Friday, 2 September 2016

Craft Stamper Take It Make It - Take a Stamp


It's time for a new challenge at Craft Stamper Take It, Make It.  This month it's take a stamp - easy peasy!  And as a little enticement (as if you needed any!) we've got a fab prize for you from this month's sponsor, Visible Image:


One lucky randomly chosen winner will get these three stamp sets:


The winner chosen by the Design Team will have their winning entry published in Craft Stamper Magazine along with a profile, and will get to guest design in a future challenge.  Don't forget to follow the guidelines - particularly about linking back to our blog, and only having one project in your post.

For my card I stencilled clear embossing paste through an ARTplorations Shutters stencil and spritzed with Dylusions spray inks.  I stamped the teacup from Always Tea Time onto some Gelli Plate printed card and fussy cut it out.

Pop on over to the Craft Stamper blog for some more fabulous inspiration from the rest of the Design Team, and join in to win!
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10 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, Shirley, I love how it looks like reflected light from a window behind the cup, Jo x

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  2. Wow to that background! Love the sponsor! :)

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  3. This is fab .... love that background xx

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  4. Stunning! Everything in this card is just perfect!

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  5. Gorgeous watercolored background with your stenciling with embossing paste. Adds so much artistic interest to your stamped tea cup. TFS Shirley. Hugs, nancy

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  6. I don't know why, Shirley, but this reminds me of my grandma's coffee cup sitting on the kitchen table in the bright sunshine. Your card looks like the sun is shining through a window, hitting the cup sitting on the kitchen table. This is soft and gentle, and evokes wonderful feelings. Superior card..just love it. Bev

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  7. Love the 'window pane' look of your background! Obviously, Bev and I think alike cuz she nailed it in her comment! Fabulous sentiment too!

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  8. Wow, cool effect of the reflected light in the background, Shirley ... and that delicate little cup ... lovely and nostalgic! Hugs, Anita :)

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  9. OMG - this immediately caught my eye in the CS lineup. A perfect rendition of sunlight streaming through a kitchen window onto the morning cuppa.

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