Sunday, 11 October 2020

Dawn Reflections

 Hello there on this Sunday morning,

That's another week gone and aren't they rolling by so quickly! 

As I mentioned in my last post, I've recently designed four new stamps for Crafty Individuals.  The shows were on Hochanda on Friday and they seemed to go really well.  If you missed them, then you can always watch them on catch up for the next month or so.  It's not my origional artwork but Jean has always admired the scenes that I make and asked if I would like to use some of their older stamps to create some new scenes.  It's always a lot of fun building up a scene but I feel that these new stamps are perfect for people who are just starting out stamping or if you need to make cards in bulk.  They would be great for anyone who likes to make lots of cards for charity.  The hard work has already been done for you, so you just need to colour your own background and hey presto, it's done.  Here are a couple of samples that I made with one of the stamps:



People are often drawn to refections but they're not always the easiest of things to recreate.  This stamp is so easy to use.  You simply stamp, heat emboss to set it and then colour the background exactly as you wish, it couldn't be easier. 

The new stamps will be added to the Crafty Individuals web site over the next week or so and they are usually on at a special price for a short time, so a good time to snap them up.  I've really enjoyed making up these scenes and I hope that you like them too.  My teamies at Crafty Individuals have created some amazing samples with them and many have been posted on the Crafty Individuals FB group page, so if you're on FB, why not pop along and take a look.

That's all from me for today, so thank you for your visit and I wish you all a very happy and colourful week ahead xx

22 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful cards, that stamp is a stunner....xx

Stamps and Paper said...

Stunning card Sandra...I love the reflection stamps, the Robin and kingfisher are on my ‘wish’ list...well done Sandra for putting these together...

Anne

bolletjelucky.blogspot.com said...

You've made a beautiful scene with that wonderful stamp Sandra.
Greetings Miranda

Mac Mable said...

A beautiful stamp and fabulous samples, which are beautiful x.

Doreen said...

Beautiful cards, perfect stamp for the beginner.xxx

Magic Maggie said...

Cor....!! I'm not so sure it is as easy as just stamp brilliant stamps like these and off you go....your colouring is hard to beat, and it really makes the stamps look good - don't do yourself down gal!
Hope you are well (and keeping warm)
love
Maggie (Bendy Yorkite)

crafty-stamper said...

Stunning cards-love the beautiful reflections stamp and brilliant backgrounds
Carol

Pat said...

This stand of trees is beautiful Sandma and love the different ways of using them in your two gorgeous cards. I loved all the new stamps and the shows were great and as usual much wonderful inspiration from you all with the many beautiful cards to look at and admire. x

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

This might have fallen into my basket the other day while watching the show Sandra, it' such a beautiful stamp and make a gorgeous card to.

Sue xx

cuilliesocks said...

Well Jean is right Sandra your scenes are always fabulous, and these cards are so beautiful, of course I love trees anyway, so right up my street. Gorgeous colours, Kate x

KarinsArtScrap said...

wowwww stunning love this Sandra
Gr Karin

Liz said...

Wonderful reflection scenes Sandra, so peaceful and tranquil. xx

Kathleen said...

A fabulous set of cards, fantastic scenes, great images and wonderful backgrounds.

Kath x

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

These stamps seem so fun and easy to use. Thanks for sharing your samples, you made two fabulous scenic cards with them!
Hugs!

Carole said...

Beautiful cards Sandra...love those images and the scenes you have created..Congratulations . xx

Viv said...

A wonderful set of stamps Sandra and you know I love them all! Great cards.xx

Leanne Harris said...

oh these are super Sandra and how tranquil they look too. I always like to see samples of cards that are suitable for men as they can be so difficult can't they. I'm loving that top one but the second one is equally as stunning!!!! I'm having a day to myself today to try and get some blog posts scheduled and you'll be pleased to read that some of them are of my recent paintings - I know you like to see what I've been up to out of my paper crafting and to follow my painting journey. Keep safe and keep well my friend xxxxx

Sarn said...

Fantastic design, lovely stamp and super examples using it. Xxx

Darnell said...

Brilliant scenes, Sandra, and thank you for the new designs and the inspiration! I love the idea of a stamp with the reflection built in! (But I could never create a sky as gorgeous as yours!) Be safe! Hugs, Darnell

Karen Dunbrook said...

these look so gorgeous...well done.
:) Karen

Craftyfield said...

You chose your collaged scenes very well Sandra, they are all great.
I feel we are kindred crafting spirits... I haven't got my hands on your designs so I came up with my own combination with the robin & church. Glad you liked it! x

Gerrina said...

These look both so beautiful! Love the soft gray=look at the first making it an early morning or late evening and the 2nd looks like you are in the tropics/war, weather; so clever made both and so different! Hugs, Gerrina