Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Stampotique Challenge 101

It's the amazing Sarinda's turn to host the party today, so without further ado...
Today is Stampotique Designer's Challenge day-!!! And I am hosting. I love using text in my work it is a fun way to get texture without a whole lot of work. With that I have a background tutorial for you to try. Click over to my blog Aggregate Memories. Wishing you a very creative and inspiring day.
My dictionary has been feeling a little neglected of late, so what better place to find text.
I've coloured and stencilled with PanPastels after masking off my little moon.
Wee Owl is sitting in a bezel and has been covered in Glossy Accents.
I've highlighted the word 'moon' by erasing the PP with one of those motorised rubbers - these are fab, it really gets into the tight spaces though it does sound a bit like you're at the dentist!
I've used
All are available from Stampotique Originals and The Stamp Attic carries a good range here in the UK.
Be sure to check out Sarinda's fab tutorial, then join in with the fun, and remember to please link correctly to the challenge to be in with a chance of winning one of the two $30.00 gift certificates.
Thanks for looking and have an inky one x


  1. fabulous creation,
    have a nice day!
    Groetjes Karin

  2. Gorgeous piece. There are motorised rubbers???? Never heard of them before, sounds good! Hugs, Valerie

  3. Such a fabulous page! Love that tree and the owls are adorable. Great use of stencils and you reminded me to pull on my PP! Enjoy the day!

  4. love the soft colors from the background, especially with the text peeking through!


  5. What a delicious page - cute owls and a lovely sentiment!
    Alison x

  6. fab page, sue! Love the owls and the tree too

  7. Just love it Sam, and you're right, it was really a perfect occasion for your altered dictionary to progress yet !!! Coco xxx

  8. Sue this is great... I have always loved those Owls.


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