Have you seen Trish Latimer’s lovely new stamps? I’ve been having a little play and I’m in love! If you have seen them then you will know what I mean! Trish has just launched five designs of her beautiful whimsical girl sketches as rubber stamps. Wahoo! Well done Trish!
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This one is called Wordgirl Five but I’m unofficially calling her Fly Free. I thought I would use her on one of my faux printed look backgrounds but I’ve also added in a border as inspired by Trish herself. By the way, you can find a video showing how to do the Faux Printed Look technique on my YouTube channel.
I reached for my Prismacolor pencils to colour her, I’ve got to admit that pencils are still one of my favourite ways to colour stamped images. It has actually been a while since I last coloured an image, think it might have been January, how mad is that? I was totally in my happy place colouring Fly Free (Wordgirl 5) what a perfect stamp to colour, I love that Trish has given us scope to let our creative colouring play in such a gorgeous design.
Trish’s girls are so sweet I can see them being used in all sorts of different projects art journaling, cardmaking, off the page and memory keeping, so versatile. I’m looking forward to using them again. Massive congratulations Trish, lots of luck with your new range and I can not wait to see more.
You can find out more about Trish’s new range over on her blog Ink Paint Beads and you can see the new range, and buy them, over in her Etsy shop Star Trish Design.
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This artwork really makes me smile ? what a lovely image! Thank you so much for sharing it's gorgeous X X X
Hi Kim, love how you have used Trish's stamp. The background is gorgeous and I love your colouring. Tracy x