Tuesdays With The Team | Connie Nichol & QuietFire Designs

I love rubber stamps and I was delighted to recently find new stamps to drool over.  Quietfire Design is a Canadian company that makes the most beautiful rubber stamps in an elegant calligraphic style.  Suzanne Cannon, the owner, hand letters the stamps to create original designs, many of which are coordinated to fit with Spellbinders dies.  Quietfire Design is a preferred product partner with Spellbinders, and there is a spreadsheet on the Quietfire Design web page outlining which Spellbinders dies coordinate with which Quietfire stamps.  Very helpful!

The Quietfire Design stamps can be used to make gorgeous cards or add a special touch to many scrapbook pages.  I was in a card making mood this past weekend and used stamps from  “The Woods would be very Silent” set and “A Friend is Someone” in combination with one of my favourite Bo Bunny paper lines ever, Country Garden, to make a few cards.  I like to stamp on patterned paper – it’s like Bo Bunny has done all the work for me.  These cards were quick to make and the calligraphic stamped image makes them look quite elegant.   I also fell in love with the chickadee stamp.  So cute.

blue friend card




Supplies:  Bo Bunny patterned paper, Bazzill cardstock, Quietfire Design stamps, Clearsnap Ink, May Arts ribbon, Stampin Up corner punch, machine sewing, buttons, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

To view more of Connie’s work, visit her blog, Every Day’s An Adventure.

5 responses to “Tuesdays With The Team | Connie Nichol & QuietFire Designs”

  1. Kelly Klapstein says:

    Love all three, Connie! Beautiful work!

  2. Quietfire says:

    Awesome Connie!!! I see you love that wee chickadee, too! Thank you so much for using the stamps!

  3. Connie Nichol says:

    Using the stamps was my absolute pleasure. They are just stunning and stamp so beautifully. I so admire your calligraphy!!!

  4. debbiesiddle says:

    Beautiful, fragile cards.

  5. Tina says:

    Hi, I really love your work. I realize this is an old post, but I’m really curious about the stand you are using to display these. Where can a girl get one?

    Thank you for sharing,

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