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Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Stampotique challenge - Mustard, Navy and Orange

Wahahhayyyyyyy its Stampotique Challenge time again - this weeks theme is a colour theme set by another very talented design team member - Jane. The colours - Mustard, Navy and Orange.

After a recent trip to Gainsborough I bought a few templates from House of Sandra and one of them was a shoe.  So out came my Claudine Helmuth Sticky Back Canvas and set to sprarying it with Dylusion Inks - Sweetened Orange, Lemon Zest and Pure Sunshine.  Once dry I then removed the sticky backing and placed the canvas on some orange card, cut round the template and started gluing together the pieces.   The back piece of the shoe was hand drawn as I wanted to create the look of an 'espadrille' (remember those???).  Orange and yellow buttons were stuck together to make the heel, some metal corners were bent slightly to cover the front toe.  A inner sole was cut freehand out of navy card.  Carols Flowers were stamped onto paper already spritzed with ink and cut out to form the flower.  A long length of ribbon was added to tie up the shoe and then it was mounted onto navy card.  I added some butterflies that I printed off on the computer, added the PAPILLON text and here it is...

 
Why not pop over to Stampotique Designer's Challenge to see all the lovely designs the Design Team have created and join in with us. Don't forget we are now doing weekly challenges so you will have until Tuesday, 18th September 2012 to link up and play along for your chance to win. All winners from the challenges from the month will have a chance to win, we will randomly draw 2 winners for a $30 gift certificate for Stampotique stamps at our first challenge of the following month (October).  You can use ANY images too but only 1 entry per person.  Stampotique will draw 2 random winners on the first week of our challenge in Octorber fro all those who played in the September challenges.

Thanks for looking



12 comments:

  1. I had forgotten how wonderful these look although better in real life but still equally as stunning
    hugs Kate xx

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  2. Wow this is awesome, so much work. I love it! Claire x

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  3. Gorgeous! Love this Stampotique shoe! XOXO

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  4. Ingenious! Love it ! You are SOOOOOOO clever! x

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  5. This is amazing, so creative x

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  6. A stunning shoe Polly xx very inspirational!

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  7. Wow Polly, your shoe is absolutely stunning. Love the colours. Hugs Debbie x

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  8. Woooooow !!! really stunning, uncredible and wonderful project ! I Love it of course, would it be possible not ???

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  9. Wow, love your espadrille (and yes, I do remember them!) Fab colours :-)

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