Sharing a sneak peek–I’m guest designing for Flora and Fauna Clear Stamps today as they debut their new line! I’ve always been a huge fan of hand-drawn stamp images and every single set just stole my heart instantly! Absolutely LOVE! See the full project and how-to-make-it deets HERE.
In the meantime, I’m up to the gills prepping for a LIVE class I’m teaching tomorrow at Impress in Tukwila! And, there may be some Flora & Fauna Stamps involved there, too… *wink* Just sayin’…
I have a LIVE class coming up at Impress–if you live in the Seattle area, maybe you’d like to join me! Everywhere you turn, fantastic stamps in both rubber wood mounts and clear, luscious inks, a huge selection of fun washi tapes (my personal favorite embellishment), and an awesome staff!
There is also an AMAZING Grand Giveaway on the CLASSroom! To enter, be sure to leave a comment there, too, by Tuesday, February 28!
ALL winners will be announced at the CLASSroom on Friday, March 3! Please check there on that date to see if you are a winner and for further details on claiming your prize!
If you get lost along the hop, please visit the CLASSroom blog for a complete list of all the designers.
If you’re interested, I share some insights about what inspired the stamps/dies I contributed to this release in the video below, but if you’re anxious to get right to the projects, just skip over it. :)
LINK: Video is also viewable in HD on my YouTube Channel HERE. Thanks for watching and for giving it a thumbs up! :)
Die cut them through an ombré collection of colored card stocks and stack ‘em to create a “stepped” effect. Quick tip:Use a straight blade trimmer (or a metal edge ruler and a craft knife) to cut a straight line to the fold line, stop, then continue the cut line on the other side of the fold line to leave the letter connected to the card stock.
I love the imperfect, “wonky” shapes in this set sooooooooo much!!! They make great backdrops, backgrounds, patterns for so many other stamp sets in my collection, and yet they can also stand on their own and become pretty much anything I imagine they might be. :)
So glad you came by! Please click HERE to keep see what the wonderfully talented Michele Ferguson has in store for you!