Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Have you heard?!!



Over on Stampotique Designers Challenge Kaz is hosting with the theme of (Not So) Sweet Sixteen. I made a little journal note book from two coasters and a couple of sheets of A4 white heavyweight paper (folded and torn into pieces) strung together with pieces of ribbon.

All the stamps I used are by Stampotique. Anything on the book cover not listed below as a stamp is a rub-on (ie the small numbers and 'Happy' word)...-
Splatter long-#3014
Small Butterfly #3018
Crown- #3017
Daisy Daisy #3002
Karin- #6108



AND!!!!!!!!! Hot news!!!!!!! Have you heard that Carol of Stampotique Originals is offering $30 gift certificate to spend(ie $25 to spend on rubber and $5 shipping or $30 rubber and pay shipping yourself- up to you how you want to do it) to a lucky winner randomly drawn in two weeks time. To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is share with us your idea of a Stampotique (Not So)Sweet Sixteen by adding your blog link to the Stampotique Designers Challenge SDC#14.
SO DON'T MISS OUT ON SUCH A FABULOUS PRIZE!!!

Also, don't forget that IT'S ONLY A WEEKuntil the new releases from Stampotique are available.They can be viewed/available on a pre order direct from STAMPOTIQUE ORIGINALS or here in the UK from HAPPY DAZE. .

32 comments:

Helen said...

Love the book, fab cover. And as for the new stamps... haven't the last lot yet, help!!!

Paula said...

love the look you create with these stamps.Hope life has improved x

Sid said...

Love the book Jo !!

Chris said...

Woohoo this is fab, Jo. Love how you've stamped the daisies upside down.

Carol Q said...

fab Jo. grungy but soft and delicate at the same time. very clever. great mix of added bellies too.

Ellie said...

Love this feminine grunge style.

Willy said...

An amazing note book, Jo. Love it!

Sija said...

Wow Jo, fabulous note book. Love all of it!!

Sue said...

Fabulous book, all the elements work together perfectly.........as usual!!

Kaz said...

This is fab Jo, I love every bit of it xx

Valerie H. Wilson said...

Jo, this is awesome! I love little books and this is a show stopper! I love the background you've created and the composition of the images is just perfect! Truly whimsical!
Warm hugs,
Val :)

Valerie H. Wilson said...

Jo, this is awesome! I love little books and this is a show stopper! I love the background you've created and the composition of the images is just perfect! Truly whimsical!
Warm hugs,
Val :)

Dotty Jo said...

Ever so slightly FABULOUS! Jo x

Martina2801 said...

*clap! clap! clap!*

This is SUPERB!

joanne wardle said...

This is such an inspirational piece. I love it. makes me want to go play! I love how you look at things differently, such as using the daisy stamp upside down! love it.

Basement Stamper said...

Fabulous notebook-love the background and the flower upside down-GREAT job on this challenge!

Moira said...

Nice one, great mix of stamps

Audrey said...

Really funky, perfect for the (Not So) Sweet Sixteen theme ;-)

Sandy said...

Ho this is amazing.
So wonderful creation. Love your stamps.

Netty said...

Another brilliant unique creation. Annette x

Lottie said...

Nobody does it better - such a wonderful little book - I do believe that I could actually make one - not with all your fabulous trimmings and the stampotique lady - I don't have her - but I do have some of your designs and using your daisy stamp upsidedown - is a masterstroke!

Thinking of you.

Summerthyme Studio said...

Jo, this is so fun! If I ever get to England, I'm going to be needing a lesson on your collagey style. I just love everything that you do

Vicki

Kim said...

Jo, this is just so beautiful and soft, thoughtful and well, amazing!! Love your little journal!!
:)
Kim P.

Shannon said...

I love your entry for the "Not so sweet 16" challenge. No surprise it's awesome. I think I need to buy that crown. I've missed the last couple challenges but hopefully I'll get mine in this time. I actually made a card for the last two, they were just too late to be accepted. I used your mushrooms on the "wings" challenge card I made. Love those mushrooms! Take care.

Cynnie said...

What a great looking book you created here....love it!
Cynthia Schelzig

Moniqui said...

That is one awesome book Jo! Love the background!

Glenda T. said...

Jo I could look at your work for hours, you are the stamping Queen!! (sing that to the tune of "Dancing Queen" by Abba!) haha I loved those stitching stamps a few blog posts below too!!

johanna said...

fantastic booklet! love the peek to the inside!

stampdiva said...

You cannot help but smile at her face :) Lynne M (thanks for popping by my Blog today, much appreciated)

Ellis said...

Great bookcover, never made anything from coasters before, looks amazibg! =)

Hugs, Elenor

flutterbycrafter said...

Wow, this is fantastic, I love the stamps you've used and the book is awesome.

Amy said...

sooo fantastic..I enjoy seeing those wacky faces!! ha ha ha..they always put a smaile on my face..