Hello Some Odd Girl Fans!  

Kimberly Wiener here!

I wanted to show you a clean and simple card featuring the Super Mae Digi Stamp!  

Here she is, strong and powerful, and also FUN and free.  To celebrate Mae’s strength I have added a really bold sentiment from the Moulin Mae Clear Stamp Set.  

I can picture her bounding across rooftops to save the day.  This is the perfect image and sentiment to send to a friend that is going through a rough time or ailment to cheer them up and cheer them on!


I can’t wait to see you make some really fun cards for Halloween!

We MIGHT have something really spooky and awesome up our
sleeves, and it MIGHT be coming this Friday!  Watch this space!  😀

We would love to see your fave Some Odd Girl costume-themed stamps all colored up and to make sure we don’t miss your fab creations tag it with #SOMEODDGIRL and don’t forget to join the huge ODDtoberfest celebration in our Facebook Community!


Stay Odd, friends!

Kimberly Wiener

 Hello oddies, Ellen here!!

Today I have a special tutorial for you; how to clean your stamps. The next pictures explain it step by step:

1. What do you need? One bowl with one drop of dishwashing liquid (don’t take too much soap!).  Another bowl with just clean water.  Your dirty stamps and some paper towels.

2. Take your stamps and let them soak for a few minutes in water with dish soap. After that you can rub some more ink of your stamps with your fingers (be careful for your sentiment stamps).

3. The next step is to put them in the bowl with water to wash off the soap.

4. Let them air dry on the paper towel. They are not only completely clean, but the stamps will stick better too on acrylic block.  Depending on the ink you use, there may always be some staining, but it will not impact the quality of the image!

Easy peasy!  Dishwashing liquid is very gentle on stamps and is a very safe way to clean them.  Plus you can bang out a whole bunch of stamps at once if you have a tendency to stamp and stick them right back in the package!  (Or, if you’re OCD like many people, you clean them immediately after stamping before putting them away!)

Happy ODDtoberfest, Oddies!  We hope to see you in the Facebook Community, where there are lots of fun challenges going on!  OH!  And remember to sign up for our newsletter so you’re always the first to get all the biggest and latest Some Odd Girl news!

Hello, Oddies, and happy stinkin’ FRI-YAY to you all!

We are thrilled the weekend has arrived, we have been having a TON of fun in the Facebook Community for ODDtoberfest (we celebrated Kristy‘s birthday on Monday and there’s a party going on!) and we hope you’ll join us throughout the month as the festivities continue!

Leah here, and I want to take a quick moment to encourage you all to EMBRACE THE ODD!  I know it’s not always easy to be the one who acts differently, or looks different, or likes things nobody else seems to like.  I’ve always been one to go against the grain, and recently I took a look in the mirror to find a quirky, blonde 41-year-old Leah staring back at me.  And I realized I love this me, just the way she is! 

So, today, for every single ODDIE following this blog, or stumbling by for a little word of encouragement and support, I SALUTE YOU!  Happy Friday!