Hello everyone! It's Bibi here today to show you some awesome stamps that are NOT from Rubber Dance! As a stamp manufacturer myself and the owner of Rubber Dance, it has been years since I went shopping for stamps anywhere else.....
However! When I saw that Trish Latimer had launched the first stamps from her own designs, I nearly fell off my chair in excitement!!!
Her stamps - which you can see here - are quite big: 12 cm tall (!) and I knew right away that they would be a perfect match with the big flower stamps on Rubber Dance's set Textured Flowers. I contacted Trish and we decided to do a collaboration.....
.... and I'm proud to show you one of the gorgeous artworks that Trish has made, and you can also see her blog post about it here.
The WordGirl above was masked before I stamped the flowers so they seem to be behind her. All images stamped with Archival jet black on smooth watercolour paper, then coloured in with a paintbrush dipped in Distress Spray Stains.
If you don't like colouring in so much, below is another WordGirl stamped on a background I had in my stash (made with Distress Spray Stains). All images were stamped with black ink and all I did was adding some more pink to her hair for contrast:
Next is the same WordGirl as above, this time not coloured in at all! I masked her and then made the background using Distress inks and a stencil with circles, a few stamped flowers, and a light mist of Distress Spray Stains. The lines behind the WordGirl is the stem from one of the Textured Flowers:
What do you think? Are our stamps a match made in heaven, or what??
I want you to know that I am not affiliated and I do not carry Trish's stamps, I'm just a big fan!
You can see all of Trish's adorable stamps in her Etsy shop:
.... and the Textured Flowers stamps can of course be found in Rubber Dance's web shop,
(or in my own Etsy shop for that matter).
Thanks for stopping by!