Who doesn't love this little guy? Birds are hot right now. I didn't notice until my mom started having a lot of decorative ones sitting around the house. Now that I've been looking, WOW! They are popular! Even in scrapbooking and stamping!
So I couldn't resist getting this little guy (Less than a dollar!) for my stamp collection.
The great thing is, of course, it is a clear acrylic stamp. I simply peeled it off, mounted to my clear block, and away I went! You can actually see the altered box I made for my mom (using this stamp!) in my gallery.
If you are looking for an inexpensive, high-quality stamp to add to your collection, this should be first on your list! Happy stamping!
I'm not really into birds, but this little stamp was too cute to resist. It was less than $1, it was Autumn Leaves so you don't have to question the quality and it's acrilic so it's easy to store. I know this stamp is part of a bigger set, but am glad that there are some that come individually as you may not like all the stamps in a particular set. I've used him for a lot of cards for Spring so far and know that I will be using him a lot more.
I just got this little guy. At first, I wondered how much I would use it, but I have already used this stamp several times. It is such a cute addition to any lo or card. I find that people really react well when it used on cards because you can't help but smile when you look at it. The quality and ease of use is wonderful. This is really a must have for any clear stamp collection.
I am so much in love with this stamp...and will find any excuse to use it! It has helped me create such pretty cards, and I even use it to decorate my home made note pads, calendars, etc. It's big enough that you can color it with markers or cover the outline in Stickles. Must have!
This was my starter at stamping! Just a little bird - not too expensive, and a great way to get started. I used him with gold ink, and he came out fine. Recommended as a good starting point. Yes, I could probably have drawn him, but I wanted to try stamping, and this was a fine start!