Sunday, 2 December 2012

A Tiny Lavinia Stamp for the SplodgeAway Challenge.

Hello Bloggers 
I hope today finds you all well and happy.
This card is my DT sample for the new
 Challenge starting on the SplodgeAway Blog today!
 The theme is 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'
Bung in an entry because you could WIN some Fabulous 
SplodgeAway GOODIES!
The background was created using Distress inks, 
a blending tool and a SplodgeAway Mat.
The Tiny Foliage Stamp and the Stars are from Lavinia Stamps.
  The foliage stamp is approximately 1/2 inch in size.
 I just stamped around in a circle using different colours of Distress inks
and a Nestabilities Circle die as a guide

I nicked the idea from Melissa See her super blog here.
Thanks for popping by today
Your comments are fabulous, thank you.x
A huge warm welcome to my new followers.

Please look at the post below this one
for my DT PanPastel challenge
Sample x
 I'll be back soon!
Eileen

13 comments:

  1. This technique is something I keep meaning to do as I have a selection of tiny stamps...somewhere!! Great background and well chosen stamps too.

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  2. I love the bright colours that you've used for this one Eileen. Another great idea for flat packed Christmas card (got to think of the postage cost this year).

    Sue x

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  3. I did the stamping areound a circle to make a wreath last year - but I much prefer this, the inking is fabulous, never thought of using it with my SA mat and ink blending tools - got to make some time to have a play this week xx

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  4. This is scrummy missus!! love it xxxxxx hugs :)

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  5. So pretty and elegant, I love the colours
    Lindsay xx

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  6. Another lovely card Eileen you did a similar technique last year and I also had a go with something similar, effective without layers Dee x

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  7. Hi Eileen, a lovely wreath with vibrant colours and your Pan Pastel card is also a beautie!
    warm greet Miranda

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  8. Go Eileen, yet another wonderful card, you should set up a shop and you would make a mint!!XX

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  9. Hi Eileen, love this - you always remind me to do something - like with this one, "rembember to play with the colours on your stamps more"! Sam xx

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  10. Eileen this is fabulous! I love the gorgeous colours and the wreath with the doves.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  11. Just love these bright colours, so cheery with all this bad weather. Love the way you have used a nestie as a guide for the circle, a great tip. Just come back from a week in the sun, so am catching up. Hope to join the challenges soon.

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