Friday, 16 August 2013

Going Dotty

Roc's in charge this week over at Stampotique, and she has asked for Polka Dots. 
The background is a little canvas that I blobbed paint onto.
I then went about covering it all up lol.
The frame is a Tim Holtz die that's been inked, spritzed and flicked.
The images have been coloured with Dylusions and Distress Markers.
The polka dots are glass paints, and my tree has been cut from washi tape.
This was such fun to make as these images always bring a smile to my face.
I've used 
upward bound
world of her own
home sweet home

I'm also entering this into the Pan Pastel challenge which is cute and cuddly. They don't get any cuter than Zara, and
Country View Crafts quotations and saying. My quote is from Frances Hodgeson Burnett's The Secret Garden
Thanks very much for looking and have a great weekend x


  1. Woooow, wonderful dots on it Sue, I love the whole; I mean your background canvas and the lovely little scene you put over it, leading to a wonderful 3D make !!! hugs xx

  2. gorgeous project, love the houses!
    Have a great weekend!
    Groetjes Karin

  3. Such a colourful and fun piece Sue. Love it. Hugs, Jenny x

  4. great use of ALL the stamps on this creation! I love the colorful banner.

  5. Love your dotty creation Sue!

  6. This is wonderful--like a story book page

    Chrissie x

  7. Love how you've used the negative of the postage stamp die to house your images, looks perfect to me.

    Sam xxx

    Ps hope you're okay, no heard from you for a while!!

  8. Wonderful - I love your make!

  9. Fab houses and dimension Sue :)
    Von ♥

  10. Love the dots, esp the dottie tree! Great piece and thanks for stoppin' by my blog today!

  11. Love your dotty creation - the banner and the roofs of the houses look so cool!
    Alison x

  12. How cool, that's a wonderful project.

  13. You have created a wonderful scene on your small canvas, Sue, and I want to go there. Your polka dots have added such fun all over, but, especially, those fun rooftops! Well imagined and choreographed!

  14. What a fab project Sue, brilliant! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us this month at Country View Challenges. Chris xxx

  15. This is such a wonderful scene with the floating rabbit the perfect crowning touch.

    The quote is great. That was one of my favorite books growing up. I think I still have my copy somewhere.


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