Hope all is well!
I've got half an hour before I have to pick up Mia from school and then another half hour before I have to go pick up Marko from school...make lunch, feed the kids, start homework, drive Jakov to school..... grrrrr!!
I wanted to quickly share this project I've been working on with a German company Efco (who by the way are so sweet and patient with me.....the lady who deals with me is so sweet AND I found out that I was born in the same city where she is from - Dusseldorf!). Basically someone had recommended me to them as an artist (they like my hand drawn style) and I'm sure you're asking why in the world would you take on more work when you're struggling with time...good question! :)
I just thought it would be a good experience for me...to push me out of my comfort zone. They have used lots of my existing stamp designs but they have commissioned designs too. Totally their idea, I mean they showed me what they wanted and my job was to just draw it in 'my hand drawn style' so I didn't come up with the design...and I found this to be quite difficult! There's a whole other batch that is in the making.
And because it's a German company the sentiments are of coarse in German! :)
Another thing that was difficult for me was the size of the stamp set and individual stamps. I think most who follow me know I prefer big stamp images personally...but this is why I wanted to do this...push me out of my comfort zone...it's not about what I want but what Efco wants. These stamps are manufactured at the same place mine are and I tested the quality and they're great! :)
The sets are 2x3 inches and cost $3.75
I'm adding them to my shop so by the end of the day they will all have been added...I believe there's 6 in total...and like I mentioned more coming! :)
I'd love to do a giveaway...one winner will receive all 6 sets. Anyone can play just leave me a comment telling me if you prefer big images or smaller images for stamping.