I have a whole gallery of creations to show you from my Design Team today. They've certainly been busy with the new Water Textures. I've been posting their projects to my Facebook Page as well but just in case you're not on Facebook here is everything from the last little while. Here we go!
Shirley Deatcher used Rising Bubbles, School of Fish Set and Seaweed Set in this piece. Shirley's blog post can be found HERE.
In this card Shirley used Rising Bubbles in the air instead of underwater. A neat take. In this card she also stamped her favorite character from Dancing Faerie Set and Three Leaves Set. Her blog post for this card is HERE
In Karin's art journal page: Rising Bubbles stamped multiple times in the background and highlighted with white. Spiral Shell is also hiding in there as well. Karin's blog post is HERE.
Eileen Godwin used Raindrop Set in this colorful tag. Visit her blog post HERE.
Wendy used Luna in this card. Love the technique on the wings! Her post for this card is HERE.
Miranda Degenaars has had a really prolific week and a half! I don't think I can post everything that she's been up to. If you check out her blog posts you will find more inspiring projects there. Here are some highlights.
Below are a few CAS creations that Miranda created. Here blog post for these cards is HERE. This one uses Rising Bubbles and Dreaming Mermaid.
The card below used Seahorse Set and Sea Bubbles Set.
Last but not least is my favorite Miranda creation of the passed week. In it she used Seahorse Set, Sea Bubbles Set and Seaweed Set. Love the rays of sunshine that she created in the background. He blog post for this card is HERE.
Phew! That took a long time to compile :) Aren't these ladies talented?!
Be back again soon. Thanks for visiting!
Wow, what wonderful creations. Must get these new stamps. :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful work.ReplyDelete
Well done everyone xxxx
I cannot believe how beautiful they all are! I absolutely love all the water stamps, but the seahorse is way up there and the mermaid looks incredible.I finally ordered my first stamp and cannot wait.ReplyDelete
Thanks to you all for sharing all this amazing talent xxx
Great creations with your amazing stamps Ryn...compliments ladies!ReplyDelete
kind regards, Alie :-)
Good to see all our work using your beautiful stamps all showcased together. 'Team Ryn' does some lovely stuff!ReplyDelete
Well, I see you've been busy again, Ryn, designing lots of new stamps! I love the new water drops ones you've come up with - really cool!ReplyDelete
Are you back from your travels? I am sorry to have been out of touch for so long but have been extremely busy with our house move and haven't had a lot of time or energy for anything else. Phase 1 (sale of my parents' house) is completed tomorrow. We are still waiting for a completion date on our purchase. We have our buider waiting in the wings to start as soon as we own the place, and meanwhile Mum is staying with my sister. Phase 2 involves continuing to pack up our own stuff, and Phase 3 will be getting the building work done - including my new ARTHaven to my own specifications! Phase 4 will be our actual move, which will probably take place early August. Still loads to do!!
My camera sux or maybe the photographer does. But I wanted to share my attempt using the water droplets.ReplyDelete
I will play again this week. But for now I am off to bed. Thanks for the lovely stamps and the inspiration from the gallery.