zaterdag 19 november 2016

Human Body with a Animal Head 2



Second week  for the challenge at Stampotique "Human Head with a Animal Head".
So funny to do!!!
The Sampotique stamps are:
This time I've used the body of Gonno by Daniel Torrente. The head is Fruit Bat by Kira Nichols and Abstract Foliage +Swirl Stalks by Jo Capper-Sandon.

zaterdag 12 november 2016

Human Body with an Animal Head




A lot of Stampotique stamps my favorites!
This time i've used a big manilla tag and distress ink love the distress colours❣️
The stamps are:

Daniel Torrent; Spiral Daydreams, Newton,
France Papillon; Cracks,
Karen Hayselden; Oodles of Doodles,
Amy Wilson; Altered Alpha and
Janet Klein; Cowardly Lion

dinsdag 1 november 2016

Outer Space 2



The background is made with Metallic Accents Watercolorpaint and Distress ink.
For the stars i've used a stencil and silver embossingpaste
The Stampotique stamp is NYNY! designed by Janet Klein.

zondag 30 oktober 2016

Outer Space



Here my entry for the Outer Space Challenge of Stampotique


I've made the background on Yupo with alcohol ink (yellow, green, blue, purple, black, white,silver).
The Stampotique stamps i've used are:
Texture Cube 1 by Kate Crane, Life.... by Maria Raita Sabina and Romek By Magda Polakow.

woensdag 19 oktober 2016

Halloween 2





Here my second Halloween creation!
But made with a lot of fun.
The Stampotique stamps are;
The lovely "Fruit Bat" designed by Kira Nichols and France's Chandelier designed by France Papillon.

zaterdag 15 oktober 2016




A lot of stamps
The Stampotique stamps are:
Neverending Wall small by Arwen McCullen
3 Greetings by Daniel Torrente
Abstract Foliage, Splatter Long and Blob by Jo Capper-Sandon and
Dollie by Tracy Scott

The background is created with Colourburst on smooth watercolour paper.

zondag 9 oktober 2016

Favorite Quote 2

                                                                  Go confidently.........

Background made with Nuance of Magenta with a lot of water.
The Stampotique stamps are Angel by Daniel Torrente and the quote is from Carol's Collection "Go confidently"
The gothic gate and little bats are new Tim Holtz thinlits.