I'm pretty sure Nathalie Kalbach has never designed an un-interesting product, but her N*Studio Fan Stamps from Rubbermoon are especially cool, and I had a lot of fun playing with them this week.
There are A LOT of cool ways to use these, but I think my favorite was lining them up in rows to make an all-over pattern. I used my MISTI to make nice even rows of each stamp in the Small Fan-Tastic Cling Set, one impression at a time. I used half a dozen differentDistress Oxide Ink Pads (Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, Rusty Hinge, Crackling Campfire, Aged Mahogany and Vintage Photo) to get an autumnal ombre effect on kraft; then used Meri Meri Gold Glitter Alphabet Stickers to create a sentiment on a strip of brown cardstock, accented with strips of MT Slim Tape in white.
I also experimented with alternating the patterned fans with the Small Solid Fan Stamp in Pumice Stone on white cardstock. And I really like the effect of masking off a rectangle with post-it notes and then stamping the small patterned fans neatly around it to make a fancy frame.
There's also a Large Fan stamp that coordinates really well with Nathalie's Art Deco Summit Stencil from StencilGirl; but no matter which products you choose, I bet you'll become a Nathalie Kalbach FAN too! ♥
nearly always has a bit of ink, or glitter
(or both!) stuck to her somewhere!