Saturday, April 10, 2010

Moon Girl in...Wonderland.


I've had a bit of a rollercoaster few weeks recently, but when a design team friend of mine, Kim Howard, told me she was appearing as this weeks guest artist over on the 'Oh, Alice!' Challenge blog I couldnt resist taking take part. The site takes an extract from the book each week and then elements from that create the theme. What an ingenious idea for a challenge site! Love it!
This week it's 'Flowers' based on the chapter where Alice met the Tiger-Lily.

Theres also an extra reason you should think about entering. The sponsor is no other than Stampotique Originals who have donated a $15 rubber stamp gift certificate.
Here I used papers and die cuts from the new Basic Grey range 'Koishi' and an all time favourite stamp, Moon Girl, from Stampotique.




A few of the Stampotique team have joined in with this challenge this week and ideas using stamps from Stampotiques range combined with Oh Alice can be seen on the Stampotique Designers Blog.

Stampotique stamps are also available here in the UK from Happy Daze.

27 comments:

Kim Piggott said...

Oh Jo this is amazing!
Such an awesome creation I love it!
hugs
kim x

Paula said...

so soft and summery....love the use of the papers with that fab little stamp.

Sid said...

Lovely card design Jo !

jan said...

Lovely Jo, great idea for a challenge and who doesn't love Alice?

Dotty Jo said...

Totally fabulous - love how you put this together Jo, it's wonderful! Jo x

Jolanda said...

Love it,love the paper,Love the design!

Gillian said...

A lovely soft and summery card, those papers are perfect along with your little Moon Girl, love how you have incorporated the chapter from the book into this card too. Hope you are all well. x

vvb32 reads said...

nice, i like the cutout effect.

Basement Stamper said...

I love what you did with this card, it's darling!! Thanks so much for joining in the challenge!

lisa said...

Hi Jo

I've just been having a catch up with your stunning creations. There are some amazing cards as always.
I love this one, those flowers are lovely and your moon girl fits perfectly.
Hope you had a good Easter.

Lisax

Paula said...

She is so sweet & I love how you used the paper. I have just been given a pad & so far only used one sheet!

Moira said...

Lovely use of the gorgous stamp

Lottie said...

I am so missed being able to visit you blog and seeing all your lovely work.

I am typing this very carefully -(private joke folks).

A really missed you not being in the Craft Stamper this month, but there are lots of inspirational workd of art to kick start my crafty side again.

xxx

Carol Q said...

you always do wonderful things with this stamp Jo and this is no exception. your creative imagination has come up with yet another fab idea with the design of this! xx

Tinkertaylor said...

Gorgeous she's so cute no wonder she's a favourite

Tinker and JingeBear's Mom said...

Fantastic! I love the cutaway card and the shimmer on the wings. Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with us over at Oh Alice!
~ky

Shar said...

Fantastic fairy! Lovely card, Jo!

JeanFB said...

Gorgeous, Jo, and the whole card has such an ethereal effect. Beautifully done!

Odetta's Scrap-walk-in-closet said...

This is gorgeous, I love your work!

judith@poppy cottage said...

This is a gorgeous card, I love the little stamp, and the composition of your card.The circles and the chapter behind is fab. The colour scheme is lovely, Judith x

Erin said...

So cool, love the fairy. Thanks for playing along this week at Oh Alice.

Amy said...

all I can say is WOW!!!! You amaze me...I love your art always

Chris Arlington said...

These are lovely Jo, good luck on your entry. Hugs, Chris




One day at a time.

Carol said...

Will my comment even be read? There are SO MANY listed here!!! You are FAMOUS, Jo!! This card brought one word to my mind; SPRING. It is so sweet and the flowers so pretty. Moon Girl is a happy fairy.

Carmen said...

So beautiful Jo, I love this one. And thanks for the heads up about such a cool challenge blog :)

Jen Shults said...

Gorgeous card! I love how you cut out some of the flowers from the dp to make them pop! Very cool!

forever said...

just scrolling down your blog and realised I missed this one and I don't know how! I love it, love the way you have sat her across the aperture