Thursday, 29 May 2014


This weeks challenge at Stampotique has been set by the lovely Sam and she has chosen three of her favourite things.
I'm so excited to be sharing with you my love for polka dots. Almost every thing I own is dotty!

Polka dots are great fun as a main feature or as a delicate accent to artwork. My other love is my favourite colour combination, pink and turquoise. So for this weeks challenge I'm inviting you to have fun with my favourite things: Pink, Turquoise and Polka Dots! I can't wait to see your creations, so get your rubber out and have lots of fun creating :)
It set off as just a tag, but when I threw it on 
the black card to layer it up I thought it may look nice as a card. It's also my soon to be a teenager, niece's birthday soon - not that I'm saying she's a diva lol - maybe just one in training....
I've used

So as Sam says, dig out your stamps and get dotty. Don't forget to link up - no digi's please and you will be in with a chance to win a $30 gift certificate for more rubber!
Hope you like my card, and thanks very much for looking x


  1. Great colours, love what you have made. Valerie

  2. A really fun card and the tag does stand out so well against the background

    Love Chrissie x

  3. Fabulous!! Love Miss Snotty, she is perfect for a teenager :D x

  4. A delightful pairing of images, Sue! Love how your minds works to do this!

  5. Gorgeous card Sue. The tag looks great against the dark background.

  6. Fun and young a whizz of a card :)
    Von ♥

  7. This is great fun Sue, love it!
    Have a fab weekend, xx

  8. Love your project for this week's challenge !
    Corrie x

  9. So funny!!! Great card my dear Sue! Coco xxx

  10. Fantastic and fun card sue, love the polka dots, your colours are brilliant and stand out so much against the black background :-) xxx

  11. What a cracking card - LOVE the tag, and the words made me laugh out loud!
    Alison xx


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