Goooodly Morning Stampers and a very happy sunny Sunday to you all! Thanks ever so muchly for your fabby entries to last weeks challenge. This week I am mixing it up a bit and I have set a bit of a different theme... which is... USE MATERIAL. To join in with the Sunday Stamper is simple: make a little something, it can be anything you fancy. Add in the theme AND some stamping and then pop back here with a link to the place you are showing your entry. If you haven't got a blog, you can also join in via Facebook (simply tag my name) or send me an email with a piccie attached. The theme will remain open until 21:00 Saturday 27th July 2013.
My entry this week is something I made a while back which has been a class sample for my Hels' On Tour Middlesbrough workshops - which I taught yesterday. So, with that in mind, I won't be going into mahooosive detail how I put together this piece of wall art... but I can tell you what I used to make the creation! Oh and if you are wondering where the material is... it is the Burlap that these panels are made of (ok, so that is a bit tenuous but... I likes it :O))
Starting with three Burlap Panels... did I ever tell you that I lurves these muchly... anyways, we also used the most delish Distress Paints, Distress Inks and a ton of Stampers Anonymous stamps and Idea-ology goodies....
Yesterday was a fabby day indeedily, our class was great and one thing that makes my heart very happy is seeing all the different creations that are produced, all based on the little idea I had all those months ago in the Room of Stash! And ...which is more... I get to do it all again today with a different cool project! As you can guess, I am scheduling this last night, which means that I am talking ahead of time, which is always a concern knowing how, erm.... challenged I am with time differences and all of that! So, I won't even try to attempt to understand that it is actually tomorrow now and not yesterday, which it actually is now... but as you are reading it now, it is actually tomorrow...see what I mean?
Anyways, I shall away... I am sitting here at Sue's house (where I am staying) with Sue, Katy and Lou and to be honest, I have just heard the most pant-wettingly hilarious story from Lou about a weekend in Whitby, a Goth in a hearse and an anorak.... and I now have a make-up issue, in fact, I would go as far as telling you that I actually look like Alice Cooper... a very nice image to leave you with there.... Thanks for looking, have a great day! TTFN