Today, I am starting with Eva Dobilas.
Let me introduce you to Eva. She is a delightful person to know...always up-beat and positive and it's catchy...not only in her words, but also in her craft. I discovered her beautiful work about a year ago, when she did a lovely project with my birdhouse Silhouette die. I loved how she added so much life to this simple die design...and particularly loved the stamps she was using. To make a long story short...she was the one who introduced me to Unity Stamp Company...and the rest...is history. I am grateful for that introduction as I have been having so much fun designing stamps for Unity! Eva loves to use bright colors, and pays attention to detail. Here are some of the things she has been busy making over the last 6 weeks...I bet you she crafts every day...because this is just a sampling of many projects she has created in the last little bit. She has a true love for design.
To make this gorgeous fall card, Eva used one of my digital cutting files from the Silhouette digital download store called:
Eva used stamps from the Ippity Fall for You set (this is Unity Stamp Co. sister company) to create this festive fall pumpkin. The Thanksgiving sticker is from my Harvest Collection for Creative Imaginations and the label that holds the cute arrangement of stamps at the top, is one of my digital dies: available from Silhouette designs. Here adorable project was created with papers from my Harvest paper line by Creative Imaginations. I love Eva's detail in her rolled flower at the top of her pumpkin!
For this lovely card, Eva used my Silhouette cut set and my Encompassed Grace stamps from Unity. Eva started out with white paper, but she inked it up with Ranger Distress inks--very cute! Love it, Eva!
This cute pair of dimensional projects by Eva, make me smile! She made this adorable little Halloween House with my birdhouse die from Silhouette, papers from Basic Grey (a company I LOVE--they are good people) and stamps from Ippity and Unity stamps. Eva's second project uses another one of my dies from Silhouette called, , which you can fill with candy for your favorite little trick or treater. She also used Copic markers, which Eva is really good at...as she demonstrates on the witch in this project. The bats are also some of my digital Silhouette cuts,
. Her card turned out so fun with all of her extra layers and embellishments, including stamps from Ippity. I sure love it!
Eva used my Ooh La la paper collection from Creative Imaginations to complete this cute card. My favorite thing about this card is her choice to add an unexpected pop of blue! Clever way to add spark!
I have to Credit Eva for inspiring me to design this snow globe die for Silhouette (She asked if I could do it for a project she had in mind...I was happy to oblige...as I knew Eva would do fabulous things with it! I added the scalloped border around the snow globe knowing this kind of motif is something Eva already loves to do with her cards.
Eva used My Wanna Be a Cowboy papers from Creative Imaginations and all the shapes were cut with the following Silhouette digital cutting files:
Here is another card by Eva. For this card she used papers from my Harvest collection for Creative Imaginations, and coordinating stamps from my Fall Family Memories set for Unity Stamp Co. Eva also used my on the Silhouette die cut machine site.
Make sure to check out Eva's blog. She is a regular blogger and always has inspiration to share.