Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Stripy For Stampotique


Corrie is hosting the challenge for Stampotique this week and we are all asked to use stripes of our own making this week.

I have used a piece of packaging for my background using red paint to highlight the raised areas of it to give me my stripy effect.

I have used the Tim Holtz Cabinet card die and the large oval to cut my card base, adding a piece of snowy acetate  to the cut area and then adding my Stampotiqe yumminess to my project.

I used the following stamps

Happy, Happy, Happy
Oh... Tree
Agatha Christmas
Text Star
Merry Kiss-mas

The full details of the Challenge can be seen HERE. Including details of how to link your items for the chllenge

Stampotique Rubber Stamps are available to buy from Stampotique originals .

Carol x

8 comments:

Vera Lane Studio said...

Adorable. Love your stripe solution. 😉

Kaz said...

Brilliant idea Carol, it works a treat! xx

Claudine Criner said...

Love the way you made this scene and loving the cardboard. Nicely done here!

Corrie Herriman said...

Brilliant way to make a stripey background ! I love it..
Corrie x

Samantha Read said...

Lovely!

Gio said...

So cute! The design is brilliant!

dutchstamptramp said...

This is soooo cute Carol, I love it!

Kay Wallace said...

such a clever way to get straight into your background, Carol! Sweet image too!