Wednesday, October 29

The Wednesday Stamper!

manekin This week the Wednesday Stamper challenge has an open theme.

I have been meaning to try out this Artistic Stamper paper doll stamp for ages and this seemed like the perfect opportunity.

She was good fun to make and whilst positioning her all sorts of captions went through my mind!

I have settled on "But darling it only cost a fiver and I did n't buy anything else!"

I made the background with the Crafty Individuals Harlequin pattern and Fired Brick distress ink.

The paper doll's face is Brandy from Hampton Arts.

20 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

Oh what a great idea.
Looks great.
I love it.

* Shaz * said...

Oh wow Linda it's brilliant certainly somethng different xx

KardKrazy said...

Very creative!

herminesplace said...

Looks gorgeous!!

Cass said...

Ahhhh that's so cool.Wish I had a figure like that...lol.Gorgeous rich colours.
Cass xxx

Astrid Maclean said...

Super idea and very original, love it!

Willy said...

Fabulous and funny paper doll!

Debi said...

What a cool idea!! Definitely something I am not as brave to try. You did an awesome job on it!!! Awesome!!!

Shelly Hickox said...

This is great! Makes me want to try one.

Jennie said...

Dolls are such fun , love what you have done with her xx

Ann said...

oh that is so much fun and has also reminded me that I bought that stamp after a workshop and haven't got round to using it yet - whoops!!!

Ann xxx

Virginia said...

WOW!! Love it ...how original...Fantastic..

Liesbeth said...

Fabulous ! Great work !

nessy said...

what fun linda ~ fabby!! she is great and so unusual
vanessa xx

Faye said...

Adorable piece, Linda.

Andrea said...

she is just fantastic and a great caption x

Ed said...

She looks good Linda, love the colour.

J and Z said...

what fun! she's very snappy!

Kari said...

Stunning! Love it!

Viola said...

Fabulous!!

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