Introducing Joy Clair Stamps Floral Joy

Hi everyone! Today it is time for another new release, this time from Joy Clair Stamps. Being released today, are two brand new digital stamp sets, both designed by Melinda Beltran and THEY ARE GORGEOUS!!!! Let me share each one with you.

The first is one that I can not wait to use, but I decided to hold off until the upcoming Coffee Lover’s Hop. I am so excited to use this gorgeous stamp set, though! It is called “Cup of Joy“. Click the photo below to buy it now!

The second set is called “Floral Joy” and it’s the set I am using for my card today. I do have a video coming sharing how I created my card for the day, but let me tell you, it has been a hectic month and I am behind! So I promise a video is coming soon!! Click the photo below to buy it now!

Why I Like Digital Stamps

Because I have a video coming that will explain how I created this card, I actually want to take this time telling you WHY I like digital stamps so much and some of the advantages of digital stamps. First and foremost their price is a lot more managable with my budget. A normal 4 x 6 stamp set costs ~$15 US dollars however these digital sets are $7.99 and $6.99, respectively. And there’s so much more you can do with them. Let me explain.

A physical stamp set comes in only that size. There is no altering or changing the size of the image you stamp. And don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love the physical act of stamping, BUT there are times I would love to change the size of images. With digital stamps you can do that! Any size you can imagine. Whether you want to make the image super tiny or large enough to fill up an entire card, it can be done.

And you may think that digital stamps are only for those who love to color, and while that may be true the majority of the time, another technique I love to use digital stamps for is foiling! I have not found really good and reliable way to foil stamped images. I’ve tried the new Heidi Swapp ink pad and I’m not really impressed. I’ve tried heat embossing and foiling, and while that works the results are spotty. You name it, I’ve tried it. The only reliable way, for me, to foil a stamped image is to print it off and digital stamps are ready made for that!

Foiling is what I did to create this fun and shiny background for my card today. I can’t wait to show you the video tutorial!

Those are just some of the main reasons that I love digital stamps, but there are many more reasons! Space saving, lots of different techniques, digital scrapbooking, making stickers, etc!

But moving on to the reason you’re all here, the hop!! Let’s break down the details!

All About the Hop!!!!


Martha has a big surprise for you! To celebrate this new release, her dear friend Den Nichols, owner of Simply Charming Everyday, a fabulous place dedicated to creating beautiful and functional products for crafters and their supplies, our supplies, is giving us one set of a Junkie Bunkie and Accessory Zip Bag to be combined with our regular prizes.

This hop will have two winners, one will receive the fabulous set from Simply Charming Everyday plus a surprise package from Joy Clair Designs. The second winner, will receive a gift card of $20 dollars valid for stamp only at Joy Clair Designs Store.

To be entered to win, all you need to do is hop along with us and commend one ach blog. In other words, leave an original and creative comment and not simply “I liked, beautiful card, etc”. Therefore, hoppers must comment on all stops along the way both days.

Comments are due by 05/6/2020 at 11:59 PM EST. Winner will be announced on the Joy Clair Designs Blog on 05/13/2020. Best of luck to you all and remember, you need to leave original and creative comments!

Hop Along!!

If you didn’t hop yet, you are going to want to! I rpomise it will be worth it! I hop you enjoyed it and are walking away loving hte projects and feeling inspired with day 1. Here is the full line up just in case!

Martha Lucia Gomez
Melinda Beltran
Lindsay Adreon
Donna Idlet
Renee Moran
Linda Gorman
LeeAnn McKinney
Joy Clay Designs


And until next time, happy crafting!!

16 thoughts on “Introducing Joy Clair Stamps Floral Joy

  1. Hi Lindsey, I am a HUGE fan of digital stamps for many of those same reasons! I have yet to try foiling with them though, even though I have all the supplies…including the laser printer! Any chance you have a tutorial on that process? Anyway, I LOVE your card; it’s so simple and pretty! That embossed oval reminds me of a Stroopwafel! LOL 🙂


  2. Aww you make me miss a printer more!! I’m sad that I do not have a printer and so many beautiful digi sets during these quarantine days! Thanks for explaining all the details, and foiling is definitely good with printing 🙂 And your super beautiful and elegant card reminds me of waffles, tempting me to get one soon 😛


  3. Wonderful card, I am new to digital stamps and love how you can make them different sizes. I have never tried foiling. I love the look. Thanks for sharing!


  4. LOVE THIS, and your oval is making me want a waffle cone sundae. Glad to see heat embossing is coming back, and I agree digi’s are the perfect element to use foiling on.


  5. Oh, I like the embossed kraft card. I don’t know why, but I ADORE kraft. The natural look is just wonderful to me. Nice design. So simple, so nice.


  6. Thank you for sharing why you love digital stamps, I hadn’t really thought about the fact that you can change the size. I am a stamper and I love it but you are certainly twisting my arm!


  7. Perfect background. I appreciate the idea. That central oval, with the texture, seemed like a cookie to me, lol
    Beautiful card Lindsay


  8. Wonderful to hear from someone who is
    passionate about digital stamping. It’s
    something I’ve not tried but I can see
    the advantages. thanks for sharing.
    Your card is beautiful.


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