In today’s video I am excited to share with you the brand new Texture Stamps (and other awesome polymer clay stuff) from Aniko Kolesnikova and her Mandarin Duck brand.
Aniko is one of my favorite polymer clay artists. Her style is nature based, detailed and wonderfully whimsical. Her gorgeous polymer clay journals are adorned with woodland creatures like foxes and owls, as well as enchanting dragons, flowers, leaves, feathers and more.
Aniko has a background in graphic design, and it shows. Her stamp designs are some of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. Her packaging is wonderful too, with photos on the back that show the stamp design pressed into clay and stamped with ink onto paper as well.
As you will see in the video, I am very impressed with the quality of the stamps overall. The value is definitely there.
You will also see samples of other tools and products that she carries in her Etsy shop like Mica Powders (Mandarin Sparkle), Micro Beads (Little Beadies), Tiny Hole Cutters (Dotties) and a set of Dotting Tools.
- Affiliate Link: My Mandarin Ducky Etsy Shop
- Related Resource: My Mandarin Ducky YouTube Channel
- Related Video: Journals and Altered Books Vol-068 Polymer Clay Tutorial
- Related Article: 4 Tips For Keeping Your Rubber Stamps Clean
- Related Article: Rubber Stamping Polymer Clay
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