welcome to our new little blog. Glad you arrived.
Let me first introduce Create a Smile Stamps for you:
What is Create A Smile Stamps?
A new company designing cute, funny and punny stamps. There will be sentiments in English and German.
Who's behind this project?
blogger from Germany. Some of you may know me from around the crafting community.
I've been part of different design teams so far and created tons of cards during the last years. I also started making videos for my Youtube Channel last year.
The best thing about these experiences is: I met many awesome, talented, beautiful, lovely crafters from all around the world.
In addition I found out that there are so many image-ideas. Things that I'd like to stamp and use - so I started created them by myself. I am excited to see all the things that happen, when I throw them into the whole wide world :)
So I am owner and illustrator, but there a many more people behind this project:
My companion in life, Michael, works behind the scenes - he's our bookkeeper. In addition we have the most fabulous design team ever- 5 of my crafty friends who joined me for this adventure and who support me each an every day. A team full of creativity and talent!
They will introduced to you very soon :)
When will the first stamps be released?
The first stamps are produced now. We'll start with 2 sets. So the release will take place this summer - we're all excited and can't for it to happen! Hope you join our release-party!
Will there be sneaks?
The team used the digital images to create cards. We'll show some of them during the next weeks to make waiting easier.
We hope you're just as excited as we are - so spread the word and help us promote this new adventure.
Thanks for your visit and your support!
Hi Christine, I just recently found your blog and youtube channel. I think your work is amazing and I would like to take this opportunity to wish you good luck on your new venture. I am sure your stamps are going to sell like hotcakes !!!ReplyDelete
All my best,
Thank you for your kind words Corrie, I hope you're right ;)Delete
Congratulations on your new venture, Christine! I LOVE what I have seen so far and can't wait to see more! xxReplyDelete
Congrats! Can't wait for the fun to start!ReplyDelete
This is wonderful, Christine! I'm so happy for you :) And to think, I knew you before you became a Star! I can't wait to see everything!ReplyDelete
Congratulations Christine! Can't wait to see the stamps. :) Good luck!ReplyDelete
Congratulations can't wait to see more, good luck. So far it's looking great.ReplyDelete
Awesome!!! Congratulations Christine!!! So super excited for you and can't wait to see the stamps..ReplyDelete
Da bin ich ja mal gespanntReplyDelete
Deutsche Texte finde ich gut, ich würde sie auch gerne auf meine Karten stempeln (-:
Viele Grüße aus Holland,
Congratulations! Love the little bird and thank you for the freebie!! good luck in your new venture.ReplyDelete
Congrats Christine, love your work !!ReplyDelete
Yay! Glückwunsch und viel Spaß und Erfolg :)ReplyDelete
Woohoo Christine!! Congrats on your new venture!! Very cute digis...your stamps gonna Rock for sure!! Good Luck!ReplyDelete
So can't wait to see your awesome stamps!! :)ReplyDelete
Congrats, Christine, I didn't see that coming! I hope someone will follow in your steps and make at last Hungarian sentiments... Till then I hope to be one of your future buyers. :-)ReplyDelete
Congratulations and how very exciting!!ReplyDelete
sorry I am a little late in congratulating you but I am very happy for you!ReplyDelete
I was introduced to you by Jennifer McGuire on an October blog hop and enjoyed what I saw, so here I am. And I came back to the beginning to review how you've become a success....congratulations, btw. I appreciate your Angel policy for those who earn money by this craft. I do not sell my creations - I make cards for my (large) family and friends only and do not have a blog. The only thing I do online insofar as stamping goes is do a LOT of blog hopping. It's where I get my inspiration for the cards I do make, either by CASEing or taking a layout or idea and making it my own. I'm 75 yrs. old now and have been stamping since 1998 - I would not still be doing it if it were not for the generosity of those sharing their multitude of talents and all, including you and your design team members, have my deep appreciation. Now to get back to reviewing the rest of your history.ReplyDelete