Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Bag Flower Charm Stampotique challenge #94

Hello and welcome to another Stampotique Challenge. This week the Theme has been set by the ever awesome Gez, and her theme is To Focus on Flowers.

I have made a little bag decoration, it ties on to the handle with ribbon that I have sewn onto the back of it. This is a very quick little make from me as I have not had my crafting head on at all this week, I think Mr Mojo has left me.

I started three projects for this challenge and they all got put aside as I had no clue where they were going, so in the end we have this. Canvas stamped onto and layered onto grunge paper, then lightly dry brushed with some paint to give it a bit of colour.

There are three flowers layered up, I heated them to give the petals a bit of shape and then held the layers together with staples, a bit of beaded ribbon from a cushion that my washing machine chewed up, and as I said previously ribbon added to the back so it can tie to the handle of the bag. There it is, quick easy and it looks very nice on my bag.

I used

Carol's Flower , large

You can now use any stamps for the Challenges, but only one entry per person for each challenge. Two lucky people will be drawn from all the challenges for April who will win a $30 voucher to spend on Stampotique rubber. So make sure you go over to the Stampotique Designers Challenge Blog to enter.

Stampotique Rubber Stamps are available to buy from Stampotique originals, and in the UK you can buy them from Happy Daze.

Thank you for visiting today, carol x


france papillon said...

what a great idea to make a charm! and love how it turned out!

Lucy Edmondson said...

I think it is lovely!

Lucy x

Kaz said...

I wish I could make something this lovely with no mojo! It's fab Carol x

roc said...

So creative!

Basement Stamper said...

very pretty flower charm!

Reflective Art Studio said...

Carol... so creative and so many ways to use it. I love the idea of one of these on a card as a gift. A gift within a gift. xx

Samantha Read said...

Very sweet, I'm sure Cath Kidston would approve :)

Gez Butterworth said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS Carol xx

butterfly said...

What a great make - so shabby chic gorgeous!
Alison x