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Friday, 29 April 2011

Stampotique Sketch Challenge

This fortnight Kim has chosen to have a sketch for the Stampotique challenge. It's Stampotique stamps only, and I'm ashamed to say that this is the first time Prom Queen has been inked!
The DP's are all Marah Johnson's for Creative Imaginations. They've been distressed, inked, and generally mistreated :o)
Prom Queens's been stamped directly onto the paper, then coloured with a white pen to give her the black and white grungy look.
The nuts and screws are rub-on's, and I added a little star charm just to finish off.
Then I walked away - yup left it at that, no kitchen sink thrown at it (ok I wanted to  watch the Royal Wedding - hey it gave us a day off work so it was the least I could do).
I really enjoyed this challenge, and there are lots of fab examples and a chance to win a $30.00 gift certificate over at the Stampotique challenge blog.
Thanks very much for looking and have a fab weekend

30 comments:

  1. I love this one, that lady looks so defiant and cheeky! Valerie Glad you enjoyed your day off!

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  2. Wow...like it :-D Love the sewing!

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  3. Terrific card Sue and am sure you will be inking her up a whole lot more now. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

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  4. This is my favourite one out of the collection and she looks even better accompanied by all that stitching - fabulous piece xxxx

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  5. I so much love your card. Very nice vintagelike colours and the stitching adds a wonderful extra dimension! Thanks for joining the Stampotique Designer's challenge!

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  6. oh just love this hun its brilliant,glad you enjoyed your day off,hugs cheryl xxxx

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  7. oh Sue...Prom queen is lovely! Love what u did here and glad u inked her up! :)

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  8. Very cute card. As for the Royal Wedding I am sure it has been viewed worldwide. Even my hubby recorded it.

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  9. this is gorgeous, I love those rub-ons they look so real. The stitching really adds so much. Thanks so much for playing with us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge.

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  10. Love the vintagy feel of your card

    Thanks for playing iwht us at SDC

    Vicki

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  11. Sue, I love your grungy card! It's brilliant!
    Great wedding, wasn't it! Nice dress & lots of yummy men in uniforms!
    Alison xx

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  12. The Wedding was great wasn't it. :)
    Love, love, love everything about your card. Hope you have a FAB weekend. Thank you for joining us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge.

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  13. What a beauty, Sue! Thanks for joining with us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge # 29.

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  14. i really like your card! your work is wonderful.Thanks for joining the Stampotique designer's challenge

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  15. I love this Sue, it's so striking! Thanks for joining us again at Stampotique x

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  16. This is FAB!Beautiful with those stitches!

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  17. Brilliant Sue I love this, great stamping ,distressing inking a real masterpiece.

    Marie

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  18. Great stuff...as usual!!! Love your stitching...might have to give that a go!! Also dropped everything to watch the Wedding...thought it was just perfect :) xx

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  19. Hi Sue
    A brilliant card.
    Well done on winning the random draw at The Stampsmith Challenge.
    Wishes
    Lynne
    (hope you join us for the latest challenge which is now on the challenge blog)

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  20. Fabulous, a work of art! :0) xxx

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  21. Fabulous card Sue! I love Prom Queen! I have to get more of their stamps. I love them all! Great job!

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  22. It's fab!! Love all the stitching, really ties it all together.

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  23. Love the gothic feel this card has. Nice job.

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  24. Lovely card Sue, love the stitching and the composition. Great piece. Tracy x

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  25. Fantastic work! Love the colours and the details!

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  26. just so wonderful!! I love the stitching
    thanks for taking part in the stampotique challenge

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  27. Fabulous grunginess, fancy those rivets being rub ons, I couldn't tell and I pressed my nose against the screen for a better look!
    Gini
    xx

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