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Monday, January 31, 2011

Catching Up

Now Available on Digital Pencil Too: "Catching Up"available in full version and separated version, for crafters who like to merge images.  In the separated version the girls and backgrounds can be used with other Mo's images -- or "Katie's Love Swing" by "Make It Crafty", which is part of the "Help for Katie" fundraiser.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

I Wuv U!

Now available on Digital Pencil Too: I Wuv U!!  For Valentine's day or any day!  Available in straight haired or curly haired versions.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011


Now available on Digital Pencil too: Bunches!  Little girl hugging a big bunch of flowers.  Note: this is a black and white image, the colored sample is for watermark image only.

Monday, January 10, 2011


There's only one way to get this image today -- and you'll get not only Sprout, but many more digital stamps that have been donated to help raise money for Katie Renz, an amazing, inspiring fellow crafter who has been dealt a horrible blow this holiday season.

Please click on Sprout to go to Jak Heath's blog, where you can read all about it, and for just £15 (That's about $23 USD) you can both help a support a wonderful cause and receive a whole basket of goodies.  xoxoMo

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Wonderful Day

Now Available on Digital Pencil Too: Wonderful Day.  Little girl feeding a hummingbird. With special bonus of three free separate sentiments.

Note -- you will receive a black and white image.  This sample is colored for watermark purposes only!

Stamping out Stamp Thieves.

Much of my time the past week has been devoted to trying to stop a blogger who has been downloading my watermarked images from Google searches, erasing my watermark and my signature and then distributing in her various blogs, livejournal and Picasa accounts.  She takes them down in one spot, then I find them in another.

I've had to delete all my old images from this blog (there are a few that left that link directly to my shop) and now I face the daunting task of coloring and replacing all the black and white samples I've done in the past year with smaller, colored versions in an effort to stop people like this from stealing my work.

I'm also getting back to the idea I had last year to make it easier for all the genuine fans to report thefts -- not just of my images but for images by all stamp artists, companies and shopkeepers who want to participate.  Please check my new (in progress!!) web page "STAMP OUT" if you'd like to join the effort.  And please spread the word.  xoMo