Sunday, 6 November 2011

New ventures & lovely digital stamps


You probably know I occasionally make hybrid printable goodies for Kate Hadfield - well, she has recently started producing her own line of digital stamps, and I decided to be cheeky & ask if I could be part of her team for this venture, and I am delighted to say she said yes!!

The card above is my first using her Sally & Sidney Scarecrow stamps.  I used some of her other doodles to help set the scene & then coloured the digital stamps with chalks.

I have another project ready to photo using her fun monster stamp, but the lighting over the past few days has simply been too awful for photographing.  Too many grey days for my liking!

Did you enjoy Digital Scrapbooking Day yesterday?  I spent a scary amount of money - I was definitely naughty, so it good job I'm working extra hours at school at the moment!   Remember the sales are still on today - so why not treat yourself?

I had another lovely surprise recently.  I've been featured on the Me So Scrappy blog here - how nice it that!? 

A number of the projects highlighted were for CatScrap - a fab digital store based in Scandinavia.  I've had a great deal of pleasure in undertaking a 3 month guest CT spot there, having the opportunity to work with a wonderful team of designers, which includes the lovely Ju Kneipp!  I've tried to use kits that I guess would often be outside my normal comfort zone - including this one by Fiddlette that I used to make this (& one of my new favourite) card:

I'm off now - its our son's birthday this week so we're kicking of the celebrations by going to the cinema later to see TinTin ;)

3 comments:

Kate Hadfield said...

I am so excited to have you on my team, you know what a big fan I am! :) Congratulations on the spot at Catscrap too, it's a great store and I am sure you will have a wonderful time!!

Happy birthday to your little one too!

Kim said...

Gorgeous!

Teresa said...

Beautiful cards and blog Sara. I've just noticed you are a winner over at THe Ribbon Girl blog, congratulations. Teresa xx