Another Fun Combo with Stampendous and Staedtler

Seriously this has been the most challenging and exciting hop.  STAEDTLER and STAMPENDOUS! have some fun stuff going on and today is the big finish (for this week).  Please Enjoy the HOP HOP HOP!!

My thought for this piece was to create a Wedgewood tea cup, this was as close as I could get at midnight in a time crunch…I like working under pressure!

I have pulled out medium that I haven’t fiddled with in a while…today I not only used STAEDTLER’s amazing water color products, but I did it on water color paper.  When all you think, breath and dream is Copics it is hard to switch gears.  But I did!  You want to know where this image came from?  Did you know Stampendous now has some digital sets available at an amazing price?  You can change the saturation to a light gray and then color over the lines as if it was your own masterpiece.  You can change up the size to suit your needs.  Check them out HERE.  The tea cup is from Royal Tea Time 1.

Before you go though don’t forget comments on blogs gets you a chance to fantastic quality goodies from Stampendous and STAEDTLERS…Hop on over to the rest of the crew and see what fabulous creations they have created with the combined companies products.  Thanks for taking the time to stop by!

36 thoughts on “Another Fun Combo with Stampendous and Staedtler

  1. Geez, Jenn, is there anything that you can't do well? This is gorgeous! Definitely makes me want to buy the image and the Staedtler products!

  2. Thanks so much for using our digital downloads, Jenn! This is just exquisite, and we're so very lucky and thrilled that you play on our team and that you were able to participate in this hop!! What a fantastic job you've done, as always!

  3. I didn't even know that Stampendous had digis. This is great. You're colors are so pretty, Jenn. I love the image. You did a great job. As usual.

  4. This is beautiful!! I did NOT know stampendous had digi stamps!! But I do now and it's great to know. Changing the image to light grey is a great idea… like stamping in a light color

  5. Wedgewood! Wow! I collect Wedgewood Christmas ornaments but never thought of trying to color something to look like Wedgewood. I now must try this! And the teacup is so pretty! I have to look at those digital stamps.

  6. Very pretty & I just saw your cards over at Dustin Pike's blog & I am so in love with the little Airmail Mouse card you did.

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