Friday, 8 June 2007

Floral Box

This weeks Wednesday Stamper theme is flowers. Thought I'd do something different. So, rather than a card or ATC, here's a box. Hope you like it.

I gessoed the box first, applied distress inks and stamped the images with Versafine.
Stamps from Rubbadubbadoo, Invoke Art, Stamp Camp and Innovative Stamp Creations.
I coloured the images with pencil and varnished the whole thing to protect it.

Wednesday, 30 May 2007 the beat of your heart.

Something a bit different for me. Inspired by my friend Galina's artwork.
A 10"x12" canvas board. Background done with acrylic paint.
Antique Linen and Old Paper Distress Inks along with Versafine Sepia.
Alcohol inks on the D.Dancing images from Stampington.

Hope you like it.


Tuesday, 29 May 2007


A second Wednesday Stamper entry.
Made whilst having to endure football on the telly!

Wednesday, 23 May 2007

Game On

This weeks Wednesday Stamper theme is Games.
I made this canvas a while ago for a swap. I'll try and come up with something new for this challenge as well (with a bit more stamping!)
Quite a hard theme I think although there are some brilliant entries already!

Saturday, 12 May 2007

Turquoise ATC

Another entry for this weeks Wednesday Stamper. Thought I'd have another go at an ATC. Not one to be beaten me! Have to say I'm actually pleased with this one.


This weeks Wednesday Stamper theme is Turquoise.Impression Obsession butterfly cube stamp stamped on acetate with stazon and mounted in slide mounts inked with stazon.

Birthday Card

Made this for a very dear friends birthday. It's not really a card, more a hanging thingy.

Wednesday, 2 May 2007

Wednesday Stamper

My first entry for theWednesday Stamper challenges

The theme this week is Egypt.

ATC Shrine

I really struggle with ATC's but decided I needed to have another go.
Not sure I'm happy with the result though.....

Monday, 30 April 2007

At Last

Well I've finally done it! I've got a blog.

So I'd better get creating soon so I have something to put on here!

But just to get things started, here is a trifold card made recently as part of a challenge on a forum I belong to.