Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Rubber Stamped Stampbord Pencil Holder and Paper Art Dolls

Yay!


One of my tutorials has been posted on the Stampbord website. You can learn how to make this pencil holder here - May 09' (Or check out the archive of tutorials for viewing after May here.)
This project uses my Klimt rubber stamp set.)






Plus, here's a couple more paper dolls I just have to share with you by Karen (see my last blog entry for more.) I'm just so thrilled with what she's creating by incorporating my doll face stamps) into her work. To see if she has any dolls currently available, check out her Ebay sales.)




This last one uses one of my domino size rubber stamps for her face. I'd like to explore the many projects you can do using my 1"x2" size rubber stamps that does not have to do with domino jewelry. So far I've got bottle cap magnets, greeting cards and paper doll projects in the works. Stay tuned for a new tutorial and project gallery page on my site for everything BUT domino stamping using domino size stamps!



Have a creative day!
Kimberly

2 comments:

Lola Enchanted said...

Hello,
I've just stumbled upon your blog and I have to say WOW, I just love your blog and truly am amazed at your work!!!


Just wonderful!

R J said...

Hi. I landed on your blog accidentally, but I am not regretting visiting it. You seem to be quite creative. I have a huge collection of rubber stamps that I bought from Acorn Sales (http://www.acornsales.com) and even though the quality is excellent, I don't know if I'll ever be able to make something like you have posted here. I would suggest Acorn Sales to you, if you want to enrich your rubber stamp collection. I am sure you won't regret visiting their site.