Wednesday, February 21, 2018

This is Not a Mushroom Soup Recipe


If you were looking for a soup recipe, you've got to keep searching. However, we have some really cool stamped artwork to show you with our new mushroom stamps! Or is it toadstools? Fungi? You know, those funny little thingies.... Fun-gies!

All the lovely artwork below were made by our DT Donna Gray, who also hand carved the stamps from which these rubber stamps then were made by Rubber Dance. This new sheet of rubber stamps is called Carved Whimsy Wood and you can find it here - on sale all throughout February, along with the other new stamp sheet called Four Seasons, designed for Rubber Dance by our DT Melina Dahl.

Let's start with this tag - can you guess what Donna did here?




If you guessed that she stamped the image on an MDF tag, then burnt the toatstool image and grass with a pyro pen, you're absolutely right! The image was coloured using Faber Castell Pitt Brush pens, adn white Posca pen for the highlights. How cool is that??

Here are som more:






Last, but not least - Donna stitched this one!


Fabulous - my words exactly!!


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A closer look at both stamp sheets,

 


Thank you for stopping by!

We wish you all a fun(-gie) and creative day :-)





8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous stamps and what amazing ways to use them! xx

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  2. These are really beautiful. I love that one with the whippy top. Hugz

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  3. Really awesome samples dear Donna❣️

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  4. Wow I didn’t realise I’d made so many samples!! Thank you ladies for all your lovely comments 😍😍😍
    hugs
    Donna xx

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  5. Donna has been so creative with her designs! And no I would never have guessed she used pyrography for that first card...

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  6. Beautiful samples!!! They are gorgeous.

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  7. I think I am going to have sooo much fun with these mushies. Great cards!
    Dot x

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