We have one more group of fantastic floral creations to share with you, and one more Design Team project we know you’ll love!
Rhea Weigand is an amazing Copic Artist and she’s a member of our Educator Team. She teaches numerous classes featuring our products, and she often contributes to our catalog samples as she creates her class projects. Our April 2016 Catalog is no exception, and several of her wonderful creations are in its pages! Here are a few:
Laughter Gift by Rhea Weigand
Poppy Fields by Rhea Weigand
Those We Love by Rhea Weigand
Be sure to pop over to Pam’s blog for her wonderful floral project for this week as well:
It is our final day of the hop with May Arts and we are so glad that you’ve joined us. Enjoy the super hop with our team and the May Arts team over on their blog where there are prizes to be won.
Winners will be announced early next week for three lucky fans who left comments somewhere along our hop on the Stampendous blog and design team blog posts. Commenting is open until Sunday January 31, 2016 11:59 pm Pacific time. See Official Contest Rules for details. Each package includes Sisters Perfectly Clear Stamps Set, Cling Beautiful Braid Rubber Stamp and an assortment of May Arts ribbons.
It’s a great day in the snow with our furry friends and it is even better for us because we stay dry and warm inside! This fun sledding card does well as a sweet encouragement card for family or friend just like this card by Janelle Stollfus.
Two more friends sledding with a few tweet friends near by. It couldn’t be a more enjoyable outing unless of course that candy cane is a real treat!
Louise Healy has them all warmed up in their brown fur coats going down a sparkling snow path.
The most adventurous Amanda is a downhill dynamo completely enjoying the colder temperatures and white powdery snow!
Here’s to red scarves and glistening snow mounds, just a darling Ski Run image colored by Rhea Weigand.
Thank you for stopping in for a little bit of snow fun! Let’s go see what today’s designers made to enjoy the cold outside!
Designer Pam Hornschu has a real treat today for our third haunting installment of 31 Days of Halloween. You’ll be inspired to make one of your own!
Visit us each day to see the new list of who is posting, plus a tease of their project. Every project for this blog hop will be brand new! Plus, we’ll share some of our favorite inspiration for the year’s spookiest day.
Of course there are PRIZES!!! Scavenger hunts and heaps of prizes are hidden all over the interwebs. Details at www.smearedink.com. A Grand Prize Drawing as well. Visit them to find out all the gory details!
First some adorable scary inspiration for you from the Stampendous Archives – from Designer Alumni Rhea Weigand (click the picture to see the directions for this project!)
And playing today with BRAND NEW inspiration from the Stampendous Design Team –
This has been a great week of making art, seeing how the design team from Spectrum Noir and our own talented team have created such a great variety of projects. Did you notice our theme week House-Mouse Designs® appear here and there? The gallery for this theme has grown and included here on this post, but first let’s take a look at the stamps that were the inspiration for this theme week.
Isn’t the image of this stamp the truth! Once we start stamping it’s likely to turn into a repeatable moment! House-Mouse Monica has turned into an avid stamper with this paw print stamp.
I always thought there was a special touch to flowers that made them so beautiful and now I’m thinking it’s all because Maxwell has a paintbrush and paint well.
Oh dear, a painting mishap between a paintbrush and tail! This adorable stamp is perfect to send an encouraging message, apology or to scrapbook those messy painting sessions of your children.
Now for the gallery!
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful inspiring weekend!
You might have noticed we are making art with House-Mouse Designs and our friends at Spectrum Noir this week. Still we are gathering up our artsy mice and sharing them here in a neat little gallery. You can click on any caption to take you either the designer’s blog or a project page on our website for supplies and instructions to create one like it.
Come back tomorrow with more hopping with Spectrum Noir!
Where’s our weekly theme? Well while we have two fabulous blog hop events happening this week we’ve added the weekly theme into the mix. You’ll see our designers posts with all the great House-Mouse Design stamps that are Birthday Buddies to the core. Here are today’s posts from the team as well as a project page from our website.
Being vertically challenged is a moment by moment feat, these mice find ways around those obstacles by involving those friends. Today we have some mice that are not only using their ingenuity they are plotting a revenge.
Amy Hurley-Purdie designed the most delightful version of this stamp, we’re sharing it with her permission because it’s so sweet! Thank you Amy, we’ll send you to her blog when she posts it so you can let her know how much you love it, too! For now you can click on the caption to see how she made this card.
And, in case you’re not visiting and entering regularly, you should really pop over to the House-Mouse and Friends Blog Challenge! The challenge this month is “Friendship”, so you’ve got the inspiration you need! Click HERE to check out their design team inspiration and find out more!
Sharing the quiet moments of love couldn’t be more easy than with these two amazing House-Mouse Designs® images about small whispers of love. These tiny gestures of fondness are so cute and appropriate for our Be Mine theme week, that I can’t wait to share them.
Here’s the House-Mouse Designs® Be Mine stamp illustrated by Ellen Jareckie. Now I can see this image being used for anniversary, weddings, and scrapbook pages.
If you hopped earlier this week you might have seen this darling colored sample from Rhea Weigand and below it’s linked up to a supply list with instructions.
Tails Entwined stamp, also from House-Mouse Designs illustrator Ellen Jareckie, is squealing cute with spring. It’s the perfect little card for a new or old romance card.
We just love this card from Lea Kimmel and it has a supply list and instructions on our website.
Our designers today have some love to share with their projects. Have fun!