PenPattern Elephant Goes to India

Our wild week is shaping up to be quite an inspiring adventure already with terrific cards using our new PenPattern stamps. We are always intrigued by the creativity of our design team and the variety of style they have with Fran’s PenPattern designs, so you can imagine how much fun it is when we get to see how the rest of the world creates with them, too.

When doodles are added to the designs of these PenPattern stamps it’s transformed into a new  image time after time.  We found PenPattern Elephant performing this transformation, with its raised trunk as a sign of good luck, out on one of our crafty friends blog.

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W146 PenPattern Elephant Wood Mounted Stamp

The Frugal Crafter’s blog shared an amazing India style card inspired from those luscious ribbons s. hown in the background of her project photo. There are so many interesting features on this card it is a trove of techniques.

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PenPattern Elephant by Linday Weirich

Lucky for us, Lindsay created a video while making her card so we can see just how she did it.

Our second animal for today is this calm and gentle PenPattern Giraffe who seems slightly more interested in finishing off his delicious leafy snack. This stamp is ready for any level of doodler, beginning or advanced tangler alike, with his open space design, it might be fun to see just how many different doodles can be dreamed up to fill all those spots.

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P259 PenPattern Giraffe Rubber Stamp

This adorable card is by Jennie Lin Black, who has a fantastic texture on her card from using the Creative Palette with some paints. The sentiment is from Wild Sayings Perfectly Clear Stamp Set that we highlighted yesterday as having a plethora of pun intended sentiments to go on a card, “You Giraffe me Crazy” is it’s

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PenPattern Giraffe by Jennie Lin Black

We have some terrific designer projects to share with you, too! Let’s see how they used our wild PenPattern animals.

Louise Healy

Janelle Stollfus

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