Fall Look: New Layering Stamp
October 14, 2016

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Sandhills Patty (posted 9 months 17 days ago)
Love todays products. I bought it.
I just wanted to thank you at PW for giving us a deal on the cats eye ink pads.
It might seem a bit expensive, but I bought my set of these inks, as my very first set,(in metallic) in 2004, and they never wear out, or dry out, if you're careful to recap them. Lovely week!
Bearlain (posted 11 months 24 days ago)
I am very excited about this item, although I have not placed my order. In the near future, do you think there will be cutting dies made to match the stamps?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We've added it to our list but it takes 4-6 months for a new cutting die.
Diane Lynne C (posted 12 months ago)
That was me Paulette back in August asking about layering stamps. It was worth the wait. I'm in love with the B&W card. Stunning. Am going to make this card for my godparents 60th wedding anniversary. Thanks for a great webisode. I am sorry I overlooked this one. Now how did that happen.
Taffy B. (posted 1 year ago)
5 stars for this stamping process; now, for we scissor-challenged, could you provide matching dies for the no. 1 base stamp? Thanks for the idea of putting washi tape on magnets. Solved a problem I've been having. You gals are the best.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We've added cutting dies to our list. Thank you.
Glo (posted 1 year ago)
This is my most favorite webisode that you have done, so informative, so creative. Thank you so much, I have become interested in the layering. Again, you know what we love.
Rose (posted 1 year ago)
Love these stamps. Have to have them. I am the one you mentioned in your webisode. Glad they are roses. I am partial to roses.
Bearlain (posted 1 year ago)
This is an awesome stamp set, and I cannot wait to order mine. I have been watching the MISTI for awhile. In the end I chose the WRMK Precision Press. It allows me to invest more money into my stamp collection. I love rubber stamps and cutting dies. I own the Cricket Expression 2 and I have never used it. I prefer cutting dies. I own both the Cuttlebug and Big Shot. Ordering from you helps me to have the scrapbook supplies I need. Keep up the great work. It is appreciated.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We'll have the WeR Memory Keepers Precision Press very soon.
Robin Carr (posted 1 year ago)
I loved the whole week! But most excited about the layering stamps and inks. Way to go Paperwishes!
Bettie Castlebury (posted 1 year ago)
You asked what we wanted you to bring us. I asked for Misti, I got Misti! I'm going to ask for it for my birthday. hooray.
Susan Herst (posted 1 year ago)
A word of caution on the magnets that come with the Misti! They can cause pinching if you get them to close to each other and that hurts!!!!!!!
Pat (posted 1 year ago)
Those were the best webisodes. You gave me a belly laugh on Day 4 when you started. Your company seems like such a fun place to work. Thank you for all your helpful hints and techniques!
Barbara (posted 1 year ago)
Thanks for the tip of putting tape around the MISTI magnets. I broke one of mine in half and I see the other one is chipping. Love my MISTI!
Noralee (posted 1 year ago)
The MISTI is one of the best investments I ever made for crafting! It is worth every penny I paid for it(and then some)! I have had mine for awhile. It's also great for multiple stamping-as in multiple cards.
Elise (posted 1 year ago)
These are my favorite layering flowers that I have seen. Each turned out beautifully! The stamp pads make it so easy to create.
Thank you for another great Week of Webisodes! So many great products and projects!
Carol (posted 1 year ago)
Love the look! I do hope you'll have a cutting die to match soon! Fussy cutting is not easy for my arthritic hands!
Cecilia Gyory (posted 1 year ago)
I love it!
So, you know that means that you are just going to have to create more layering stamp sets. lol, can't wait to pay day!
Trisha (posted 1 year ago)
Nice job on this weeks webisodes! I always enjoy watching and learning! I was wondering about the Misti that is used. By any chance will you have it for sale in the catalog? Thanks and keep up the good work!!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We have the MISTI it's on page 2 of the virtual and print Paper Wishes, item 4011408.
Algarita Quick (posted 1 year ago)
I received this stamp a few days earlier (stamp only personal shopper) and was not sure I liked it. Now, I understand the layering and I love it. Thank You for the video
Paula (posted 1 year ago)
I loved the new Christmas dies for making small wreaths and sprays. I've done this a lot using a punch that makes a spray of greenery, but this will be SO much easier. I also love the ones for tiny poinsettias and ornaments.
Joela Pascoe (posted 1 year ago)
Yay finally my wait is over...at least I know these stamps will be perfect unlike some otherones. Now I need to go see if my personal shopper kit is in. Thank you for all you do for us. Jo
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