Combining fine art rubber stamping, mixed media techniques and paper crafting,these are art forms that I love to share. I like the idea of learning together -- sharing what I learn and learning from what others share.
I was prepared to post from Anaheim and discovered, to my chagrin, that I was unable to use my iPad for editing purposes. Something new to research and learn. The Scrapbook Show in Anaheim, CA was a busy time for Local King Rubber Stamps where I worked. It was such fun to watch people, who had no idea about stamping, discover the "magic" of Lisa's stamp designs and coloring techniques. We flew back to Seattle yesterday afternoon. Naturally, I had to run to my stash of Local K
Lisa Yang, the creator and owner of Local King Rubber Stamps, always inspires me. Her stamps and dies are easy to work with, at Lisa's design. I worked with this stamp a little differently. Usually, Lisa works on white KromeKote® glossy card stock. I didn't have a background stamp that I wanted to use, so I chose to work with a designer paper that has a very light background design. I used the water-based markers that Local King sells. The colors stamped just fine on the deco
My Friday and Saturday this past weekend was spent at the Creating Keepsakes Scrapbook Convention at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center. I helped my friend Lisa Yang, creator and owner of Local King Rubber Stamps based in North Vancouver, British Columbia. She is a real dynamo and so very clever with her designs. She introduced her newest stamp designs; the coordinating dies arrived Monday due to a shipping snafu. There are so many of these that I like, as well as many of h