Friday, August 31, 2012

Sister Stamps Release #9 -BFF's

Welcome to the second day of Sister Stamps release #9!  Today I'm featuring this adorable "BFF's" stamp and what a cute image this is!  I used SU's petal cone die and created this birthday hat favor from acetate and filled it with peanut M&M's.  I saw this idea HERE and decided to give it a whirl.  A dear friend's birthday is coming up and I think I'll use this as a topper on her present!  Another idea would be to use them as favors to decorate a table...very festive!

If you'd like to win this stamp, just FOLLOW THIS BLOG and post a comment on THIS post.  Winners will be announced tomorrow, September 1 so come back and check if you're a winner.  The stamps for this release will be available for purchase on September 1 and you can find retail locations on the Sister Stamps blog.

Our guest designer this month is Cindy so please stop by show her some love.  And of course, don't forget Sister Stamp's official blog, too.  

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Sister Stamps BFF's
DP:  Various Doodlebug
Punch: SU Word Window
Copics, Stickles, Acetate


  1. that's so cute! i don't think i've seen that kind of a party hat before. love those little girls!

  2. Wow what a creative creation!!!! love the new stamp too! They are soo darn adorable!!! Have an awesome weekend!!!

  3. I love how you made the obis on their kimonos sparkle; such a cute stamp! It will make a cute topper on your gift. The party hats will also make great party favors!

  4. Wow, I would love a party hat from you - that is so cool! How did you make it?

  5. What an adorable stamp and such a cute way to use it!

  6. What a super adorable creation for an super cute stamp. Anyone would be lucky to have it as a topper to their present or as favors to decorate a table. I am sure the friend that you are planning to give it to will love it. Thanks for a chance to win some blog candy!

  7. This is just too cute! Love the idea of using this as a gift topper. Really enjoy looking at your coloring and creations. Oh yeah, love your use of stickles, too. :)