Stamp of the Month

FSJ March 2019 Stamp of the Month – Good Places

Hello crafty friends! Have you seen FSJ’s March Stamp of the Month, called Good Places? This stamp set might inspire you to take a quick Spring Break trip to Holland, after you get inky with the windmills, wooden clogs, and tulips in this month’s stamp set.

Fun Stampers Journey Stamp of the Month - March 2019, Good Places, features Dutch windmills, wooden clogs, a a tulip along with sweet encouraging sentiments.

These stamps are perfect for springtime, and you’ll love stamping a colorful garden full of tulips and a towering Dutch windmill. Would you like to see 5 (okay… maybe 6) beautiful cards PLUS a video showcasing this stamp set? Let’s go!

We Rise By Lifting Others handmade card with red, blue and yellow. Dutch Windmill and flowers make this a darling card for springtime.

Don’t the colors on this card feel like the bright blue sky, and bold red and yellow of tulips? (And did you catch that little pop of green Sweet Candy Drops?)

We Rise By Lifting Others crisp and bright handmade card with pink, red, and yellow stamped tulips and beautiful Dutch windmill embossed in white. #funstampersjourney #cardmaking

This card has a crisp graphic feel, and let’s talk about those tulips – did you notice this card features just the flower? The flower and stem stamps are separate so you can stamp green stems, plus a gorgeous color for the flower – or stamp flowers on their own!

Good Shoes Take You Good Places handmade card with Fun Stampers Journey March 2019 Stamp of the Month, called Good Places. The wooden clogs and tulips are darling nested in die cut grass. #funstampersjourney #diecutting

Don’t you love finding a die in your stash that perfectly complements a stamp set? The grass die from the Border Details die set looks darling paired with the tulips and wooden clogs. Wouldn’t you love to wander in that garden?

Just For You handmade card with teal, pink, and yellow featuring Fun Stampers Journey's March 2019 Stamp of the Month, Good Places. #funstampersjourney #FSJSOTM #handmadecard

Oh my goodness, do you love the fun color combination on this card? What a trendy take on this quaint stamp set. The sunshine from the My Sunshine die set is another perfect complement to this set. The Just for You sentiment from Remarkable You tucks in there so sweetly. Isn’t it fun to mix and match new products with already-loved ones?

We Rise By Lifting Others, handmade card idea with Fun Stampers Journey March Stamp of the Month, Good Places. Embossed gold windmill and watercolor background are elegant for an encouragement card.

Last but certainly not least – look at this stunning gold windmill. Isn’t it gorgeous embossed in gold? Paired with gold accessories, plus a watercolor background, this card proves the possibilities are truly endless with the Good Places Stamp Set!

Tell us – are you totally inspired now? We cannot wait to see what you create with the Good Places Stamp Set. Don’t forget to tag us on Instagram and Facebook, and hashtag #FSJSOTM, #funstampersjourney, and #neverstopmaking on Instagram and Pinterest.

Good Shoes Take You Good Places. Embossed stencil and rubber stamping on this handmade card are from Fun Stampers Journey. The Good Places Stamp Set is the March 2019 Stamp of the Month #funstampersjourney #cardmaking

Not a member of FSJ’s Stamp of the Month Club? Come on over to the website and find out all the details. What could be better than a fabulous red rubber stamp set in your mailbox each month?

Did we hear you say you want MORE inspiration? Be sure to stop by our concept designers’ blogs. Both Mariana Grigsby and Laura Williams have some Good Places projects to share. Go visit each of them – and share some love with them. (Tell them we sent you!) We just know you’ll love what they’ve created! And then – (seriously, there’s more!?) check out this month’s Stamp of the Month video with Creative Director, Kim Kesti. She’s sharing a demo that you’re going to LOVE plus inspiring ideas and tips for the Good Places Stamp Set!


    • funstampers

      Hi Karen! If you’re trying to remove our True Color Fusion Inks from a stencil, you can use our True Color Fusion Stamp Cleaner. Spray it on the stencil, and then wipe with a paper towel or cloth. If you’re cleaning acrylic paint or waterbased ink, you can clean it in the sink with soapy water, or wipe it with a baby wipe.

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