What I got at the stamp show…

Hi friends! I got my bags unpacked from the Heirloom Stamp show yesterday and it was so fun to go through the treasures I picked up while I was there.  I wasn’t able to attend the show last year so it was especially fun to explore all of the booths and see what the vendors had to offer.


In this video I’ll show you what I got at the show and also tell you how I plan to use it! If there is anything you’d like to see me use first let me know in the comments below, honestly, I just want to play with all of it right now!

Here is a list of the store where I got the stuff in order of appearance in the video. If you visit any of the folks below tell them I said hi!

  1. Stamp on it: PK glitz glitter embossing powders
  2. Impression Obsession (Balzer Designs stamps, valentine stamp, take out box grab bag)  (Affiliate link)
  3. Rubbernecker (Flamingo watercolor stamp and Versafine Clair ink)  (affiliate link)
  4. Elizabeth craft (flower dies)
  5. Double Trouble Scrapbooking (The Stacy Stamps large line work stamps I’ll stamp or doodle in)
  6. Marco’s Paper (stencils)  *The cardboard stencil packs can also be found on amazon (affiliate link) *I also saw a demo from Sally Lynn MacDonald in this booth, she is awesome! You can watch her demo here. 
  7. Tessler Crafts (Jewelry kit)
  8. Lost Coast Designs and Carmen’s Veranda (funky stamps, funny sayings, smug cat, dreamcatcher, flying collage ladies, american gothic steampunk stamp) * Discount code for 15% off: the frugal crafter
  9. Creative Vision Stamps (Gold fish, and funny friend)
  10. Local King Rubber Stamps (flamingo stamp set) *Lisa has really nice stamp demos, she makes it so easy!
  11. Denise Sanner from Close to my Heart (mason jar lemonade stamp)
  12. Technique Junkies *10% off discount code: LINDSAY10TJ
  13. Gary Burlin (Wood and plastic x-mas charms)
  14. Eyelet Outlet: (brads, eyelets, epoxy shapes and pearls)

Let me know what you want to see first because I am itching to use it all! Happy crafting!


20 Responses

  1. You are an excellent shopper – I have a small list from your shopping trip – LOL! Look forward to a video on the VersaClair ink pads…and what you think about them. Thanks for sharing your views on your HAUL – always helpful!!!
    Paper Hugs,


  2. Wow – that was a haul and a half Lyndsay! I look forward to you showing how you use some of your new stamps – I especially like the flamingos! The goldfish is cute too! I’m going to look at some of the demos in your links now – thanks for sharing your goodies, have fun playing!


  3. I am not a stamper, just loved your watercolor lessons. Can’t pay for them so may have to do something else.


  4. Love to see you use the view master die. Bought one a while back, had to have it, haven’t used it. Be fun to get an old view master and make my own slides family photos!


  5. I would appreciate an honest review of the pros & cons for the Versafine Clair pads. Hope you have fun with your new treats.


  6. I’d like to see you demo the flamingo stamp. When I saw it I loved it, but thought it would be too fussy to get it positioned properly. I did get a few stamps and dies at Rubbernecker and some of the Versa Clair inks. The inks were at a great price. Wanted them all, but just got a few colors that I knew I would use.

    The show was a bit overwhelming. So many wonderful things all around. The presenters were great. I especially liked the gentleman at Rubberneckers and Sally Lynn MacDonald from Gel Press (thanks for the link). They were fun to talk to and I learned a lot.

    I’m just now going through my stash. I bought a ton of paper from The Paper Cut and Marcos Paper. Such amazing deals. I also got several very nice stamps from various vendors. I had to keep reminding myself to only buy things that I could think of a way to use often enough to make them worth the price.

    Your classes were so much fun. All the ladies were very nice and I did not do as badly as I feared. When I got home and looked at it again, I was surprised how much I liked at least parts of my attempts.

    Can’t wait for next year.


    • I’m glad you had a great time! often with classes you are learning and trying so many things that it is all about the process and when you get home and try the techniques again when you can practise and take your time you get the best results. I can’t wait t try the alcohol ink on the gelli plate, I also did some alcohol ink marbling in a make n take thursday night that I might try again, so many fun ideas! It was nice to see you at the show!


  7. Oh what fun, thanks for sharing I can’t wait to see what yo ah do with it all!


  8. I would like to see the gold fish on a card….nice haul!


  9. I would like to see some cards with the wooden shapes and brads. I keep buying them and haven’t used them. I am curious about how the new ink pads look when used for stamping or watercoloring.


  10. Hey Lindsay,
    So I watched your haul – not so much a waste of time, because I can’t wait to try that Gelli-plate printing with alcohol inks. Anyway, after I watched Sally Lynn MacDonalds video I stumbled onto another technique called Magazine Resist Technique – I urge you to give that a try too, the results are also totally amazing.



  11. Can’t wait to see tutorials with these products especially the collage stamps with gelli prints


  12. I would love to see what you do with your die-cuts. Thanks!


  13. Hi Lindsay, Looks like you’ve got some fun in store for yourself! Great meeting you at the Technique Junkies Make and Take on Thursday. Hope you enjoyed the rest of your trip! Blessings, Marie


  14. What a great haul Lindsey! Love the stamps and dies you got. Thank you for the ticket I won! It was a very nice bonus! 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you come up with!


  15. It was nice seeing you at the show on Saturday.

    Thanks for sharing your haul. Technique Junkies is one of my favs. We happened to select the same stamp with the cups and mugs.

    Any videos with the TJ stamps or the stencils would be cool. I have plenty of both.


  16. Hi Lindsey nice to see you in person at the show. I would like to know what you think of the Versa inks and your tips for the Flamingo set from Rubbernecker. Local King was one of my favorite stops Lisa was great!


    • I just swatched them out last night, so far so good:) I plan of doing a tutorial on the flamingos soon:)


  17. LOVE those VersaFine Clair Inks a lot.
    I cannot wait to see your projects with these amazing goodies, Lindsay!


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