Botanical illustrations become rubber stamps for Spring.

© 2011 Aislinn Adams
Fawn lily, Erythronium oregonum

Botanical Illustrations become rubber stamps for Spring. 

I’m delighted to announce that twelve of my black and white botanical illustrations are now available as rubber stamps. I’ve just signed my first license contract with the rubber stamp company Impression Obsession.

Spring is finally in the air and the inspiration for this rubber stamp collection. There are lots of blossoms to choose from- Florida dogwood, Chinese plum, peach blossom, fawn lily, passion flower, rhododendron, lily of the valley, daffodil and crab apple. I am particularly happy to see the American native plant in the selection- fawn lily, Erythronium oregonum – a favorite from the Pacific northwest where I live.

Check out the complete collection of my new botanical illustration rubber stamps at this link.

Aislinn Adams

3 Responses to “Botanical illustrations become rubber stamps for Spring.”

  • Congrats Aislinn, on the new line of rubber images and you chose a great company to present your illustrations to the stamp world! I just checked them out on Impression Obsession and will be putting some on my wish list. Thanks for sharing the news.

  • Aislinn Adams:

    Thanks Roxie, It was fun working with Impression Obsession and seeing my work in another medium.

  • I was delighted to hear about you teaming up with Impression Obsession, Aislinn! Congratulations on this new venture. I will definitely be ordering your beautiful work to stamp with.

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