Sunday, 15 February 2009

Lots To Do and The Sunday Stampers

Over on Lots To Do this week the challenge is 'Wings'.
This little Tim Holtz fella was still in his packet with not a sniff of ink, so out he came. The ATC background is a piece of Thomsons Local stuck onto some mountboard, and painted with lots of diluted acrylic paint.
The same for the stamped image, then he was cut out and stuck down. A little bit of German Scrap, then some water soluble pastels around the edges. Lots of clear glaze to seal it all down and job done!
The little guy also fits in nicely with the challenge on Sunday Stampers which is boys.
A lovely messy challeng, and thanks for looking xx


  1. Fantastic creation Sue and I'm glad the little man has now found his way out of the packet and is all inked up!!!!!

  2. Wow this is really stunning.
    Unbelievable work.

  3. Brilliant little image, I too have some stamps that i havent used, its great when you find things you havent yet used isnt it.
    This is a great card well done Jaqi

  4. Thanks so much for your comment Sue thats so kind. I just went to post my eygptian pendant and saw your kind words. I love your wings collage its a stunner. I keep meaning to do that one but have a printer problem right now :(
    Hugs June x

  5. great creation, Love that background

  6. Hiya Sue and thank you for joining the Lotstodo Challenge with such a brilliant piece of artwork

  7. Love al1 the embellies - and the image itself!! Great work.

  8. Gorgeous ATC Sue! x

  9. Love it! I've just bought that Tim Holtz set but I don't think it'll stay long in the packet!!
    Ali xx

  10. Totally adore this little fella, stunning artwork Sue... thanks for joining in and apologies for not getting here sooner, had a car crash last Monday :O(( so been out of action all week. Have just uploaded a new theme for this week so am on the mend :O)) Hugs and thanks again Hels x


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