WELCOME to the Paperbabe Stamps Summer Blog Hop featuring new stamps from the Paperbabe herself – Kim Costello.
If you have hopped on over from Joanne’s blog then you are on the right track, if not and you want to start the hop from the beginning then pop on over to the PAPERBABE STAMPS blog.
The hoppity hop has some prizes up for grabs so don’t forget to comment on the blogs as you hop through to be in with a chance to win.
Kim Costello has got a lovely collection of stamps to share with you all today. There is “Folk Fabrique” (the stamp set I am using), “Doll Face”, “Mayleedee Little Red”, “Mayleedee Frost Fairy” and “Dillon Frost Sprite”. You can find them all at the Paperbabe shops either on Etsy or via the WebShop
So here is a peak at Folk Fabrique:
I’ve decorated the cover of a notebook for my make.
It is a really versatile stamp set and I’ve used the different ‘feather’ stamps in different colours to fill the peacock and then made a banner using the various flower and leaf motifs in the set.
There is a fabric-textured backdrop in the set too to fit all the stamps into and make a fabric-style background if you like.
I’m looking forward to some more experimenting with this lovely set!
So I did mention prizes didn’t I?
To celebrate there will be the ENTIRE AUGUST release and a very special not yet released (get it well before it’s release in September) rubber stamp up for grabs to a very lucky winner. The winner will be announced on the Paperbabe Blog on the 15th with the Newest Challenge and you have until the 13th to enter by leaving a comment on the hop blogs.
Next on the hop is Tricia but here is the whole list in case you need it:
Kim Dellow (You Are here!)
Have fun hopping with Paperbabe Stamps!
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Kim your use of this stamp set is fantastic, I've been hopping through and each designer has something new to show, it's wonderful. I am loving your colours and the banner is a beautiful touch. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with my stamps! HuGs Kim x
It's great seeing how versatile the stamps are and how different they look with different colours – I love the colours you've used :o)
love your notebook and the colours are stunning
thank you for taking part in the HOP
Gorgeous projects- love the colorful notebook!
Thanks but they aren't from me they are designed by Kim Costello! Kim is the Paperbabe of Paperbabe Stamps!
Love how you have used these stamps Kim, beautiful notebook. Thanks for the link am off to check them out now 🙂 xxx
This is such a fun hop and so many versatile and unique projects! I adore the notebook you made, your colors are so cheerful! Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!~kim
Beautiful Kim, I love how you have used the stamps 🙂 hugs Tricia xxx
What an adorable little notebook! Great work with this stamp indeed! Tfs! Melissa (Dollipop Productions)
Love your notepad and the colours you have used for those gorgeous stamps is so different from what the rest of the DT has used – love these warm and rich colours. I'll be back to comment on one other blog and then the hop will be done! Thank you for sharing these gorgeous inspirations with us and for the blog hop Karen x
Such a beautiful notebook – totally adorable and so colourful! Gorgeous!! Hugs Delphine xx
Awesome! Love the colours and your take on it – I saw this as really traditional but you've created a really vibrant modern piece. That's thinking outside the box 😉
Fantastic notebook cover design Kim, I love how you've used lots of colours for all the stamp elements, it's so vibrant and gorgeous! Chris x
Fabulous Kim, love the patterned paper strip made with the various elements of the set as the backdrop for your funky peacock!
Love love love…the colours..fabulous..tfs
very colored and gorgeous notebook cover…love it…hugs
Wonderful, would love to make something like this, so cool! Hugs, Jackie
oooo funkylicious make x
Gorgeous little notebook Kim.
This is so beautiful. I really love the design you have created with those fabulous images and the colours are wonderful.
Thank you for the inspiration.
That is fabulous, absolutely love it.
I'm intriqued about the pen and acrylic inks! Lovely notebook Kim.