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Meet the fabulous members of the
Rubber Dance Design Team

Cornelia Wenokor:

My name is Cornelia – otherwise known as fun stamping, which translates into Stempel Spass – the
name of my blog. I am originally from Germany, hence my blog name, which just means fun stamping. For over 20 years I have been living in New Jersey with my husband and our younger son. Our daughter right now lives in Germany and is doing her masters degree. I am working full time and like to spend my evenings creating cards. I have been totally hooked now for about 6 years. I mainly do CAS cards, but occasionally I like to experiment with other styles. Besides card making I enjoy photography, baking, cooking, hiking, biking, reading, classical and all sorts of ethnic music. In addition, I love to travel!
Somehow my days are always too short...
You can find me here:

Dot Leathbridge:

Hi, I'm Dot Leathbridge and I live in Australia.  My 2 boys are grown now often pop in and are my greatest supports.  Love them heaps.  I live near the sea and love going out in a  whaleboat every now and then with friends.  There's nothing quite like being out on the water for clearing your mind.
My first stamp was bought at a stamp party when the kids were little and I was instantly hooked.  After a long break I started again from scratch 7 years ago. The world of stamping had changed, with new products, stamps, techniques...and it has been exciting every since.  i love experimenting with stamps and ink.  Take classes. Give classes. And generally spread the love of being crafty.
Bringing a stamp to life and having it tell a story, or give a feeling, makes me happy.

Sue Davies:

Hi, my name's Sue, known in blogland as Sue The Iron.
I've been crafting for about ten years now, and rubber stamps, ink and paint are my passions, along with stencils and pastels.
I retired from work last year so should have lots more time to play - I don't know what happened here but I seem to be busier than ever.
I'm thrilled to be joining the new Rubber Dance Challenge Team and look forward to playing with these wonderful stamps.
Here's to getting inky!

Melina Dahl:
Stamp Designer

My name is Melina and I live in Sweden with my husband and 4 children. I work as a physiotherapist.
In my spare time I love to be creative. I find it really therapeutic and is my way to charge my batteries . It all started several years ago with cardmaking and scrapbooking albums for my children. The last year, or so, I've started to play more and more with mixed media and art journaling. I love the creative process and the calmness it gives me.

Gail aka ionabunny
DT Coordinator

Hi, my name is Gail, aka ionabunny, and I live in Rogaland, Norway with my partner.  I moved to Norway 10 years ago from England.  I have always enjoyed crafting, but making cards and playing with paper and colours are my favourite things to do.  I like to learn new techniques and describe my style as often simple, seldom clean.  I make mostly cards, ATC's and tags and love mixed media.  I am very pleased to be a part of the Rubber Dance design team and hope that some of you will find inspiration in the things I make.  Hugz
My blog:

Susanne Rose:
Creative Director, Stamp Designer

I'm Susanne Rose from Germany, mum of two lovely kids and a full time crafter, mixed media artist and the creative director of Rubber Dance. After Bibi Lindahl, the former owner of Rubber Dance decided to retire, my husband took over the business.
I started painting with acrylics when I was about 15 years old. I took a break with "messing around" after my study because I started with photography and some graphic design. After my daughter was born, I became a scrapbooker and my passion started growing. Now I love creating cards, mini albums, art journal pages and different mixed media pieces. I am addicted to stamps, dies, colors and papers! My style is most of the time very colorful. I try to express my mood in everything I do.
You can find me online:

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