Monday, October 27, 2014

Creative Blog Hop

I tagged Jen!

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11. frommycraftroom said...
Thanks for sharing some more about yourself and your creative process. 
I'll keep my eyes open for the sheep :)
I understand the felting wool will shrink in hot water and fibres will become like a piece of felt fabric - someone correct me if I'm not right.
Congrats frommycraftroom! Email me at and thank you to all who commented! :)


I hope you all had a lovely weekend! :)

The wonderful and super talented Ange tagged me for the Creative Blog Hop and I'm quite flattered that she thought of me! :)
So here we go!

1.What creative projects are you currently working on?

I'm currently and always working on new stamp set's a peek of one of my sketches for an up coming set! :)

It's all about sheep and wool for me this month! ;)

I've got many projects on my to do list which includes lots of crochet projects. I bought this yarn (100% wool) thinking it would be perfect for a scarf but when I got home and read the label it said Felting wool and I'm thinking it's not a good idea for a scarf (I'm pretty sure something happens to the wool once washed) I decided to make a little added cushion for my chair (at my desk)...I have just enough yarn to make it...keep my butt warm! :)

I'm doing the bean stitch.

2.What inspires your designs?

Many things inspire my designs (I'm talking about my stamp sets) kids, nature, even my design team. I had former DT member Amy in mind when I did Life is Good (she loves mason least she did back then when I drew it), Doodle Flowers ll I had Aga in mind and Hello Friend was inspired by my kids. This also applies for my card making...other card designers, pinterest and home decor magazine give me loads of inspiration.

3.What method / process (if applicable) do you apply to each of your creative projects, and how long does each project take to complete?

I don't even know how to answer this...I don't have a method. I have a vision in my head and I try to recreate it. Is that a method? :) One thing I do though is when I just have no mojo I will stamp a bunch of images and colour them (colouring relaxes me like crocheting does) and then when I do have an idea it really comes in handy having pre coloured stamped images all ready to be used.

4.If you had to describe your 'signature' style, what would it be?

Probably cute. 

5. What are 3 crafting products/tools you can't live without?

Scissors, Graph'it markers and my Fiskars cutting board.

So that's it....and now I'm in trouble! Everyone I have tried to tag has already been tagged!!! I am still looking and will update here on this post who the next crafter is.
Also I wanted to do a little giveaway...

I chose to give TEArrific to giveaway because Ange created an awesome card for the JD blog today using this set. So if you'd like to win this set leave a comment and I'll announce the winner tomorrow! :) Good luck!
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Sam Olden said...

Your sheep is too cute!! Love the tea stamp set. Because as we all know tea makes everything better :)

Sue D said...

Nice learning more about you!

Francine said...

Loved reading this! :-) And the sheep is super cute!

Riti said...

Super cute sheep & wool sketch,...
Love this Teariffic set !!!
Thanks for d giveaway!!

missanomis said...

Warm and inspiring text, thanks for sharing it with us
Good to have you so we can look for inspiration in your work too ;) ... thanks for that

ana@carpe_diem said...

So nice! Both stamp set snd a chance to find out some more about you

beru said...

What for a beautiful crochet sheep this is. I Love it :) Wishes from Ute

Nancy said...

So enjoyed reading a bit more about you Jane! I have always admired your whimsical stamps. Well deserved recognition!

Judy1223 said...

Jane, so nice to read more about you! I would definitely say CUTE is your signature style! I mean, look at that adorable sheep! (Ha! Love it!)

Amy C. said...

Thanks for the cute stamp set your giving away! Your little sheep is so sweet!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing some more about yourself and your creative process.
I'll keep my eyes open for the sheep :)
I understand the felting wool will shrink in hot water and fibres will become like a piece of felt fabric - someone correct me if I'm not right.

KT Fit Kitty said...

It was fun to read all about you and get to know you better! Your crocheting looks beautiful - I wish I could crochet! Your tea set stamps are cute - thank you for the giveaway!

~amy~ said...

Love reading more about you Jane!

PS I still love mason jars:)

Teresa Doyle said...

That is a cute "knitting sheep" you are creating. Looking forward to seeing the whole set!

Indy said...

I always love learning about other crafty people! Whenever I see knitting sheep, I am reminded of a super fun multiplication book for children, "Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream!" Super fun image and great use of your wool yarn!

Linda T said...

So nice to read about you and see you're projects. I just ADORE that sheep. I love sheep. I just love the tea set stamps. Tea does comfort you
when things go wrong. Thank you for a chance to win this beautiful set.