June’s Fabulous Friend – Kim Teasdale

Welcome back to our second week with Kim Teasdale, this month’s Fabulous Friend! If you missed her first project you’ll find it here!

As always, we ask our Fabulous Friends some of our signature “nosey questions” so that we can get to know our guest artist a little better…

Who is your stamping crush?

Oh that’s a tough question! There are so many women that have molded my stamping over the past few years but here is a list of women who I have aspired to be for these reasons:

*Tosh Leyendekker (Stamps4funinCA), Laurie Schmidlin (lauraly), Amy Sheffer (pickletree) and Beate Johns (Beate) for their amazing layouts and colour combinations

*Michelle Zindorf (Zindorf) for her ability to achieve such intense colours with her brayering

* Jerri Jimenez (Jerri Kay), Anna Wight(SweetMissDaisy) and Jeanne Streiff (Jeanne S) for their out of this world colouring skills.

All of these women have inspired me to create the way I do and have been so sweet and kind and have helped me to learn over the years especially in the colouring department ;)

Kim has inked up Pure Innocence: Girl Scout for her project today, and she’s using it as a thank you to her daughter’s scout leader.  Here’s a fun fact, in Canada the youngest level of Girl Guides is called Sparks and they they wear hot pink uniforms!  Thus, the gorgeous color palette that Kim has selected for today’s project!

I am simply in LOVE with her sponging and color choices! Lucky us, Kim will be back with another project to share next Thursday!

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