COLORING - It’s such a basic joy! I remember so fondly sitting down with my mom at the dining room table and coloring in a coloring book. Her page was always so neat and beautiful, and I loved learning from her how to shade and make those flat pictures of cartoon characters come to life. Her’s are still better than mine, but I still love coloring. And Fran Seiford, Stampendous Owner and Chief Artistic Officer, is always so careful when designing stamps to make sure that we’re creating beautiful images for people who love to color.
One such group of images is our new Hot Air Balloon Trio, this stamp provides you with so many opportunities to create magically colored cards and scrapbook pages. Here’s a terrific page by Design Team Member Stephanie Lee
Lots of our Design Team Members and those on the STAEDTLER Design Team have some terrific inspiration for you today! Be sure to visit each one and leave an insightful comment to have a chance to win one of the many prize packages from Stampendous and STAEDTLER being offered this week!
FOR THOSE THAT ASKED:
Here’s a link to Monday’s blog post in case you missed the Prize Packages. Stampendous & STAEDTLER – Color Your World
Here’s a link to STAEDTLER on Facebook - STAEDTLER North America There seems to be a lot of creativity on their page!
I didn’t find a blog for them – but here’s a link to their website and their North American Design Team
Their products are available in every major retailer of craft supplies (and most minor retailers).
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