Friday, 14 April 2017

Craft Stamper's Take It Make It Challenge Reminder


It's reminder time over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog where the challenge has been open for a week now, how fast has that gone! I am just in love with the new Distress Oxides from Tim Holtz, and have teamed them up with one of his new stamp releases, Sea Life.


I created a background on one of the large Ranger tags, then stamped out all the critters in Black Archival Ink.


After fussy cutting them out I set them to one side whilst I inked up a 5 3/4" sheet from the Vintage Shabby pad, using the Distress Oxides. I spritzed with a little water to get the ink moving, then quickly dried with a heat tool before the paper moved too much.


I added a little coarse texture paste around the background, and added diluted Purple Luscious powders over the top.
Then after arranging some of the sealife on the background, which was now mounted onto a 6" square White card, I added some of the Chit Chat stickers.


Never doubt your instinct, something I live by!!!!!


How cool is this Fella.....

So check out the guide for entering the challenge via the link at the top of this post, get stamping and enter for a chance of a fabulous set of stamps from Visible Image and even the chance to be featured in the magazine it's self.


Have fun,
Elizabeth x

Friday, 7 April 2017

Craft Stamper Magazine Take It Make It Challenge April 2017


It's time for our new challenge over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog where we would love you to share your stamped projects with us.

This time around we are sponsored by Visible Image with a fabulous prize of three stamp sets, yes all three sets.


Not only do you have the chance of winning this fabulous price, but you could also feature in the magazine it's self.

So what to do - check out the guideline on the blog, follow the instructions, get stamping and join in!!!

Elizabeth x

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Dreams Come True


It's my turn today to share a project over at the Indigoblu Blog Just follow the link for the full tutorial.

Happy Crafting
Elizabeth x