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NWD Stamps

Yes, I have my own stamp line.  Each stamp set has the sketch look for an authentic hand drawn vibe.  I have grabbed these images from my own sketches to create a stamped image.  Bringing my imagination to your inky hands.

These high quality Red Rubber Stamps are cling mount.  The stamps come with the image stamped right on so you can easily set your image for stamping.  Each stamp is hand cut, packaged and shipped to order.  

Manufactured in Canada 
 Canadian Manufacturer Emerald Creek Craft Supplies 
out of Calgary Alberta, Canada.

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(This stamp set is available from Treasure Mart, a National Distributor) 



Growing up on Vancouver Island early spring the Cherry Blossoms would bloom filling the air with that sweet smell.  A delicate branch of blossoms for the largest stamp and 3 mini blossoms for popping up, filling in space or create a "Fallen Blossom" look.  Perfect for stamping, watercoloring, embossing and anything your imagination can think up.

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I have always loved Koi Fish.  Years ago I sketched my Koi (bottom stamp) for a tattoo.  Creating a Ying and Yang I sketched up a "Watercolour" Koi flowing in the opposite direction.  The 2 small Koi are my sketches as well and these are tattooed on my body.

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Inspired by a Vintage Christmas I pulled together some of my favourite things to create this Jolly Saint Nick.  With his pine cone sash to the holiday bough this Santa begs to be layered.  I love sentiments and font so in this set you get 4 sentiments.  Everything you need from one stamp set.

More to come...

These stamps can be purchased through


*Thank you to Bubblescrap for allowing me to use your cards for my photos.  They are amazing.*



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  1. Omg I am extremely honoured. You know how much I love these sets :-)

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