November 14, 2007

Wednesday Stamper

I have one and only one chair stamp, so when I saw the theme at Wednesday Stamper, I knew this old SU stamp was going to get used.

For this card I created the background with my chair stamp. The image is a stamp from Paper Artsy. The tag includes a collection of stamps from Technique Tuesday and Stampington.


I started fooling around with this stamp and ended up creating this faux postage ATC.

The background stamps are from SeeD's.

20 comments:

Hermine said...

Looks great.

DymphieM said...

Gorgeous card and atc Louise!

Barbara said...

Fun chairs. love the background

Viola said...

Gorgeous pieces!

Clau said...

Great chairs. Love both your card and ATC.

Andrea, said...

fab card and ATC

Ilonka said...

both pieces are wonderful!

Sandy said...

Wow this is so fabulous. The background with the chairs. Wonderful work.

johanna said...

both samples are really great! clever ideas!

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

I love the distressed look on this card, just perfect with the subtle stamping in the background - it's just beautiful!

Myriame said...

Both are splendid

Karen Owen said...

Both entries are wonderful! That chair stamp is a good one!

Karen

Nise on GW said...

GREAT stuff, Louise! And I'm so glad you're not buying any more Christmas stamps because I've been really good about being nice, as you haven't had any wonderful shopping experiences for me to be envious of. Going to my cosuin's house for the weekend - - she says she's got some ribbon and stuff for us to share - - OH BOY!

stamp and scrape said...

Louise - the little touches are genius - love how you've coloured in the odd chair here and there.
Great work!
Ros

Kris Dickinson said...

Ooooo I'm loving these too!

Nellie said...

Great entry!! Love it

Silvia said...

Gerat work, love them both.

joanne wardle said...

brilliant use of the chair stamps. particularly for the background.
your inchies arrived today, thank you. and the ATC is gorgeous

Angelina said...

Both are really great! Super!

Rein said...

Fabulous, what a wonderful background!