Do I, don't I... share this with all of you?! Why not! So here's another of my CHF submissions.
The reason for mentioning this is Lisa Strahl of Mona Lisa Moments is writing a series of posts called Dreams of Designing. If you're looking to work as a designer for a rubber stamp company... then you WON'T want to miss her incredible insight she's offering everyone! Even at my age of thirty-nine years (young), I'm eager to learn more! *wink* Looking forward to Lisa critiquing my submissions for better insight as well! So be gentle with me... *wink*
Lisa's second post in this series is Thinking Outside the Box ! After seeing Lisa's and Dawn's jaw dropping creations... it's a wonder how I was ever chosen for this team?! If there's one thing I've learned, it's listen, absorb and draw from those around you. The day we stop learning, is the day we stop living!
After you've finished visiting Lisa's blog, why not take a look at Cornish Heritage Farms rubber images and let me know a few of your favorites?! I'm making my list and checking it twice... *wink* If your interested in all the dirt going on behind the scenes, then you won't want to miss the Cornish Heritage Farms Public Forum for announcements, techniques, swaps, etc... Enjoy! *wink*
Well, it's been real and it's been fun... Now I must work on four swap deadlines looming before me all prior to becoming a design team member! *deer caught in headlamps moment* So when you find I'm NOT posting... I'll be stamping creations to post! *wink*
Supplies List: Old Olive, Close to Cocoa and ivory cardstock, VersaMark, Ruby Red, More Mustard, Really Rust and Chocolate Chip ink, SU! Fine Lace, Houndstooth and Linen background stamps, PSX "Bountiful Thanksgiving" image (retired) and single falling leaf, Accessories: Brown brads and May Arts stitched olive ribbon.