Marsha.

Blog Hop: Faber-Castell and myStamp BOX!

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Hello there!

Welcome to the Faber-Castell and myStamp BOX Partner Blog Hop!

If you just found our event, please begin your journey on the Faber-Castell blog. Many of our wonderful designers are joining us today to show off some inspirational creativity. See how well Faber-Castell and myStamp BOX products work together!

START AT: Faber-Castell
Marsha Valk (You are here!)
Linda Abadie
Jaine Drake
Janet Zeppa
Els Brigé
Jolene Johnston
Rita Barakat
Jennifer Mattot
Mou Saha
Isolde Pyncket
Agata Pfister
Jill Hildebrand
END HERE: myStamp BOX Blog

We are giving away some amazing product from both participating companies. All you have to do is COMMENT on all participating blogs along your journey to WIN. Our three blog hop winners will be drawn from all participants, so be sure to leave comments by Sunday March 25th at 6pm EST. We will announce the winners on the myStamp BOX blog and Faber-Castell blog on Monday, March 26th. Good Luck!

Here is what I made using products from Faber-Castell and myStamp BOX:

I took the myStamp BOX sets Cherry Blossoms and Lovely Houses and created a small canvas using lots of Faber-Castell Gelatos and the Faber-Castell Mixed Media Sampler Green.

Not only did I use the Gelatos for water colouring the stamped images, but I also took the metallic green and metallic gold Gelatos to highlight the texture of the background:

I am really happy with the result :-). Faber-Castell products are really great to work with and combining them with some of my favourite myStamp BOX stamps was great fun!

Now it’s time to HOP along and find out what the next talented designer has created. Your next designer is Linda Abadie! Don’t forget to leave a comment below for a chance to WIN one of our THREE product giveaways!

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39 thoughts on “Blog Hop: Faber-Castell and myStamp BOX!

  1. Love the spring colors, and oh my, but that background texture is amazing! And I am in love with the Lovely Houses set! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  2. How pretty! I really love all the different elements, and great colors too!

  3. Wow Marsha! I love the altered canvas! That texture is totally amazing. I have got to try this :)

  4. Great idea to use the metallics on the background; I think that’s my favorite part.

  5. My goodness Marsha! This is fantastic!!! Beautiful work!

  6. Love all the inking and elements you used!

  7. Very pretty. I love all the lil details.

  8. Great project. I love all the different textures!

  9. Love the canvas! Very creative!

  10. Beautiful!

  11. So very beautiful. Thank you for sharing your amazing work!

  12. Marsha, I adore your canvas, those greens are gorgeous. I think the houses are becoming my new best friends ;)

  13. Wow so cute!

  14. Wow that is just beautiful and so Spring like.

  15. I really like the background with the texture and the gelatos look like a lot of fun. I can’t wait to try them.

  16. I LOVE the background. Gelatos are wonderful.

  17. How cute. I love the little houses, and the sky.

  18. I learned about Gelatos at the CHA. LOVE them.

  19. WOW!!! Stunning creations.

  20. Very fun colors on your canvas!

  21. Love, love the metallics, very cool!

  22. Such a wonderful work of art! TFS =)

  23. Thanks for sharing. What wonderful colors!

  24. So inspiring, the colors are so rich and vibrant! Love the color on the texture!

  25. Love that canvas…so creative.

  26. Wow so sweet love the canvas thx for the inspiration

  27. I really likek this. good job

  28. Love the texture of the background :)

  29. Gorgeous!

  30. Wow, love your use of COLOR!

  31. Love it.. Beautiful work.. Really wish to try doing something like this..

  32. Loved the little houses. Cute cards. Beautiful work. I’dlove to try these effects. Thanks for sharing

  33. wow! What a gorgeous canvas!!! Love it!

  34. Love, love, love that canvas, especially the way the background is done! Thanks for the inspiration!

  35. Such detail! Love it!

  36. This is amazing- I love the canvas!!!

  37. Pingback: Taking it to the Second Floor (and side effects) « Marsha.

  38. I really like the depth you got using different elements of faber castell Very pretty!!

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