Thursday, April 10, 2008

Stephanie DosReis and justjohanna

First let me introduce you to the blog of an outstanding artist. Stephanie DosReis. The link is to her blog. She's awesome, mixed media type stuff, cutting cool bits of images to make other totally different things. YUM for that! She also designed a line called The Wonder Years for Daisy D's scrapbook/papercraft company. Johanna connected up with her and also liked Stepanie's artwork, so she procured stickers from the Wonder Years line for those of us on her Design Team.

And that is what I have to show you today, I used the stickers Stephanie designed, with the justjohanna stamps to make the following cards:


This one actually uses the April Sketch from the justjohanna newsletter *see sketch in previous post*


I had stickers to work with. They were really fun, they looked like they had real fabric on them and all this cool stitching and all. And the mixed up patterns were just really fun to work with. I looked on Stephanie's blog and it is an entire line, paper and all stuffs. I might have to procure some of that. Now really, go click the link I gave you to Stephanie's blog, it's fresh and fun and colorful and unique. Serious eye candy.

6 comments:

Ali said...

Hi Erin,

Your Owls (and all the rest of your cards) are fab! I love your quirky cards and you have inspired me to use owls. They are here:http://paperpiecing.blogspot.com/2008/04/punny-mood.html Hope you like them!

I read your blog everyday and it always cheers me up!

Ali

Ali said...

Hello again, sorry it's not a template, I used a new sizzix die to make the owls.

Ali

CraftyC said...

A great selection!!
Clairexx

Tami Bayer said...

You have been so busy this week! I love your mail art and the work with these stickers is outstanding. Off to check out the link.

asela said...

These are all great. Love seeing how you are developing a wonderful style all your own!

Kathi Rerek said...

Those cards are wonderful! You used the "Wonder Years" stuff really, really well.

I also like your new header, so I figured I'd tell you.