Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Stampotique - A Look Back

Welcome back to the blog everyone, today is my day to post on the Stampotique Designer's Blog and since we are doing a month long "Anything Goes" Challenge over at the Designer's Challenge Blog I figured I would do a bit of a recap on some of my passed creations for Stampotique.

First up I have a birthday card that I did for a friend of mine, this was a fun and colorful creation and I think Prom Queen and Froggie look like life long friends...
Stampotique Stamps I used:
Prom Queen - By Artists Jill Penney and Daniel Torrente
Froggie - By Artist Daniel Torrente


Next Up I have a piece I showcased a few weeks ago when I announced that I had made the Roc Nicholas'  Design team.
This is one of my favorite creations from this passed year

Stampotique Stamp Used - Blessed Skellie by artist Roc Nicholas

If you look closely you can see the Skellie's head in my background paper too


Next up is a journal spread I did for the purple, black and pink challenge a few months ago

Stampotique Stamps used - 
Young Ignis and Ignis Heart - By Artist Magda Polakow

I just love how this page turned out, I love the black scratchiness in the background and the pink and purple really pop off the page


Next up is one from many moons ago, this one I did prior to becoming a design team member but I just love this page, it's so fun and bright and bold. It's one that I use for my business cards
I only used one Stampotique stamp on this journal page but she is my all time favorite (at the time I only had one stamp and Prom Queen was it)
Prom Queen - By Artists Jill Penney and Daniel Torrente


Thanks for coming by the blog today and I hope you have enjoyed my recap, I will be back next Wednesday to do some more recaps of my Stampotique work. I hope you will check back.
Also, don't forget about the Stampotique Designer's Challenge, the entire month of December is "Anything Goes" so you get 4 chance to win the 30.00 gift card!! 




5 comments:

  1. Each and every one is just wonderful Claudine :) xx

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  2. Thanks for the 'look back' at your work Claudine, you have always inspired me ever since i found your Blog through Stampotique. I never tire of visiting and am looking forward to more next week :-) xxx

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  3. You certainly work wonders with those fabulous stamps Claudine! I love each and every creation. Anne xx

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