Learn New Crafting Techniques for Cards & More at StampingPalaceBlog.com

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Founders of Kanco & Family, Inc., Faye Cornish and Manetta Kanefsky, are pleased to share their homemade card crafting techniques through their new blog, StampingPalaceBlog.com. Step-by-step instructions and photographs assist even novice artisans with putting together handcrafted creations. Materials utilized in each project can be found at reasonable rates at StampingPalace.com.

Explore new crafting techniques and learn to design and execute memorable homemade cards in time for the holidays through the newly launched, StampingPalaceBlog.com. Maintained by sisters Faye Cornish and Manetta Kanefsky, the blog site utilizes many of the stamps, inks, markers, and accessories for sale at http://www.StampingPalace.com.

“People love receiving homemade cards. It shows that you’ve taken the time to think about them and put effort into your gift,” said Kanefsky.

Echoed Cornish, “Homemade cards don’t have to be perfect because they’re made with love. The feedback you get from others makes you feel wonderful.”

All the essentials for putting together beautiful cards, holiday crafts, and scrapbooks can be found at StampingPalace.com. There are red rubber stamps mounted with repositionable cling cushion, un-mounted plain red rubber stamps without a cushion, and clear acrylic stamps for every occasion. With a bit of imagination and some know-how gleaned from the blog, customers can make touching or humorous cards for baby showers, birthdays, weddings, holidays and more. Popular right now are the snowman, winter, and Christmas stamps, including the adorable “Christmas House Mouse” clear stamp set. Ink pads and markers from Memento, embellishments and cutting & embossing dies are available, too. Check out the Bazaar Sales section for incredible savings on many of the aforementioned items.

Featured on the site are space and money savers, like Tack ‘n peel by Tsukineko. The reusable clear sheet has a powerful adhesive that bond to un-mounted rubber stamps, allowing creativity to flow. Easy to hold 6x6 slightly curved acrylic block with a handle, which are perfect for cover-a-card cling background stamps and more are also available.

“We try to think of people’s space,” said Cornish. “Not everyone has a craft room they can fill up with bins of mounted wood stamps. To increase space and reduce expenses we like Tack n’ Peel with Un-mounted stamps. This gives us a reusable block with any of the stamps we have and we don’t take up a lot of room.”

Customer service is of the utmost importance at StampingPalace.com. Each stamp and accessory has been hand selected by Cornish and Kanefsky, both of whom use all of the featured items in their own crafting. Orders are filled and shipped promptly throughout the contiguous United States. Orders totaling $75 or more ship for free. Feedback is always welcome and responded to in a timely manner by a friendly, knowledgeable staff member.

Through the site’s blog, http://www.StampingPalaceBlog.com, the two sisters divulge tips and techniques for crafting eye-popping cards. The frequently updated interactive platform includes step-by-step instructions, complete with colorful photographs that make following along a breeze.

About the Company:
StampingPalace.com – a division of Kanco & Family, Inc. – is owned and operated by web entrepreneurs Faye Cornish and Manetta Kanefsky.

Faye Cornish & Manetta Kanefsky
http://www.StampingPalace.com
(239) 248-5202
(603) 723-9234

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