Friday, 11 April 2014

Craft Stamper Take it Make it Challenge Inspiration

  Happy Friday everyone, just stopping by with a little inspiration for the
here`s a quick reminder of the theme 
and the
Technique:
 Use a bottle somewhere in your project. This could be an altered bottle, using small bottles/vials as a focal point in your project, or using a stamped image of a bottle!
Make a bottle wrap or a bottle tag (the kind that fits a wine bottle neck) -Use bottle stamps - wine bottles, milk bottles etc - to make a card -Create a 'bottle' on a card from acetate or Clearly for Art film -Personalise a wine bottle by stamping a DIY label -Make a 'message in a bottle'

I wanted to create a project of the page, a quick root around my shed for a chunk of wood.
I used the free stamp from this months 
 as my inspiration,
 along with papers from 
My Minds Eye Lost and Found Halloween collection
Gesso, Distress Stains and Metallic Pan Pastels.
Stamping and fussy cutting to add a little dimension and some
doodle doodle doo`s
to finish.
Well that`s all from me today, but be sure to hop on by the 
for even more inspiration from the team,
you will not be disapointed!
Thank you for looking
Till next time
Big hugs
xoxoxo

10 comments:

glitzzy said...

Wow thia is just awesome such a pretty stamp love itxxx

Julie Short said...

What an interesting make Tracy....love!!!

rachel said...

a wonderful piece Tracy - love the muted tones - it all looks fabulous xx Hugs rachel xx

ElizabethR said...

Wowzers what a gorgeous chunk of wood it is too!!!!! Have a great weekend, Elizabeth xxx

Renee said...

I love the colors and the wonderful project! Your work is so amazing.

Lou Sims said...

Always in awe of your projects and how you turn something we'd throw away in to something meaningful and beautiful at the same time. Lou x

Dots Dabbles said...

I love the chunk of wood idea! You have the most amazing eye for colour and design. The words read like a spell...nice touch!
Dot x

shirley-bee said...

Wow, this is stunning, Tracy! The bottles look fabulous stamped on those papers and I love the colour scheme.

butterfly said...

I love your magical monochrome bottles - great take on the theme!
Alison xx

Deborah Moore said...

How interesting - not thought of using bits of wood, it's very effective!