Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Stampotique Challenge: Scrap It!

It's Jo's turn to host a challenge at Stampotique. She decided on something that she usually avoid- using photographs along side stamping. This challenge theme can incorporate your photographs in anyway possible either on a page, inside a journal, on a canvas, a mini book, an altered item...anything you wish, just as long as you are using stamping somewhere too.
So I'm not a scrapper, but love to learn/try it. Let me know what you think.


Stamps Used:

Products Used:
Crafters Workshop Templates
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Electric Blue
Distress Ink Pads Broken China & Spiced Marmalade

Join us weekly for our themed challenges. You may use ANY stamps for our challenges, of course we always enjoy seeing your work with Stampotique stamps, but is no longer required. Two winners will be randomly chosen at the end of the month from all the challenge participants to win a $30 gift certificate for Stampotique stamps.

13 comments:

  1. Als jij geen goeie scrapper wordt weet ik het ook niet meer...Deze is supermooi! Ik zou zeggen: Meer! Meer!

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  2. Mooi hoor Astrid, ik ben al opzoek naar een geschikte foto en zal vast wel iets vinden, Vind het een erg leuke uitdaging!

    groetjes coby

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  3. Fab LO, love the colour combo. Claire x

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  4. Love this, you look like you scrap all the time! x

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  5. Not a scrapper eh!!! Well you are - this page is just Gorgeous!! Polly x

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  6. that background gives me a nice feeling. beautiful layout

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  7. Astrid this is beautiful... your background is beyond wonderful.
    sarinda

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  8. It's a nice scrap page with a soft and beautiful background !! Nice photo too... Especially if you are not used to scrap like that, bravo! You can continue! Coco xx

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  9. I am a scrapper and think your page is wonderful. The emphasis is right where it should be - on your photo. Beautiful soft background with those splashes of orange = perfecto.

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