Creative Squad

From Small Beginnings – Marsha Valk

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Happy Tuesday!  It’s time for my Creative Squad to share a project with you with this month’s theme: “From Small Beginnings”. Throughout the month of September, the team will be using my n*Studio Stamps to interpret the theme. The change in seasons and the childhood ritual of Back to School in September has me thinking about starting new things – new projects, learning new things, and meeting new people, and all the excitement and challenges that come with all of these “new”s. For this theme, From Small Beginnings, my Squad will think about the process of starting something new and the very first steps they took. I’ll ask them, how did you experience a Beginning?

So this week we have a gorgeous scrapbook page from Marsha Valk, where she reminisces about her start in mixed media with stamping, embossing powders, and scrapbooking.

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This theme made me think about how I started stamping. I can’t remember which stamps I bought first. I’m guessing it was a small wood mounted alphabet set.

I do know that some of the first inks I had were little Colorbox Cat’s Eyes and the first time I used embossing powder was in an Ali Edwards class. It was sooo scary and soooo amazing at the same time!!! And then, of course I had to buy the stuff for myself.

Anyway, I started to look for the mini I made in that class and I ended up looking through some of the other minis I’ve made over the years. One of the minis featured a photo of my scrapcorner in the attic in 2006 and that sparked my plan for this theme:

I wanted to scrapbook, I wanted to heat emboss and I wanted to use materials I would (or could) have had 10 or more years ago.

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I started stamping on a smooth watercolour paper with embossing ink. I heat-embossed with white embossing powder.

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Then I played around with Ecoline and… forgot to take further photos… Oops.

Once the Ecoline was dry I added the cardstock cluster and my photo. My title was made with two of my Dymo Label Makers. One of them is actually visible on the desk in the photos!

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I also added some Scrappers Floss to the cluster with a stapler and because I used to print most of my journaling, I adhered my text in strips to the page. I finished the page with some paint marker splatters and the date.

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I love how Marsha took us both back in time AND behind-the-scenes with her super fun page.  And those Kaffee Klatsch and Mish Mesh stamps look amazing embossed in white against those gorgeous colors!

In addition to paper floss, a stapler, and personal photographs , Marsha used the supplies listed below (some are affiliate links):

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Maybe you will even play along with us -I would love to see how you interpret our monthly themes. Email me how you used my stencils and stamps with the theme and email me an image – I would love to share your projects in my next “n*Spiration From Around the Globe“.

See you next Tuesday for another project from the Creative Squad!

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  • Joi@RR

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    This was a fun story of your beginnings Marsha and your project is fun too! Really awesome background with the stamps. My very first stamp was Nathalie’s Fiesta stamp and would you believe I WON it – from her???!!!! I treasure it still!!! Thanks bunches for sharing. j.

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  • Mary

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    Beautiful. Love the technique. Thanks for sharing.
    On my list to do.

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Studio Time or … Is Scrapbooking Dead?

Yes, hold your horses, I did a Scrapbooking Page ! And it was fun!

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I used my new Stampendous Mark Maker Stampset and did some monoprinting on white paper using the stamps and acrylic paints.

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I free handedly cut out little circles and applied them to the Cardstock.

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I used a Bamboo Sketching Pen and Acrylic ink to write the title on the very same paper and then I just cut that out to and applied it with some foam pads onto the layout.

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I used a Journaling Pen to scribble around the circles and do the journal.

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Very easy peasy layout. Here is a video by Scrap Time which they made of me at CHA. Thank you – you rock and you do a fab job covering CHA! – I am talking about the stamp sets and also show the layout in the video.

 

Why not doing a Scrapbooking Layout once in a while- right? The big talk at CHA was that Scrapbooking is dead. I don’t agree, I think it has just changed and is not a mega hobby trend anymore and everyone who is interested in it just has to adapt it to their own style. Just like every other crafts that go and come in waves- but it will be still something that people will do as a memory keeping hobby. I also like it because it is so adaptable with Mixed Media and Art Journaling. What do you think?

Here are the supplies I used for the Layout:

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Have a gorgeous day!

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  • Mandy C

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    Great page and I like that we met through a common interest in scrapbooking. Scrapbooking has been around since the first papers were created, it might have changed and evolved over time but as long as people have memories and celebrations to document, there is sure to be scrapbooking in some form.

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  • Stampendous Stamps

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    Gorgeous scrapbook page, Nathalie!! Love what you’ve done with the stamps and the circles!!

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  • Dara Lynn

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    I’ve been scrapping since the late 90’s and certainly have seen a transition in my scrapping methods. I love creating or putting my personal twist on pages, like so many. Combine that with it seemed like a huge bombardment of paper companies and those who were able to show versatility in their products were the ones who survived. Rooms across the world are chunk full of paper, embellishments, brads, buttons….they wanted something different…what better way to add a medium to refresh, have fun and add that personal touch

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  • Kelly Ann

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    I like that Rhonda Srickland – preserving memories with art. I have been scrapbooking since the early 70’s, and even at the very beginning there was “art” on my pages. I don’t think it’s dead. it’s just transitioning like all art forms do over time.

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I think that scrapbooking has changed over the 13 years that I’ve been scrapping. There is more of a move towards mixed media (which can also be used on a layout for sure). I find that I am working more in my art journal but part of that is that my son is not so young anymore so I don’t feel the need to scrap every activity that we do (like I did when he was under 6). I go to a crop once a month and folks are still scrapping but maybe not buying as many supplies as they once did (since they have tons to use up first)!

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  • Yankeegirl

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    Oh, I LOVE it when you do a scrapping page! It is awesome!!! Your mixed media techniques make it so unique!!!

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  • Rhonda Strickland

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    Love your layout…very fun! I would like to know what companies are trying to say scrapbooking is dead. :o( It certainly is not, and I would not support any company who believes that. Scrapbooking is still about preserving memories with art. That really makes me very sad.

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Have You Seen Anything Exciting at CHA? or … What about Surfaces/Substrates?

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I just came back from six days at the CHA Show in Anaheim, California. CHA is the Craft and Hobby Association and holds a big Trade Show for the latest and greatest regarding Craft and Hobby every January.

The most asked question between Designers, Artists, Crafters and Educators this year was “Have you seen anything exciting at CHA where you think I should head right over to?” This wasn’t an easy question to answer. My friend Seth Apter did a great job listing the Trends to Watch and some thoughts on his blog – and I agree with everything fully .

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I personally was on the hunt for Surfaces/Substrates at CHA whenever I had a bit time between meetings, and demoing (I will post some photos of that later ;) ). As most of you know I am working with my dream paint company right now and I am always on the look out for some wonderful surfaces that I can incorporate in my artwork or in my Mixed Media Workshops.

Mixed Media is still a hot and climbing trend in the Craft and Hobby Sector and it was EVERYWHERE but it was really hard to find something that made me excited to work on regarding as a surface. Most paper crafting manufacturers seem to venture into producing paints and media that already exist. I was a bit surprised by that. Wouldn’t it would be so much more innovative and successful to come up with something unique that works with the products a paper craft company already manufactures but also supports other media? Oh well….

Here are my top 5 surface products I found by Craft Manufacturers:

Relics and Artifacts by Susan Evertson for Prima Marketing

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These resins excited me! They were unique and not main stream- they can be used in Mixed Media – Assemblages, Canvases but also for Scrapbooking and Card Project. For me a great idea and I love the unique designs !

Mixed Media Albums by Graphic 45

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Nice and sturdy cardboard albums, in different color schemes, with nice and thick paper inserts – different designs as with pockets and tabs. Graphic45 came out with some great paper lines and embellishments to go with those books to make them into calendars or recipe books- but they also can be altered and used with paints – I cannot wait to play with one and make an Mixed Media-photo-album out of one of those.

Mixed Media Boxes by Graphic 45

 

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I know… Boxes – but- I liked those- nice quality boxes – with so many possibilities. Alter them with Scrapbooking Paper, make recipe boxes, make shadowboxes, home decor items- with photos – use them for a Mixed Media project …you see –  endless possibilities and a good fit with their already existing paper products!

Just Add Watercolors by Cosmo Cricket

 

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Cosmo Cricket did it for me this year in coming up with great surface ideas for the craft and hobby industry!! I love their Watercolor paper, cards, tags and blocks printed with gold and clear foil resist. You can not only add watercolor, but also acrylic inks and make some easy yet artsy looking cards etc. I think this is a great gateway into experimenting with Mixed Media for people that want to get a tiny bit messy but are still clean paper crafters !

Gallery Blocks by Cosmo Cricket

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This one was my favorite! These are  canvases with a wooden back. You can use them either kind of like a shadowbox or paint on the wooden surface- which is fun too – as you will have a frame then already. BUT even cooler, if you want to wrap it in fabric, they added super strong adhesive on the edges and every block comes with thumb tacks for reinforcing the corners. this means you can add any painted fabric – duck canvas, stained and painted canvas or fabric on top of  it- in an easy peasy way. GREAT idea!!!

That was the result of my Surface and Substrate hunt . Oh wait, speaking of Mixed Media Surfaces ….looksie what I found in the Ice Resin Booth ;) That is the suitcase that Jen Cushman made for her Creative JumpStart Video- if you are signed up – you will recognize it :)

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If you were at CHA- let me know your thoughts- and if you weren’t let me know your thoughts about surfaces or substrates you personally would love to see !

 

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  • Sandra Evertson

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    Thank you so much for including my RELICS & ARTIFACTS resin craft blanks by Sandra Evertson/Prima Marketing Inc. in your top five picks for CHA 2015!! I’d like to invite you to the Prima Marketing Inc booth this Winter 2016 CHA, we are going to introduce an even more fabulous companion line to mix and match!! Thanks again! And hope to see you there!
    Sandra Evertson

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  • Seth

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    Hey Nat. Great seeing you at the show. Thanks so much for including my link in the post. And for sharing these product favorites. Somehow I missed a few of them at the show.

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  • Zandra Cudney

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    It was so nice to see you and Suze in front of the Prima Finnabair demo. Missed you at Art Venture this year.

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  • ljfsyd

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    Wasn’t there but so glad you shared …. Love the canvases w
    Itch wood back. Also would like to see uses with all the wood embellishments I saw here and in retail and some ideas.

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I am very interested in the mixed media albums. I tend to love Graphic 45 products. Resin relics…yeah.

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  • Kim reed

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    I wasn’t at CHA, but watched quite a bit of the action on YouTube. I about pooped my pants when I saw Sandra Evertson’s new line with Prima because I am already a big fan of her stamp line. However, I had no clue about that Cosmo Cricket line, so the gallery blocks are going right to my wish list. I’m looking forward to your new stamp release as well! And I totally agree with you about the paper companies invading the paint territory, they just need to get off that bandwagon already. Thanks for sharing this info!!

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  • Ursula

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    Hallo Nat – mein Neid ist mit dir ;)) Ich denke, ich werde mir all die neuen Dinge mal die nächsten Tage am Compi anschauen – aber das GraphicAlbum sieht schon mal seeeeeeeeehr vielversprechend aus – auch wenn ich ja nicht so der “Matscher” bin ;)) LG Ursula

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  • Laura S.

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    Love all your choices. The Prima Relics are too cool. Need to play with them for sure!

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  • Francine G

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    Hi Nathalie

    Like you I love those resin artifacts…. I just hope that I will find some? Also the Graphic 45 albums are awesome… And the canvas with wooden back what a cool idea with so many possibilities…
    I was not at CHA but I was able to follow with all the posts of the différent company…
    I appreciate your overview you’re the expert!

    Hugs

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  • Jackie P

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    I’m digging the relics and the gallery blocks you’ve posted! and no I was not at CHA , but home viewing from my computer “( waaahh
    I do however ADORE that luggage that Jen painted on CJS!!! And I have a huge supply of vintage ones- just asking for paint!!
    I think you need to design a cool substrate Nat!! hint hint!
    thanks for your insight! hugs xo

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designed by n*Studio features: Keren Tamir

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: Keren Tamir

I met Keren in my class at CHA this January  which was awesome, but I  have been seeing her wonderful work for quite a while now. I was super thrilled that she was using my stamps and including templates – so let her show you what fun Scrapbooking Projects she did with them

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My name is Keren Tamir and I’m 39 years old. I am a wife to a wonderful husband who is very supportive of my scrapbooking and a mother of two amazing kids; a 13 year old boy and a 7 years old girl. I’ve been scrapbooking for 11 years and I mainly scrapbook about my family. I love to create and experiment with many different mediums and techniques.

My style incorporates a lot of mixed media but I love to use lots of flowers and vines in my projects. I also love using lots of different mediums on my layouts as well as stamps and stencils. My style is always evolving and that’s one of the things I love about this art.

One of the main reasons I started scrapbooking was to preserve memories and photos for my children. However over the last couple of years, I’ve started to enjoy another aspect of scrapbooking. I love the artistic outlet that it gives me. I love to create and I’m passionate about what I do.

To see more of my creations you can visit my blog

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The projects I’m featuring, use the fabulous stamps that my friend Nat Kalbach designed for Stampendous.

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These stamps are just so amazing because they create texture on my projects. I love using them to create different types of backgrounds on my designs. The stamps are so versatile and can be used for many different types of projects such as layouts, tags or OTP’s.

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You can see how I used the burlap textured stamp in some of my projects.

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It gives my layouts a rustic feel as if they are part of nature.

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Thank you Keren, I loved how you used the stamps to create this layer of natural texture and how you incorporated them into your femine grungy projects. Love them!!!

Here are the n*Studio products that Keren used:

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thank you for visiting today- have a gorgeous day

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I have the Mish Mesh set and I just love it.
    Wired is still on my wish list.

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  • Amante del Papel

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    is fabulous!

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designed by n*Studio features: Riikka Kovasin

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: Riikka Kovasin

I met Riikka several times online and offline as my student in my Mixed Media classes and it has always been a delight to have this super talented girl. I love what she did with my stamps and templates so without further ado..here is what Riikka has to say and show herself :)

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Hello there! I am Riikka Kovasin. I’m a mixed media style scrapbooker from Finland. I adore getting my hands into paints and mists! To me the process of creating is equally important than the finished page. I think that scrapbooking is a form of self-expression and I’m creating pages partly because of that and partly because I want to document our lives to my two children.

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I was fortunate enough to meet Nathalie during an event by her and Birgit Koopsen in the Netherlands. There I got the chance to see her stencils live and bought myself one of them. I immediately fell in love with the crackle stencil and now I only regret that I didn’t get other designs, too! I’ve used the stencil in several projects already and my husband was inspired by it when he was designing his guitar. In these projects I used it to make an embossed piece of vellum.

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I like how versatile the pattern is and how you can create a subtle effect with it or go bold. It goes perfectly to vintage style, but can also be used in modern ones!

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When I first saw Nathalie’s stamp designs I knew I had to get some! They are so perfect for backgrounds and layering! They’re unique in their designs and have a lovely mixed media feeling in them.

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I love the circular designs and my absolute favorite is the stitched style circle.

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And who wouldn’t like something extra – I love the fact that all the sets include a stencil, too!

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I used the extra stencil in the other layout to create the background and the “Wired” stamp set in both layouts and the cards.

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Thank you so much Riikka, I love how you used the Crackle Stencil on the vellum and the beautiful colorful way with embossing powders you used the stencil in the Wired Stamp Set as well as the Stamps. Gorgeous!

Here are the n*Studio products that Riikka used:

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thank you for visiting today- have a gorgeous day
Nat

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  • Kripa

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    Love the Los and d card too. You work magic with ur supplies riikka

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  • Kathy P

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    Hello, Riikka! Love what you have done in today’s post! You’ve made me decide that I must have those stencils!!!! Thanks for your inspiration!

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  • Riikka

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    Thank you so much for having me here Nat! <3

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  • Laura Strack

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    Love how Rikka used your Stencil and stamps. Love the texture and color on the vellum. Beautiful! Love seeing all the wonderful artist using your awesome stamps and stencils. It is so inspiring.

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Great cards and I love the LO’s too!
    I just used one of Nat’s stamps to do a background page in my art journal (the long one that looks like a weaving).

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designed by n*Studio features: Chris Lim

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: Chris Lim

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I met Chris in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she was taking on of my Mixed Media Classes. I was blown away by her talent and I have been following her ever since. I love her style and I am happy she is using my stamps. chris has no blog, so please give her some love here :)
The stage is hers:

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Hi! My name is Chris Lim, a mother to three grown up boys and a grandmother to my 3 year old beautiful granddaughter.

Basically, I am a scrap booker/paper crafter who loves all things beautiful. My style, to many who have known me, is more of shabby chic. Being an avid crafter, I began to explore beyond paper crafting. I now enjoy creating with different mediums and elements. As such I have gone beyond my ‘shabby chic style’. The current ‘in thing’ for me now is painting doll faces with big eyes and long lashes. I hope my work will inspire other crafters.

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I love Chris’ very femine and intricate style !

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Love how she ties everything together and uses all kinds of different embellishments and materials on this canvas.

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And here is a beautiful Scrapbooking Layout where Chris used my stamps and stencil template:

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I love the hint of grunge in the background- wonderful! Thank you so much Chris for sharing your work using my stamps with me!!

Here are the n*Studio Stamps used:

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have a fantastic day!
Nat

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  • lily

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    Lovely canvas! Looks like some spiritual happiness to me :-)
    and the layout is awesome too!
    And as for Nat: really like the idea of showing work of some of your “users” :-)

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  • Suzie

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    Wow, Chris, your creations are stunning! I love that they are feminine & pretty with just a hint of grunge mixed in. Really, really fabulous!

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  • Kathy

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    Lovely! Great design!

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  • Amante del Papel

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    It’s a great, great artisc, fantastic projects!

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  • Kathy

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    Gorgeous designs, Chris! I love your artistic style, using all these different mediums so well! A feast for the eyes!

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Beautiful work Chris. Thanks for sharing it with us. I like how you used the stamps in the background of the layout.

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Guest Designer at Ruby Rock-It

Thank you Ruby Rock-It for having me as a Guest Designer this month. It was fun to play again with Scrapbooking Paper and here are two Scrapbooking Layouts I created for them :)

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I used the Year in Review April page as a base and toned it down here and there with Gesso. I also scribbled some marks on there. I cut out the flowers of the Mother Nature Point in Time Paper and colored three of them with watercolor.
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I also cut out Flowers of the Mother Nature Royale and Mother Nature Flutterby Paper as well as the beautiful butterfly. I layered different paper and vellum a the bottom of the photo. The title which is short for Kuala Lumpur where the photo was taken is hand painted with a brush and acrylic paint and then doodled on with a black journaling pen.
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For this layout I used the beautiful Mother Nature Cardstock and painted with some Liquitex Acrylic Paints over it.
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 I also painted the back of some of the Damask Vellum and cut out one of the damask shapes.
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I layered stripes and rectangles of the Floral Vellum, Mother Nature Royale and Year in Review June Paper. I wrote the title with a Liquitex Acrylic Marker on the Mother Nature Royale paper, traced it and cut it out for a nice extra hand made touch.
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I splattered some Liquitex Acrylic Ink onto the layout to give it a bit contrast with black and make the colors more pop.
Ruby Rock-It was so nice to offer a giveaway – Bella! Year In Review collection! – here is a picture of it – go give them some Like-Love on their Facebook Page in return and tell them you come from me – so they know ;)
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Hope you have a gorgeous day with lot’s of chocolate …I mean…who doesn’t like chocolate?
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  • Gunvor

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    Love what you did with the scrap book papers, especially the Kuala Lumpur one – awesome colours!

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      thank you Gunvor :) I know it is rare to see me scrapbooking nowadays :)

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  • Kathy P

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    Awesome pages, Nat….happy to see you do scrapbook pages as well as your terrific mixed media…..great melding!

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  • Amante del Papel

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    What a fantastic color you decide to use!

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  • Jackie P Neal

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    Nat, great layouts! am wondering how your Aunt is doing? Hope all is well…hugs

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  • Laura Strack

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    Fun layouts. Love the pops of color on the neutral background on the first L/O. You’re so talented!

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I really like the way that you did the title and yes, chocolates are awesome!

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Germany’s Next Goof Ball

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I think this is an appropriate title for the layout showing pictures of a photo shoot in Germany. I did this layout for the Stampendous! CHA booth …and I kind of think I have never shown it…if I did…sorry…I guess then I goofed up ;)

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I stamped the white background with my Stampendous! Stampset Wired and Gesso and after it dried I lightly sprayed over it with Liquitex Spray Paints. I stamped on different cardboard with the circle wire stamp and cut it out. Also stamped and stenciled with gesso and black acrylic paint on top of the background after spray painting.

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For the title I stamped foam letters with archival ink and the background stamp to pick up the background design. The ones I used were Pink Paislee Cushies which are not available anymore but you can use any kind of cardboard or foam alphabet stickers. It is a great way to alter what you have and make it fit with your project.

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The photos were mounted with double sided tape and for dimension also with foam pads.

Yours truly

German Goof Ball aka Nat

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Ostsee Scrap in Germany – May 23-25, 2014

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So looking forward to be back at this wonderful event – since it is in Germany …and in German…I will post the details about it in German…:)

Ich freue mich riesig im Mai wieder in Deutschland beim Ostsee Scrap in Boltenhagen dabei zu sein. Es gibt nichts schöneres als entspannt in schöner Gegend kreativ zu sein – wenn ich nur dieses Foto vom letzten Jahr anschaue, kann es kaum erwarten :)

Ich werde die folgenden Workshops geben:

Freitag – 13.00-16.00 Uhr – Haptik-Nicht-So

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In diesem Workshop mit Nathalie geht es um Techniken die Haptik erzeugen – spiel mit Monoprinting, Nats Stampendous Stempeln und Embossing Medien und kreiere ein kleines Buch zum Anfassen. Alle Techniken können wunderbar auf spätere Scrapbooking, Stempel und Mixed Media Projekte angewandt werden.

Samstag 8.00 – 11.30 Uhr – Strauchwerk

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In diesem Workshop werdet ihr eine fantasievolle Leinwand gestalten. Verwendet Farben, Stencil, Stempel, Metall und andere Objekte um Strauchwerk ein neues Gesicht zu verleihen.

 

Sonntag 8.00 -11.30 Artvergnugen

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Hier werdet ihr mit Nathalie in eine andere Dimension eintauchen und ein kleines Artjournal beginnen. Lernt tolle Techniken mit denen man Tiefe und einfache Effekte erzeugen kann und lernt Tipps und Tricks des Artjournalings. Nathalie zeigt euch wie sie an diese Sache rangeht… Spassfaktor mit inbegriffen!

 

Ich hoffe Ihr seid mit Andrea, Jana, Melanie und mir mit von der Partie :) Ich freue mich wie Bolle – LOL!

Tschüß Ihr Lieben

Nat

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  • elvan

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    Hallo Nat!!

    Ich freue mich auch schon wie Bolle! Ich habe von dem Event im letzten Jahr so viel gehört, dass ich echt gespannt bin, wie es ist, life dabei zu sein!!

    Bis dahin,

    viele Grüße,

    Elvan :-)

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  • Katia

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    amazing!

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  • Ursula

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    ……….. wann war jetzt nochmal genau Mai? Ich freu mich schon sowas von – und deine Workshops klingen wieder äußerst spannend
    LG Ursula

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