Thursday, April 23, 2009

Paper Doll Artist Spotlight



One thing that never ceases to amaze me about artistic rubber stamping is... With one single image there are so many possibilities! I absolutely love it when my rubber stamp customers email me their creations. It's often something I wouldn't have thought of doing, or is a similar idea but done in a completely different style. Each individual brings such new perspective to art, inspired by how they view beauty.



I just wanted to share with you Karen's paper art dolls. She sells them on ebay under seller ID keerng if you'd like to see what's currently available. She gives me inspiration and motivation to make some more dolls :)



It also makes me feel good to know I can help others start their own craft business/profitable hobby, especially with the economy at this point. I enjoy the idea of sharing, my Angel Policy allows people to sell a wide variety of items using my stamps or molds. I'll also be offering digital downloads/cd collections soon for scrapbooking, collage and die cutting. If any digital artists are following me, stick around because I'll be creating images you can incorporate into your art too (stock photography.)

7 comments:

MaygreenFairies said...

What a wonderful post!! I have really enjoyed my visit to your blog and I look forward to the next one. Mandy x

Dee said...

Great blog and will visit often but so sad you don't post your stamps overseas. I've just started experimenting with bamboo tiles and stamps that size are rather hard to come by down under. Any chance in the future that you might consider posting OS?...Davinia

EnchantedGal said...

I do not plan to ship internationally at this time, but anything is possible in the future.

It should also be noted that domino size is not the same as bamboo tile size. The most common domino size here is double-six 1" x 2". Bamboo tiles are usually smaller than that, so it crops many of my stamp images.

mangosteenskin said...

i just found your blog last week and I am truly amazed by your arts. do you design all these stamps? is it handcarved or produced like other commercial stamps? the details are awesome!

EnchantedGal said...

My rubber stamps have a mix of my designs, vintage Art Nouveau images and a combination of both. Most of my designs I draw in photoshop at high resolution, then I send the art off to be manufactured with Picture My Stamp. Learn about their service on their website here: http://www.picturemystamp.com/manufacturing.htm

ดินเผา said...

A very beautiful work. good quality website.
And possible new designs.
Thank you.
Introduce more art
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Sharon said...

I have just "found" your blog and just love these art dolls! I've become a follower to see what other wonderful things are in store!