Saturday, 21 May 2011

Scrappy Saturday Challenge - Stamp It!

It's time for another fun Scrappy Saturday challenge, over at the Wee Memories blog! The challenge this week is "Stamp It" - use stamps on your creation. Easy peasy!!

The fabulous sponsor of the challenge is Market Street Stamps, and they're kindly offering a Gift Certificate to their store.



I decided on the masculine theme. I rarely ever tackle masculine cards - wrong, wrong! They may be challenging, but they're really fun to make :)

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Supplies: cardstock: PTI (Fine Linen), American Crafts (brown, peach), white; paper: My Mind's Eye (Stella & Rose - Hazel); stamps: Glitz Design (Distressing Set 3), Sullivans (star), Waltzingmouse Stamps (sentiment); ink: Memento (Rich Cocoa, London Fog), Hero Arts (Soft Apricot); button

The sketch comes from FTL141, and the colours from cQc#85. I'm also playing with the Chevron Chic Challenge in the Moxie Fab World.

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If you would like to play with us, visit the Wee Memories blog, where you can link up your creation. There's lots of eye candy from the rest of the DT members too!
Thank you for visiting!
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10 comments:

  1. Wow, what a fabulous card!

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  2. Hi Iwona I love your card! Great masculine card! :>

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  3. It can be so hard to create a masculine card but you have definitely pulled this off. Great card, great job!! Love the bright orange star!

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  4. Lovin' this card. Great visual texture going on here!

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  5. Fantastic masculine card! I absolutely love the layered stamping. Thanks for joining us at the ColourQ again this week!

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  6. Fab card Chupa, thank you :D

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  7. Hey Chupa! Thanks for linking this up to the Chevron Chic Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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