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Designing for Ranger and Stampers Anonymous with Wendy Vecchi

In Podcast by amykunkle14 Comments

In today’s episode we get to know Wendy Vecchi. Wendy is a full time artist/designer and owner of studio 490, and a signature designer for Ranger & Stampers Anonymous. Here is a photo I took at CHA of Wendy doing a demo:


We talk about how she started in paper crafting, what it’s like designing colors of ink and embossing powders with the Ranger team, and the great story of when she was asked to design for Stampers Anonymous! (You have to listen in to hear that one!)

Wendy said  she hopes MORE embossing powders are coming out in the future from Ranger! And much more.

Here’s her studio space, featured on the cover of Studios magazine Fall 2008

link and photo source

See where Wendy will be teaching in 2016 – her schedule on her blog sidebar HERE.

Here is one of the products Wendy mentions, and the Amazon link* to purchase her products.

clearly art

*affiliate link provided

We have a lot of fun, laughing and talking. I hope you listen and subscribe!

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Thanks so much for being here today!



  1. mary richter

    I really enjoyed hearing Wendy tell how she first got started with her stamping obsession! I was lucky enough to take one of her classes a few years ago. I thought she must have been doing this her whole life because she is just a natural with colors, blending, stamping, texture, etc. If you have her on again, please ask her how she came up with the texture pastes with stenciling. She is SO creative ‘making ART!’

  2. Sharon Field

    I love Wendy and all of her products and work and thoroughly enjoyed listening to this. Thanks so much to both of you!

  3. Jean

    Great interview with Wendy, thanks for sharing her story with us. The anecdotal nature of the conversation made it more interesting.

  4. Sandy Henson

    Wendy is a wonderfully fun and creative teacher. I was fortunate to attend two of her workshops here in SE Michigan, and fell in love with all things Wendy – the person and the products. I hope to be able to learn from her again somewhere in the near future.

  5. Peg R

    I loved listening to Wendy’s story. She is an awesome designer and teacher. I know from personal experience. Thanks for sharing your conversation with a wonderful artist.

  6. susan salyer

    I just think you are so precious Wendy. God has truly blessed you and extended that blessing to each of us. Thank you for this awesome interview.

  7. Ruby Craft

    Saw the link to your podcast on Wendy’s blog. Wonderful interview. I enjoyed listening to Wendy answer your questions. So amazing how she got her start. I never would have guessed that she doesn’t like writing the instructions. They have a fun tone to them and she always encourages us to make art!

    1. Author

      Thank you so much for listening Ruby! And stopping over at my site. Welcome! ~amy

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