Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Mr & Mrs

Good morning and happy Wednesday. Today it's the very talented Arwen's turn to choose the Stampotique theme, and this time it's all about the combo. Here's what she says.
I love to combine designs together. This time I want to see something funny. Combines a human body with an animal head. I am looking forward to your creations.
So here's my Mr and Mrs.

 Once again I've been trying out Andy Skinner's techniques, and have been using isopropyl. Please check out his YouTube demo - it's amazing! I've used Deco Art Media fluid acrylics, but my isopropyl is only 70% - I need to get some stronger, but I'm still happy with the result.
Here it is with the final coat of white.
And again after some stamping with Romantic Text
My happy couple are
Nerd Cat and Philip and
Give The Dog A Bone and Kate's Angel. I've stamped a second pair of legs and given her some arms.
The letters are from Alphabet Upper and Lower.

I hope you join in with us and combine your humans and animals - remember there are gift certificates for the lucky winners.

I'm also entering this into the Love 2 Create challenge - mixed media, anything creative.
Hope you like it, and thanks very much for looking x


  1. You always create such wonderful backgrounds to show off the stamps and this is a wonderful fun piece

    Love Chrissie xx

  2. Gorgeous and fun piece Sue, love the background! Hugs, Valerie

  3. Fab background Sue, will try to find Andy's technique on You Tube.

    Love Mr and Mrs, loads of fun, Arwen has chosen a great theme this week:-) xxx

  4. What a fantastic piece, so cute but not too 'girly' :)

  5. Such a cute couple Sue :)
    They look fab - I love them!

    xoxo Arwen

  6. Ha ha brilliant,love them both! Must check that technique out,sounds interesting
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

  7. What a hilarious couple! And I just love the layered background - what a cool technique!
    Alison xx

  8. I love it, so fun and your background is amazing!

  9. Very funny ! Love it, also you made a great background. I love that Andy Skinner video, just haven't tried it yet...
    Corrie x

  10. Fantastic background Sue and I love your quirky couple! Jenny x

  11. Loving your background and your creatures, Sue. Really fun project. xx

  12. You remember me that I have absolutelyto try this technique too using isopropyl. Thanks so much Sue, and your page is simply superb and very clever as usual!!! Hugs xx

  13. That's very cute and wonderful background Sue!

  14. Brilliant Sue, they do look a good match lol xx

  15. They are perfect pair. What a fun piece! (And they could be my 2 critters although I will admit mine, although very cute, aren't as fun looking as these 2.

  16. They are perfect pair. What a fun piece! (And they could be my 2 critters although I will admit mine, although very cute, aren't as fun looking as these 2.

  17. So sorry that I haven't been around for weeks. You've been very creative during this time and created wonderful works :)
    That's a gorgeous piece :)

  18. WOW, another stunning project full of vibrancy and fun. Many thanks for joining in with our "anything goes" challenge over at Love to Create. Lou (DT)


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