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Elisabeth Bell is a professional artist based in Tucson, Arizona. She received her Bachelor in Visual Arts in Animation degree at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in Australia.

Elisabeth’s background in animation has translated well into her illustrations. Her ability to create images with heart and movement, coupled with her love for children’s illustrated content has found place in many creative projects she has undertaken. Elisabeth enjoys creating family friendly designs that are charming, whimsical and romantic. Her developed style is a melding of a Disney-esque charm and an essence of rustic Holly Hobbie sentimentality.

With an affinity for colored pencils and pen, and a love for children’s illustrations, Elisabeth endeavors to create lovely, warm images that appeal to the child within each of us. In mid 2008, she ventured into the exciting world of rubber stamps where her work has been lovingly received. She has since continued her creative adventures in this exciting, expressive medium.

Elisabeth Bell is first and foremost a wife and mother of 3 children. With 3 constant inspirations around her, she is more easily able to draw from her heart.

To view more of her work, please visit

www.zhibit.org/elisabethbell

Elisabeth Bell - Product Designer

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Joan Elliott is a designer and illustrator trained in fine arts and her love of form and color carry through in all her work.

With her clearly recognizable style she is known worldwide for her needlework designs and has successfully combined her love of language and creativity as an artist, publishing seven books of designs for cross stitch. She has also licensed her artwork for giftware, tableware and fabric and is delighted to present her newest foray into stamping.

Joan’s subjects range from teddy bears and whimsical characters to elegant goddesses and fairies. As in her own garden, she brings a special joy and beauty to each design.

She divides her time between New York City and Southern Vermont where she and her husband feel blessed to share the many pleasures that both city and country life have to offer.

To see more of Joan’s work and to link to her blog: www.joanelliottdesign.com

Joan Elliott - Product Designer

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Kjersti Vevatne is an archaeologist specialised in rock carvings by day, and an avid scrapper by night. Born in a small town in 1970 on the Norwegian west coast, she loved to draw, knit, sow, weave, cut, glue and play with clay as a child. These creative forces was put on hold for some years when she had to concentrate on her studies, but during her second maternity leave she discovered digital scrapbooking.

Late in 2005 her first line of papers and elements were released for sale on-line on the scandinavian digi-scrapping site CatScrap. It wasn’t until late the following year that she finally browsed a real scrapbooking store: Papirgleder.no. Shortly after she had begun to make her first papers for the scrapbooking paper industry.

Kjersti’s scrapbooking style is eclectic; ranging from the soft and romantic to the more graphical and clean. Her papers are rich in texture and grunge, but still have a soft and delicate feel.

We just love this shooting star!

Kjersti Vevatne - Product Designer

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Rachelle Anne Miller is a children’s illustrator located in Ottawa, Ontario. She attended NSCAD University where she earned her Bachelor of Design.

Her background in design has contributed to her success as an illustrator, as she utilizes her strong understanding of color and composition.
She enjoys creating charming and whimsical characters and keeping her illustrations light and full of movement. Her style is simple and clean, but bursts with color and life.
Her work has been very well received in the craft and stamping market. She also enjoys illustrating children’s books and designing greeting cards.

To view samples of her work, please visit RachelleAnneMiller.com

Rachelle A. Miller - Product Designer

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