Saturday, March 28, 2009

The Sneak Peeks are out!!!

Jessica from There She Goes is doing sneak peeks of my stamp designs at her blog. The cards she made are so beautiful. Make sure you hop out to the other Trendsetters' blogs to see what they came up with. They're all so talented.

I initially drew these images for my girls to color. Never did I imagine that they will be made into stamps someday.

I don't want to sound like an Oscar recipient :-), but I just want to take this time to thank:
  • God for the awesome opportunity and I hope more will come in the near future
  • Kris for supporting me through all this and being my #1 cheerleader.
  • my beautiful, sweet girls who kept asking me to draw some more and are in many ways, more excited than I am these stamps are released. After seeing the cards made with the stamps, they said, "I colored those first."
  • my mom (and dad, too) who share this hobby with me and supply with me lots of goodies and endless encouragement.
  • my mother-in-law (and father-in-law too) who doesn't share my hobby, but ALWAYS sends me supplies "just because" and for loving me as a daughter.
  • my crafting friends who generously contributed to my hobby over the years and for inspiring me with their own card creations.
  • for Jessica from There She Goes for buying my illustrations and making them into stamps.

That's it for now. Thanks for letting me share.
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3 comments:

  1. Nina, congrats on your new stamp sets! They are really wonderful to stamp with and I love what I've seen so far!!

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  2. Nina - you did a fabulous job designing these Set's!!! I had so much fun playing with them!!!
    You do deserve the TDG Oscar for it - LOL!!!
    Have a great day and may God bless you with many more fab ideas!!! Hugs ~S~

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  3. Nina, congratulations on your new stamp sets! I LOVE them so much! I'm so happy Jessica bought your designs :) They are the cutest images I've ever seen.

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Thank you for your kind comments.

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