Sunday, 1 November 2015

Baa Baa Tie Died Sheep???

Hi and happy November - only 54 more sleeps until Christmas! 
Have I scared you - good lol.
This month Doreen has chosen the theme for the Country View Crafts challenge, and she has picked the colour blue. I don't know anyone who doesn't like blue (except for skirts 'cos they remind me of my old school uniform. But then again I've not worn a skirt for 20 years :-) So here's my blue

I've been playing with my new Distress sprays in Mermaid Lagoon  and my favourite (for now) Blueprint Sketch.
I've also used a Dylusion stencil - a selection of these can be found here
More spraying and stenciling, and a Dylusions border has been stamped.
The sheep image is by Stampotique, and he's been coloured with Distress Markers. My tie dyed sheep has also got pink and green 'Fluffy Stuff' wool.
The sentiment is also from a Dylusions stamp set.
I hope you join in with our challenge - remember there's a chance to win £20 to spend in the store, and if you're one of our top 3 you can join us as a guest designer.

Enjoy your weekend, and thanks very much for looking x


  1. Fantastic and fun. Fantastic sewing ideas.

    Love Chrissie xx

  2. Funny monster sheeps :-D, I love them!!!

  3. Oh hilarious! Those sheep are a pure delight, Sue!
    Alison xx

  4. Such fun sheep! and your background is fabulous! Jennie x

  5. oh so cool - love the sheep - brilliant work Sue! Hugs rachel x

  6. Hahaha, fabulous Sue!!!!
    Hugs, Coco xx

  7. Great creation Sue - had a good chuckle and then admired your wonderful background. Nikki x

  8. Great creation Sue - had a good chuckle and then admired your wonderful background. Nikki x

  9. Fabulous Sue, I love sheep so the sentiment made me laugh. Hugs Debs x

  10. Great humor and fun art...and all from the same stamp! Brilliant, Sue!

  11. This is the most wonderful and clever page. Such great detail with the edging.


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