Friday, June 19, 2015

SCACD Eclectic Sea Rubber Stamp Release

I'm so excited to be participating in an exciting Blog Hop for SCACD.  We celebrate today a newly released exclusive rubber stamp set, Eclectic Sea (9 rubber stamps all together).  The Eclectic Sea is a twist of sorts in how something land bound might be seen in the ocean; for example a Sunflower that is now a Coral Sea Flower and vice versa.  So check out the collection as these are really unique and elegant.  SCACD artist Carmen Medlin and Susana collaborated on the images and we are so happy to be showcasing them to you now.

Now available for purchase in the USA HERE for the Eclectic Sea collection.
Our International Friends, if interested can email Susana.

I'm thrilled to be showcasing the beautiful Steampunk Siren's Call.  Top of the page you can see her after coloring, fussy cutting and laying on a piece of DP awaiting her undersea shell throne and she looked so pretty, I just had to snap a pic.  Above you see her in all her glory.  I've glued 3 shells together on a card stock base and added gorgeous Steampunk die cuts, Alice's Clock, only one of the exclusive SCACD dies behind her.

Again, a closeup of this beauty.  She's colored with Copics, Prisamcolor pencils and gel pens.  And for those of you who prefer digital stamps, there's a slightly different digital stamp available HERE.

Finally, here's a side view of the shell throne.  The netting is actually a knotted portion of a produce bag that I thought made a lovely backdrop.  

You should be going next to the mega talented Kathi who I'm sure has something wonderful featuring another stamp from the fabulous Eclectic Sea release.  If you get lost please visit the SCACD Store Blog for the full list of participants.


  1. What a fabulous piece of art! Gorgeous coloring of Steampunk Siren's Call and a truly wonderful design!

  2. Donna, you never cease to amaze me with your talent and creativity. This is a fantastic 3D piece of art. I love everything about her and I know she has a good story to tell. Hugs, Aletha

  3. What a cool idea, Donna! This is so pretty!


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