We are thrilled to have these talented ladies as part of our design team! The design team creates cards and projects using the stamps designed by Bloom Art Stamps. We very much appreciate their contributions as they each have a unique way to show what can be done with our stamps.
Jeanne is a fine arts graduate from UCLA and holds a certificate in illustration focusing on Prismacolor markers and pencils as her primary media. She also holds the highest level of certification in Copics. Jeanne joins our design team after years of experience in graphics arts/communications.
Dorlene has been crafting her whole life. Her first love was sewing. However, in 2000, she discovered scrapbooking and rubber stamping and hasn’t looked back! Dorlene thrives in learning new techniques and styles. You can tell an artist lives in her home – her artwork is showcased throughout her house. We just love her mixed media journaling work. Fabulous.
- Dorlene’s Blog: http://www.craftsinthecommandcenter.blogspot.com
A 20 year stamping veteran, Michelle has been active with many stamp and digital teams, and her work has been featured in several magazines, CHA, and in catalogs. She is an active teacher of various stamping related techniques, Zentangle, and embroidery.
- Michelle’s Blog: http://www.inspirationblooms.blogspot.com
Crystal jumped into the crafting waters in 2012 by taking paper crafting classes at one of her local crafting stores. One of those classes was card making and she has not looked back. Not long after starting this journey she picked up her first Copic and as that famous rabbit says “That’s all folks“. She became a Copic Certified instructor in 2015 because she wanted to have a deeper comprehension of the marker, and to pass the joy of coloring on.
- Crystal’s Blog: http://snapcolorpaste.com
Julie loves to create cards using Copic markers, colored pencils, watercolor pencils, artist’s crayons, Gelatos, watercolors and whatever strikes her fancy! She is always learning new techniques and experimenting with different color schemes. This is one reason she enjoys working with flowers and birds – the color options with them are endless!
- Julie’s blog: http://muddypawsinkyfingers.blogspot.com
Angie’s favorite coloring mediums are alcohol markers and coloring pencils, particularly when coloring flowers which she loves to do. She leans towards a simple and clean design style, but is now starting to dabble in mixed media as she incorporates pan pastels, watercolors, and various color splashes into her work.
Chris has been an avid stamper and scrapbooker since 5th grade! She is now a certified Copics instructor and shares her creations via Purple Lake Stamps.
- Chris’ Blog: http://purplelakestamps.blogspot.com/
Note: We support our designers by listing links to their blogs here. However, please note that Bloom Art Stamps dba Blue Mesa Designs LLC is not responsible for any content on their sites or affiliated with their stores/businesses. The sites linked to on this page are run exclusively by the designers and not part of Blue Mesa Designs, LLC.