Three years ago, I was scrolling through Facebook, and the SWEETEST card ever caught my eye. I had to track down the manufacturer of that stamp, and a few minutes later I was introduced to Wild Rose Studio. It was love at first site.
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I would soon learn that the adorable fawn’s name is Bluebell, and she’s always accompanied by another sweet critter like a hedgehog, squirrel, or butterfly.
Bluebell is the star of several sweet rubber stamps from Wild Rose Studio. I don’t have any of them, but the Christmas Bluebell stamped images are exceptional. There’s so much detail, and they appeal to wildlife and animal lovers like myself.
Bella the elephant is another popular character by Wild Rose Studio. Bella carrying a stack of presents is one of my favorites. You can also find her riding in a convertible with balloons, and sleeping on her Momma’s trunk.
In some of Bella’s other images, she is riding on a Christmas ornament, cuddling a teddy bear, carrying a bouquet of spring daisies, and sitting in a field surrounded by butterflies.
I love that many of Wild Rose Studio’s stamps are versatile enough for more than one occasion. The stacks of presents can be colored in red and green for Christmas or pastels for a Baby Shower Card.
When Bella drives the convertible, it reminds me of a wedding or bridal shower, but it’s also perfect for a birthday greeting card.
Some of the most beautiful and creative paper craft manufacturers are from the United Kingdom, and Wild Rose Studio is one of them. Their style suits me perfectly. I’m a sucker for animals, wildlife, beautiful pinks and blues, and floral papers.
Their stamps are available in rubber and clear polymer. I prefer the clear polymer, but all of them are excellent quality, creating clean impressions.
Wild Rose Studios recommends using Momento or VersaFine black ink to stamp the images and Copic Markers for coloring them. They have more tips on their website. I color mine with Copic Markers, but I’m a beginner. Kit and Clowder has wonderful online classes to learn how to use these awesome markers.
Products Available from by Wild Rose Studio
- Rubber foam mounted stamps
- Clear polymer stamps
- Greeting stamps in addition to the adorable critters
- Gorgeous papers in 6×6 and A4 stacks
- Exquisitely detailed steel cutting dies
- Printed panels for those who don’t have the time or talent to color the images.
The only problem with Wild Rose Studio stamps is trying to decide which ones to buy next. I’ve already started my Christmas wish list. They are my favorites for Handmade Cards.
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