I'm so very pleased to share that my very sweet and talented friend Birgit Koopsen (who is just as silly and fun and full of life as you might imagine after looking at this photo)...
...has a brand new line of rubber stamps with Carabelle Studio.
Carabelle Studio is a French company and their products are hard to come by here in the USA, but for all of you over in Europe, you should have no problem getting your hands on them!
ETA: You can purchase them from The Ink Pad in NYC. They ship everywhere! Be sure to tell them that Julie sent you! :)
I worked with "French Lilly Background"...
These bowls are covered in acrylic mediums, so after I took the photo with the tomatoes, I realized that I probably ought to only put stuff in them that isn't going to get eaten or that has a peel that won't get eaten, like so:
I was just going to do the bowls, but then the stamps were sitting on my desk staring at me and begging me to play with them some more. So, I put together a quick scrapbook page too:
You can watch the page come together in fast forward in this video:
Supplies Used in Projects:
If you hop over to Birgit's blog you will find a GIVEAWAY!! If you comment here too you will have an additional entry into the giveaway! In fact, leave a comment on each of the participating blogs to get additional entries into the giveaway!
To be entered into the giveaway:
Let us know what you think of the projects and the stamps (also, if you have a favorite among the six designs).
Birgit will randomly pick SIX lucky winners. You have time to comment until September 23, midnight CEST.
Here is the list of the participating blogs:
- Birgit Koopsen
- Revlie Schuit
- Marsha Valk
- Riikka Kovasin
- Janna Werner
- Lilith Eeckels
- Loredana Bucaria
- Magda Bolinska
- Julie Fei-Fan Balzer (you are here)
- Ana Bondu
- Chris Scrap
- Carabelle Studio
Thanks for stopping by!