Friday, March 06, 2009

Dream, Hope and Wish

This weeks TGiF theme is 'Make a Wish'.



Here are some quick make samples I created using both Stampotique Originals stamps and the new range of papers from Jillibean Soup, all available in the UK from The Stamp Attic.

One of the cards in the set is a bird carrying a heart entitled 'Wish' and so fits the theme- how lucky is that! :0)







36 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

OMG Jo I´ve missed my words.
This is truly amazing. Love this idea and work. Brilliant.

Thanks for this awesome entry to TGiF.

Flippinpest said...

These projects are delightful and so well thought out

Kim Piggott said...

Jo your work is just stunning!
I so love your images and your paper and detail are just so wonderful!
Your designs are mind blowing!
Could keep looking and looking!
hugs
kim x

Paula said...

love the mix of papers and stamps - really like the simple,clean modern lines of these pieces.

joanne wardle said...

how do you make simple makes look so stylish? I love them. and the little house is just gorgeous

Femmy said...

great piece!! love the stamps!

daisy said...

Fabulous ...

claudilue said...

Fantastic!!!

Suse said...

simply fab cards and I adore the little house - love Stampotique stamps!

Greensleeves said...

Great papers, work perfectly with these stamps. Colour scheme is superb.

Sue said...

Great use of the Jillibean soup papers, aren't they yummy? You did great........as always!!!

Mandy C said...

gorgeous work JO.

Rein said...

Stunning projects!

kathj said...

betifil work, i love the paper.

Hazel said...

Brilliant cards! I like the way you have added the words- it is, as usual, those little details that make your work stand out. And I really love the little house- it's gorgeous!

Angelnorth said...

Love the muted colours with the bold images, Jo! If only I'd waited a day too: my blog post yesterday was entitled "make a wish" - lol!

deb said...

Love all of these Jo but the house is beautiful, fantastic stuff.

vintage wil said...

Oh great artwork!!

http://truutske.punt.nl said...

Whow...beautiful creation and stamps. Love what you have done with it.

Connie said...

Absolutely stunning work!!!!

craftytrog said...

Fab artwork, love those neutral shades!

Buffy said...

Such beautiful work! So much to look at. Beautiful details.

alcoholinky said...

I was so busy making sarcastic comments about quickmakes Jo I forgot to comment LOL. These are fab. I love the choice of colour too - very different to what I've been working with recently. The house is great - that splash of lime green with the brown is very unusual (for me anyway!) and I think it works really well.

penibear said...

Great colours Jo, and I love the simplicity of them.

lottie said...

Absolutely love the stamps - aren't they fabulous. The bird and heart is so cute.

I just love how you have torn the paper and cut out the flower - with that gorgeous little funky fairy sitting on it.

And the little girl with the pet spider - looks great.

How in earth did you make that house - was it a kit?

That looks such fun - I bet it took you ages.

Love the coffee/script pages combination - you always have such an original twist.

hastingshall2 said...

This is so very creative, Jo. Great work of art.

Simone said...

Very nice! The images and the colours are beautiful combinations.
I like the house very much.

bastelkueken said...

I`m spechless - great and wonderful - fantastic

Shar said...

Amazing art! I love all your projects. They are just scrumptious!

Barbara Hagerty said...

These are all fabulous! I love the Jill Penny stamp!

AngelaC said...

Fabulous! I love the colours and the stamps... your work is always so imaginative and stunning. I want to be you! LOL

missy k said...

These are stunning....

Vickie said...

So cute! The cards and the house are really creative.

Summerthyme Studio said...

All I can say is WOW!!!!!

Gillian said...

Cool ... I like how you have used these papers. These cards look so stylish but not fussy. love the birdhouse:)

Gillian said...

Cool ... I like how you have used these papers. These cards look so stylish but not fussy. love the birdhouse:)