Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Stampotique Challenge - Happy Un-Birthday!

Thanks for stopping by the blog today. This week over at Stampotique Desinger's Challenge our lovely and oh, so talented France Papillon is our hostess. 
She has chosen the theme "Happy UnBirthday"
Here is what France says about this challenge

"We often expect cards on our birthday. How about surprising someone with an unbirthday card? With or without Alice in Wonderland inspiration, make a happy unbirthday card!"

This theme gave me a huge challenge. I had to really think on this one. I don't have many Alice in Wonderland stamps so I decided to do a postcard "just because"

The funny thing is, once I got started with this I ended up doing two instead of just one.

You have to forgive my photos this week, my light in my craft room isn't working well and since it's snowy and cold outside I can't take photos out there. Sorry

First postcard I did

I used Stampotique Stamps:
Piling Thing - By Artist Daniel Torrente
Blessed Skellie - By Artist Roc Nicholas

I also used a few stencils for the background and printed out my sentiment from Microsoft Word
I used Copic Markers to color my images

My second postcard


I used Stampotique Stamps:
Piling Thing - By artist Daniel Torrente
Whisker Monster with Sign - By Artist Kira Nichols

Here are the two together


These two postcards will go to two different people and I really like how each is unique in it's own way. 
Come by the Stampotique Designer's Challenge Blog this week and join us for this fun challenge. You could be the lucky winner of a 30.00 gift certificate to the online store
Cheers!

7 comments:

  1. I think you have created 2 lovely colourful cards, Claudine. Love them !
    Corrie x

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  2. Awesome cards Claudine!!! You had fun this week :-D XOXO

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  3. Wow you made such beautiful cards, love the colors

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  4. They're gorgeous postcards Claudine xx

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  5. These are brilliant, love the backgrounds Claudine xx

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  6. love how you used my skellie stamp claudine! terrifc job!

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