns are popular in home furnishings, fashion and now stamps!


    One of Impress' new images designed by Josephine Kimberling is an ikat border stamp. We've enjoyed stamping it with our FRESH ink colors - here we used basil.



    Here we tried an ombre look by using two colors of FRESH ink.. We're loving the stamp. Thanks Josephine for a great design.


  • Graffiti Heart

    I love this whole graffiti look!  Here's a fairly simply card to produce using one of our new word stamps and a heart die for a template.  Here's some pictures to show the steps:

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    Fresh Ink colors used: Pink Lemonade, Fuschia, Red Current, Black.

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