Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Bartlett Pear Set

Bartlett Pear Set

I just added this set to my shop, TheArtsystamperShop. I loved coloring these pears. There's just something about a pear. They are so beautifully shaped...a gift of nature.

I originally colored them with alcohol markers and colored pencil. The sentiments are courtesy of Donna Ellis and Sparkle N Sprinkle. I had the pleasure of designing stamps for them, and also worked at some Expo's all over the country. Margaret Myers in a peach of a woman. I am sorry to see the business close, but for Margaret, it's a chance for her to spend more time with family. 

Go Margaret!

Well, that's if for today. I have some drawing and coloring to do for a new set. 

Enjoy the digital journey,

Monday, June 10, 2019

Your Smile Makes Me Happy

Hello! Welcome to my Studio

I have a new stamp set in my shop, and this card, along with the previous posting, was made with the set. It's digital, and so much fun to play with!

Here is the video tutorial...enjoy!

Now be sure to head over to my shop where I have a couple of June specials!

Enjoy the artsy journey,

The Earth Laughs in Flowers

Hi! Welcome to my Studio. I have designed a new stamp set called, Field Flower Silhouettes. 

Years ago we lived in Upstate New York, north of Lake George. I took some pictures of the wild flowers in Chestertown, and now they are the essence of this set.

I love vintage. This card is the subject of the following video, along with another card which will follow this blogpost.

Here's the tutorial video...enjoy!

I have entered the following challenges:

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Beverly's Rose in Blue

Roses are red
This one is BLUE!

This rose is a digital stamp, in a set I call, "Beverly's Rose". The set comes with black and white images, along with the original orange rose (some with backgrounds), rosebuds, green leaves and even a stem. It's available in my Etsy Shop called, TheArtsystamperShop.

Here is an example of the images combined into a tiny bud bouquet. 
The combining is super simple. Just use the PNG images in the stamp set in a word processor like Word, or Open Office (free download). Of course you can also use Photoshop or Gimp (free download).

Watch the rose be colored in this video and stay until the end to see both of these stamps!

Enjoy the Journey,