Designers

Welcome to Art Neko Galleries

Art Neko designers are an exciting team of artists lined up to showcase our stamps and other products in regular blog posts. In addition, we are adding galleries to display work created using Art Neko stamps and products.

Holly Brown
Design Team Coordinator

Design Team Artists

Holly Brown, Team Coordinator

Holly Brown avatarHolly Brown has been stamping for about 15 years and she loves to play with all kinds of coloring mediums.

Whether it was coloring with crayons as a child, doing counted cross stitch, or playing the piano, Holly has always loved the creative arts.

Nowadays you can find her covered with glitter or testing out a new technique. Check out her personal blog at Glitter Stamps and Ink.

Chris Dickinson, Designer

Chris DickinsonHello, my name is Chris Dickinson, a wife to Adam and mom to four beautiful children. I have worked with so many talented people through stamping for over 15 years. Stamping is my “therapy and happy space.” See some of my many designs on my blog at Chrissy D.

My faith is a big part of my life. I am a believer in Jesus Christ, and my mission is to share His love, mercy and grace to all whom I encounter. I am blessed beyond measure in my life. It is not perfect, but I am thankful for all that I have.

I work full time in my own business, Norwex, creating safe havens by reducing the use of chemicals in our homes.

I am very thankful to be a part of the Art Neko Design Team family!

Hetty Sanders, Designer

Hetty SandersI am Hetty, wife, mother and grandmother.

As a teacher by profession for 30 years, I now work in the flower wrapping business, but cannot stay away from teaching workshops at home or online. Besides making cards, scrapbooking and other fun projects, I love to read, make pictures, be at my computer for blogging, and love to babysit my grandchildren.

I have been crafting as long as I remember, learning and teaching new techniques.  Check out my blog, Craft Chaos.

Kia Gibson-Clapper, Designer

Kia Gibson-ClapperHi! I am Kia Gibson-Clapper. I am single and have loved hobbies for a very long time. I more or less got into crafting for something to keep busy with, but now, like most, I am addicted.

I quilt, sew home decor, and have sold my crafts at craft shows in the past. I started paper crafting 11 years ago, first doing scrapbooking, but then I switched to cards and have never looked back. Over the years I have tried many techniques, and continue to do so. My cards have evolved, like I have, and these days I lean towards Clean and Simple.

I am a Splitcoaststamper Dirty Dozen Alumni, and am a hostess for the Splitcoaststampers Clean and Simple Challenges weekly. I am also on the Design Team for Frantic Stamper. I started Watercolor Art Classes last year and continue to attend weekly lessons and am growing with my paintings. I use watercolor in my card designs more often now that I am comfortable with it. I finally joined blogland a year ago and regularly upload cards and share my watercolor paintings. You can find me at A Place for Kia.

I am thrilled to be asked to design with the wonderful artists of the Art Neko Design Team.

Leah Cornelius, Designer

Leah CorneliusHi! I’m Leah and am a happily married wife and mom to four amazing kids.

I’ve always loved paper and crafting and about 10 years ago I discovered scrapbooking to keep memory records of my first born. The door then opened to card making and stamping. I was hooked! I love to color and paint and like to let those mediums show off beautiful stamped designs.

I am so excited to be with Art Neko and hope that I help bring some inspiration to your crafting.

You can follow more of my card-making ideas on my blog at Paper Blossoms.

Sabrina Friel, Designer

Sabrina FrielI grew up in Ireland, where I still live, with a French mother who gave me a love for cooking, reading and generally being creative. We had no television, instead we were encouraged to “make and do”… knitting, sewing, embroidery, all sorts of creative crafts. The bottom drawer of the chest in the hall was the ” construction drawer”, into which went little boxes, cotton reels, clothespins, felt, cork…anything that might come in handy for our various projects.

I originally ventured into card-making from the digital end, but once I really discovered stamping about ten years ago I was hooked! I love trying out different techniques and am more on the ” messy” end of the card-making spectrum than the clean and simple style. I was thrilled to be invited to join the Art Neko design team and look forward to sharing my creations.

See more of my cards on my blog at My Miscellany.

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