Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Blog Hop

As a member of the  Paperbag Studios  Design Team, I'm very happy to join in the launching of their new rubber stamp collection, Dream Thicket, by Kristin Peterson.



 And this is what I created with them. I used collage, painting and embroidery.
The stamps are available HERE.













To see the beautiful creations by the Paperbag Design team, click on the links below.

 
Kristin Peterson:  http://alteredstatesstudio.blogspot.com/2015/06/dreamthicket.html
Roben-Marie Smith: http://www.robenmarie.com/
Susan Gallitto
Jennifer Stone









Simplicity is the removal of the useless and the unnecessary--source unknown

12 comments:

  1. So love your works....all of them!! Thank you Colette!

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  2. You've created some wonderful pieces here Colette. I cant decide which I like best each one has its own appealing features x

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  3. All are so wonderful, Colette! But the sailboat in particular speaks to me...so wonderfully serene. I love that piece!

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  4. I can readily see why your work is often published -- you have a quirky, whimsical style that is very appealing! Thanks for sharing your darling creations!

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  5. Each creation is so refreshing and perfectly whimsical.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  6. So adore EVERYTHING about your creations!

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  7. Great stamps, and I like what you did with them. You have a way of making everything so beautiful.

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  8. Thanks so much for playing along again! I am always amazed at how you use stamps in such unique ways. You have a way of "seeing" things so differently and I love it! Your pieces are beautiful and I especially love that piece with the boat!

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  9. LOVE these! Super sweet job!

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  10. I hadn't seen your art prior to this blog hop and I am blown away by your creations! Simple and understated but such impact! I'll be stopping by more often now!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate each and every one of you.