Wednesday, August 15, 2012

stampotique challenge

It's Polly's turn to host The Stampotique Challenge this time and she is asking us to alter something.  I've altered an envelope, one of my favorite things to do.

I painted, spritzed and dripped to create the background.  I used a few stamps to create the background: scalloped lace border, squiggle armshexagon, collage definition, and daisy, daisy stamp.   I stamped the chair and the starbird with chick on patterned paper and hand cut them out.  I added the sentiment, love travels, next.  For added color I used markers and gel pens. 

If you would like to join in on the fun you can find all about the details here.  If you play you will have a chance to win a $30.00 gift certificate towards Stampotique stamps, and really, who couldn't use more stamps?!

10 comments:

  1. Wow...so much to see on this envelope! Very cool! xoxo

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  2. This is wonderful Roc, I LOVE all these zingy colours x

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  3. This is amazing. So need to have a go at doing this. x

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  4. This is so gorgeous, wow! Never thought to alter an envelope. Do you actually send them? I would flip if I found something that amazing in my mailbox!! :-)

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  5. Awwww.... how cute is this???xox

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  6. Love all the colors on your envelope!

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  7. oh no...not another INCREDIBLY COOL envie from Roc!!!! lol This is the bomb Roc, love it!

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  8. Hi

    I have been M.I.A in blogland recently, and now doing a major catch up to see how everyone is getting on, hopefully life is settling into a more normal rountine now&I can get back to visiting more regularly again. I have loved having a good look round your blog to check out all I have missed,Love to look at your journaing, love your bright colours and your doodling .. I am off to an art journaling class this week, I am very excited!!! Thank you as always for all your inspiration.

    Hugs Juls

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  9. This is awesom Roc! I just love everything about it, amazing colours!

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