This week we are thrilled to welcome Mama Elephant! In today’s spotlight you’ll learn more about Mama Elephant, see a fantastic project by Kryssi Ng, one of the owners, and have the opportunity to win the Basic Borders and Origami stamp sets shown below (details at the end of this post).
About Mama Elephant
Mama Elephant is a small business based in NY/NJ. For childhood buddies, Kryssi and Angela, art and creating have always been our lifelong passion. We are so happy to bring the collaboration of our aesthetics to Mama Elephant! Our stamps are designed with card makers and scrapbookers in mind! All our designs are carefully curated to provide optimal versatility with a wide variety of styles – modern, trendy, bold, graphic, and fun!
Our clear stamps are made right here in the USA and manufactured from the highest quality photopolymer. While they stamp like traditional rubber stamps, clear stamps gives you the extra benefit of allowing you to see exactly where you’re stamping!
Today we welcome Kryssi Ng, one of the owners. We are so excited to have her showcase her work today on Paper Crafter’s Library.
You’re The Best Card
This card was created using one of our newly released stamp sets — Origami. It features the crane image in origami form. I stamped the crane multiple times and colored them in with Copic markers, bringing attention to one by coloring it red. I drew in hanging strings with a silver, sparkle pen with the help of a t-ruler to make sure everything is lined up nicely. The side panels were created with the Basic Borders stamp set using Mama Elephant’s Creative Color Apple pigment ink.
We hope you have enjoyed today’s feature. We want to extend a sincere thank you to Kryssi Ng for her fabulous project and Mama Elephant Designs for sharing their company with us. Be sure to visit Mama Elephant to see more of their great products.
In order to enter the give-away to win the Basic Borders and Origami stamp sets, shown above, please leave us a comment in the comments section of this post. One winner will be selected and announced next Wednesday on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog!