Thursday, 29 November 2012

Return of the Mousetrap


Over at Out of a Hat Creations, they are running another mousetrap challenge with a free theme.  I covered the board with tissue wrap, and stamped my favourite image onto a piece of white card and then mounted it onto a piece of kraft card.  The mini tag is from the same stamp and coloured with frayed burlap distress ink.  I added a couple of brads and a piece of ribbon.

10 comments:

GrĂ¡inne said...

That's absolutely great, I like it very much. You used very beauatiful stamps. That's one thing I wanted to do for ages but didn't get around to doing it ... perhaps that could be a resolution and a plan for next year :-)
I like it very much how you're experimenting a lot recently, it's very exciting to follow.
Best, Suzanne

Alison said...

Fantastic piece Sam! What make is that stamp, I love it! xx

Marianne said...

Lovely colours and stamps. Nice ribbon to complete it! Love, Marianne

chrissies said...

Third time lucky--I keep trying to comment on your blog Sam and the posts

go into cyber land.

This is a terrific mousetrap and so pleased that you managed to use all of

it-I know that is difficult to do as I did try once and failed.

Love the stamping.

Great to have you with us at the Hatters for this challenge

Best wishes Chrissie xx

Sandra's Spot said...

Hi Sam, Terrifc altered MT love how you used tissue and great stamping. Thanks for joining us at OOAH. Hugs Sandra XXX

Buttons said...

Now that's taking mousetraps in a different direction! Love this one Sam. Hugs, Buttons x

Janet said...

Ohhhhh !!! Sam
I luv your mouse trap.
Thanks for joining us at Out of a Hat
Janet x

hazel said...

I love the images on your fabulous altered mousetrap.
xxx Hazel.

Strangely Creative said...

Thats lovely - I really like your choice of stamps! Cxx

Neet said...

Love how you have done this MT Sam. Excellent stamping.
Hugs, Neet xx

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