Paul here, standing in for Barbara while she heads to Germany for her TV show tomorrow evening.
When Barbara and I were prepping for the TV shows the other week, I spotted a piece of artwork that she had created.
“Wow!” said I, “how did you create that?”
“Using a new mask” said Barbara.
“Really?” said I.
When designing and manufacturing some of our stamp designs, if Barbara thinks a mask is required, then the lovely Lisa works her magic and it is included. We also went back over some of our older designs and created masks for those as well. As far as I am aware, we are the only stamp company that produces masks to accompany our stamps.
We also have a number of fantastic stand alone masks, moons, landscapes, skylines etc. I remember many years ago, when I was helping Barbara at one of the summer retreats in Cowden, one of the projects required the silhouette of the Paris skyline. It was printed on a piece of copy paper and everyone had to cut it out. Well, lets just say that a number of the Paris skylines did not end up with an Eiffel Tower!
I have just watched this week’s episode and “wow” does not cover it. I didn’t realise that the masks could be so detailed. I consider myself very good with a pair of scissors, but there is no way that I would ever attempt to cut out such fine foliage or the stags antlers!
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