Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Stampotique designers Challenge 116 - A new Technique


This week on the Stampotique Designers Blog the challenge is to try a new technique. I have not exactly got a new technique, but I have combined two techniques in a way that I have never tried before.
I have created a fabric background using felting techniques, die cut felt shapes and some paint splatters. I stamped Heart Throb onto velum, that I then cut out and stitched to my felted background. I now decided to add some hand painted hearts to tie in with my image and finished the whole thing off with a bit bit of hand stitching. I did little felt tabs at the top for hanging.

I used

Heart Throb


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 Setember 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 A sprinkle of imaginataion.

One lucky person who commented on my Blog Hop post has won a little bundle of new release goodies. Kim randomly choose

Annika  and she said...
Love the background of the tag, nice layers in there :) The image is amazing! Your bird-day card is stunning, hugs Annika

So if you would like to contact Kim on,   khowardga@gmail.com with Stampotique new release winner in subject line, she will arrange it all for you.

Carol x


5 comments:

Lottie said...

Just catching up with your fantastic makes on your blog - and the felting is fabulous too!

france papillon said...

that is one cool combination you came up with, love the result!
xx
france

Basement Stamper said...

now that is a stitching job, can't imaging stitching vellum onto felt was easy...but it looks very cool!

butterfly said...

Love the soft felt, and the stamping on the vellum looks very cool against it.
Alison x

roc said...

Love what you did for your new technique!