I was challenged with two stamps from 2012 from Kreativ Hobby. I made a masculine card for a 70th birthday, for a science teacher. The card is an easel card, and I have mounted a small test tube on the card.
The male is a free stamp that came with an English magazine this month. The gears are die cuts of cork, with Tim Holtz gears dies.
The test tube is filled with tiny silver pearls. The background paper is from Prima. The paper has some "spilling effects" on it, although I have made this effect more visible with distress ink and a TH stencil.
I have made an effect on the blue background paper with different stamps. The text: "Chemists have all the solutions" is a digital stamp I have made myself - you are free to use it.
"Create good memories for yourself and those you love". The text stamp is a stamp from Kreativ Hobby, I masked part of the text.I also got a stamp with hearts, which is one of the stamps used to create the background. The metal clock and "handmade by" hand on the test tube is from KortHobby.
A lot of people ask me if I decorate the back and the inside of cards. Yes I do, but often very simple.
The card is published at StampARTic as a part of their sponsor article.
Free digital stamp in Norwegian "Chemists have all the solutions".
You may use it, but please link back to me.
I am entering these challenges:
- Kaboodle doodles - Ribbon
- Inky Wincy designs - Birthdays
- Daring card makers - Old but not forgotten (Old paper and test tube)
- Totally gorjuss - String
- Picture and scrap - Alt kan feires
- Scrappin all over - Osteklut