Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Mid-Month Inspiration at Stamping Sensations - July 18

Hello to you all and I hope that life is treating you kindly.

I'm here today to offer some mid-month inspiration over at Stamping Sensations and here's that card that I've made :

Featuring: CI-472

I started by creating a background with Brushos and Distress Inks onto peach card and then stamping the image using Versafine Black Onyx.  I then stamped the image again with StazOn ink onto acetate and reversed the image to give a mirrored effect.  I then used a finger dauber with orange ink around the edge to create a soft border.

Don't forget that we are very generously sponsored this month by Jean and Malcolm over at Crafty Individuals who are offering a £25 voucher to spend at their online store.

Jean Hardy from Crafty Individuals will be back on Hochanda with some fabulous stamps and other crafty products on the 3rd and the 4th of August, so I do hope that you'll be able to catch the shows.  I've had a great time making lots of samples for the shows which I'll be able to share with you as soon as the shows have aired.


We would really love it if you could join us with a piece of your artwork featuring this month's them  but please remember that Stamping Sensations is a 'STAMPING' challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

  I hope to be back with you all soon but until then, take care and be happy x

Saturday, 14 July 2018

Next To You

Hello there,

I hope that you're all keeping well and happy.

I'd like share a couple of cards with you that Jean Hardy posted on the Crafty Individuals blog yesterday.  

The first card was made using one of my all time favourite CI stamps of the little girl and boy holding hands.  I took a photograph of two of my grandchildren last year and as the photo reminded me so much of this stamp, I knew that I had to use it for my Daughter's birthday.  She absolutely loved it and it's now been framed.

The background was made using Brushos and distress inks and the image was coloured using Derwent Inktense pencils.

The second card is similar to a larger one that I made earlier in the year for my crafty friend Leanne's birthday.  I really love the CI baroque stamp, so I've made quite a few in different colours to help build up my birthday card stash.  The sentiment stamp was a freebie with a magazine and the butterfly die is by Memory Box.


 I'll be back with you on the 18th with some mid-month inspiration over at Stamping Sensations but until then, I hope the sun shines for you and that you can do a little of whatever makes you happy :) x

I'd like to add my first card into the following challenge:

Try It On Tuesday - Add A Quote

Sunday, 8 July 2018

Poppies In Summer

Hello there on this lovely sunny Sunday morning.

I can't believe how hot it's been and for how long here in the UK, we're just not used to it are we.  I remember the summer of 76 with it's plague of Ladybirds, so I'm just wondering if we will get something similar with this heat wave, hopefully not.

Now I'm not really a football fan, sorry Brenda and Viv if you're reading this but I did watch the England match last night and they were fabulous, once the game actually got started.  I'm feeling more nervous about the next game though as Croatia seem to have quite a lively team but I will be watching from the edge of my seat, as I'm sure most of the country will be too!

Onto the matter in hand now and I'd like to share a card with you that I made as a sample for one of the recent Inkylicious shows on Hochanda:


All the stamps that I've used are by Inkylicious and the sentiment is one of my favourites as it's so true.  I think it's a reminder to us all that we should all stop for a while and treasure the little moments in our lives as they tend to be the ones that we look back on with the greatest affection.

I stamped the image using Desert Sand and then coloured it using Distress inks to give the image more of a water colour look.  The two butterflies were printed and then fussy cut out to complete the scene.  I coloured and blended the background using Spectrum Aqua pens and a touch of glycerin.

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Allsorts - In My Garden
Penny Black and More - Things With Wings
That's Crafty - Close To Nature
Country View Challenges - In The Summer Garden

Sunday, 1 July 2018

We're 'In My Garden' at Stamping Sensations

Hello there my crafty friends,

It's time for a new challenge over at 'Stamping Sensations' and the theme this time is 'In My Garden,' so we're hoping to see lots of beautiful floral creations.

Here's the card that I've made using some beautiful stamps by Crafty Individuals

                                                    Featuring: CI-415CI-491 CI-493

I've used CI-491 stamp to create my background paper by stamping with a blue ink onto pink paper.  The main focal image was stamped with Versafine Black Onyx and then heat embossed to avoid any smudging.  I then coloured the image with Distress Inks and Inktense pencils.  I finished by adding a few hanging flowers to complete the scene.

We are very generously sponsored this month by Jean and Malcolm over at Crafty Individuals who are offering a £25 voucher to spend at their online store.


We would really love it if you could join us with a piece of your artwork featuring this month's theme but please remember that Stamping Sensations is a 'STAMPING' challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

Rudolph Day - June 18

Hello there,

I hope to find you all well and happy, and enjoying the heatwave if you're here in the UK. 

Before I start, I have a few new followers and I'd like to say 'Hello and Welcome' to you all.  I really do appreciate your support and I hope you'll visit often.

I'm here today to share with you a card that I've made for this month's 'Rudolph Day' challenge over at Scrappy Mo's.  Now any regular followers of mine will now be beginning to notice just how much I love this stamp by Penny Black.  I think this will be the third time that I've used it in this challenge.  In my defense,  I have changed the colours and added little bits here and there.  In today's offering, I've added a die cut Deer and some stamped Rabbits.


I'll be back with you on Sunday morning with a card for our new challenge over at Stamping Sensations, so I hope that you'll join me.  Until then, be happy x 

I'd also like to add my card into the following challenges:

The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge - Anything Goes

Monday, 18 June 2018

Visible Image Mid Month Inspiration

Hello there,

It's time for a little mid month Inspiration over at Stamping Sensations and I'd like to share another card that I've made using the 'Face It' stamp set from Visible Image.  This time the eyes are closed which I thinks creates a very moody and thoughtful looking card.  I also think that it looks quite dramatic in blacks and greys.


The background was made using Brushos and the tree stamp is by Andy Skinner.

We'd love you to join us in this month's challenge and there's still plenty of time left for you to share one of your makes with us.

Don't forget that we are sponsored by Mark and Helen at Visible Image, and the lucky winner will receive a £25 gift voucher to spend at their online store


Stamping Sensations is a stamping challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x

Sunday, 17 June 2018

A Dedication To My Wonderful Dad

Hello there,

As it's 'Father's Day' today here in the UK, I really felt that I wanted to make a card that I could dedicate to the memory of my wonderful Dad who sadly passed away many years ago.

My Dad used to have a fabulous garden and he used to grow all of our flowers and vegetables.  I remember them being in long, neat rows, and he used to plant a few plants or seeds each week, so that we had a constant supply of food throughout the summer and autumn months.  I guess as a child that I took this for granted, especially when many of my friends were eating the then new and very fashionable ready meals that had just started to appear on the market.....what a fool I was, and what I wouldn't give to have my Dad here again today to thank him for all he did for us.

I feel absolutely blessed to have had such an amazing Dad and for all the happy memories that I have of our time together.  What's that saying...... Don't cry because they've gone, smile because they were here. :) xxx

Here's the card that I've made, and that I dedicate to him:


On this card, I've used some gardening stamps by 'The Stamp Man' that I've had for years and never  
used until now.  Unfortunately, these stamps are no longer available. The trees are by Inkylicious and I’ve used some Floersoft on the bare tree.  

I hope that your day will be a special one where beautiful memories can be made x  

I'll be back with you tomorrow with some mid-month inspiration over at Stamping Sensations.

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Penny Black and More - In The Garden
Try It On Tuesday - For The Boys

Sunday, 10 June 2018

Ladies Night Out

Hello there,

I hope that you're enjoying the weekend so far and that you might have something nice planned for today. 

I'd like to share a card with you that I've made for this week's challenge over at Allsorts, and their theme is 'Ladies Night Out.'


The stamp of the lady is by Flonzcraft, and I think she looks rather elegant all dressed in pink, don't you?  The step stamp is by The Stamp Man and all other stamps are by Inkylicious.

Wishing you all the very happiest of days x

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Pink Elephants

Hello there,

I hope that you're all still enjoying the sunshine.  We seem to have missed all the thunder storms here that were supposed to happen, although it has been very muggy at times.

I had just about given up hope of getting this month's copy of Creative Stamping magazine when I managed to get a copy on a visit to York last week.  I love every single image on there and it's definitely one of their best sets of stamps to date.  As the magazine is now just a penny short of £9, I have to really like most of the stamps before buying it.  I bought this one without any hesitation as I knew that I would use the stamps again and again, especially for those hard to make masculine cards.  I've made four cards to date and I'd like to share one with you that I've made for a lovely lady that I know who's about to have a baby girl anytime now.  The Elephant image is wonderful but I wanted to do something a little different with it, so here goes:


The colours that I've used are all pinks, greys and lilacs as I think they work together really well.  Let me know what you think?

That's all from me for today and I hope to back with you all very soon x

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Allsorts - Baby, baby

Sunday, 3 June 2018

Anything Goes at Stamping Sensations

Hello there on this Sunday morning,

I do hope that you're all keeping well and happy.

It's time for a new challenge at 'Stamping Sensations' and our theme this time is 'Anything Goes.'  That's a nice easy one this time, so why not get your stamps out and join us.  We are very generously sponsored this month by 'Visible Image' and so I've used their stamps as inspiration.


I'm a fan of  Visible Image stamps and so I've made my card using three of their stamp sets: Face It, Leave Your Fears Behind and Alphabetical.

I started my card by stamping the Face It stamps with Versafine and then heat embossing them to avoid any smudges.  Next, I made masks for the eyes to keep them nice and white.  I then dabbed some Distress inks onto my craft mat, spritzed them and pressed the card into it.   I've made my own mask for this stamp set using acetate.  I did make several before I finally found a shape that I was happy with.  It's amazing how different the face looks with different shaped masks.  I used the mask over the face and then used a sponge dauber and pink ink around the face to give it some definition.  I then brought in the Leave Your Fears Behind set in to add the birds and trees around the face.  I had the idea to create a fringe with the band of trees stamp and I think it's worked reasonably well in framing the face.  I don't have the 'True Colours' stamp by VI, so I made my own text up from the Alphabetical set.  All of the black stamping was heat embossed.  Finally, I gave my girl a little make up, some blue eye shadow and some red lippy.  Not my colours but I think they suit her, she's definitely showing her true colours :)

Don't forget that we are sponsored by Mark and Helen at Visible Image, and the lucky winner will receive a £25 gift voucher to spend at their online store


Stamping Sensations is a stamping challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x

Monday, 28 May 2018

Cats In The Moonlight

Hello there,

I hope that you're all enjoying the Bank Holiday here in the UK.  Although we were supposed to be having thunderstorms here, it's been fine all day.  I was up with the lark this morning and straight into the garden.  The lawns could actually do with a little rain but I'm loving this fine weather.  I think it's because we had to wait so long for it to arrive.

Blog land seems to be very quiet at the moment and I'm suspecting that may also have something to do with the weather.  I know that this GDPR thing as been a nightmare for most of us too and I've read on a couple of blogs that people are thinking of giving it all up, which would be so sad.  It's such a shame when all we want to do is to share what we've made with like minded people.  Enough of that now though and onto cards, here's one that I'd like to share with you:


The last time I was over at Inkylicious dropping off some samples, Deby gave me a couple of new stamps that they've made to try out.  The cats are a larger version of some that I've used previously but the difference with these is that they are both separate from the branch, with I think is a great Idea as you can then use them in different settings and independently, so far more scope.    The second new stamp is the one that I've used around the top of my card, it's pretty isn't it.  I don't think these are on Inkylicious' web site yet but I'm sure it won't be too long before Deby puts them on.

All the stamps that I've used on this card are by Inkylicious, and I've used both the positive and negative brick wall stamps.  I'm very happy with the finished card and I decided that a few gem stones would make the tree a little more magical.

That's all from me today and I thank you for taking the time to visit x

I'd like to add this card into the following challenges:

Penny Black And More - Anything Goes
The Artistic Stamper - Backgrounds


Friday, 25 May 2018

Rudolph Day - May 18

Hello there,

It’s 'Rudolph Day' again over at Scrappy Mo's blog and so I'd like to share a card that I've made for the challenge:


The stamp that I've used called 'Restful' and it's by Penny Black.

The background was made using Distress and Distress Oxide inks.

Thank you for your visit today and I hope you can join me again soon x

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Bitter Sweet Birthday

Hello there,

I'd like to share a card with you today that I made for a lady who meant a lot me, and who was a part of my life from the day that I was born.   It was Pat's 80th birthday last month and so I made a special card for her.  I stamped the image using desert sand and then I colour the the roses using water colours:


Two weeks after her 80th birthday, Pat passed away peacefully x







Friday, 18 May 2018

Close To Nature with Crafty Individuals

Hello there,

It's time for some mid-month inspiration over at Stamping Sensations and I'd like to share a card with you that I've made using two of the latest stamps by Crafty Individuals.   Our theme this month is 'Close to Nature' and I think these stamps fit the bill for that just perfectly.  The stamps are absolutely beautiful and the one with the Pied Wagtail on is definitely one of my all time favourites.  Although this stamp looks fabulous when it's stamped just in black, I thought I'd opt for something a little different and so I've stamped it using Adirondack Cranberry.  Here it is:


The image in the frame is another new stamp, designed by Jean Hardy at Crafty Individuals.

If you haven't joined us already this month, then I hope that this post might inspire you to do so.

Take care and Happy Crafting,
Sandra x

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Unicorns

Hello there,

I'm here today to share a few more of the samples that I made for Inkylicious' show on Hochanda last week and today, it's all about Unicorns:




I'm sorry that it's only a very short post again but things are very busy at the moment with one thing and another.  Hopefully, things should be back to normal again in the next week or two and I'll then have a little more time to spend in my craft room.

Take care and I hope the sun shines for you wherever you are x

I'd like to add some of these cards into the following challenges:

Allsorts - In The Pink - (Card No. 2)
Penny Black and More - Anything Goes - (Card No. 1)
The Artistic Stamper - Backgrounds - (Card No. 3)

Sunday, 6 May 2018

We're 'Close to Nature' at Stamping Sensations

Hello to you all on this Sunday morning,

It's time for a new challenge over Stamping Sensations and our theme this time is 'Close to Nature.'

Here's the card that I've made:


Now we are very generously sponsored this month by the lovely Lesley Wharton from Chocolate Baroque.  The prize that Lesley is offering is their fabulous 'Wild Meadow 'A4 stamp set, along with a sheet of 'Cling a Ling' to mount them on.  It just so happens that the Wild Meadow set was the first set of stamps that I ever bought from Chocolate Baroque, many moons ago and so I decided to make my cards with some of those stamps today.


I started by creating my background using Fossilized Amber Distress Ink, Adirondack Peach Bellini and Memento Nautical Blue.  My mountains were made using Memento Tuxedo Black.  Once I was happy with my background, I then used Versafine black Onyx to stamp the silhouette flowers.  I also used second generation stamping to give more of a sense of depth.  I do love using Versafine ink as it gives such a clear image but unfortunately, it does smudge quite easily, so for this reason, I heat embossed the flowers with a clear embossing powder to set the image.  I then used Adirondack Water Melon around the top of my card, then Nautical Blue followed by Tuxedo Black around the bottom.  Had I not heat embossed my card, then this would have been the point where it all went wrong. The sentiment that I've used is by Andy Skinner.

This card makes me think of warm Summer days and I hope that it might inspire you to join us in this month's challenge.

Stamping Sensations is a stamping challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x





Friday, 4 May 2018

Inkylicious Seaside Samples - May 18

Hello again,

The lovely Deby and Emma from Inkylicious were on Hochanda today at 2pm.  If you missed the show, then you can always watch it on Catch Up at Hochanda for the next couple of weeks.

Well I have to say that when I collected these stamps from Deby, it was like Christmas Day for me.  There were so many beautiful stamps that I hardly knew where to start as I wanted to play with them all at once! :)  As I've made quite a few cards, I'll share them over the next few weeks so that you don't get too fed up of seeing my posts.  I do thank you all for your patience as this is my third post this week and ordinarily, I would only post twice at the most. 

Here are just some of the things that I've made:


This is something a little different for me but I was really pleased how it turned out:

I glued some Ice Cream sticks together and painted them with black acrylic paint.  
Next, I dusted over with white ink before applying the colours.  
I then stencilled in the moon with white ink and mountains with black acrylic.
I used a white pen to add some stars and to give the water a moonlit look.


Next is a little gift bag that I've decorated using the gorgeous new
round shell stamp which I've heat embossed in white. 
The sentiment and image in the center are from the new
A5 Seaside Elements stamp set.  The crackle background was made using this stamp

Again using the new Shell stamp and the picture in the center is made
from the Seaside Elements A5 set.  I've used the Worn Paint stamp in
the background too


Thursday, 3 May 2018

More Crafty Individual Samples - May 18

Hello there,

I do hope that you're all keeping well and happy.

I'm here today to share a few more of my Crafty Individual samples:

Featuring CI-493 (New Stamp)

 Featuring: CI-207, CI-436, CI-438, Victoria Corner, New Bird Die, 

Featuring: Springtime Paper Pad, CI-436, CI-437, CI-151

                                                Featuring CI-493 (New Stamp) CI-436, CI-478

Don't forget to set your recorders again tomorrow (Friday the 4th of May) as Deby and Emma from Inkylicious have a two hour show on Hochanda staring at 2pm.  They have some gorgeous new stamps on, and  I'll be back again soon to share some cards that I made for that show.  Until then, I wish you all a happy day x

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Crafty Individuals Silhouette Flowers

Hello there,

Did you see Jean from Crafty Individuals and Lesley from Chocolate Baroque working their magic on Hochanda this morning?  If you missed the show, then you can always watch it on catch up for the next couple of weeks.

I'm here today to share some of my samples with you:

Featuring CI-495 (New Stamp)

Featuring CI-367

Featuring: CI-365, CI-287

I'll be back to share more samples with you soon in a couple of days, until then, stay happy x


Sunday, 29 April 2018

Rudolph Day - April 18

Hello there,

Well here we are again and time for another 'Rudolph Day' challenge over at Scrappy Mo's.  This month I've made a card using stamps by Crafty Individuals and I decided to use non-traditional colours:


Sorry for my lack of blogging recently.  First of all, my old beloved computer gave up the ghost and so I've been getting used to a new one with Windows 10......that's been fun!  I've also been busy making samples for Crafty Individuals who are on Hochanda 1st of May and for Inkylicious who are on Hochanda on the 4th of May, so lots to keep me busy but not much time to be at my computer.

Thank you to my loyal band of blogging friends for their continued visits and kind comments, you are all very much appreciated.

That's all from me for now and I hope to be back with you all soon x

I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:

The Holly and the Ivy Christmas challenge - Anything Christmas Goes


Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Inkylicious Cats

Hello there,

Just a very quick post from me today.

I'd like to share with you a card that I've just made using the new 'Cats on a Branch' stamp by Inkylicious:


Aren't they gorgeous!

Have a lovely day and I hope to be back with you all soon x

I'd like to add my card to the following challenges:

Back To Basics And Beyond Challenge - Matting and Layering

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Mid-Month Inspiration at Stamping Sensations

Hello there,

It's my turn to offer some mid-month inspiration at Stamping Sensations by trying something new.  Now, I've always wanted to have a go at stamping on candles but I've never got round to it before, so here goes :)  I checked out a couple of videos on You Tube before I started to see how people had coloured their images.  As you need to stamp and colour tissue paper, it's a very delicate operation.

As our theme this month is 'One for the Girls,' I thought I'd opt for something floral as we all love our flowers, so I chose to use 'Rose Bloom' by Stacey Barras as it was a really good fit for the candle that I was using.

I decided to use my Stamping Press as I wasn't quite sure how well the Stazon Ink would print onto the tissue paper.   Here is the process, step by step in photos:

Stamped twice onto tissue paper with Stazon ink

Delicately coloured using Derwent Inktense pencils

I got very brave at this stage and used a damp water brush to intensify the colour.
I also used a red colour brush to darken some of the red areas.

Next, I cut out the image, leaving just a little white tissue showing around the image.

I laid the cut out image over the candle and wrapped a piece of baking parchment tightly around the candle.  Using a heat gun to adhere the tissue paper to the candle, it was like embossing magic as you can see the wax melting as you move along.  It's important to keep your heat gun moving so as not to create any holes with the hot wax, it all happens very quickly.

The end result!  
I added a piece of ribbon and a matching bow around the base of the candle to add the finishing touch.

For a first attempt, I'm very happy with the end result, although I would like to have another go and just leave it at the stage where it's been coloured with the pencils as I think that would give a subtle sketchy look.

I've thoroughly enjoyed trying a new technique (For me) and I hope that I just might have inspired you to have a go if you've never tried stamping on candles before.

Happy Crafting,
Sandra x 

Saturday, 7 April 2018

CI Samples - Take 2

Hello again and I hope that you're all ready to enjoy the weekend.

I'm here today to share the last of my Crafty Individuals samples from the March shows and here they are:




That's the last of my samples for now but I'm busy making more samples for the next show which is on the 1st of May.  

Wishing you a very happy and colourful weekend x

I would like to enter my first card into the following challenges:

Allsorts - Be there or be Square

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Crafty Individuals Samples - March 18

Hello there,

I do hope that you've all enjoyed the Easter break. 

I'm here today to share a few of the samples that I made for Crafty Individuals when they were on Hochanda last week.  The stamps are beautiful to work with and the hardest thing for me is having to stop making cards!  Here they are:



That's all from me for today but I'll be back at the weekend to share the rest of my samples from the shows x

Sunday, 1 April 2018

One For The Girls at Stamping Sensations

Hello there my crafty friends,

It's time for a new challenge over at Stamping Sensations and out theme this time is 'One For The Girls.'  I thought long and hard about what stamps I would like to use for this challenge and then I remembered a stamp that I haven't used for quite a while called 'Fashion Girl Vintage Fifties' by Flonzcraft and I think it hits the brief really well.  Here's my card:


I started by stamping the girl and the mirror with Versafine and then I used a clear embossing powder over it.  I masked off my images and then used red Brushos to create the background.  I used a Tim Holtz die cut on the corners and then mounted the card on to a piece of red card to give some contrast.  I added some gold peel offs and a ribbon to the mirror to make it stand out a little more.  The sentiment stamp that I've used is from an old stamp set by Crafter's Companion but I thought that it worked well with my glamour girl.

We are very generously sponsored this month by Gordon and Justin at:
Once Upon a Stamp
 and the lucky winner will receive a £25 gift voucher to spend at their online store

Stamping Sensations is a stamping challenge, so we must see a stamped image, sentiment or quote as the focal element of your artwork, this means: Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest.

All the details of our challenge rules can be found here

Please note:  If we don't comment on your entry it will be because it doesn't follow our theme to qualify under our rules, or because we are asked to sign in or provide additional data to comment on third part hosts such as Instagram, Flickr or Facebook etc.  We really don't want to be rude but we do want to be fair to those who follow the rules.

That's all from me for now, so I'll wish you a happy and peaceful day x

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