Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Stampotique - It Must Be Love SDC153


It's Wednesday so it means it's time for the new Stampotique challenge. This week the lovely Kim who keeps us all in check is the hostess for the challenge and she has chosen the theme of anniversary/love for us this week

I have decoated a purchased heart this week. I picked up a few of these last year as I liked them and they have sat in a draw since then, but as soon as I saw the theme Kim had chosen I dragged one out to use. The ribbon is stamped with Daniel's hearts using stazon ink, and I love this quote. I have stamped and embossed it with an opaque embossing powder, I love the way this white looks as it looks like chalk on a blackboard and is not raised at all, it looks how I wish I could get a white inkpad to stamp keeping the density of the white.

I used the following stamps on my tag

Daniel's hearts

Whole Heart text

The full details of the Challenge can be seen HERE.

Stampotique Rubber Stamps are available to buy from Stampotique originals .

I hope you get a chance to join in this week, Carol x

8 comments:

Kay Wallace said...

Definitely an unexpected "out of the box" project from you today, Carol, and I love it! I know what you mean about buying supplies "on spec" and putting them away and (almost) forgetting them until you are prompted and have that "ah-ha" moment! I love that chalkboard look you created for the perfect sentiment today. For me, this is perfection today! Kudos to you, my friend!

Claudine Criner said...

I just love what you did here with the heart, so beautiful. Great for this challenge too.

Corrie Herriman said...

So pretty, Carol ! And yes, I do buy stuff, put it away and forget about it ! lol
Corrie x

Basement Stamper said...

Love what you did with this heart and how you decorated. Would make a fabulous wall hanging!

Samantha Read said...

Gorgeous with a capital G :)

Kaz said...

It's gorgeous Carol, I love the chalkboard look too xxx

Jackie said...

Love how you stamped on the ribbon carol, I never think to do that ... Great project!

Gez Butterworth said...

Brilliant! Love the little chalkboard too ♥