Wednesday, September 30, 2009
There is a litte extra challenge at Gingersnap this week, to combine any of the previous challenges. This is very generously being sponsored by the stampsmith again, and there is a beautiful stamp to be won.
there is more information about my tag on my blog
I stamped her on glossy paper with Adirondack Cranberry dye ink. The background paper, Wassail Falling Snow (was-1454) by Basic Grey, looks like a wallpaper that our gal might have hanging in her kitchen.
All of my submissions for The Stampsmith can also be seen on my blog:
I also sell my cards on Etsy:
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
This week is the last week of the challenges sponsored by The Stampsmith at Gingersnap creations, and the theme is stars. So go link your star art on gingersnap for a chance to win a fabulous Stampsmith stamp.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
The Stampsmith is generously sponsoring the theme at gingersnap creations again this week. so go enter your black, white and silver creations for a chance to win a beautiful stampsmith stamp.
I used an image from the "kiss me you fool" plate, or as I like to call it "the snoggy plate"
Thursday, September 10, 2009
As Joanne has mentioned, the current Gingersnaps Creations challenge is Bling and nothing says that as well as the image from the Stampsmith by the same name. She is tastefully, heavily adorned with all the best bling.
Card details can be found at my blog.
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
The Gingersnap Creations challenge today was for chestnut movie stars. Johnny Depp is today's pirate prince, but Errol Flynn was the original swashbuckler. This stamp is from Estelle's At the Movies stamp sheet. What a smile he had, to capture the hearts of the ladies in the movie audiences!
Details of the card construction can be found at my blog.
This month The Stampsmith are teaming up with Gingersnap Creations to bring you a series of challenges where you can win Stampsmith products.
I have the enormous honour of being on both The Stampsmith and Gingersnap Design teams, so here is the piece that I made for the first of these challenges with the theme "movie stars" using an image from the Stampsmith's "kiss me you fool" plate.