Hello crafters,

It’s been ages since I’ve posted anything on my blog, far too long. Blogging has always been a huge part of my creative life so it is time to get back to it and share with you some of my creations.
Covid restrictions are slowly easing here in Australia as we head towards Summer. But with lockdowns it’s been a great opportunity to slow things down and to sit and create. It’s been a very busy few months designing pieces for Rubber Dance, starting my Dyalog journals and dabbling with Stampitique stamps.

Let’s start with some of my latest Rubber Dance stamps pieces.

It’s no secret that I love Rubber Dance stamps and it’s one of the main reasons that I stock them here in Australia through my on-line shop called Ink Art Designs. At the moment we have a massive sale on all Rubber Dance stamps, with 20% off this range. This sale will end in 3 days time, on the 30th of November.

One of the other things that I’ve been working on during various lockdowns is starting up a Dyalog journal.
Now, even though this system of journaling has been around for a few years, it is new to my crafting journey.

It was my present to myself for my birthday this year.

Here is a look at a couple of the pages that I’ve been working on.

This uses Dylusions paints, a gel press and Dylusions stencils.

This double page in my black Dyalog insert uses doodling, stencils and collage.
It took ages, but it was extremely, and surprisingly, relaxing to make.

Dylusions stamps and products is a new line at Ink Art Designs, something that I introduced during lockdowns, Afterall, what better time is it to grow your business?

There are more pages to share which you’ll see in the next few posts.


To finish with, this is a Christmas card made for my boys. Stampotique was ideal … it is for my boys lol.

I will be back during the week to share with you some more examples from me and my Design Team.
I hope you’ll join me.


Wishing you are a crafting week.
Dot x