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Topflight Stamps - Stamperia

     Hi Everyone,

It's Topflight Stamps day! 
This week we are featuring stamps by Stamperia.
Stamperia makes vintage stamp motifs using red rubber - for sure the best stamping material. 
Now vintage is not really my thing, so I struggled a bit......

I decided to make a bookmark with this book pile stamp. I really liked that one. And I could use another bookmark anyhow.
I rummaged through my stash of paper pads and found one I thought was suited as background. Stamped on it and colored with Copics. The stamp set did not come with a sentiment, so I went with this one by Visible Image Stamps. In the end i could not resist to put on the little sassy mouse from Katzelkraft, since I thought the bookmark was a bit lopsided. Used some slimline dies to cut out my bookmark.

I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 
See you next week with more Topflight Stamps inspiration.

Here are the stamp supplies I used:
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conil said…
So glad the word "vintage" didn't stop you. Undaunted you went on to create a truly great bookmark. Adding the sassy mouse is a bonus.
Flo said…
Mit diesem Lesezeichen macht Lesen noch viel mehr Spass!!!
Carol Cel said…
This is perfect!!! Love everything about it.
Beautiful card design. I love the stack of books.
Kim Heggins said…
Absolutely love your wonderful card, so inspiring!

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