Wednesday, April 18, 2012

My First Submissions for The Ink Pad Design Team

Hi, guys.  A few weeks ago I mentioned that I was named to the new design team for a great stamp store in Manhattan called The Ink Pad for a period of 4 months.   I just turned in my first assignment of 6 cards.  I will be sharing them with you the next few days.  I used Ranger Archival inks, Tim Holtz Distress inks (no surprise there) and Adirondack Earthtones ink.  The first card I used Cherry Sorbet Twinkling H2O's for the flowers and on the sentiment.

I had a blast making these cards.  They both incorporate my love of distress inks, but they also made me step outside my comfort zone and do a lot more with earth tones than I normally do.

I hope you like them, and if you have any questions about them shoot me an email and I will get back to you.

Have a great evening!


Asia said...

The flower on the second card makes me think of a ladybug... :)

Unknown said...

Amazing cards! Everytime I come over here to check out your cards and other projects I'm amazed! I really love your crafting! Thank you so much for sharing. Greetz Dee

Sabrina said...

These are beautiful! Congratulations on the new assignment, obviously, you can do the job...hands down. I'm so glad I found you. Your energy, writing style and art simply feel good.

cheiron said...

Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog Winnie. Love these two cards you have created for The Ink Pad. Congrats on the design team-can't wait to see what else you have in store!

Lori m said...

Beautiful cards, congrats on the Design Team and your pork and potatoes look so yummy!

Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving me, a very nice comment.

Notes from Maggie's Farm said...

I am going to a scrapbooking night at church this week, inspired by all of your beautiful works of art. I've collected a few of the goodies you use, and I'm setting out to try my hand. I've sent my crafting friends to your blog, too.

Rachael said...

Congratulations on making Design Team! I love the Bloom card--I used to be anti-florals when I was first getting into stamping, but now I think they are probably the most versatile of any motif.

Reflective Art Studio said...

ConGrats.... Winnie that is fantastic News-! I am so so happy for you. I guess I got my pom poms out for you.
Really I am so very pleased to hear the great news.
Cheers and keep on rocking it.

Anonymous said...

Love the cards best of luck with your new adventure


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