Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Can not believe that this is the 35th challenge! I definitely feel that this has added color and fun to my life, so I applied that to my design details. If you are looking at this wondering what the details are, well I attempted to carry the tiny attacher staples throughout. Staples were used to attached the peeled paper and to create a stem for the 'live' flower. So much fun, I'm wondering what's in store next at Linda's Studio L3, she is such gracious and inspiring host!
Friday, March 4, 2011
This week's Drunken Stamper's Challenge is Rhinestone Cowgirl-y. Well, since I'm in the west I am equipped with the appropriate barrage of western themed stamps. I love Sadie and her saloon from Art Impression's. And I decided her saloon could use some sparkle-y studs. What woman couldn't!
I kept it simple so that the fragments get center-stage. Somehow I thought I was going overboard with a game theme, but looking at it now I don't see many game pieces, the mind plays tricks! See how I full circled back around to games? Anyhow head on over to Linda's Studio L3 and play along!
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Ah Paris! I love all things Paris related. If you do too, go to Hels Sunday Stamper blog and join in. I used this great stamp from Stampers Anonymous on a mono-print alcohol ink background of DI's in concord, shabby shutters, and gold. There is more color than shows up the photo, so use your imagination, visualizing a golden Paris sky surrounding Le Magnifque Eiffel Tower. I've got a sudden craving for a croissant, right after I find my beret, Bon Jour, (I took spanish, so I'm winging le french).