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January 28th, 2017
Just over 4 years ago I joined my first ever design team in blogworld…and I’m still going…they aren’t sick of me yet.

 


 The team is a varied and talented bunch of people from all over the world! If you click on the above picture, or link under it, you will be whisked away to an awesome experience and display of creative genius.

There is a winner chosen each fortnight, a top three are selected to win our badge and three entrants are spotlighted each other week to showcase their projects.

If you just want to be inspired go and check it out!

If you want to enter any of the challenges please remember that it is a stamping challenge blog.  Definitely no digi images or downloaded images of any sort is permitted.

And above all just enjoy the whole experience.



Craft Stamper
In 2017 I have joined The Craft Stamper design team.
I was on their on-line design team during 2014, so it is a huge thrill to be part of the magazine’s design team!




Rubber Dance

Starting from Feb, 2017, I am thrilled to be part of the
 Rubber Dance Creative team!
Based in Norway, the Rubber Dance company produces red rubber stamps that are pure heaven to use.
Bibi Lindahl is the owner of Rubber Dance and has a great eye for style and design.





Visible Image



Starting from 2016 I am on the Design Team for Visible Image.
It is an incredibly talented team with a wide variety of styles with members from all over the world.

Visible Image is a young company.  It is a husband and wife team (Mark and Helen) who create the most beautiful stamps that have movement in a contemporary style. Fresh and different.
The clear stamps are deeply etched for clear stamping.





From Oct 1st 2012 till August 2014 I designed for
Vintage Stamping Challenges





From March until August, 2014
I was on the design team for…
Craft Stamper, Take It-Make It Challenge Blog


The beauty of this challenge is that you have the instructions in the magazine
that you can follow, or use as your inspiration.
And the stamps that you use can be “anything”…as long as you do use stamps we are happy.

The idea is to just have fun experimenting and trying new things.