Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Wednesday Challenges

Three of my favourite challenges are all on a wednesday, and I couldn't decide which one to go for so I decided to do all three, but for once I haven't combined them I've done a piece for each one.

First of all: Stampotique, where the challenge is "vintage" I hope that this is "vintagey" enough.
All the stamps are stampotique and available from Happy Daze. I have used Jo's Abstract foliage, long splatter and old english Hallowe'en, alongside smile

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Secondly: Wednesday Stamper. Theme: steampunk. Stamps: Scrolls Work . Available from Scrolls Work and Happy Daze.


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Third: One Layer Wednesday: Theme: Nature. Stamps: The frantic stamper's own range (solid square and sunflower).

32 comments:

  1. You are so tallanted!! I love then all!!
    Jacque

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  2. Oh wow so many beautiful cards.
    The Stampotique is really cool. I love it.

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  3. You were busy today weren´t you!
    Wonderful cards!

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  4. Fab cards, love the Stampotique one of course. Thanks for joining us a SDC x

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  5. Hi Joanne, great cards each and everyone of them, love the Stampotique one particularly, I have a soft spot for this little chap!
    Good luck with the challenges :0) xx

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  6. ...And I have a soft spot for that Abstract Foliage stamp on the Stampotique card :0))) Fabulous collection of challenge entries.

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  7. Fabulous cards, Joanne. I especially love the Stampotique one. I really must try and join this challenge.

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  8. I really like the sunflower card. It is beautiful and so simple.

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  9. Great cards!! Love the steampunk card. Great stamps!!

    Hugs and smiles,
    Linda

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  10. All different and all great! Love the spotlight effect of the yelow square on the sunflower one.

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  11. All three so different Joanne and so brilliantly done. Love them all. x

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  12. Gorgeous creations, Thingamajig is a perfect sentiment for me...love that one! Thanks for playing with us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week!

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  13. Hi Joanne! Thanks so much for sharing all three cards! They are all beautiful...but I really love the last one!

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  14. Wonderful creations,
    love your steampunk!

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  15. Wonderful challenge pieces Joanne, all so individual and I love the stamps used for the Steampunk challenge will have to take a look at these. Have a good day, Tracy Evans x

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  16. Wow, these are really cool. wonderful steampunk creations

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  17. Wonderful cards, Joanne. I especially love the vintage one. Thanks for joining us at SDC # 16.

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  18. Each one is so unique and fabulous! Beautiful work!

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  19. Wow Joanne, your OLW card would have to be one of the best 'spolighting' cards I've seen! Fabulous.

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  20. The Halloween card is so cute. Love it!

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  21. Love them all.
    Surely anything brown counts as vintage? Works for me :-)
    Gini
    xx

    P.S. I forgot to say last time thank you for the glue advice!

    And word verification is
    "rankyou"

    Serendipity at work or what.
    What's the statistical chance of getting that one come up eh? Do you think the answer would make a nice card...

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  22. Wow, you've been busy. I especially love the sunflower card. What a great idea to use the solid stamp behind the outline stamp!

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  23. Great vintage Stampotique card! I really like your thingamajig card too;))
    Thanks for joining SDC!

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  24. These are all brilliant Joanne. I've just discovered Scrollswork stamps, and I won't be happy till I have them all lol x

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  25. I'm drewling over here! Three challenges in one day! Wow! You go girl! They are all superb! Thanks so much for playing along with the SDC again this week!
    Cheers,
    Val :)

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  26. Now this could work with twinkling H2O's - don't you think?

    Kathyk

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word verification is off! thanks for all your lovely comments, they mean so much to me!