This time at Stampotique, we are challenging you to "alter something". To me to alter means to change the purpose of something, but I know that this is not everyone's definition. so I took a cheap frame, stamped some splatter blob and french text from Jo Capper-Sandon's range at stampotique.
I added some of the flowers which I showed how to make in yesterday's tutorial, and in the frame I put some squared writing paper. and now it's a cute little dry-wipe memo board.
You could of course use lined or plain paper, but I have a bit of a thing for squared paper.
I am happily married with two wonderful sons. I work full-time as a radiographer. I like to make stuff. Cardmaking, knitting, crochet. I'll try anything crafty.I also have an unhealthy love of maths: I did a degree for fun.
I post on my blog in the hope that I will inspire others to create. I am more than happy for you to be inspired by anything I post, and make it your own. Likewise, I get inspiration from all sorts of sources including the blogs of other crafters, although I would never knowingly directly copy another's work I visit so many blogs I pick up inspiration all over the place. Please know that if you are in my blog lists then you inspire me.
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