Colorado Craft Company October Release-Artist Anita Jeram

Hello Crafty Friends, and happy Colorado Craft Company release day! I cannot express to you how excited I am to be a part of this extraordinary event, and how difficult it has been to keep this secret. Many fans of Anita Jeram will know her work from the illustrations in the much-loved children’s classic, Guess How Much I Love You?

How special to have this amazing artist design a complete line of stamps and dies for Colorado Craft Company? Honestly, I cried when I first saw the line art! As a mother and former Kindergarten teacher, this release is extra-special in my heart, and you will be seeing a lot of cards in the next few days.

I Copic colored the large stamp from the Better Together set on XPress It cardstock, stamped the sentiment in VersaFine Clair nocturne ink, added Studio Katia drops, and popped it up on a Neenah Desert Storm cardbase. What do you think? Are you as much a fan of Anita’s work as we are? I can’t wait to see which new stamp set is your favorite! Love and artsy hugs to the moon and back again!

Create something delightful today!



Colorado Craft Company is giving one lucky winner a $35 gift certificate to the 3C store to spend!

Here’s what you need to do to enter:

Subscribe to my blog (enter your email in the box above), and leave a comment below telling me what you like best about this sensational new release. Subscribe and leave your comment by noon EDT on October 8, and I will announce the winner during my FB live Thursday evening at 8 PM EDT. (Winner will also be announced on the blog as well.)

Artists sharing Colorado Craft Company and Anita Jeram’s entire release:

Adrienne Kennedy
Angelica Conrad
Bibi Cameron
Caly Person
Cathy Zielske
Chris Dayton
Daniel West
Debby Hughes
Emily Midgett
Erin Thompson
Jennifer Gross
Jennifer Kotas
Jennifer McGuire
Joe Sysavath
Kathy Racoosin
Kelly Griglione
Kristina Werner
Laura Volpes
Mansi Bhatia
Marci Snee
Nichol Spohr
Sandy Allnock
Sara Torzullo
Traci Jenkins
Yana Smakula
Koren Wiskman

The entire new release! Click HERE to shop Colorado Craft Company.

Below is our very first sweet little enamel pin…

142 thoughts on “Colorado Craft Company October Release-Artist Anita Jeram

  1. Nice coloring to the scene. I’m not usually a fan of the animal images, but these are just so cute. I like the combination of the images created.


  2. This is such a sweet release… reminds me of reading books to my son when he was younger. How fun to create such beautiful characters through stamping!


  3. There is something so poignant about these drawings. They transport me back to my childhood, and make me feel so happy and content! I am so excited that Colorado Crafts will be carrying Anita Jeram’s gorgeous stamps for all of us to use.


  4. Erin, how wonderful your card turned out! This release has made me so happy as well; I managed to purchase most of my favourite stamps/dies but I’m still going LOL I have subscribed to your blog YAY and look forward to seeing more of your sweet cards and projects. Thanks so much ❤️


  5. How wonderful your card turned out Erin! This release made me so happy; I did manage to get most of the stamps/dies I wanted but I am still going LOL I subscribed to your channel and am looking forward to seeing your next projects. Thanks ❤️


  6. They are just endearing and uplifting stamp sets! It touches the heart like no other stamp sets I have seen. You did a remarkable job!


  7. What a wonderful set! The images are so sweet, but your coloring adds such soft personality and a story to each little critter. I had not heard of this book, but have heard to the moon expression many times. It’s nice to put an adorable image to the words now. Lovely, Erin, very very lovely.


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