A Year of Stamping
42 CommentsThursday, 22 January 2015 | Admin
I'm super excited to tell you about a new project club that we are running throughout the whole of 2015. It's called A Year of Stamping with Chocolate Baroque and it is a way for us to expand on the work of the Design Team and bring you more in depth tutorials and know how.
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Each month we are producing a magazine full of step by step projects from our Design Team, together with tutorials and tips and exclusive offers. You get the magazine sent to you when you purchase that month's stamp which is a cling mounted rubber stamp available in two sizes (and as a money saving multi-buy).
To keep costs down this is an electronic magazine, not a printed one. You will receive both a pdf file that you can print yourself and a link to an e-magazine that you can read online (great if you have an iPad).
The stamps are super detailed and an absolute delight to use. Each one is a stand alone, self contained design, but you will find they coordinate beautifully with so many of our other stamps.
The super size stamp is 14cm square and the standard size is 8.5cm square and both come mounted on cling cushion, cut out ready to use.
Click here to see the current stamps.
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We have a dedicated Facebook group for the project and members are encouraged to join in and share artwork made with the stamps.
After you have purchased any of our Year of Stamping stamps, you will receive an invite to the Facebook group, but there is no obligation to join at all.
January's stamp is a wintery tree scene, but inside this month's magazine, you will find two projects that show you how to add the illusion of leaves and give the stamp a whole new look.
You will also find an introduction to inkpads to help beginners choose which brands to buy and from Miranda, a simple, but colourful background technique.
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If you have ever looked at Chocolate Baroque stamps and thought they were maybe too sophisticated, then this could be just what you are looking for. We will help you get inspired and get the most from your stamps and inkpads.
Over the course of the year, these magazines will build into a library of inspiration and reference.
And of course it wouldn't be a proper club without some exclusive member-only offers, so you will find a selection of money saving coupons in each issue.
So what do you need to do to be part of this exciting project? Visit our Year of Stamping department where you will find the stamps that are currently available.
There is no commitment and no subscription - you choose each month if you want to buy that month's stamp and if you do, you get the magazine with it.
I do hope you will join us - it promises to be an exciting year!