Hello lovely creatives! My name is Stephanie Low and I am a lucky designer for Spellbinders! I created this floral collection last year with the hopes of seeing it colored, painted, collaged, and crafted in many ways. Many of these flowers were drawn from botanical photographs and others were modeled after a more exaggerated tattoo
Stephanie has been privileged to illustrate for authors, publications, interior decorators, cross-stitchers, home-owners, and business owners from all around the world. Stephanie has found her style, artistic voice, and joy through this business.
Her decision to work as a licensed artist with Spellbinders perfectly marries her love of illustration with paper crafting. She has a unique and raw approach to crafting and has been able to apply her edgy youthful style to reinvent the traditional crafters mold and appeal to a new younger crafting market.
I am not sure about you but I love to give AND receive handmade gifts. There is a part of yourself that gets permanently placed into a handmade gift for a loved one. Whether it be the tissue paper rose your second grader gives you or a time consuming crocheted blanket from your mother (thanks
I have this annoying tendency to pick up new fun hobbies or skills or projects and get tired of them before I gain much momentum. Illustrating has actually been my longest running hubby that I have not lost interest in and I think it is because I need it for happiness at this point. Maybe
Sooo…I went a little bit overboard with Christmas cards. Ironically I am a super Chistmas card slacker either not sending or sending out “New Years” cards (aka late Christmas cards). BUT I find myself with 11 super fun and pretty handmade cards with three gift tags. It’s only August! So I’ll be sending out 11
We are so excited to announce that our Holiday Collections are now available! Explore below with Stephanie Low’s as she talks about her new collection. Make sure to shop the collection as you don’t want to miss making with these must haves for Christmas and Halloween! What were some of the influences that helped shape