The other Stamper’s Anonymous artist that really wowed me was Dina Wakley – you can see her stuff already posted in the post that I did a few days ago just about her.
First up, Brett Weldele is back with six new stamps and some stencils too. I’ll be passing on the stamps this round just because I don’t see myself really using any of them. But don’t get me wrong – they’re awesome. I especially love that he gave us some zombies that could be really fun to color and make gory. I also weirdly love the cat with monocle.
What will I be buying? The stencils.
The scales blows my mind – need, want, love. The tentacles too.
Speaking of good ideas, on the other side of the booth was all the Tim Holtz stamping and stenciling goodness.
First up: the mini blueprints will now come in 4-packs so you can just get the set you want instead of having to get three sets/12 stamps. YAY!
My favorite blueprints are these nautical ones, the school one, and the coffee.
I could be wrong (it does happen once in a while), but I think Tim’s coffee themed stamps and dies are going to be BIG sellers.
Also beloved by me? The stencils (of course!) especially that tire track one and the florals.
I’m also really into the city skylines, vintage type, and travel stamp sets.
This show Tim’s stamps and stencils are releasing in small batches starting now, then in February, and the third set in March. I have a love/hate with this because of course many of the ones I want are slated for a later release!
Overall a very strong showing from Tim Holtz and all the artists that have stamps with Stamper’s Anonymous.
Now, can we all wait for these to hit store shelves?!