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Monday, 24 September 2007

Wednesday stamper - fish

The Wednesday stamper challenge this week was to use fish to inspire you. Yikes, I don't do fish! I eventually found this little metal fish charm and decided to make it into a masculine card. I stamped the background with Rhona Farrer's big swirls and added some Basic Grey rub ons for balance. I spent most of the day pondering over this one before I was happy with it.

Supplies: DCWV old world stack, Cream and dark green cardstock, Basic grey word brad, Basic Grey rub-on, black organza ribbon from Ribbon Oasis.

My sweet little Piccolo (not her real name!) aged just 7 took her craft supplies out and created these beauties. She didn't ask for any help or ideas, she just got on quietly by herself and later I found them standing up on the sideboard where I put my newest cards once finished! I had to put them on here, I am so proud of her!





10 comments:

Hermine said...

Its very stylish.

Sandy said...

Its so beautiful. Love it.

Paula said...

Beautiful.
I love the use of the DCWV, they are a fab set of papers & really not enough in a pack!!

Andrea said...

Beautiful

Jane's Crafty Creations said...

Wow what talent. Your youngster is going to be a great crafter when she grows up.

Sija said...

Wonderful stylish card.

Nellie said...

Very stylish Love it!

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

Love your card - very stylish!

Rose Ann said...

Your fish card is very nice. Great masculine card.

Those are some great cards your sweet girl made. A budding artist for sure!

stamp and scrape said...

Very masculine, and very stylish. Love it!!
Ros