Saturday, March 9, 2013


Hi Everyone,
    If you are looking for something a little different in stamps, Kaszazz may have what you are looking for. They are an all Australian company that also stock Tim Holtz/Ranger products as well as their very own designed stamps made in Australia. I have been using their stamps for a few months now & find them to be a very well made product at a reasonable price. I found with some makes of stamps that you might only want 1 or 2 of the stamps but have to buy the whole set (with ones you don't like) to get those 1 or 2. Kaszazz has a high quality product, with quite I few being single stamps. In their 12x12 sheets of card stock, one side has a texture, where the other side is smooth. In their specialty card stock, you don't have to buy a whole set (this also goes for the plain colours), you can order one or more of each, they do have sets with co-ordinating plain card stock as well. All their specialty papers are double sided too.
     I love the sets you can get that have all you need to make that project, which you don't have to stay strictly to their guidelines either, you can place your our twist on your cards/ scrapbook page/ 3D project.
     So if you would like to have a look at what is available, please go to the top of my blog (under the title) click on "Kaszazz" & have a look at the catalogues. Everything is available..... AND... They don't retire stamps every year!!!!
For those that like a bit of "Aussie design" look at the Main Catalogue from page 114 "Earth Elements" pages 126 onwards has the "All Boy" section which has an Australian car, beer mugs, & other male elements. Oh and the 1950's Collection has a "retro car" which I think most of us know what that is..... on page 64.
    The wording (spelling) is Australian too e.g. Mum instead of Mom (the USA version) for one. There are Owls!!! Asian inspired stamps!!! Retro Style!!! Christmas without all the snowmen & northern hemisphere weather for Christmas (only a couple with snowflakes, etc.). So please have a stroll through the pages & let me know if you decide you'd like anything from the catalogues.
Take care,

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