Sunday, June 22, 2014

Wedding theme crossover with Clearsnap Day 3!

Welcome to day 3 of the Clearsnap and Something Tattered cross-promotion! 



From June 20 to the 22nd, we are showcasing projects created by both of our Design Teams. 

Here's a little about Clearsnap®:




Finding new ways to help our customers add color to craft projects is our passion. From our beginnings in a garage workshop more than 20 years ago, we've grown into a leading US manufacturer in the paper crafts industry.
In 1986, Clearsnap®developed the Rollagraph® roller stamp system, beginning a legacy of innovation. Rollagraph® introduced the world to the self-inking rolling rubber stamp with interchangeable ink cartridges and stamp wheels.
With the ColorBox® line of inkpads, Clearsnap® introduced many features common on today's inkpads, such as the raised inking surface which allows the use of any size inkpad with any size stamp. Cat's Eye® inkpads brought high quality inks to the market at an affordable price. Petal Point® and Paintbox® inkpads offer removable plates or petals in a multi-color palette.
Clearsnap® uses only the finest quality materials in our products. When we develop a new inkpad, applicator or embellishment, we put it through its paces. We invite some of the best, most experienced and demanding artists to test it for us. Products that survive and shine through this process make it into our catalog and onto our web site.
And here's a little about Something Tattered:
Something Tattered Design Team
  When Beth began hunting wallpaper for the bandboxes she was creating in 1990 it started a life of antiquing adventures and a passion for old paper. In 1993 Beth’s wallpaper covered boxes we featured in Victoria magazine and Beth’s sister Marilyn Krehbiel joined her in the pursuit. Marilyn’s business Hannah’s Treasures evolved into purveying historic wallpapers for movie sets. Beth peddled her boxes to the coast of California and settled in the west. In 1997 Beth married Peter Neumann, son of a letterpress printer, who shared Beth’s appreciation for the old paper arts. In 2011 Peter and Beth began Something Tattered in response to Beth’s newest pursuit, Wedding Paper designs from her vast collection of antique paper. In 2013 Something Tattered launched the current line of craft stamps and in 2014 the new antique wallpaper stamps were added bringing the adventure full circle. We hope you will share the passion.
From June 20 to the 22nd, we are showcasing projects created by both of our Design Teams. 
We are so glad you took the time to visit as our Designers have some beautiful and inspiring projects to share with you today. We were challenged  to create Wedding themed projects without using patterned paper. The designs you see were created exclusively with Clearsnap inks and Something Tattered stamps! Click on the designers name to see the details of their project on their blogs.

Come take a look!





I made a little Book for your Guest. So you can tell the Mr. and Mrs. some lovely words for their time together. They will enjoy this little book years after their wedding  

Products used:
Stamps:Mr. and Mrs. stamps and the Vintage Sterling Monogram Set




 I decided to create the "Thank You" present for the guests. You can fill in the box with sweets and add a tag with the picture of the happy couple, their names and the date - the possibilities are endless.

Products used: Something Tattered Vintage Sterling Monogram Set, Something Tattered Swirls Stamp Set, Something Tattered J Initial Monogram Stamp Set
ColorBox Pigment/ Archival Silver Ink Pad, ColorBox Pigment/Archival Gold Ink Pad.

To see what the Clearsnap DT created with our Something Tattered products click here

4 comments:

Heather Thompson said...

Its been an awesome hop!!! Thanks for all the great ideas and inspiration.

Janis said...

Every single project has been a delight and joy to behold. Thanks for sharing with us. Your company was new to me.
<3 J

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loulou said...

Enjoyed the hop. Gorgeous creations.

Christine Kiehl said...

Dunja's Guest book is beautiful! Have enjoyed the hop, thank you!

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