Kristin Peterson: mixed media, collage, painter, artist

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

#dreamthicket


this girl has totally taken flight.....because this morning i am introducing Dream Thicket.


so excited to share this information with everyone! through a collaboration with the very talented Roben-Marie Smith i have my own rubber stamp line (....pinch me now!!) which is now available in Roben-Marie's store Paperbag Studios!

all the images were created by me and now you can use these rubber stamps in your work as well! art journaling, mixed media, or even on cotton fabric...whatever you come up with!

we are doing a blog hop- and have a great list of artists who created with Dream Thicket rubber stamps- so be sure to check out the links below. you won't want to miss these!



the Dream Thicket rubber stamps are a deep cut rubber stamp with great image quality and this sheet will come however you would like.....want the stamps already mounted on wood? got it! how about cling so you can use your clear acrylic block to check placement? got those too! or do you like to do your own mounting and cut out? sorry you are out of luck...just kidding!! if you like to do your own mounting- Paperbag Studios has that too!

here are a couple of my own examples. be sure to stop back as i will be posting other creative examples all week!



here is our list of creative souls that joined this journey and created with Dream Thicket rubber stamps:

Roben-Marie Smith
Mystele Kirkeeng
Shelley Chavis
Tina Walker
Nellie Wortman
Mo Wassell
Colette Copeland
April Cole
Mary Nasser
Susan Gallitto
Jennifer Stone




11 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Kristin! I can't stop using your new rubber art stamp images! They are so delightful! :) They are great fun to incorporate in my mixed media art journaling!

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  2. That series of hearts is really beautiful!

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  3. Just love your collection Kristin!

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  4. I have enjoyed working with you so much and really do love these stamps. I remember seeing that little owl some time ago on your blog and knew it would make a great stamp! Your work is amazing and I love what you created with the stamps! :)

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  5. Great stamps, saw them on Mystele's blog. Wonderful collection.

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  6. The heart could be used all over the page by itself,
    it's that beautiful!

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  7. Congrats on having your own line of stamps...wishing you much success!

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  8. Amazing stamps Kristin! I love them all. Congratulations!

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thanks for your comments- i love hearing from you!!