Art Fusion!

We are so excited and proud to announce the release of our premier red rubber stamp set from Art to the 5th . . . Art Fusion!

In this beautifully creative set, you will get 16 images designed to work together or alone.  These elements were carefully selected to enhance your own mixed-media art pieces!  Perfect for making cards, tags, painted canvas, mail art, backgrounds and more!.  For more inspiration and to see how the other Artists from Art to the 5th have used these designs, visit our blog HERE.

This set is an amazing value at just $30 (USD).  That is less than $2 per stamp! You can purchase your stamp set HERE.

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  1. Mary W

    Ordered! I have to say that the scribble one is very unique and caught my eye first. But – there are many that I know I will use in different ways – little flower stems and sprouts, that cute tiny loopy border, and the Wave circle stamp is so much like my favorite Japanese painting The Wave view of Mt. Iforget. I know that once I start playing with these they will all be so useful.

    1. Lorraine Bell

      Oh Mary, I truly look forward to your comments! Mt. iforget – haha! Sandi designed that one! And the scribble one . . that was mine! Along with the loopy border! Haha, wonder if you can guess who did which – we all have four designs. Thanks for always supporting us Mary!

  2. Mary W

    OK, I’m going to give it a try. Sandi did the Carved, You did the Scratchy, Rae did the Sweet and Roben did the Bold. Then I think that you all each did a border: You the tiny loopy one, Sandi the scroll, Rae the double sided arrows, and Roben the racing circle. This was fun and probably totally wrong and I know the names don’t match your personalities. (except for Rae, of course). So do I get to count the ones you already told me as correct?

    1. Lorraine Bell

      You did a good job Mary – but you are incorrect! Haha! I did the double arrows, tiny scallop border, squiggles, and scroll. Sandi did the carved one, the flower, and both vines. Rae did the racing circle, the dots with lines, the script hearts and the border with scallops and dashes. Roben-Marie did the rest!

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