1 Mar 2011

Sir Stampalot March Challenge

This months challenge at Sir Stampalot is Spring Flowers the prize
Although I have now stepped down from the DT I had already made my DT projects and wanted to show you what I had done.
My first card is an A5 easel card, the papers are SU, the stamped image is a Flower Soft Wheel Barrow and Flowers, I have had these stamps for quite some time but have never used them,  I stamped both images with SU Choc Chip Ink, coloured with Copics then added Flower Soft to give dimension, I also added some other handmade flowers that I purchased from QVC awhile back. I also stamped out the pair of Wellingtons coloured with Copics, cut them out and 3d'd them, the sentiment I believe is also from SU and was a gift many moons ago from a very good friend Stef aka Glitterbabe.
My next project was to make a gift box and card. 
For this one I used an old favourite Iris window stamp on the box, I stamped the image twice the second image I cut into six and 3d'd them onto the original stamp, I coloured it with Copics. The papers are SU, I used my XCut Multi Punch, Blossom, for the circle doily and added a few paper flowers.  I made a small A6 Easel card and used one of my brand new Morehead stamps this one goes well with the Iris theme as she is holding one.  I stamped the little Iris several times and 3d'd it.  The sentiment is one of the set that I got from Stef.  The image I coloured with Copics. I have taken several pictures for you to see at different angles. 

I hope you will join in with the Sir Stampalot challenge for the month of March.


Annmaree (Emu) said...

awesome creations, loving the flowersoft, I have some here that I never tried!

Cool window iris too!!!

Thinking of You!

Dawnll said...

All your projects are wonderful sweetie- love the use of the flowersoft! I always forget I have some.
Hope your doing well sweetie.

pinky said...

Lorraine your makes this month are absolutely beautiful as has all your creations for Sir Stampalot. I will miss you over there girl. Take care and sending you big hugs.

Nikbee said...

Gorgeous projects Lorraine. I love the flower soft on the first one and the iris stamp is wonderful.
Nikki x

*Vicki* said...

Wow!! Lorraine, this is really beautiful!! I love your gorgeous flowers here and design!! So pretty!! HUGS

Nannieflash said...

Hi Lorraine, stunning work all of it, Im sure they are going to miss you when you leave the team. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

Tracy said...

I love your springtime creation, gorgeous colours. I love the wheelbarrow. So nice to see some sun today too.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Clare *Littlebear* said...

These are fantastic Lorraine.
I shall miss you on the design team.
Clare x

coops said...

really beautiful creations lorraine.fabulous images and details and i love the super cute image on your last card :D

xx coops xx

Davi said...

So glad to see you are feeling better and back in the swing of things!! Your box is wonderfully beautiful and the easel card is so sweet with the darling image and your other garden easel is fabulous with the dps and that wheelbarrow of flower looks spectacular...so real!!

Doreen said...

Ooh Lorraine all these fabulous creations,I just love them.xxx

Sharon Basel said...

These are stunning Lorraine. I especially love the easel card - so gorgeous with the flower soft and I love the wellies as an embellishement - what a perfect finishing touch.
Sharon :)

Vicky said...

So sorry to hear you dropped from the team hun, I hope your ok....
I just love all your spring projects, I really love your easel cards,the first has such a striking design, I love the effect with the flower soft....

Beautiful job hun
Take care

Kirsty-Anne (Kitty) said...

Hi Saw this on the challenge and had to comment. The watering can and boots are out of this world !! Kitty :)


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