Thursday, August 5

Oh My Goth! Another Screen!

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It had been a while since I used my Stampotique stamps so when I was designing my Zutter DT samples last month I decided to dust them off and get them out! In fact there was quite a bit of dusting going on because my Pro Markers got to see the light of day again too ... never before has such an expensive set of pens seen so little use! Oh and my Darkroom Door Rockstar stamp collection had it's first outing ... Note to self ... try and only buy what you are actually going to use regularly!ZZproject1d0810

There were several items that required no introductions ... because I use them all the time ... my trusty Bind-it-all being one ... and if you squint and press your nose right up to the monitor you may just see my little Lord Tim of Holtz Skull and Cross bones all shrunk ... I say Skull and Cross  Bones ... I actually cut off the bones part and just  went with the skull! Well nine of them actually but they have proven a little tricky to photograph! You know Tim ... the man that can converse with the animals while holding welcome talkZZproject1c0810s with beings from another planet with just a jump ring and a teeny tiny piece of rubber ... without an image :0)

I must away ... I did n't get around to any desks yesterday and plan to rectify the situation by visiting them all today ... oh and then stop by and say Hi to all my regular haunts ... it is all go in Blogland :0)

Have a good one whatever you are doing ...

Laters!

21 comments:

mustavcoffee said...

ooooh love this piece, the skulls add that little je'ne sais-quoi! Fabulous:) xxx

Helen said...

Linda, this screen is just amazing!! I love it, and it's perfect for those kooky stampotique guys and gals!! Good luck on your trip round the desks.... feel we may not see you again for some time, lol!

Tracy Evans said...

Your screen is fabulous Linda, I love how you have used the Stampotique stamps and the colour combination is fantastic. Ge a great card for a teenager. Love that lace to, very creative. Have a good day, Tracy Evans x

Lia said...

Love the screen and LOVE Stampotique!!

flutterbycrafter said...

The screen is fabulous and the way you've used the stamps is inspirational. xx

Sid said...

Loving your screen Linda !

Lesley said...

Fabby screen and love the stamps!!!

voodoo vixen said...

Oh how fab is that?!! Lovely lovely lovely Linda... you are such a clever wee thing!

Debi said...

Fab screen!! Love how it turned out!

Ali H said...

Hi Linda
Very mean & moody today !!
Love the purple !!
Ali

Biskit said...

I just love those stamps. I have a small collection of them watching over me when I'm at my desk. Screen is fab too!

Anonymous said...

Oooh lovvvvely. Yes I think teenage girls will think it's soooo cool!
I NEEEED a bind it all.
Tfs your imaginative inspirations.
Jeanette

Kaz said...

Lovely stuff Linda xx

Rica said...

Love, love, love it!!! Love the whacky Stampotique girls and boys and the sculls are fantastic. I'm fascinated by the lacing through your Zutter holes, I've been looking for an answer to a problem and this or something similar could be it.
Ooh I'm all excited now - I'll let you know.
hugs Heather xx

Cath Wilson said...

LOVE this, Linda - beautiful colours and fab design. Those stamps are so cool.

ScrappyDandyDoo said...

Thats so cool!!!!!
J xx

JeanFB said...

What a fabulously fun project! Gotta get myself some of those dark little Stampotique kids!

Carmen said...

This is friggin' well AMAZING Linda! Love it, everything about it! Brilliant.

nessy said...

what fun you have had once the dust settled!! love it!!
vanessa xx

2amscrapper said...

such an amazing piece! love it!

Minxy said...

Oh my Goth, this is just bad ass

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