The Kira Nichols Etsy Shop

Plenty more to see at kiranichols.etsy.com! Bookmarks, planner clips, digital stamps, ornaments, and many more unique gifts. Thanks for supporting this artist!

Announcing! SIX NEW Collage Sheets by Yours Truly :D

Good morning, friends! I am so excited to announce an "Oops, I Craft My Pants" line of collage sheets available exclusively with Alpha Stamps. There are six new collage sheets full of colorful, funny little drawings of some of my favorite things, like monsters and owls, and of course...Toucans!!! If you haven't had the pleasure of working with collage sheets before, they're available as digital downloads that you can print, or you can order high-quality printed hard copies that are mailed to you. 
I've got a lot of sample artwork to show you using my new collage sheets, and these two projects are just the first :) I used Kira's Flowers and Toucans for this one.
 I like to add a little bit of glitter glue for just a little more sparkle.
 This one is using Kira's Fish
 So anyway, I hope you all have a really splendid week full of good news :) Oh, and if you feel so inclined, head over to Alpha Stamps and buy one of my new collage sheets (or two, or three!)

Happy Sunday!

Additional Product List:

Colorful Bead Mix
Variegated silk ribbons
Toucans CS
Kira's Flowers CS
Gold Fleur de Lys Dresden Borders








5 comments:

Traceyr said...

Wow what great pieces of art. I'm heading over to Alpha Stamps now. Thanks.

:)

Dani B said...

Kira,
Do you still have your rubber stamps up on there also or was that another site? I am having trouble looking up stamps by designer rather than category.
Thanks, Dani

Deb R said...

Congratulations Kira, they are gorgeous!!!

Kira - oopsicraftmypants.com said...

Thanks, guys! Dani- here's a link to my Stampotique Stamps: http://www.stampotique.com/stamp/kira-nichols.html

Tina said...

Yeah! I love these! And this is more in my price range.

On a side note, we made a pop-up card for my father-in-law for his birthday. I had the kiddo draw all the what-nots. He LOVED it. Thanks for the idea and how-to!