November 16, 2011

New Stamps From Artistic Outpost


French Flight is the newest addition to Artistic Outpost's catalogue of unique vintage inspired stamp collections.
In the late 1700's , two French brothers, Joseph and Etienne Montgolfier launched the first manned ballon from the from the center of Paris and flew for a period of 20 minutes. In 1793, Jean Pierre Blanchard became the first to fly a hot air balloon in North America, yet another French adventurer!
This stamp collection pay homage to these adventurers.  It is available in both unmounted rubber sheets or pre-mounted on EZMount cling foam and hand trimmed on a clear cling storage card


I created this mini book with a pull out tag from the new stamps.

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11 comments:

Suzanne C said...

Loved this when I saw it in the gallery. I wanted to look at all the details up close! Beautiful tag and book!

SmilynStef said...

What a fabulous little book ... love finding hidden messages :)

BarbaraW said...

Love your mini book. The pull-out tag is such a cool touch.

ScrappyPam said...

Nice way to highlight that stamp set! I love your mini-books!

Celestial Charms said...

These stamps look fabulous. Love what you did with them on your mini book.
Maureen

Lisa Somerville said...

Love the mini book you created with the new release! Lots of fun hidden messages and wonderful pops of color!

Sarah said...

You have turned out some really cute books lately and this is no exception. Looks like a fun new stamp set, too.

Judy Hayes said...

These images work so well in your mini book! I like how you cut the men apart for mini " photos". Great project!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Louise....this is just outstanding! So clever and creative!

fatmi said...

Wow, this creation is like a small album full of history, that is excellent.

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Lynn Stevens said...

Bravo Louise!!!! You really did a fantastic job with the new stamps! Your bvooks are such a wor of art. I can't even imagine how long it takes to put these together! clap clap clap!!!!!
hugs Lynn

Hope your doing well! I'm crazy busy these days!