Iron Craft Season 2 Episode 5

Hellooo Iron Craft followers!

Welcome to another episode of Iron Craft! Today I have a superwoman guest! Follow me to the video!


My guest today is owner extraordinare of Sweet Stamp Shop, Mrs. Sweet herself – Nicole Rixon! Here is my awesome video interview with her!


Nicole and I used Sweet Stamp Shop goodies ofcourse! A fun and trendy set she illustrated! This one is actually releasing TODAY! So you get a first look at it! The set is called Artsy Fartsy and will be in the Sweet Stamp Shop for sale from today!



Here is what we made! Me on the left, Nicole on the right!


Isn’t Nicole’s card so colorful and cute? I tried to copy her style closely with the color, pop-dots and co-ordinating patterned papers! It was SO much fun!


Nicole is sponsoring a giveaway today for a $20 gift certificate to Sweet Stamp Shop! Thanks Nicole!!

To win, just leave a comment here answering Nicole’s question from the video interview! I’ll choose a random winner from the comments. Here is Nicole’s question for you again…


If you could design any stamp set, what would it be?


So let your imagination run wild and “design” the stamp set of your dreams! Enjoy! See you here next time 🙂


  1. Ria Montefalcon

    Very good interview. If I could design a stamp, I will do a combination of sentiments using my handwriting and cute animals with simple lines that’s great for coloring and paper piecing


  2. Susanne V.

    What a great and interesting interview! I learned so much!
    That’s a tough question – which stamp set would I design? I love trees so trees in every season would be cool! Also love backgrounds… And buildings…
    I love this Iron Craft series so much and hope there are many more to come!


  3. Sue D

    Great interview and cards. I would design a stamp set with a Barber Shop Quartet theme because my husband and some of my boys have been involved with this for years.


  4. irene g.

    I forgot to answer the question. Eeek! Okay…um…I would design a sun and moon set like those you see in Native American/Southwestern wall art, as well as other Southwestern iconic images such as the gecko, Kokopelli, the turtle, etc. I’ve seen some very old sets from the past, but nothing contemporary and not in photopolymer. (Feel free to steal away, Nicole!) 🙂


  5. Grá O'Neill

    Great interview and I loved the cards. Handmade cards allow you to give someone a really personal & special card so I like to use the person’s name or age on their card. A stamp set that frames or provides a dramatic panel for their name with maybe some small graphic stamps would go down a treat 🙂


  6. Bobby

    Another great interview, Chaitali. A stamp set I would like would include inspirational sentiments. I send cards to our homebound church members and I’d like to use something other than “Thinking of You”.


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