Wetlands and a tip for image searches….

This stamp set has been a best seller for a few years now and now, officially retiring! If you have had it on your wish list, get it before May 22nd.

here are a few samples by the SU concept art team:

How to search for only Images of your stamp sets

We all know how to search google for stamp set ideas, right? Did you know you can search for exactly the stamp set name and get only the images? No weeding through each link or scrolling through old blog posts!

Here’s what you can do -go to Google. Type in the stamp set name like “wetlands” and use the quotations marks. They type stampin’ up. So it looks like this “wetlands” stampin’ up – Click on Search. Then Click on IMAGES. It will give you a search result of only photos!

Some sets are more popular, like Wetlands, but so fun to see all the ideas pop up at once! You can click on the individual pictures to go directly to the blog or pinterest post also.

Have fun searching!

Things are going fast! Remember that stamps will be manufactured until May 22nd but everything else is while supplies last.


HERE is a List of What has sold out and not orderable as of today

To shop visually, click on the links below!

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4 Responses to Wetlands and a tip for image searches….

  1. Florence Pangelinan says:

    So, so lovely! Love the different techniques you used, plus the different textures.

  2. Barbara says:

    Linda, thanks for that great tip on searching for a card design with a particular set. I had no idea!

  3. Anita Ritchie says:

    This is a great tip, Linda! I just tried it with a stamp set. TFS!!

  4. Ginger Wirt says:

    Thank you Linda, It is hard to see many of the stamps retire. I have quite a few that I never even got to, however, I will make cards for my family and friends with the retired stuff.

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