JustRite Stampers are new to me but I fell in love with the unique interlocking ribbed grid surface. The design allows for versatility. If you're just getting started with JustRite Stampers, check out Sammye Jo's feature here on the Curlz Monogram set. This monogram set is the perfect way to get started with JustRite Stampers. I got started with the Damask Borders Deluxe Set . Then I added Witch Way to the Treats, a limited edition set with 10 borders and centers. Isn't it just the cutest Halloween set?! You can mix and match this set since the centers and borders are interchangeable. How cool is that?! The set is available at the Die Cuts R Us store.
Along with that set, the 1 3/16" diameter Wood Stamper is needed. (Shown here is the 1 3/4 x 2 5/16 Wood Stamper.) What's great about this wood stamper is that it also accepts a 6 pt. font in the border and a 60 pt. font and smaller in the center. All you need to do is press the interlocking/interchangeable letters, numbers or symbols into the grooved surface and you can personalize any of your paper crafting projects.
Getting back to Witch Way to the Treats. My boys were pleased that my project included something sweet for them. Using the JustRite Stamper "Witch Way to the Treats" set, I made up some Halloween cupcake toppers. I used Copic Atyou Spica markers to add color with a bit of sparkle. My boys helped me make the cupcakes and icing and even helped decorate the cupcakes. We made 2 dozen but when it came time for the photos, well, you can see that goblins must have snuck into my kitchen when I wasn't looking and this is all that was left.
What do you think of Witch Way to the Treats? Do you have any JustRite Stampers that you want to comment about?
Stop back tomorrow to see what the challenge of the week is. No bones about it, it's going to be a fun one!