Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Twinchies In Wonderland

Happy Wednesday, and welcome to a new Stampotique challenge.
Janet Klein  is our hostess this week and she's got us thinking twins:

Twinchies are small works of art that measure 2 x 2".  Create a set of twinchies using your favorite Stampotique images (or if you don't own any yet, feel free to use any stamps that are not digital).

There's going to be lots of photographs but not so many words (phew)

 First of all I cut out my twinchies, then stamped and masked the characters.
The backgrounds have been coloured with distress markers and a squeezy thing.
All the colouring has been done with Prisma pencils.
As it's Janet's challenge it seemed only fair to use her stamps! 
We have Mad Hatter 
Queen of Hearts
And of course, Alice herself.
Hope you join in 'cos this is a really fun challenge.
Please read ALL RULES on the linkz page before linking your creation.
If you didn't follow the rules posted, you may have been deleted.  
Feel free to relink your creation with the correct information for a chance to win.

Enjoy the rest of your week, and thanks very much for looking xx


  1. Wonderful piece, love all the stamps you used. Hugs, Valerie

  2. Such a great way to use these terrific twinchies

    Love Chrissie x

  3. Ha ha love your description of an airbrush! Wonderful cube Sue, I really must dig out my poor neglected Stampotique stamps :)
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

  4. Super lovely Sue!!!! :D
    I love all your inchies, and the way you chose to assemble them is just great! :) Hugs and happy end of week, Coco xxx

  5. Those are too cute, love those stamps!

  6. Sue , I love this it is fab - great images too x

  7. wow love it!
    Groetjes Karin

  8. Oh they're ace Sue! Love them. Fab idea!

  9. Love your Twinchies - what a great idea, Sue!

  10. Oh, how brilliant! I love your tiny ATB - magical like a trip to Wonderland.
    Alison xx


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