Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Black and White


This weeks Crafty Amigos is Black and White...

I used two of the fabulous stamps from Stampotique to create a simple card by first stamping and embossing onto black, then plain stamping onto white to create the people peeping through into a dark space..



21 comments:

Dawn said...

Wow amazing stamps - so different are they aliens!!!
This is great

Creative Chaos said...

Aaaww This is so cute !!! Fantastic !!!
Patti xx

Sarah aka Flo said...

I love that three in a round stamp - one of my favourites

it looks great with part of it reversed like that. you clever thing you.

truutske said...

Whow...what a very beautiful Aliens. Love it.

herminesplace said...

Love it!!!! looks great.

alcoholinky said...

they are such funny stamps Jo, so quirky. love this.

Hazel said...

Clever way to use the image, I love Stampotique! I like the way you have attached the card to the acetate, makes a change from brads.

Faye said...

This is an adorable card. Love the way you used the Stampotique stamp.

joanne wardle said...

so coooool! so quirky! I love it

Liesbeth said...

Wow, GREAT !!:-D

Kersten said...

Well, that's a fun image! :)

Paula said...

What a fab visual impact this piece gives - love those stamps but never been brave enough to buy them.....feel slightly tempted now Ive seen this!

sija said...

Fab card! Great stamps.

Audrey said...

Freaky Funky Image - and I mean that in the best possible way. Its very cool and very fun.

Debbie said...

That is really different - love it

Kim Piggott said...

Gracious! Fantastic card. So clever the way you have stamped this to achieve that depth. Very, very cool!

kim x

Greensleeves said...

Very different and unusual, but very clever too.

Rosie said...

Wow!! These are really funky images Jo! They remind me of the Baron Samedi stuff you see at Mardi Gras! Day of the Dead, etc.! Congrats on 3rd Coast - I love those pieces you made! Hope your building work is all done and everything went well.

Lyn said...

Just found your blog Jo ! Loads of inspiration to browse through :)
Lyn

Nancy Maxwell James said...

very cool! it remind me of the movie Nightmare Before Christmas (the characters)!

Petra in London said...

Stampotique do some fabby stamps, don't they? I love how you have used them here.