7/3/09

it's a fish fry


I've got great news all. Michelle Giraud asked me a few weeks ago if I would consider a guest DT position over at American Art Stamps. She had commented on my style of art and thought I would be a good fit for Ken Browns' line of retro, funky images. I adore his sense of humor and just wait until you see the stamps! I've posted a card over on the American Art Stamps blog as well as here. Hop over there and see what everyone else has been up too. And I hope you'll be watching for more!

Have a safe and blessed Fourth of July!

7 comments:

~amy~ said...

Hey you!!!! woot wootie woot woot!!!! FABulous! What great news :) I absolutely ♥love♥ your card...who else would think of teaming up that fun & funky image with cosmo cricket..they are a perfect match! I hope that you have a great friday and a fabulous 4th my friend!

Lori Washburn said...

Congrats on the guest designer spot. How exciting~ I do love this line and it fits your style to a T. :) Enjoy!

Lori Washburn

Liz Williams said...

Yea, Susan!!! I can hardly wait to see what you will create with these wonderful stamps!!! Sign me up for your fan club too!!!

Kristen said...

This card is awesome. What a great play on words with your image. Love your style. Congrats on the DT news. Wonderful!
You have an off the wall SOH like I do! Very funny!!!

xxx

Happy 4th~

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Yippee ... congrats Susan!! Can't wait to see more of your work with these images!!

Anne said...

Susan congrats to you, you talented lady you!!! You have a very inspiring in style, I totally see why you were invited to be a Guest Designer. I absolutely love this card with the frying fish!! I visited the website and am gasping over all the fun stuff there!! What a great opportunity to stamp for them, Congratulations GF!! Can't wait to see more!! Have fun!!

Julia Aston said...

Whoo Hoo!!!! Guest DT!!! they are LUCKY to have you Susan!! love this fun card - what a great cooking fish - love that sentiment!! your rock GF!!!! see- you just needed to be patient to be noticed for your wonderful talent!!!