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Etched in Nature

grantj

After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.
 
I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.
 
I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles. 
 
I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.

Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.

But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.

 

 

Jan Grant

Springfield, IL 62704

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Re: SU!: Etched in Nature

Linda Bobb

Thanks Jan!
I'm so sorry about your thumb - sounds painful!  Get better soon -
Linda Bobb


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After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.
 
I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.
 
I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles. 
 
I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.

Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.

But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.

 

 

Jan Grant

Springfield, IL 62704



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RE: Etched in Nature

Cindy McCool
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I didn’t buy Very Versailles so cannot comment on it but can say that MY Etched in Nature does NOT stamp fully. The tail of the bird, in the picture and on the set clearly shows 2 feathers with pointed ends. No matter how many times, how much ink, how much pressure there is no way I can get the tail to print when stamping. The berries in the on the spring are the same way. The picture shows a full berry, again, no matter how I do it, with or without the stamparatus I NEVER get full berry impressions like the picture. I’ve sent pictures to SU and they have responded “that’s the way it’s supposed to be, like a pencil sketch” well I’m sure glad I didn’t have to buy it!

 

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After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.

 

I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.

 

I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles. 

 

I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.

Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.

But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.

 

 

Jan Grant

Springfield, IL 62704

 


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Re: SU!: Etched in Nature

Robin Messenheimer
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My stamps don’t look anything like what’s in the catalog. I’ve tried them all with the Stamparatus and three different stamp pads. The detail on the bird is not there. The detail on the large flower is not there. All I see are lines of dots that mostly are not connected. Sometimes the little flower looked better. Same with the moth. Obviously some of the stamps sets are OK or we wouldn’t be seeing the pretty cards. But I cannot make pretty images let alone cards. I’m not even going to try any more. 

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After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.
 
I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.
 
I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles. 
 
I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.

Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.

But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.

 

 

Jan Grant

Springfield, IL 62704



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Re: SU!: Etched in Nature

grantj

You need to call DS. Better yet, e-mail them & send pictures.

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My stamps don’t look anything like what’s in the catalog. I’ve tried them all with the Stamparatus and three different stamp pads. The detail on the bird is not there. The detail on the large flower is not there. All I see are lines of dots that mostly are not connected. Sometimes the little flower looked better. Same with the moth. Obviously some of the stamps sets are OK or we wouldn’t be seeing the pretty cards. But I cannot make pretty images let alone cards. I’m not even going to try any more. 

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After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.
 
I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.
 
I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles. 
 
I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.

Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.

But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.

 

 

Jan Grant

Springfield, IL 62704



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RE: SU!: Etched in Nature

Jeanne Moss

You really don’t need to call DS.  If you take a look at today’s Updates, it’s being taken care of.  Go SU!!

 

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Springfield, IL

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My stamps don’t look anything like what’s in the catalog. I’ve tried them all with the Stamparatus and three different stamp pads. The detail on the bird is not there. The detail on the large flower is not there. All I see are lines of dots that mostly are not connected. Sometimes the little flower looked better. Same with the moth. Obviously some of the stamps sets are OK or we wouldn’t be seeing the pretty cards. But I cannot make pretty images let alone cards. I’m not even going to try any more. 

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After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.

 

I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.

 

I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles. 

 

I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.

Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.

But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.

 

 

Jan Grant

Springfield, IL 62704

 

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Re: SU!: Etched in Nature

Mary K Jones
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Robin Messenheimer wrote
My stamps don’t look anything like what’s in the catalog. I’ve tried them all with the Stamparatus and three different stamp pads. The detail on the bird is not there. The detail on the large flower is not there. All I see are lines of dots that mostly are not connected. Sometimes the little flower looked better. Same with the moth. Obviously some of the stamps sets are OK or we wouldn’t be seeing the pretty cards. But I cannot make pretty images let alone cards. I’m not even going to try any more.

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> After On Tour last night, I took the new catalog and thumbed through it to see if there was anything else I had missed other than all the ways to use the new stamp sets that were shown.
>  
> I noticed that the Etched in Nature set is right above the Very Versailles set. From the pictures, they both seemed to be the same "quality." As I'm looking at the PDF (because I'm at school) it appears that the branches in both sets have some light and some dark parts. The Etched in Nature is just has more subtle parts than the Very Versailles. I don't remember complaints about the Very Versailles words stamping poorly, and yet they are very light.
>  
> I think the "thank you" in the Etched in Nature will fit inside the frame in the Very Versailles.
>  
> I'm wondering if part of the thinking was to use them together for backgrounds or collages.
> Since I managed to pop the thumb on my stamping hand out of joint last night just before On Tour, I'm not going to have a chance to experiment before we go to Chicago this weekend.
>
> But I bet a LOT of you talented ladies can come up with some beautiful samples.
>
>  
> Got the Etched in Nature to work.  First always sand lightly with fine grit sandpaper or emery board.  I use the Stamparatus with a piece of Fun Foam (get at hobby store) to allow me to push the image into the card.  IMPORTANT: Trim off the excess red rubber (not the gray foam) from around the image.  I used the Evening Evergreen stamp pad and stamped twice on the Stamparatus FIRMLY pushing the image into the Basic White cardstock. For any lightly inked area, I used the marker to added more color to the image and stamped again.  BE CAREFUL, the ink smudges easily until completely dry.  I did use the blends to carefully add color to the image.  I use the small firm Blends tip using a tapping motion to keep the Blends from picking up the the Evergreen ink.  Here is a picture of my card
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