Join us for Stampotique's Magical Mystery Tour today. Why a Magical Mystery Tour? Comment on all the blogs and along the way we have 2 mystery prizes to give away.
A few weeks ago, Valerie had us recycling and this week she has us cleaning house again!!! She's challenging us to dig in our stash to see how many scraps we can use up in our projects. Just about anything qualifies as a scrap - as long as you're utilizing a piece or part of something that you generated before but never used up... it counts! So what will it be? Bits of an old master board or freaky background? Leftover pieces of your favorite designer paper? Part of an old piece of grunge board? Fragments of a previously inked image? Or the remnants of some odd embellishment? Let's see just how creative you can be!
As you make your way through the tour make sure you comment on each and every post. There will be 2 prize winners chosen randomly amongst the blogs. For some additional chances to win another prize join us with our "Scraps" Challenge using your Stampotique stamps for your chance at a $30 gift certificate for Stampotique stamps and at being our August Guest Designer, see our blog for additional information.
Our tour will end on June 28th and the winner or the 2 tour prizes will be announced on our blog on June 29th.
You will want to jump on over to lisa somerville to see what kind of scraps she has used on our Magical Mystery Tour.
My card was totally Inspired by Jo Capper-Sandon's article in the current issue of Craft Stamper, where she used the paper that she had been protecting her table with to make cards.
The background paper I used for this card is genuinely such a piece of paper. the only things I've added to it are the butterfly stamp, black dotted line stamp and the word stamp (all Stampotique of course) and a few white dots . The flower and torn strip are both also made from the same piece of scrap paper. I'm actually really pleased how this turned out, especially as if it wasn't for Jo's article, this paper would have ended up in the bin!