Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Merry Kissmas

Hello, from hopefully sunny Spain (though as I type this it's cold, dark, and I really should be in bed 'cos I'm up again in 3 hours lol)
It's our last Stampotique challenge of the year, and it's to use your alphabet stamps or images to make a letter of the alphabet. I've kept it simple and gone for the letter O.

Everything was stamped directly onto card and then watercoloured. This was really scary and something that I normally avoid at all costs lol.
I'm even a convert to sequins after last weeks challenge!
You gotta love this guy, he must be everyone's favourite angel.
I've used

There's still a while to go before the big day, so I hope that you can find time to join in with our challenge.
Hope you like it, and thanks very much for looking x


  1. Lovely card. Are you on holiday again?! Hugs, Valerie

  2. Such a fun card and a great way to use the letters

    Love Chrissie xx

  3. Very, very clever, Sue! Love how you created you letter "O"!

  4. love this sue - quite a challenge - but your take is fabulous! Hugs rachel x

  5. What a fabulous card, Sue - and I love the tower!

  6. A very cute card Sue, sorry to comment late, I'm so busy... I have all these stamps (except the biggest one Alpha!), but never inked yet the towering gifts... a shame!! :D
    Coco xxx

  7. Very clever Sue and I just love that Christmas bling!
    I do hope the sun is shining for you it's wet and windy here :(
    Sam xx

  8. Love your use of scarey Mary xx

  9. Loved it from the minute I saw it in the album. Such a clever idea!

  10. I hope your Christmas or Kissmas was great. I'd like to thank you for blogging. Really interesting to read. Best wishes to you in a New Year!

  11. Brilliant watercolouring - and I love how you've used the bauble for the O. All the gifts look magnificent. Hope you got to enjoy lots of sunshine in Spain.
    Alison xx

  12. The more I see, the more I want to see!!
    Sandy xx


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