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We have partnered with many reputable companies such as Doodlebug Designs, Graphic 45, 7Gypsies, and Clearsnap to offer our customers a great assortment of stamps and inks along with our Hampton Art Signature Collection.

In an effort to provide unique and affordable products, Hampton Art also distributes a full line of value products for Studio G.

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Graphic 45 French Country Mini Album


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This post is FILLED with the new Hampton Art licensed Graphic 45 French Country Collection stamps!


Gloria is lucky enough to be on Hampton Art AND Graphic 45’s DT and this album truly shows

her talent and love for the two companies! Head over to her blog for more inspiration and information!


I created an accordion mini album with pockets for tags and photo mats for a few photos.

Hampton Art Gloria Stengel Graphic 45 French-Album-1

Here is a closer look at each of the album pages.


I stamped several layers of stamps, then inked over the top to give a vintage look to the cover.


I created a pocket to hold various tags.


The French Country stamps are perfect for adding some sentiments and images to the tags.





Hampton Art Stamps:

Graphic 45: French Country, A Ladies' Diary

Clearsnap Ink:

Colorbox Chalk French Blue, Ice Jade, Deep Lagoon, Butterscotch, Pumpkin Spice, Amber Clay

Colorbox Graphic 45 Decades Antiquing Venetian Lace, Bon Voyage, Antique Moss

Designer Paper: Graphic 45 French Country

Mini Album: Graphic 45 accordion fold Kraft Album (Graphic 45 5x8 Kraftboard Altered Art Box insert)

Chipboard: Graphic 45 Bird Song

Cardstock: American Crafts Black; Neenah Natural White, Cream

Other ink: Close to My Heart Grey Wool; Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black

Die cuts: Spellbinders Labels Twenty-eight; My Favorite Things Postage Stamp Stax; Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Tag and Bookplate

Punches: Stampin' Up tab punch; Fiskars postage punch

Decorative scissors: Fiskars

Embellishments: Prima (vintage trinkets); Pro 31 Designs (flowers); Really Reasonable Ribbon (ribbon and twine)

Other: Office supply (tags); Teacher store (library card); Craft supply (doily); bottle cap

Adhesive: Scotch ATG; Scor-tape, Aleene's Tacky Glue; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares; Beacon Fabri-tac

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Bird Hello


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Sweet, simple and OH-SO-ADORABLE!!!

Design team member Dana Warren made this beaut out one of our cutest stamps,

Home Tweet Home. 

Don’t you LOVE the wood grain details?




 Bird Hello

Dana Warren Hampton Art Bird Hello


Hampton Art: Home Tweet Home SC0399

Clearsnap Colorbox: Die Ink: Brown, Green

KI Memories: Flashback Collection: Blocks of Time Pattern Paper

Pop up dots: The Paper Studio

Markers: Blue and Green



1. Cut out cloud square and distress edges

2. Stamp branch, leaves, birds and birdhouse.

3. Use brown ink pad a little water to color birdhouse

4. Use markers to color leaves and birds

5. Adhere cloud panel with pop up dots, stamp sentiment below.


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7gypsies: Eat Drink Enjoy


Don’t you love the perfect sentiments and stamps in the new release from 7gypsies!? From the silverware to the bingo card and everything in between!  With over 50 new stamps… the possibilities for AMAZING creations are endless! Gini Williams Cagle has a cute card today that would be perfect for a dinner party invite or a thank you note!


Eat. Drink. Enjoy. card


Hampton Art licensed 7gyspies stamps: Eat, Drink, Enjoy (PS0745); Silverware (PS0730)


Pigment Ink: Chianti

Top Boss Watermark Ink


May Arts Ribbon: 406-15-14 Natural Burlap/Stripe Edge

Silver Embossing Powder

Spellbinders: Standard Circles Large

Fiskars Punch

WorldWin Papers Cardstock

Farmhouse Paper Company: Fair Skies

Adhesives: GlueArts Glue Glider Pro – Perma Tac; Helmar Zapdots; Zipdry



1. Stamp the sentiment on cream cardstock. Cut with a circle die to resemble a dinner plate. Ink the edges with the same red ink.

2. Stamp the silverware using embossing ink and heat emboss with silver powder. Fussy cut the images.

3. Take a small piece of burlap ribbon and fray the edges to look like a dinner napkin. Glue to the card base, then glue the fork on top. Add the knife and spoon to the right side. Use foam adhesives to raise the plate up a little.

4. Add a decorative punched border along the bottom edge of the “tablecloth”.



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Authentique: Finger Misting



Hi friends!  Vivian here to share a new technique video (really easy and fun!) and some projects with brand spanking new stamps from Hampton Art and Authentique!  That's right, I said "Authentique!"  I'm so thrilled about all the new partnerships between Hampton Art and wonderful paper manufacturers - yeah!  Our designers at Hampton Art will share all the goodies with you through the course of this month.

Here's a shot of the project I featured in my video tutorial.

Vivian Keh Hampton Art Authentique You are my sunshine

Hope it lures you to the tube.  In the video, I provide a couple more fun interpretations of my new technique I shall name, "Fingermisting!"  If it gets your crafty gears churning, try it yourself.  I know y'all have mists to use up!


Vivian Keh Fingermisting Technique

***Supply list available in description box under the video.

While the card above is modern and bursting with color, for CHA (that's the Craft and Hobby Association show if you didn't know already), I did some more traditional/vintage style projects with the same stamps.

A layout...

Vivian Keh Hampton Art Authentique You are my sunshine layout

And a few cards...

Vivian Keh Hampton Art Authentique cards

A testament to the versatility of these amazing stamps and the wide range of crafters who will be able to love and use them!

Thanks for visiting with me here today, and I'll see you back here next month with some more crafty fodder!


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Echo Park: Cool Guy Birthday Card


Well, here’s your first look at the new Hampton Art licensed Echo Park stamps!!! DT member Nina Yang did a great job with this nifty CAS birthday card.

Stamp on colored cardstock with darker shaded ink colors for a cool tone on tone look! Blue/Green/Yellow/Kraft is a good color combo for boys.


Cool Guy

Nina Yang Echo Park Hampton Art Cool Guy Birthday Card



Echo Park licensed Hampton Art Clear Stamp Set – Scoot (SC0528), Oh Snap (SC0529)


Clearsnap – Colorbox Pigment Ink (Harbor, Grass)

Clearsnap – Colorbox Chalk Ink (Chestnut Roan, Creamy Brown)

Other Supplies

Cardstock: white, blue, green, yellow

Foam adhesive


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KI Memories: 4th of July


Here’s a great summer layout idea from Shannon Tidwell!  If you’re anything like us, we’re always a few holiday’s behind on our scrapbooking Smile 

“I had a little fun with my circle punches and pop dots on this layout. I punched circles in three different sizes out of the same paper and created a border of sorts across the page. With such a big design element I concentrated the rest of my embellishments in smaller clusters.“



Flashbulbs Designer Cardstock- KI10002

Timeline Designer Cardstock-KI10004

Smile Washi Tape-KI10013

Red Cheveron Washi Tape-KI10016

Smile Lines Bejeweled Transparencies-KI10009

Little Things Cardstock Stickers-KI10027

Letterhead Cardstock Stickers-KI10026

Machine Stitching


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Bella Blvd Stamps: Masking



We absolutely ADORE the Hampton Art licensed stamps from the Bella Blvd Sand and Surf cling stamp collection! Designer Britt Bass made the most amazing card using the masking technique. EVERY flower is perfectly placed and the color palette is perfect!


Flower Friends

Britt Bass Hampton Art Bella Blvd so glad we're friends



Hampton Art Cling Stamps: Sand & Surf for Bella Blvd. (IC0226)

Clearsnap Inks: Chalk Ink (Dark Brown, Orchid Pastel, Yellow Citrus, Blackberry), Pigment Ink (Moss Green)

Cardstock: (white) The Paper Company; Cardbase: (purple) DCWV; Pearls: (Spring) Doodlebug Design



1. Use masking technique to stamp flower background and sentiment.

2. Trim stamped paper to fit on card.

3. Adhere colored pearls to finish.



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Design team member Adora Concepcion here! 

The thing with card making is it’s really hard to stop with one. I’m sure some of you can relate!  As you can see, I mostly used the same supplies on these cards except for the stamps. I guess I can’t stand to see the unused half of the paper/supplies that I started with so I end up with at least 2 cards at a time. Good thing is no one can not have too many cards, right!?

Thanks for stopping by!



Adora Hampton Art Fabulous


7gypsies Butterfly Stamp – Collection from the Journey – IC0195

Hampton Art - Fabulous Wood Stamp – PS0535

Colorbox – Mixed Media –Black Ink Pad

May Arts Ribbons, Heidi Swapp Papers



So Glad We’re Friends

Adora Hampton Art Bella Blvd Pink Friends


Hampton Art licensed Bella Blvd Stamp Set – IC0227

Clearsnap Colorbox – Mixed Media Ink pad – Black

Other Supplies: May Arts Ribbon, Patterned Paper, Maya Road Pin



Thinking of You

Adora Hampton Art Bella Blvd Thinking of you


Hampton Art licensed Bella Blvd Stamp Set - IC01227

Clearsnap Smooch Pearlized Accent Ink – Ocean Soul, Sassy Pink, Olive

Other Supplies: Patterned Paper and May Arts Ribbon

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Time is Precious


Don’t you love the classic sentiments and images of the new 7gypsies licensed stamp collection?! Designer Gini Williams Cagle was one of the first to get her hands of this great set and look at the masterpiece she made!


Hampton Art 7gypsies licensed stamps: Time is Precious (SC0522)


Top Boss Watermark Ink

Smooch Ink: Gold Lame


May Arts Ribbon

Gold Embossing Powder

Spellbinders: Standard Circles Large

WorldWin Papers Cardstock

Kaisercraft Patterned Papers: Check In Collection

Adhesives: GlueArts Glue Glider Pro – Perma Tac; Zipdry; Scor-tape



1. Stamp the watch on a lightly patterned paper using the watermark ink. Emboss with gold embossing powder, then fussy cut. Stamp the hands of the watch using black ink.

2. Arrange the layers of the card as shown. Use Scor-tape to adhere the ribbon in a straight line. Glue the watch over the layers.

3. Emboss the sentiment in the upper right corner of the card, using the gold powder.

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Playing with Color




Hi friends!

Vivian here with a few projects to share at Hampton Art today.  First, a colorful card which displayed at the Craft and Hobby Association show in Anaheim this last weekend.  It uses a bunch of brand new Hampton Art/7 Gypsies stamps that were revealed at the show.

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Folks, there are so many beautiful stamps coming being produced by Hampton Art!!!  I must confess, I'm in love with these stamps - the variety of beautiful insects...


The fun sentiments...


and the signature 7 Gypsies style, which makes our grungy and vintage projects shine so so effortlessly.  I can't wait until they become available to you!

As I whipped this card up in the rush to get projects ready for CHA (Craft and Hobby Association) show, I didn't have a chance to photograph progress shots.  But I did want to share with you the easy techniques that went into this colorful project, so I made a whole new project/video tutorial  with some of my absolute favorite Hampton Art stamps that are readily available!  Sneak peak to lure you over to youtube!


The video is ready and available for your viewing pleasure here!  Hope you'll take a break from your day to check it out - you just may be inspired to get funky wit' yo' colors!


***Supply list  for the project above can be found in the description box under the video.

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