I'm giving 1 lucky winner the full range of Flippin' Men stamps and also a full set of the next Flippin' stamp range by La Pashe to be launched so a total of 16 stamp sets at a value of £160 no alternatives to the prize will be given.
I have added the images of the stamp sets in the Flippin' Men but I have to keep the next sets a secret just a little longer.
I would like you to tell me what your favourite colouring medium is to colour stamped images by leaving me a comment and linking the blog candy on your blog/website, don't forget to add your name to Mr Linky to be in for a chance to win.
Please play fair, you may only enter your name once.
Closing date is 31st March 2010 and the winner will be announced 1st April 2010 (April Fools Day)
Please add your name to Mr Linky and then your comment I will make the draw from the names on the Mr Linky but you must leave a comment to be in the draw.
A bit of blending and a stamp set from Rubber Stamp Tapestry called Cherry Blossom.
This is one of the stamp sets that UK Stockists were buying from us at the NEC so look out for it.
Now who would have thought the the stamps that made the card is actually from this stamp set, I was inspired for the card from Toni on my design team she was beavering away on the Craftrak Stand at the NEC and I gave her this set to play with.
Another card made with the Flippin' Men stamps by La Pashe, soon to be in a craft shop near you.
This is the third sample made on Create and Craft.
I stamped onto patterned paper and pieced in the cap, tank top and trousers and then coloured the rest with watercolours, I used the same pattered paper at the bottom of the card wrapped a gold ribbon around the paper to finish.
I just know you are going to love these stamps as much as I do, la Pashe has released the 8 most popular Flippin' Men in Clear Stamp Sets, That's front and back character stamps a border or background stamps and quotes sentiments or fun phrases in each set.
So plenty for you to create with and better still these will be at affordable prices.
You can view all of the sets now over at the La Pashe site.
The girls on the Design Team have done me so proud with fantastic samples of both the Framin' Cards and the Stamps sets so you must pop over to them to see what they have created.
It's Mo's SIX MONTH anniversary and we reached the 1000 member milestone on PCP last week -- so Bella and Bronte called for a celebration! Blog Hop with both DTs! Each DT member will be giving "their" stamp to a random person who leaves a comment. Plus, visitors can gather "clues" at each stop to spell a phrase and be entered into the big contest to win one of many prizes
Coloured with Promarkers, a couple of pretty papers and buttons and ribbon as finishing touches.
What can you win?
3 people win three each of Mo's Stampavie rubber stamps
3 win a $10 GC
3 win a Mo's coffee cup
3 win a Mo's tote
3 win a tee-shirt.
grand prize of an original handmade art doll by Mo!
How do you enter the competition and win some goodies?
Follow along to teach of the DT blogs look at the wonderful creations they have made and leave them a comment as you could also win the digi stamp that was used in their creation.
Then search for a letter within the posting, collect each letter and then make a phrase with the letters you collect and email the phrase to firstname.lastname@example.org with the phrase in the SUBJECT LINE
The deadline for entering for the prizes and emailing Mo the final phrase is this Friday at midnight EST!
I hope I haven't made finding my letter to hard for you lol!
Now get hopping over to Elaine Hughesfor another letter and a peek and a wonderful creation.
Don't forget to leave me a comment and I will draw a winner for the Sophie Digital Stamp I have used, deadline Friday 19th midnight GMT
Getting a bit inky, I love doing that, I had to set to as soon as I got home from Create and Craft, it seems that both myself and Leonie Pujol enjoy nothing better than getting our fingers inky.
I used the Friends till the End stamp set by Papertrey Ink and using the blossom I stamped creamy caramel ink all over the Kraft base card then distressed the edges of the card in the same ink.
I stamped the main focal blossom onto kraft card with Momento ink and used Copics to colour the image, then I added glossy accents to the centre and added little gems and glass glitter to make it pop. I cut this out when dry and tied a ribbon around the card in a bow and added the blossom on top with foam pads.
The sentiment was stamped and cut out with the Stampin up word slot punch.