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Updated: 2018-03-08T11:03:33.328+00:00


Stencils & Masks for The Artistic Stamper Creative Challenge


Hi! ooh not done my blog in ages, but just sharing a tag I made for The Artistic Stamper's Creative Team Challenge.
It is snowing here in Kent this week, and as my favourite flowers are Daffodils, i though I would make a tag using our stencil of them.

Lots of Distress Oxides in the background, followed by Distress Oxides on the daffodil stencil. Add clear moulding paste through the stencil on top of the oxides, which makes them pull through and colour the daffodils.
Dry. add a ribbon. Voila!

Hope this gives you a bit of inspiration , and that you can join in with our March challenge.
Spring is coming...


August's Creative Team Challenge- Anything Goes


Hello, and welcome to my poor neglected blog. This month I have joined in with some of the rest of the team , and created a little wall hanging using white embossing powder , and a stamp from Garden plate 1

To see the rest of ther teams' creations, please do pop over to the blog, and why not join in too?
We love seeing everyone else's creations
have a creative month

The Creative Team June's Challenge - Winged Things


Hi! I am taking part in this month's challenge which is winged things and can be interpreted any way you like. I used one of the Gibson Girls and gave her wings to fly!

Please do pop along to the blog, and we would love to see your creations
Have a creative day


Creative Challenge April- Backgrounds


It has been a while since i blogged on here, but never mind as I have been creating on my other blog. I challenged myself to create in a journal for 365 days, and am well on the way to completing it ! you can find my efforts here ( creative journaling 365)
In the meantime i have also created a tag using Distress Oxides on a tag with lots of our background stamps, and few butterflies!

You can find some of the team's creations over on The Creative Team blog. Why not join us and show us your creation?
Have a creative day

February's Creative Challenge


Hi, and welcome to February, month of love!
Over on the Creative Team blog, we have our monthly challenge, which this month is Love Hearts. 
Here is my creation. It is an ATC ( Artist's Trading card) with lots of paint and Neil Walker's new web background, some circles drawn and cut out on dictionary paper, with Neil Mini Heart pain ted and cut out and glossy accented.

Do pop over and join in. We would love to see your creations.
As am aside I am doing  Creative Journaling 365 , and aim to create a little bit of art everyday for a year! So far I am on track, and if you would like to see my efforts, please pop over to my new blog, Creative Art Journaling 365
Come and join  me ...

November's Creative Challenge- Autumnal


Hi, Oh dear, I really should write more...time just runs away with me, but never mind.
Over on the Creative Team blog, we have a new challenge- Autumnal, and I have created a mirror, using die cuts, and moulds, and stamps from The Artistic Stamper, oh and a mushroom or two from Tit Belsoeur's collection.


To check out all the other girls' gorgeous creations, pop over to The Creative Team blog, and why not join us on the blog or on Facebook.

Have a creative month
Jennie xx



Here I am again, with a very bad record of posting on my blog! But nevertheless, I have been creating, and working with my wonderful customers at the shop!
The Creative Team Challenge starts again today, and this month anything goes, as long as it has stamping in  it.

I have created a postcard, which you can see in full here, but this is a sneak peek, so please do pop over to the team's blog and check out the other creative team members fabulous artwork.
We look forward to seeing your creations

June's Creative Challenge- Red, Blue & Yellow


Dear Neglected Blog and Blog Readers
 I am so sorry I haven't posted on here for about 6 months. How terrible is that?!
I am back with a little post for our Creative Team Challenge for this month which is Red, Blue & yellow, and can be interpreted anyway you like, as long as it has rubber stamping in it.
You can find all the details here

I made a couple of tags, and started by scraping PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paints all over the tags.

I then added the same paint through a couple of  Artistic Stamper masks, and stamped with one of our calligraphic mats using Archival ink, adding swirls and circles too .

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 Check out the fact that red, blue and yellow are the primary colours, and therefore makes other colours!

 I do hope that you like them, and please do join in our challenge, either on the blog or on Facebook.

I look forward to seeing your creations.
Have a creative day


January 2016 Creative Challenge


Happy New Year and welcome to 2016!
 Over on The Creative Team blog, we are kicking off the new year in style with some fabulous artwork from some of the Creative Team, and myself.
Here is a little sneak peek of a journal page I created using Dylusions black journal page and some dylusions paints , and some new masks which will be availbale in 2016!

I do hope you will join in, as anything goes as long as it has rubber stamping in it!

Have a fabulous start to the new year



December's Creative Team Challenge-Christmas


This month for our Creative Team Challenge the theme is Christmas.
 I dug out a very old but fab die from Accucut and made some simple but effective gift boxes. The red one was embossed with Christmas Strippers from The Artistic Stamper, and then gone over with red Distress Ink I added the mini Small but Beautiful Father Christmas on the side. T
he green one was stamped  and embossed in green with the large Holly Background  and coloured in with with Lucky Clover Distress Marker. I then distress inked all over it with the new November colour -- Lucky Clover. Worked a treat. If you would like any of these dies, small or large please email me.

Looking forward to seeing your Christmas creations over at the team blog challenge

Have a creative day

The Artistic Stamper Creative Challenge for November


Hi! This month, the challenge over on The Creative Team blog is Fabric. We have so many gorgeous background stamps that are fabric related that I thought i would make a card that incorporated as many as possible.I cut out card squares to fit an 8" x 8" card, and stamped them all up with Archival inks, and distress inks. I also white embossed the lace backgrounds, and then distress inked them. Finally I glued them all down, and zig zag machine stitched them onto the card, giving it a patchworky feel.Here is the card, plus each individual block...I would love to know which is your favourite... mine is the lace, or maybe the red polka dot...lolPlease do join in the challenge. You can interpret it anyway you like, as long as it has some stamping in it.Have a creative day{hugs} [...]

Creative Team Challenge- Things with Wings


Dear neglected Blog readers, I have been creating workshops, and working in the shop, and neglecting this poor old blog and my readers for quite some time! However this month, I have taken part in the Creative Team challenge , which is Things With Wings, and unbeknown to any of the team, we all chose the same stamp set! Dance is a conglomeration of ballet and wings and saying, and lends itself perfectly to this challenge! I used a previously created tag, which was inked with Distress inks, and embossing powder through mask. I then cut out the ballet dancer and added distress ink to her, plus some fine netting ( available in the shop only).  The wings were cut out of old dictionary paper. Please do pop along to the Creative Team blog, and check out the other dancers :)Have a very creative day{hugs} [...]

May's Creative Challenge- Journaling your HeART out!


Oh! it has been an age since I blogged on my poor neglected pages...and my New Year's resolution has gone out of the window.. in fact does any one read this when I occasionally post????But here I am again with a double page journal spread.... I started off with lots of yellow ad reddish sprays, from Distress Stain Sprays to Dylusions, and let them run and mingle on the pages.  Add a few of The Artistic Stamper Masks with more sprays , this time in  reds, and a few stamps from Tick Tock plate Add more stamps in Black Archival.. this time Katy Leitch's Numerical PlateFinally add a gorgeous girl from the net!! ( I just googled what I wanted and found her, complete with the month of May.  We would love you to join in our monthly challenge, especially if you love journaling! You can find all the details hereHave a creative month{hugs}[...]

Mad as a March Hare- New Creative Team Challenge


The Spring is coming, and those flowers and leaves are popping their heads up through the soil, and the sun is getting warmer, and yes! March is here along with the spring!! It's time for another challenge over at The Creative Team Blog, and yes you have guessed it.. the theme is Spring is coming! I have created a journal page entitled Mad as a March hare. © The Artistic StamperI sprayed the page with Dylusions Sprays in blues and greens, and then added a Crafters Workshop stencil with PaperArtsy Fresco paints in Hey Pesto and Yellow submarine. I then added stamps from Botanical Plate 1 ( the daisy) and also the simple swirl from the Simple Swirls plate. I also added the bubbles from Borders A6 2 . The birds from Birds of Feather were embossed in black for that touchy/feely touch to the page... I like to be able to feel texture on my journal pages! © The Artistic StamperI then cut out the Hare , which I downloaded from The Graphics Fairy, and added him to the page and hid him behind one of the flowers, which I carefully cut around.© The Artistic StamperI do hope you like my contribution to the challenge, and go on join in, you know you want to! You can find the new challenge here. Have a very creative day{hugs} [...]

New Stamps from The Artistic Stamper


Today I can finally reveal our first set of stamps for 2015! Gardening, and large butterflies, and some gorgeous backgrounds too!
Here are the cards I made with them, and of course you can find all the new stamps here.

© The Artistic Stamper

© The Artistic Stamper

© The Artistic Stamper

I would love to know what you think...

Have a creative day

Sneaky peek #3


If you are still with me, here is my final sneaky peek of our new collection of stamps for release tomorrow :) This is from our new theme of stamps, and I promise to reveal all tomorrow.

Pop back tomorrow morning for the full reveal!

Sneaky Peek #2


I rather like this stamp, and hate teasing you with my next sneaky peek, but I know you will like this one...

Pop back tomorrow for my last sneaky peek, and definitely on Friday for the full reveal!
Happy Creating

New Stamps coming your way.....sneaky peek #1


I just love it when we produce new stamps, and for 2015 we will be releasing new stamps every month! January's release have a new theme for us... and an old theme, and some themes in between!
Here is a sneaky peek of what I have made with a couple of them.

All the stamps will be released on Friday 30th January, so don't forget to pop back here tomorrow to see more sneaky peeks!

Have a creative day

Happy New Year! -a new blog challenge from The Creative Team


Happy New Year to you! I only have one new year's resolution and that is to blog much more regularly, so I am starting off with our new Creative Team Challenge by doing a page for a calendar which we made in our Christmas extravaganza. I have added a date, and hidden in the pocket is my new year's resolution! I dare you to challenge me to make it work! All comments gratefully received!
Here is a sneaky peek. You can see the whole page, plus more artwork by some of the team.

Please do join, in, you can find the challenge here.

Have a very Happy and Creative New Year


December's Creative Team Challenge


Oh My! This is the first post I have done in months and my new year's resolution is to at least try to post something new every week.. ha! Ha well maybe  every month! My poor neglected blog is feeling very underused!
However this month I am joining in with our Creative Team Challenge , and as it is Anything Goes here is my Christmas card to you.. my readers!

Here is a sneaky peek, and if you would like to see the full card pop over to the Creative Team blog and check out the rest of the team's creations.
If I don't get back on here, have a very Merry December

September Challenge- Autumn Colours


Oh my Gosh! or words to that effect!! I haven't posted anything on my blog since June!! I have no idea where the summer has  gone, but the lure of the sun, workshops, the shop, and general day to day workings of running your own company have obviously taken their toll! 
Over on the Creative Team blog we have a new challenge where Autumn colours are prevailing!

I am back into my alcohol inks, and always love the effects they give. Here is a sneaky peek of my piece.

Do check out the rest of the team's creations, and we would love to see yours too!

Have a creative day

Colour it Red- June's Challenge


Hello , and oh my! where has the year gone! I am sure I say this every year, but seriously it has just gone by in a flash! We are halfway through the year, and into our sixth challenge!
Over on The Creative Team's blog this month's challenge is Colour it Red, and you can interpret this anyway you like as long as it has rubber stamping in it.
I made a tag, and all the details are on the blog. Here is a sneak peek.

© Jennie Boxall

We would love you to join in, and we look forward to seeing your creations.
Have a creative day


Woohoo! Workshops with Kate Crane, Jo Firth-Young & Christine Emberson!


Just a quick heads-up on our up and coming workshops with Jo Firth-Young, Christine Emberson and Kate Crane! If you have never been to one of our workshops, then this will be a fantastic opportunity for you to come and send time with these creative ladies, and also come and shop in our light and airy space in the Kent countryside! 

© Christine Emberson


  © Jo Firth-Young 

© Kate Crane 

If you need more information please do not hesitate to contact us.
You can book them here
Have a creative day


It's a Floral Fusion!


Last Month I taught a class using the meltpot, and a new substrate , which will be available soon from The Artistic Stamper.I had a lot of fun creating this , and used colours that I don't normally use, spring colours! I will be teaching a smaller version of this at Christine Emberson's shop Hope and Chances on 6th July, and this particular version at a retreat held by Ali-Crafts on 7th September. My saddest moment this week is that Ranger have decided to discontinue the meltpot, and I, for one, am more than disappointed as I have been creating with it ever since Suze Weinberg introduced it, and that seems like forever! I remember the day I got my first one, after having seen it being demonstrated by Suze at CHA ( or HIA as it was called then) and a friend of mine and I ordered one each in from the USA and used a transformer to get it to work. I still have that same pot!! It is without doubt my favourite tool for crafting, other than the Heat-it gun!! I promise that I will continue to teach it as long as people still have a meltpot, and if you don't then, we still have a couple or two in the shop.Anyway, I have digressed as always and here are some photos of my Floral Fusion. © The Artistic Stamper  © The Artistic Stamper  © The Artistic Stamper © The Artistic Stamper © The Artistic Stamper© The Artistic Stamper I hope you like  it. Have a creative day!{hugs}[...]

Workshops at The Artistic Stamper Craft Store


This is a bit of a heads-up! You might not be aware that we also run a craft store in the heart of the Kent countryside. We hold regular classes, and in May and June we have a a variety of classes from cardmaking with Georgina Ford, to Scrapbooking with Jane Dean.© Jane Dean  This month we have guest tutors, including Karen Clare, who is teaching her Tarmac technique , and making a fabulous clock. © Karen Clare and Barbara Nicholson, who has devised a gorgeous canvas using a variety of altered art techniques. © Barbara Nicholson We are also holding a mini craft weekend on 21st/22nd June creating mixed media mini books with Jo Firth-Young, and a chance to use Spellbinders Flower Create- a- Flower dies with Christine Emberson. © Christine Emberson If you book any classes in May or June we will give you a unique 10% off voucher to use in the shop on the day of the class. You will be given it when you come to the workshop. To book any workshop click here, or telephone the shop and speak to Mal on 01795 597757 We would love to see you :) Have a very creative weekend!{hugs}   [...]