Tim Holtz Cling Stamps - Crazy Talk

Tim Holtz - Stampers Anonymous


$45.00




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Crazy Talk ... 33 rubber stamps by Tim Holtz (cms236) - greetings and sayings for journals, cardmaking, anything!

Crazy Talk includes over 30 precut, ready to use stamps that are useful for so many things. Phrases include 'what the?', 'a little birdie told me' and 'i love you' - designed by Tim Holtz. 

These are perfect for cardmaking, memory keeping, scrapbooking, art journaling, mixed media as well as all kinds of visual arts and papercraft projects.

It also includes the regular sayings - Happy Birthday, Celebrate, I'm Sorry, Thank You, Get Well Soon, Thinking of You, Congratulations, Happy Valentine's Day, Happy Easter, Happy 4th of July, Happy Halloween and Merry Christmas.

Two typeface styles are used for the greetings and words as you can see from the picture - a beautiful loose script and a tall narrow block uppercase. 

Sizes approx : 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY' is 3/8" x 1 7/8" wide, 'a little birdie told me' (script) is 5/16" x 2 13/16" wide.

Use rubber stamps with inkpads, ink sprays, reinkers, watercolour or acrylic paints, stains, markers and watersoluble crayons with gel printing plates, scrapbooking, card making, journaling, mixed media, papercrafts, visual arts of any kind!

This set of cling rubber stamps are made of high quality red rubber, with each design deeply etched, neatly trimmed and mounted onto thick foam cushioning.  They also have the design printed onto the backs, to make identifying and placement alot easier.

Use with any clear acrylic stamping blocks, Dylusions journaling blocks and Tim Holtz Grid Blocks (all also available, each sold separately). 
The cling foam cushioning enables easy positioning, accurate repositioning and convenient storage (it clings to the included backing sheet).

Backing sheet for storing is included. It is 17.7cm x 21.5cm (7in x 8.5in) with 3 holes for easy storage. Keep inside a binder, on a bookshelf or in a shoebox.

Designed by Tim Holtz, made by Stampers Anonymous.