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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Paper Crafter's Library Spotlight, Stamp Give Away and New Designs!!!

Hello everyone! I have TONS of news for today...

I'm happy to announce that the Paper Crafter's Library has published a company spotlight for Designs by Ryn today :) There will be a little bio about me and some highlights from the Design Team (Shirley, Eleen, Miranda, Karin, Wendy and Anja).

I'll also be giving away 6 stamps from my collection. Raindrops, Climbing Vines and Circle Cluster Set on their blog and Day Lily, Pansies and Raindrops on mine.


Just leave a comment on this post and your name will go into a raffle for the last three stamps. Please make sure that I have a way of contacting you. I will pick the winner next Wednesday and be in touch then if you've won. Please pop by their blog www.papercrafterslibrary.com as well for a chance to win the other three. They'll have guidelines written for their raffle. A big thank you to everyone who has supported my designs so far! This has been a really exciting journey for me :)

Speaking of designs...
After the last release of Water Effects I got a bad case of artist's block. The 3D designs were so well received by you that I was both thrilled and terrified to branch off and do something new. There is always something to get done with business so I busied myself with that side of my brain... For months... I guess you can only bottle creativity for so long. When I finally allowed myself to create a new theme the designs just flew out of me! I finished a whole set from conception to digital cleaning of the images in a week. A set usually takes me about a month! I'm bug-eyed and exhausted but so happy with the results. I rediscovered my first love - line work.

I suppose it would be easier to design the stamps on a computer as vector images but in this way I'm old fashioned. I use fine tip pens and refine my ideas using tracing paper and layers. I have just sent off the images to my manufacturers and now comes the hard part... Waiting for them to arrive...
In the meantime, I thought I would share some pics from the last week. A little sneak peak into what I was up to...
My work table. Looks like a mess of doodles doesn't it?! That's how everything starts. I get the designs out of my head and look at them later to see which ones can be refined further...
I then use tracing paper to refine the designs and add ink... My favourite pens are Micron. They make the smallest tip that I've been able to find - 005.
The finalists get stuck to my wall with painters tape before being scanned and cleaned up for stamp production.
As you can see I did do some stippling again - the same technique I used for the 3D water effects. I often wonder how many dots are in each piece... I tried counting once but that was just ridiculous! I'm betting thousands...
Well that's it for now. I will post cleaner images of the new designs as I get them ready. Hope you enjoyed the sneak peak. Also, a GIANT thanks to Andrea and Michelle for putting together this Spotlight for me. It's always such an honour to be included on their blog :D
Bye for now!
Ryn


126 comments:

  1. Brilliant Ryn! So lovely to see how your work develops, from doodles to the finished article! So excited about the new designs, can't wait to play! :) xxx

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    1. Hey Wendy, I'm finally learning to take process photos! Glad you enjoyed them AND the new designs. Can't wait to see how you use them :)

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  2. Ryn these look totally lush! So glad u enjoyed doing them. Can't wait so see the finished stamps. Thanx for sharing the process with us it fascinating x x

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  3. WOW! This is great, eh! I found you this morning at paper crafters library! OOOH, I hope I win these tremendous stamps. Mind you, I think I'll be ordering anyway. I'm following so I'm glad the artists block is history! lol

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  4. Wonderful work, Ryn! keep on keeping on, honey, I never get tired of seeing your designs and how other people are inspired by them x

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  5. Wow those look amazing! I love the fern one. I spent two years in my childhood in New Zealand and they remind me a bit of the silver fern logo. I'd love to be entered into the prize draw for your wonderful stamps. I currently only own one of yours and would really love to own some more. You've been kind enough to leave me some lovely comments on my blog in the past so you know how to reach me x

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  6. Hi, very interesting, how the development in your scribbling work increases.
    Your working sheet looks a lot like mine, while I am doodeling.....I love your stamps, especially the waterdrops. And I'm looking forward to win the price.....sending hugs from Germany, Carmen

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      It is where you can find me....xoxo

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  7. Congratulations on your Spotlight piece Ryn, you deserve it. Love your designs and it's great to see how you get to the finished designs. The leaves look stunnning by the way. Linda xx

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  8. Love your designs and so nice to see how they emerge. Looking forward to see what you come up with next

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  9. THe new designs look very interesting!!

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  10. Hi Ryn, you so deserve to be in the spotlight! Looks like you are coming up with some great new stamps - can't wait to get my hands on them....
    I recently used your stamps on one of my cards - and the card made it into the honorable mentions - only because of your drops I think...The link is below.

    http://fun-stamping.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-paper-players.html

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  11. You go Ryn! Your artwork is fabulous and helps us stampers to push ourselves a lot more than most stamps do - thank you for that huni! I am still playing with the stamp I won from Di (Pixie's snippets) and loving it. I hope to have a few things to share soon.
    Anyways thank you so much for the chance to win some lovely new designs hugs Karen

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  12. Wow Ryn what a great give-away! Will definatley stop by the Paper Crafters Library blog... Recently bought some stamps from you, I love love love them! They give such a "real"-look, brilliant! Hugs Annika (www.creannika.blogspot.nl)

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  13. These are awesome Ryn! I love your work and ooooh...Pick Me Pick Me! ;)PS: hate artist's block!

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  14. Hi Ryn, the new designs are fabulous!!
    Groetjes Karin x

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  15. I'm just discovering your beauties...I adore! In fact, Anja is my muse, my mentor. She shows me so many ways to stamp and use colour. I would love to win one of your give-aways.
    Hugs from Germany

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  16. I am so excited to see your new designs...squee! cough erm sorry. I would love to be entered into the draw as I lust after your stamps, I think you have my email address as I keep emailing you images. tootles Evil Edna (Louise)

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  17. very interested to see you do 'traditional' and not computer design - have some of the raindrop stamps, and love them

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  18. As always I love your designs and stamps! Would love to be able to add to my collection :) Speaking of, I think I may head over now to purchase some! BUT in case I do happen to get lucky, my email is Samantha-Ratcliffe@hotmail.co.uk :) btw, I draw out my designs too, but I haven't yet perfected how to get them clean enough on the computer...

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  19. Thanks for sharing your
    steps in creating your
    stamps! Fun to see and
    your designs are very
    nice and lovey.
    Carla from Utah

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  20. Big congratulations on your spotlight piece, and it's totally well deserved. Your art work is phenomenal...such a talent you have. I enjoyed seeing pictures of your process in designing. I can see that it's a lot of work besides just having a fertile imagination and lots of art skills. (Copic multiliners work well too...I have micron & multiliners & while I don't draw as you do, I like the multiliners, and they are refillable). I've loved each water set that I've used to date. Been waiting to use my last order. The rubber stamps out clean & sharp, with minimal pressure. My kind of result. Thanks for designing such quality stamps on quality rubber. Thanks for the chance to win some fab stamps.Hugs.

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  21. Oh congratulations on your spotlight! I do love your set, I've just used the Sea bubbles set on a card. It's only in the background though. I did use them a lot allready, just haven't blogged about them yet...
    I too love the quality of your stamps. And I don't believe you can disappoint us - the quality will be good. Maybe a new line might be not exactly to ones taste (e.g. very cartoony or very cute or very masculine or very feminine), but that is ok, you don't have to please all people, just make what you love to make and you'll find an audience. So far I love your stamps, I bet I'd even like the ubercutesy ones. And it's great to see your design process!
    Thank you for sharing!
    greetings,

    Debbie from http://daqadoodles.wordpress.com

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  22. You are an amazing young lady Ryn; so much talent and yet so humble. I adore your stamps and everybody that sees them asks where I got them from. You have an amazing future in front of you. Wishing you everything good.

    Best Regards,
    Debbie Howie

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  23. Hi Ryn, thoroughly enjoyed your photos, thanks for sharing your process. I also can't wait until the stamps arrive back from the manufacturer, will be fun to 'play' with. Shirleyxx

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  24. Paper Crafter’s Library steered me over here. Your stamps are beautiful. Thanks for a chance to win.
    isoscia@aol.com

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  25. your stamps are very beautiful! I love it!

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  26. Your designs are beautiful.

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  27. I just came over from Paper Crafter's Library, and before I got very far in your blog, I was subscribing! I can't say enough about how beautiful your images are...and your design team rocks them! So glad to have found this site.

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  28. I'm over from PCL and loved the feature article on your "rise to fame." Dreams really do come true, if you work hard enough at them, as you've done. I love your fresh perspective and amazing sense of color. My next stop is to find the subscribe button.

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  29. I love your designs, they are absolutely gorgeous!! Thanks for the chance to win too! Cynthia Tuttle....ctuttle18@gmail.com

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  30. I absolutely love your designs. So glad Paper Crafters Library has featured you.

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  31. It's so nice to meet the artist and a peek into the creative process. I love your designs and just placed an order today before learning your story. I wish you much success and I'm looking forward to seeing you become a rock star in the art world. LOL

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  32. Hi, Brilliant work and very interesting to see how the process works. Congratulations! Well done on the feature from Paper Crafters Library.
    Gillian xXx

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  33. Love your art and the stamps!! Lissag123@verizon.net

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  34. Ryn I have had the pleasure of attending workshops with a member of your design team and your stamps are amazing - the 3D effect is so unusual. Congratulations!
    sue@thetemples.plus.com

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  35. Gorgeous projects and lvev the stamps! Stopping by from paper Crafter's Library!

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  36. Carole Miller8/29/2013 7:30 am

    Amazing projects. Your work is beautiful. Love your stamps.
    Carole M.

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  37. oh this wonderful stamps... I heard first in a German Facebook group from your stamps.

    greetings from germany ^^ (greetings... is this right...? Or not??)
    Lea

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  38. I caught your feature and cards over at Paper Crafter's Library. I just love the way you use colour on your projects.

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  39. Just love your stamps and it is nice to see you working on your designs. penny.booth@hotmail.co.uk

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  40. beautiful work. Great designs for the stamps. Very appealing to the creative artistic eye.... watching closely...
    ava
    cottagerca@yahoo.ca

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  41. Wow what a beautiful new stamps you have made. I like to see how you work on these new designs for the new stamps.

    Greetings Bianca
    (http://quickiescrapsenstempelkaartjes.blogspot.nl/)

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  42. Love your stamps Ryn, congratulations on your feature.

    Chris Hearn
    http://mycraftycardplace.blogspot.co.uk/

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  43. These are beautiful stamps - and great that I could you look over your shoulder as you work - many greetings, Dagmar
    D.Schaerfchen@googlemail.com

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  44. Ryn thank you for shareing with us how you achieve your beautiful stamps. So pleased to hear that you are progressing so well with your business. good luck. Onwards and Upwards.

    http://handcraftedbykay.blogspot.co.uk/



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  45. Wunderschöne Designs. Ich wünschte ich könnte auch so genial zeichnen. Liebe Grüße Ute
    kossute@aol.com

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  46. Those new designs look wonderful. It was nice to get a sneak peek of your process.

    Your stamps are lovely. I'm glad that they're doing so well!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. I love your unique stamps. I have been waiting for the Raindrop set of 4 set and when last I saw it was available but I went to order later in day after work it was out of stock. Goes fast I see.

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  48. i love seeing part of your creative process. best wishes with your business!

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  49. The new designs are wonderful!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. I can't way for the new designs. The stamps I bought on your store are very detailed and good quality. I need more of them!

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  51. Congratulations on your spolight article - well deserved! I bought your raindrops stamp quite some time ago and wasn't suprised at how the popularity of your stamps has grown. I'm pleased your writers block has ended, the new stamps look very zentangle-esque (is that a word?) - anyway they look good

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  52. It is the first time i visit your blog, wow your stamps are great and so versatile
    marie-anne raeman

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  53. Fantastic stamps,, love what Eileen Godwin does with them. Congratulations on your work being highlighted by Paper Crafters Library.

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  54. Ryn... I adore your stamps. The depth of details is unparalleled!!! It is great to see how your designs are developed. I would love to see a windmill, as only you could give it the justice it deserves, although I know, you don't usually do structures. Thanks for sharing your art with all of us!!

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  55. Wonderful new stamps! Love them.

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  56. Ryn, I love your stamps, they are easy to use, always stamp so clearly and your designs are fabulous. Thank you for showing us how you process your designs, it's fascinating, you are a very talented lady. Thank you also for a chance to win some of your beautiful stamps. Hugs Pauline xxxx (robingphipps@msn.com)

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  57. Can't wait for these designs to become stamps they look great you are so talented. it's interesting to see work in progress. Keep up the good work.

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  58. Your stamps are magic Ryn I need to buy more. You are an amazing artist and thank you for the chance to win some of your fabulous stamps, hugs Pat xx astrababe4@aol.com

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  59. Great new stampt you have designer Ryn
    Thans for showing us how you do that
    Greetings Janny

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  60. Nice to see you and how you work!
    I am waiting and waiting and waiting for all the water drops. I saw so much photos with them on several blogs.................great!!!
    Greetings
    Ute

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  61. Thank you so very much Ryn. Anyone who has one of your wonderful stamps, has a card or page ready to go for any occasion. To be offered a chance to win more, is a dream come true. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing creativity <3

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  62. Love what you do with water droplets! Blew me away! Would be a privilege to win. :)

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  63. Congrats on getting a spot at Paper Crafters Library. I am in such awe of you and your work. Those rain drops are just stunning. Beautiful, beautiful and beautiful work! Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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  64. Congrats on your article feature spot light! What an interesting article and life story you have! It is of course what lead me here to your website! As a new artist, I am always looking to find some inspiration and that is exactly what I found with you! Thank you for sharing your story and your lovely designs!

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  65. Ryn!!
    Thank you so very much for sharing at the Paper Crafter's Library!! You are truly a gifted professional!! It is an honor to get to glean at least a little from you and your vast sense of art and color:)You have created some uber stampsL)
    You do such an awesome job !! Of course the drippy and water droplet stamps are my faves. be blessed
    ~Beyond Measure
    Tammy

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  66. How wonderful that you found your calling. I recently discovered your work and am immediately hooked. Thank you for sharing and giving us an opportunity to win.

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  67. Great stamps. Loved your story. Thank you for sharing it.

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  68. Hi Ryan!! This is my first time to your blog (through link in Paper Crafters Library) and I am so glad I found you -- your style of art is awesome and I, too, am hooked. I have been dabbling in this new style for a while now and I love it. I would love to try your stamps and am so hopeful I can win these (love the water drops). Thank you for a chance to win.

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  69. thank you for sharing your process and as always with beautiful results and wow am loving the pansies, so pretty, Annette

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  70. Great to see how you start to develop an idea! I know that the quality of your stamps is second to none and have enjoyed using them. Must get some more picture on my blog. Have a great time travelling too. Always look forward to a new stamp and hope i am lucky to receive your prize.

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  71. wow, so love your stamps !! Thanks for the chance to win

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  72. Loving the look of the new designs. as a newbie to your stamps, I love the quality! Thanks for a chance to win, Shaz xx

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  73. Awesome designs! I like micron pens too.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  74. Aloha! Loving your imaginative designs for art jounaling and more. There's a wisp of tribal in some of your art which is b-i-g in Hawai'i. Mahalo to Andrea W. for the introduction.

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  75. Wonderful stamps Ryn, perfect results every time. Congratulations on your spotlight! Karen

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  76. Jeanie Warner8/30/2013 6:24 pm

    Wow what alsome stamps and what wonderful things you can do with them.Love your work.Thanks for sharing:)

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  77. Congratulations on your spotlight article and thanks for sharing your design process. I love that you hand draw your designs. I've only just discovered your stamps but I'm hooked already. Keep up the good work! All the best from Australia :)
    Ps. I would love to win some of your stamps.
    gracie.brambley@gmail.com

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  78. I'm so glad to be introduced to your designs by PCL. I LOVE your water drop series! I can't wait to see what else you have to share.

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  79. I just found your sight today, from a link on Eileen's Crafty Zone! Your water droplets are AMAZING!!!!!!!! I will be getting mine as soon I get a little extra spending money, for sure! =) Thanks for the chance to win!!! =)

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  80. I love your fresh designs for things I have not seen before. Great droplets of water - gotta have this one! You will be added to my "Favorites" group. Gayle at stampergayle@aol.com

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  81. Your designs are fabulous - so unique! The droplets of water are very unusual and creative - I saw your article over at Paper Crafter's Library and that led me here! So glad I stopped by your blog today!

    Thank you for the chance to win - I can be reached at fitkitty1 at gmail dot com .

    KT Fit Kitty
    http://ktdesigns2013.blogspot.ca/

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  82. Your designs are so beautiful. The water droplets are fresh, fun and can be used so many ways. Love that you have the courage to live you dream. Thank you for inspiring us.
    Hoku - hoku96818@gmail.com

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  83. Your stamps are amazing! I love the designs and how they look so real - especially the waterdrops. I had to pin most of the samples as they are not images I'll forget too easily. I'm so glad I visited Paper Crafter's Library today - I've discovered a new source of inspiration - Thank you!

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  84. I'm enjoying using the stamps I already have of yours and fun to see your process.
    You can find my email in my Google profile

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  85. Hi Ryn, your stamps are the best I've seen in a long time. These drops are so realistic, they really seem to be 'on' the page. Thanks for a lovely giveaway. Heading over to Paper Crafter's Library now. Hugs Frea creafrea.blogspot.com

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  86. Your stamps are amazing. Those water drops are like nothing I have seen. I can't stop strolling through the gallery to see how it's done. What is the trick? Amazing!

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  87. Ditto to the comment above! I am so glad I found your site through pcl! Your style is completely unique and refreshing, I definitely need to own those raindrops!

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  88. I agree with Sharon and Amy. Your stamps are amazing so freah and new. Thank you for sharing.

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  89. Ryn you are truly blessed! Keep following your passion and creating more wonderful images to be turned into stamps. Can't wait to see what is next!!

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  90. Wow, I just love your unique stamps! So glad I found your blog and website and really like hearing how people fulfill their creative dreams!

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  91. Thanks so much for this peek at how you create your stamps. I am always wondering how they are designed and how you are inspired. I love those raindrop images so much!

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  92. I first saw your designs via Eileen Godwin's beautiful work. Your stamps are so different and I would certainly love to win these. This article is such an interesting insight into your design process. Ajanebarber@gmail.com

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  93. What a lot of work goes into your designs! Your stamps stand out among so many on the market and are distinctively yours. I would guess your design team can't wait for your next release to see what can be done with the designs. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Jeannie Evans

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  94. Thanks for sharing how you create your stamps! That's a lot of work!

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  95. Your stamps are beautiful. I don't think I can wait and need to order some now!

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  96. Very Interesting designs. I live the water drops.

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  97. Congrads on your new designs!! Love the flowers, the raindrops - well all of them. Thanks for sharing and doing the giveaways.

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  98. You are an inspiration! Your stamp sets are so awesome ;) Thanks for the chance to win! I am a follower of your blog now.

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  99. I think your stamps are crazy awesome! I can think of many ways to use the teardrop stamp, both for tears of sympathy and/or joy and for our ever present rain out here on the West Coast! Thanks for sharing what you do so well!

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  100. I am so glad PCL introduced you to me. Your stamps and your design team are so amazing. They moved me in so many ways heart n soul.All the designs and colors intertwined n moved down the page. Your rain drops omg fantastic. Thanks so much.

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  101. Wow....LOVE your designs!! Very cool.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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  102. Beautiful designs and great inspiration.

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  103. First time I've seen your work and I love it! Am especially captivated by the raindrops!!! Lee Ann Parrish, speechie1950@sbcglobal.net

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  104. Very cool post Ryn. I had seen it, but not read all of it. Over 100 comments now. :)

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  105. I love the waterdroplets and the fish stamps. I use Glossy Accents on the fish after I coloured and cut them out. They are FAB!

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  106. Just saw you on Paper Crafter's library and loved what I saw! Your designs are so unique and different from what is out there. I actually felt there was an ethnic look to it which I LOVE!

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  107. There is a whole load of lovely inspiration in the new designs Ryn. So pleased you found your Mojo again. Look forward to working with them when they are released :-) xx

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  108. Your "rain" stamps are THE best!!

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  109. Love your designs and would love to give some a new home, thanks for your chance to win sweetie. Hugs xNx

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  110. It is so different if you see what a lot of work and creativity it takes to get beautiful stamps! When stamping you are lightly to forget that! Looking forward to these new ones and have to order finally... Inky greetings, Gerrina

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  111. Love your designs!my ATCs with your bubbles were a big hit.

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  112. I just love your stamps, having just seen them on Andrea's blog, I don't own any yet, but hoping to remedy that soon, lol. I have just subscribed to your blog so that I can keep up with your new artwork. thanks for sharing.

    carolyn s
    ceashark at aol dot com

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  113. Congrats on being featured at Paper Crafter's Library! Love your beautiful designs... the raindrops are a favorite! So much detail with the stippling!

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  114. I just discovered your stamps after viewing a fellow bloggers card. I knew I just had to have the water drops stamp, I expect to receive it in 7 - 14 days...I can't wait. Congratulations on all you have accomplished. I would love to win. carolea.sweeney@comcast.net

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  115. Just ordered some of your amazing stamps. I would have ordered more of the texture stamps but you are sold out of the other water drops ones that was wanting. No surprise, they are awesome! Oh, I will be back for sure though and pick them up. I'm new to your blog and stamps and I will be spreading the word on YT with my subbies. If they haven't seen your stamps yet, they are going to light me up like a Christmas tree with the "Where did you get that stamp?!" questions :o)

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  116. Congratulations on your success!! Your designs are wonderful and I can't wait to get my hands on some of your stamps. Well done!

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  117. I love your stamps, this is the first company that I have ever ordered stamps in bulk ! My friend, Sheri Marshall and I have put in 3 orders already of 4-5 stamps each time. We have made many cards already. Thank you for sharing your creative process, very cool to see how it's done.
    We will be ordering again ! ..... Cathie Smith

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  118. Such original and fab stamps! Great designs well done for sharing your talent xx

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  119. I love your stamps! Thanks for the chance to win some awesome designs!

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