Saturday, August 15, 2009

What a lovely bunch... & a Creative Design Team Call

I hope you are enjoying your weekend. Down here in the south East of the UK, it has been and still is lovely and warm and sunny, much to the chagrin of my daughter who is in Edinburgh, where it has been very wet, so much so that she has had to buy new shoes that were dry!!!
I have spent some of the day making grungepaper roses or in my case flowers, as they look nothing like roses with our new stamps :). They are so messy and addictive to make. Hands now covered in inks and glue..mmmmm!
I do have a post from a few weeks ago showing you how to make them here.
I wanted to make several for a bunch, so used some of the new background stamps, and the Flower Power set. added leaves and thick wire for the stems, and lots of Glossy Accents as glue.

Here at The Artistic Stamper we are looking for new Creative Team members, and this is a call out to everyone who loves using stamps to create art. If you would like to be considered please email me, with a link to your blog or just attach jpegs of your current art. A little bio would be good too. We are not looking for any specifics, just enthusiastic, fun loving stampers! We are accepting applications from all over the world until Sunday 6th September. No experience is necessary, no past publication is necessary, just simple enthusiasm and of course a great love of stamping!
Looking forward to hearing from you, yes that is you reading this blog.. go on send me your art and become a Creative Team member!


19 comments:

Katharine said...

They do look like roses, they are great.

Jennifer said...

I absolutely love these flowers and find them much easier to make than the crochet ones that I've attempted recently.
Have a great weekend
Hugs
Jen x

Linda Elbourne said...

These flowers look beautiful ... love the look of the new stamps Jenny ... a real variety there - great stuff!

Angie said...

These roses are very pretty,
love the colours you have chosen,
Have emailed, but I normally end up in the junk, becouse of my surname.
Hugs
Angie (Easter)

Pinkllilac said...

Wow Jenny these flowers are stunning and I have decided I must get some distressing inks and have a go as I just love them.
Hugs Linda

Merry said...

Love the roses.

Anita said...

Wow! These are amazing!

Sid said...

Just loving your flowers and the stamps just work on these so well.

Joy said...

Your stamps are perfect for those absolutely gorgeous roses - amazing array of colours - I shall be ordering some very soon xx

Hazel (Didos) said...

WOW they definately look like roses, I am just thinking of the messy hands after doing then.
Hope all is well with you, Hazelxox

Ali Manning said...

I love your roses - there's so shabby chic! And thanks for the great tutorial.

Amanda's paper palace said...

wow they are amazing!
hugs amanda x

Nicki said...

and FAB grunge roses they are too! they are so gorgeous!
take care
Nicki
x

Chris said...

Ooooh loving your new stamps. I'm off to place an order now! :o)

Oh love your roses too.

Alison said...

Your flowers look fab Jennie! Bet you had fun getting inky! Definitely need some of those new stamps, love the new backgrounds! xx

Carolands said...

These are fantastic!

Debby said...

Wow! These are gorgeous!

Chok Keun said...

These roses are simply gorgeous! I've finally got hold of the grunge pp... but I'm short of the flower dies, think I should try to do a template and try it out :P

joanne wardle said...

hese are just beautiful, and I think they look like roses!! love the patterns. now they are useful stamps!!