Ldn's Reviews

  • Verified Buyer

    Tim Holtz Joyful Song Stamp Set (17 October 2013)

    The stamps from Stampers Anonymous are great. The images always come out clear and crisp. The 'red rubber stamps' are the best.
    I had waited a long time till this stamp set to come back in stock as I wanted the wise men stamps. I am so excited to use it on my Christmas cards!!!

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    Tim Holtz Holiday Joy Stamps & Dies (17 October 2013)

    This set is great. The dies help to make the image 'pop' on my cards. The stamp set is great. The images come out clear and crisp.

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    Tim Holtz Sistress Embossing Powder (08 October 2011)

    This is the first embossing powder I have tried from Tim Holtz. It "melts" very quickly compared to most on the market. The result is an allmost off white-but not the greyish type color. It's not a tan either. The color is very unique and completes the grouping of Tim Holtz Distress line. It dries to an almost grainy feel that once you brush off the "grit" the result is very subtle grainy yet very Distressed. You have a very distinced image that is worn and old loooking.

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    Tim Holtz Distress ink Limited Edition (08 October 2011)

    I really like all the products that I have accumulated over the last few years.. When I heard of the latest edition of these three ink pads, I just HAD to have them. I knew better, but checked all the usual places but they were sold out. Then In checking Scrapbook.com the still had them in stock. These threee colors ripe persimmon is a very vibrant orange,fall like shade. The gathered twigs fits nice between walnut stain and vintage photo. Thenseedless preserves is a very rich purplelike Dusty Concord. These are a must have for stampers and paper crafters.

  • Not a Recommended book (06 October 2010)

    This book is not really worth the information, even for a beginner. There is a picture on each page and reference to which cartridge is used. The instructions on the page does not describe how to make the "cuts" needed to make the card or how you would put them together or even glueing the pieces. The book would be confusing to a new user. And, is way below the intermediate or higher level of Cricut users.
    I would not recemmend this book.