The first witch is by Tricia Moore. You might know Tricia from her amazing paper piecing patterns she sells through myscrapchick. She also has a cute little vampire boy coming in the next shipment. Tricia is kind enough to offer free paper-piecing patterns on her website, so just click on her name to visit her blog.
Now the last Little Witch is from Alisa Ramirez. It is easy to see why Alisa's distinct style is so popular. She also sells paper-piecing patterns in addition to premade pieces. Stop by her website by clicking on her name. You wont be disappointed.
I do have another witch coming with the next shipment. Many of you probably recognize the distinct style of this stamp artist. Have you visited the queen of nostalgia's blog? Not only can she draw, but she makes the most lovely nostaligiac cards. She also is a talented story teller and blogger. Kristen has agreed to help me out with not only designing stamps, but also with my design team and with this blog. Which I am sure you can see, sorely needs HELP!
Now I have to say I have several other talented artists on board that I CANNOT WAIT to introduce to you. The common thread with these ladies is not only their awesome talent, but that they are great people. I have had the privilege of getting to know all of them over the last several years. I consider it an honor to work with each and every one of them. I not only consider them people I "work" with, but also friends.
Now tell me everyone, which witch (that is a tongue twister) is your favorite and why?
I have recently found out that Halloween is not celebrated by a lot of my fellow paper artists in other countries, and I know you wont be able to enjoy these stamps in the way we Americans might, and for that I apologize, but I promise to have lots of Autumn, Winter and Christmas stamps coming soon!
Enjoy your week!