Thursday, December 04, 2008

Wednesday Stamper


The challenge this week at 'Wednesday Stamper' is to use metal in your collage. I used the bottom of a mini loaf foil baking pan to punch snowflakes out of. That's the best I could come up with...lol. The lady's face at the side is a rubber stamp from 'Above the Mark'. The burlap rubber background stamp was from Michael's Craft store. I also used clip art and Tim Holtz distress inks for shading...and some sandpaper to distress the background. The 'dream' girl is a rubber stamp too. What I wonder is how the brown line got stamped on the lady's face! Thanks for looking ladies!

7 comments:

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Thanks for the site on the crock pot!! I sure can use those...she is really into crock pots!! Good for her!! Helps me a lot!!
Thanks so much for your kind words about my health. That is so good to hear from you. I am so lucky to have found so many wonderful blogging friends!! It is just awesome..Thank you so much!! Sandy

Saija said...

another great creation ... :o)
they are great to look at ...

hope you are staying warm ... it has really cooled down here ...

tomorrow is the midnight madness sale, here in town ... my aunt & i plan on going ... tho' most of my Christmas presents have been bought (or i will buy - online) ... it's still fun to go look at stuff!

blessings on ya!

herminesplace said...

Beautiful card

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is absolutely gorgeous.
So unbelievable cards.

crafty creations said...

brilliant - wonderful collage

Kimmie said...

I think that's an awesome idea! Patty at Magpies Nest says cutting foil sheets with scissors helps to keep them sharp - I'd bet the same is true for punches!

p.s. you have a lovely blog :)

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Oh! Dear Maggie Anne! How I enjoy your Wednesday Collages! What do you do with them all when you are finished? I think they would make a wonderful art album. I know I would enjoy leafing through such an album if I were to visit you for tea! :)
With Love and Blessings to You!
Claudia