Wednesday, October 17, 2012


Today the Stampotique has a new Designer's Challenge theme and Carol Fox is our hostess this week, here is what she has challenged you and the team with:
"It's my turn to set the theme this week for the Stampotique Designer's Challenge. I love to use my rubber stamps for my backgrounds, so this week you are challenged to use your stamps for your backgrounds, as well as your main focal image.  What I love about using your stamps in this way is that you can get a truly original background as even you will never be able to get the same one again."
Here's my little card made using a single stamp to create an all-over background pattern.  I used a stamp positioner and stamped the background stamp image approximately 32 times right-side-up and 32 times up-side-down.  I think it's fairly seamless and I am pleased with the effect!  I hope you'll play along for your chance to win Stampotique bucks! :)
Stampotique Original stamps:
Decor #3, Butterfly, Mushroom Forest, Quiet Place
"I am... a mushroom; On whom the dew of heaven drops now and then."
John Ford


  1. Great card! Love the decor stamp as your background. XOXO

  2. I am just loving the monochromatic images!!
    Great job!


  3. Love this! well done you for getting to grips with a stamp positioner lol x

  4. Great background. Love those colors together.

  5. I love this Val! Colors are fab and the background is beautiful!

  6. I fell in love with this as soon as I saw it, it's gorgeous and love that mushroom quote, xx

  7. Wow... impressive.
    I have never been able to work the stamp positioner, Nicely done.


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