There are good things in life that it is always sad to see go. Personal Stamp Exchange is one of them. They produced some of the most amazing rubber stamps I have ever seen. Unfortunately they are no longer in business and you can only buy their stamps on eBay or in crafts bazaars. I am blessed that my sister-in-law used to own a stamp store and that after she closed, she kept a large inventory of them to use in another business she started: stamping classes.
Last Christmas, she stamped all the stamps she had for me so I can use them as I wish. I have now hundreds and hundreds of those beautiful images and sometimes it is so hard to chose one because they are all gorgeous.
I am working presently on my Thanksgiving cards. I used mostly my own digistamps, but for my parents I wanted to do something a bit more classic. After spending a long time looking at all the rubber stamps and digistamps I own; I just could not find something that caught my attention. Then I remembered the stack of images my sister-in-law gave me and I found this beautiful stamp called Sunflower Wreath. I was such a fun image to colour. I kept the design simple in order to make the image the center of the attention. The paper is by Provo; I bought it years ago and never really found use for it. I think is worked pretty well together.
Stamp: PSE - Sunflower Wreath
Copics: E13, E18, E71, E74, G82, G99, R59, V99, Y15, Y19, YR12, YR16, & YR18