Friday, 1 July 2011

Sir Stampalot July Challenge

Time for a new challenge at Sir Stampalot. We've made it nice and easy for you this month, as the theme is

*ANYTHING GOES*

So you can make whatever you like! The design team decided that we would showcase the new summer Molly Blooms stamps, which are available right now, right here at Sir Stampalot. We were each given a Molly stamp to use however we wished. Mine is George on his hols.


Here he is on an easel card, taking a break from a hard day's surfing! The beach scene behind him was made with Hobby Art Scene-it stamps, also available from Sir Stampalot here. I coloured the beach scene with watercolour pencils, and the other elements with Promarkers. There is a little surfboard in the Hobby Art set, but it was too small for George, so I drew him one instead. The sentiment is by Hero Arts, stamped on to Nestie circles.

The wall (stamped three times to get the right length) came from Toomuchfun Rubber Stamps, bought when I was in the USA about 16 years ago, and would you believe, this is the first time I've used it! I visited the Toomuchfun shop, which was huge, and it was like being a child in a sweetie shop - I wanted everything! Back then there was all sorts of stuff you just couldn't get here, and of course it was before the days of easy internet shopping. I had taken an empty case with me (not a huge one, honest!) especially for the purpose and brought it back full of new stash! Somehow the wall must have got overlooked at the back of a drawer and I came across it again during my recent clearing out. Anyway, just the thing for George to sit on, I thought!

Of course, you want to know what the prize is for this month's challenge! Well, it's fabulous! Loads of the new Molly Blooms stamps, and much more besides to keep you busy with your summer crafting. Take a look at this lot:


With the theme of "Anything Goes" it shouldn't be too difficult to come up with a winner, so get those entries in! Just remember - to be eligible for the Stampalot Challenge, your entry may only be combined with 5 other challenges, ie. 6 challenges in total.

14 comments:

Clare *Littlebear* said...

Hi Lynne,
Your cards is brilliant! I love the great scene you have made. George looks like he's having a fun time!
Hugs, Clare x

Lisa Jane said...

oh this is fantastic Lynn.. i love little scenes and this is wonderful.. i love how you made that little wall
Lisa x

chris said...

Hi Lynne, not your usual style, but,
I LOVE IT.love how you have made it into a little scene and the colouring is fab. great background stamps too I think I could do with those, thanks for the links.
hope you are keeping well hugs Chris xx
PS love the cloud pics, very unusual

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Hi Lynne - you have created a fabulous summer scene and George looks very happy sat on the wall by the sea!

Have a happy weekend - Sylvia x

Netty said...

The stamps work perfectly together and I adore your childrens card. Have a great weekend, Annette x

brenda said...

Do I rememebr you mentioning comfort zones Lynne ? Does ot look like that from here in fact your scene is just perfect and George looks set for a good fun day.

Have a good weekend.

B x

Tracy said...

Hi lynne
Your scene is great and looks fabulous with George. Gorgeous creation.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Sally H said...

Fabulous scene, Lynne! You are right - that wall is perfect for George to sit on. I could see him with his back against it and a cow peeping over the top too!

lisa said...

George looks very happy sitting on his long lost wall, Lynne. What a lovely, fun card.
Hope you are not working too hard in this lovely weather!!
Hugs Lisax

pinky said...

Love the sweet little scene you have created Lynne, gorgeous card.

Teresa said...

What a gorgeous card so summery and a very cute image.
Teresa xx

Stella said...

This is what we call a perfect summer card. You really nailed that theme :)
I hardly make easel cards but you defintely inspired me to give it a try. Perfect stamping; that wall stamp is soooo cute. Gorgeous card!

Linda said...

Wow Lynne it must have took you ages to make this card but it was worth it I love the vibrancy of it love Linda xxx

Anesha said...

Wonderful card, love the scene you created!!

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