We are so excited to bring you the first collection from Katkin Krafts! A handpicked selection of stunning designs by amazing illustrators from around the world. A little background of why Katkins Kraft was created....many of us live with uncertainty and anxiety and we were motivated to create a collection of stamps that encourage mindfulness and creativity. The designs you will see will allow you to colour until your hearts content and experiment with your art.
How To Buy
You will be able to purchase our new stamp collection from the website on the Wednesday 9th February. But why not tune into The Craft Store where Leonie Pujol will be demonstrating how you can create stunning cards and projects with this new collection. Set those reminders for 11am & 2pm.
Stamp Of Approval
All of our clear stamps sets are made from high quality photopolymer here in the UK so you can be sure that your stamp can be used time and time again. Each design comes in an A5 set with a main image with lots of gorgeous design elements to build and customise your project. Simply peel the stamp from the carrier sheet, fix to a stamping block or platform, apply your ink and stamp away. It really is that simple.
So, a little bit about our designers
We have a small selection of Katkin Kraft originals, which are our own hand drawn designs along with featured artists' designs that have been carefully hand picked by ourselves and will feature many styles.
Laura is an American based artist and currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her paintings are inspired by the wild, the mystical and the inspirational with amazing use of colour. All of her creations, are an autobiographical blend of subjective reality experienced through her emotional, dream-like works of visionary art. We are so pleased to have her part of the team!
Meredith is an American artist and illustrator from Wisconsin. Known for her colourful watercolours which blend the flowing lines of Art Nouveau, with fantasy, myth and folklore. Fairies, foxes, and nature spirits inhabit the dreamy world of her paintings. She loves anything with flowing and intricate lines and is inspired by Pre-Raphaelite artists, Japanese manga and traditional art, along with19th century European book illustrations. We can’t wait to see what you create with her stamp sets!