Welcome to our January release, our first release of 2020, today we will be showcasing the new hand stamps and coordinating mixed media template...
Dinky Hands Stamp set
I have been asked many times about how to draw hands, I hear so often how people really struggle drawing hands, it so happens I enjoy the challenge and have designed this stamp set to coordinate perfectly with the previously released 'dinky' scale of stamps and templates. There are twelve individual hands, they can be paired in numerous ways, I've included the forearms too which will need to be met up to the wrist, although you may need to add a little pen/pencil to complete the lines...
To help you create depth and perfect layering with your hand and face stamping I have also designed the perfect companion to your hand stamps, these templates will mask the hands to allow stamping the face exactly where you want it without the need to fussy cut the hands to stick on, or create your own paper or post it versions, these are reusable and match the stamps exactly!
- Paperbabe Stamps Dinky Hands will be available to purchase on Sat 18th Jan.
- The Set will retail for £10.49
- The coordinating Hand mixed media template at £1.50
- The set includes twelve hands approximately 3 x 1.5cm(1 1/4 x 5/8") and the arm image is about 7.3 x 2.2cm(2 7/8 x 7/8") Bracelets are about 1.3 x 0.5cm(1/2 x 1/8").
And now onto some samples... you'll find more details on my blog
I have created a video showing all the steps to creating this pose...
This one is very sparkly, I used some watercolour pens, I like how you only need one hand to really get a good pose.
I have wanted to create a panoramic picture with all the dinky faces for ages now, I think it would be brilliant as a themed piece, maybe characters from stories like Alice in wonderland, Wizard of Oz, Disney Princesses, and so many more you could think of.
If you need a bit of help check out some model poses on picture platforms like Pinterest and Other Copyright Free Images, you'll find 'model' poses show more hands in their photos...
And best of all play... make a cheat sheet or two for yourself to reference back to, just a simple stamping and masking on copy paper.
Do visit the rest of the team to see their amazing creations...
Thanks so much for stopping by, we hope you feel inspired!
Enjoy a wonderfully creative day and
look forward to seeing you tomorrow for more introductions...
HuGs Kim & the Team x