Lavinia Stamps

I had a lovely surprise enclosed with our latest delivery of stamps, a collection of cards from Lavinia Stamps. I have long been a fan and indeed have several pieces from demonstrations as I watched them taking shape at the NEC when we used to be sited opposite each other at the big craft show every November.

If you haven’t played with these stamps before, they are both fun and produce beautiful results. The stamps themselves are very reasonable I feel and collecting them can become a temptation! I would advise not using Stazon inks with them and a good tip is that they do produce a range of lovely backgrounds that make using the stamps to make wonderful projects, even easier.

Just thought I would like to share these with you all!

We stock a growing number of Lavinia Stamps and Scenescapes – why not have a browse by clicking here.


2 replies
  1. PEARL FARRIER says:

    Hi Joanna, I do love these stamps and have made a very nice Birthday card using several layers to create a tunnel style card with a stamped and coloured velum page at the back using Lavinia fairy and foliage stamps. The light shines through the card so no need for lights (I do make cards using lights too). Each layer has a different die cut like flowers, toadstools and animals for a magical country scene and concertinas down to fit into a box – which I have just perfected. The fairies are not too big or small and fit a lot of scenes. I love the additional trees and houses too. Enchanting! I shall be looking on your website to see the latest Lavinia stamps.

  2. denise stocks says:

    Hi Joanna, Lovely cards, I don’t do well with stamps, got loads but not my first go too.
    I seem to get in a mess. Need some lessons I think. One day! Nice to have your blog back. Denise


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