Puzzle your stamps

Tick tock, it’s time to share another card with you!

PuzzleYourStampsI created this card for a ‘Puzzle your stamps’ swap. Just stamp a variety of images, cut them into pieces and puzzle them together in order to create an imaginary character: it’s great fun and you’ll be amazed at the result!

I’d like to enter this card into the following challenges:

More Halloween

Here’s another ‘spooky’ atc for the following challenges:

 

ATC_StampotiqueHalloween

For the purple background  I used an embossing resist technique so as to create a faux batik effect. For the orange circle I used a gelli-plate background. The 3 Stampotique creatures as well as the pointy hat have been painted with glue in the dark paint,

Stamps used

  • 3 in a round: Stampotique
  • Spiral:  Judi Kins
  • Pointy hat: Scrolls work
  • Halloween bat: Martha Stewart

Glow in the dark heads

Yesterday I had great fun creating this creepy CAS card in black, white and red :

I actually painted the heads with glow in the dark paint and so this is how the card looks when it’s darker (difficult to capture on photo though):

This is my entry for the following challenges:

Stamps used

  • Heads: Stampotique
  • Pointy hat: Scrolls Work
  • Sentiment: Stampinback

Dare to be different

Here’s a clean and simple 4×4 card I’d like to share with you:

 

It’s my entry for the following challenges:

This was also supposed to be my entry for the Stampotique Designers ‘One layer’ challenge , but I’m afraid I missed the deadline. 😦

Stamps used

  • 3 in a round by Stampotique
  • party hat by Scrolls Work
  • sentiment by Stampinback

 

Time ATC

I’ve been posting lots of cards lately (which is very unlike me), so here’s an ATC:

Just in time for the following challenges:

The sentiment was computer generated. It refers to a song by The Rolling Stones.

Stamps & images used

  • Steampunk girl: Altered Artifacts
  • Frame: Stampers Anonymous
  • Crackle: Hampton art
  • Clock; Cherry Pie

Smile

Once in a while, I participate in swaps in which we are asked to incorporate an image provided. The following ATC was created for such a swap:

In reality, the background’s rather sparkly, for it was created using Glimmer and Perfect Pearls Mists. Unfortunately, this doesn’t really show on scan. I used a piece of lace as a stencil while I was misting, thus creating a kind of flowery pattern. I find the image really matches  the lovely sentiment stamp by Fiskars.

This is my entry for the following challenges: