Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Yet another go at a CHF Rummage bin stamp

Joanne is a member of the design team on the Cornish Heritage Farm site who are running a summer challenge - you can read all about it on her blog.

I am trying to create something to enter - just for fun as if you pop over there and take a look at their gallery - the standard of work is amazing.

I digress!
Joanne has made a card for this weeks challenge as an incentive for 'us' to have a go.

So - using her idea of shape of the card - I have had a go this afternoon making this one. If only I had a webcam in my studio shed - you would be in hysterics of laughter watching me fill up my bin with rejects.

This is my last attempt - as I have run out of days now to make anything else - my next task is find out how to upload stuff to a gallery LOL

Stamp by Cornish Heritage Stamps
Sweet little one - in the Rummage Bin

All pastel chalks applied with a cotton bud onto textured water colour paper

Shape cut out with Labels One Nestabilities


Anonymous said...

love the shape.....and youve done a better job colouring her than I did!!Nice work missus x

sam21ski said...

Brilliant Lottie - well done

Sally H said...

I think it's gorgeous! And the little boy too. Good luck, Lottie.

Laura O'Donnell said...

this is beautiful!

Angelnorth said...

Well done! Now you've done it once you'll be looking for other shapes you can apply the same principle to in no time. The little girl looks adorable on this smaller size and I really like the effect of the pastels on the watercolour paper - must try that!

lisa said...

Just lovely Lottie.


Momiji said...

love these stamps of children and these shaped cards are great..