Saturday, 21 May 2011

Stampman - Bingo Recipe


The Stamp Man have a recipe with a difference challenge this week. You have to select three items that complete a row.  It can be up, down or diagonally.

       Blue                 Embossing powder          Stitches (real or faux)

       Torn/ripped       Ribbon                          Red

       Die cut             Homemade background   Sparkle and bling
                                      (no patterned paper) 

I chose the diagonal, bottom left to top right.  Die cut, ribbon and real stitches.

I rigidly stuck to three colours as I wanted to enter this piece into the craft rooms freestyle tri-colour challenge competition, but little did I realise, the three colours are set and they are not the ones I used!!!!!  Teach me to read the FULL post in future!!!!

14 comments:

ju said...

Well Sam...wrong colours or not, this is a gorgeous piece!

Zoechaos said...

Gorgeous piece has a watery dreamy quality to it love it.

Sid was quite helpful and included a picture of the three colours in his post, guess it was all those words that hid it! XOXO Zoe

Sid said...

Fab piece !!

Angelnorth said...

Fab tag, love those loose threads down the side!

Alison said...

Brilliant piece Sam! I love the embossed bg! xx

Cath Wilson said...

Gorgeous colours, Sam and beautifullly done. I really like this :-)

Carol Q said...

fab Sam. lovely ethereal quality to it.

downrightcrafty said...

wow love the detailing on this and the sentiment is ace, and a gorgeous colour choice
Hugs Kate xx

Chris said...

Oooohh love the colours and the embossed background. Great piece, Sam.

Chris x

hazel said...

I love this, the colours are fabulous.
xxx Hazel.

Dragon said...

Hi Sam, this is fab... never mind it's not the "right" colours, I think it's delicious
Frankie
xx

Neet said...

Oh wow - I love this. I just adore the muted colours you have used.

JoZart said...

Beautiful piece and it's amazing how you've made heavy cogs and machine parts look as light as cobwebs.
Jo x

PsyPenguin said...

Really beautiful piece! Dreamy colours, I love it. xx

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