Susan Walls' Alice in Wonderland necklace and earrings set are also made with a stamp from Alice Set 1.
Susan Walls' Cheshire Cat earrings are made with a stamp from Alice Set 2.
Susan Walls' Alice Playing Croquet with Flamingo earrings and Alice Grown Too Tall earrings are both made with stamps from Alice Set 3.
Susan Walls' Alice Grown Too Tall earrings are made with a stamp from Alice Set 3.
Christine Kostecki of Canada made this wonderful ATC card set this summer with the FREAKS stamp set. The cards were chain-linked in a cascading drop that was delicate yet sturdy, intricate, and charming!
Erin K knocked our socks off! She made this 3-D stair-step card featuring rubber stamps from Alice in Wonderland Set 5. Lucky Bunny loves it! Visit Erin K's Creations blog and her SplitCoastStampers gallery, too.
Kalman Varga in Canada just shared this wonderful 3-D project made using stamps from Alice Sets 1-6. Thanks Kal!
This vibrant card was made by Anthony Ellwood on Mother's Day 2008 while spending time with his mom, Debbie Scheunemann, of California. It uses two RedEowyn stamps, the backpack character and the Lao Tzu sentiment from the Freaks stamp sheet. Debbie discusses this card in her blog.
Check out these charming Alice in Wonderland creations by artist Cheryl Smielewski from Illinois! The Alice in Wonderland stamps are from the RedEowyn Alice Set #2. You can find Cheryl's artwork at Once Upon The End Paper Goods.
Check out this colorful Alice in Wonderland box by artist Sue Larson of Boynton Beach, Florida! The box incorporates numerous RedEowyn stamps from Alice Sets #1-5. Watch for Sue's artwork in Rubber Stamp Madness Magazine sometime around July/August 2008.