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New n*Studio Mixed Media Stamp Sets with Stampendous

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Stamping

Yeah  I can finally share with you that I have licensed 3 new Mixed Media Rubber Stamp Sets, Stencils and Masks with Stampendous. So excited :)

I had some different inspirations for those designs which you can use with inks but also with acrylic paints.

The first set is called Fiesta with 5 different stamp designs and two masks and a stencil. I was inspired by some travels to Spain in the past years.

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The second set is called Kaffee Klatsch – this is a sheet out of the new catalogue. Kaffee Klatsch comes with 4 stamps and a stencil. It has some grungy doily patterns and while I was creating it, I had coffee talk on SNL (anyone remembers that?) on my mind – so that is where the name inspiration came from – LOL

 

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And the last set is called Mark Maker including 5 stamps and a stencil. It is inspired by exactly what I want this to be intended for :) Making Marks …easy peasy ;)

 

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I cannot wait to share some fun projects with the new stamps in the next couple weeks! They are ready to be ordered by Retailers now and will be ready to be shipped out from December 22 on!

I really hope you like them :)

have a wonderful day

Nat

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  • Jackie P Neal

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    WOO HOO Nat!!
    Congrats on your new line! Really fab new stamps!! Trying to pick a fav- but I think I’ll pick them all!!
    Merry Christmas to you and your hon! xoxo

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  • Laura Strack

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    Love watching old SNL skits. I always end up laughing till it hurts. Congrats on the new additions to your stamp line. Love them all! I can see some wonderful texture and layers, already!!

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  • Jen Johnson

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    Love these, especially mark maker. Can’t wait to get my grubby hands on them!

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  • Joan von Metzinger

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    Congrats on your fantastic stamp collection… I so love this collection….. Your work has and always will be such an inspiration to me…. Thank you!

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  • Nurse Ratchet

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    LOVE LOVE LOVE…..ordering them ALLLLLL!!!!!!

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  • upstatelisa

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    congrats! can hardly wait to get my hands on some of these goodies! and yes, I loved Cawfee Tawk! lol

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  • Kat

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    Beautiful designs! I can’t wait to order them!!! Congrats and much luck!

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  • Anna-Karin

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    They are gorgeous!! So versatile and so much fun. Looking forward to inking them up. :)

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    rizamerk

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    Congrats. Looking forward to getting my hands on them.

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  • Dara Lynn

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    I can’t decide which set I love more! Congratulations Nathalie! Several years have passed and watching you grow not only as an artist but seeing the journey unfold….bravo and continued success !! Your friend in Moore OK

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In The Same Boat? Canvas

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Altered Art

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  • Nurse Ratchet

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    There are no words coming to me that adequately express to you how much I adore your amazing city scapes!!

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  • Stephanie Schütze

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    Nat, das ist ein wunderbares Bild! Tolle Farben und die Boote sind der Hit! Es passt einfach alles! Toll! Liebe Grüsse über den grossen Teich, Stephanie :-)

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      Stephanie, vielen lieben Dank :) Ganz liebe Grüße zurück über den Teich- hoffe der Herbst lässt sich gut an :)

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  • Jackie P Neal

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    Nat, Absolutely stunning is what I have to say!
    My favorite view is from a bluff over looking Lake Ontario- up North of where I live- I’ll send a picture next time I go! “)

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  • Gina Sismilich

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    Absolutely gorgeous – you get better and better!

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  • Ursula

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    Hallo Nat, – super eingefangen. Ich sehe mich schon wieder auf dem Boot, die Skyline abfahren – LG Ursula

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designed by n*Studio features: Judi Kauffman

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in designed by n*Studio

One of the things that make me really giddy is when I spy someone using my new stamps by Stampendous or also my Stencils with StencilGirl Products :) So I thought once in a while I would feature the work of those wonderful talented people with a new Series called: designed by n*Studio features:…..

And today I feature: Judi Kauffman

I am so happy to have my friend Judi Kauffman back for another feature! I had her a couple months ago and I just love the way she includes a very detailed description on her projects! She uses my products in such fun and unique ways- I love it!!! Judi has no blog- so leave her some love here:)

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About Judi:

Judi Kauffman wears, and has always worn, many hats at the same time. She is a designer, writer, and teacher who has worked in the craft industry for over 25 years. She has also been a graphic artist, art director, photo stylist, illustrator, and weaver. She has an undergraduate degree in printmaking and a master’s in fibers. Judi’s projects, articles, and reviews appear in a wide variety of magazines, she works for several manufacturers in design and product development. She is a frequent guest artist for Elizabeth Craft Designs, Walnut Hollow, StencilGirl Products, and other manufacturers. She has also written five books (alas, all now out of print).

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Thanks for inviting me back as a Guest Designer, Nathalie. I thought it would be fun to use your Grunge stamp and template set to make a Grunge Shelf. The shelf is 11” long by 1½” deep, the right size for styluses, palette knife, mini brayer, small tubes of paint or other tools. Or it could go on a dresser to hold lipsticks, eyeliner and such, or on a desk for pens and a letter opener!

 

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Nat

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