Monday, 21 January 2013

AJ Anything Goes


Over at Art Journey this month they have a free theme.  The only stipulation is to be in with a chance of winning the 10 Euro Gift Cert is to use AJ stamps.

This is another piece of my gelli plate background, never ending isn't it!! I stamped the images from the Grunge AJ plate and used black and white Posca pens to doodle. 

13 comments:

Sija said...

Wonderful card! Thanks for joining us at the AJC# 29.

Paula Whittaker said...

one of my fave AJ stamps....love the background.

Marianne said...

Great card. Lovely color. I like bright colours :-) fab background and stamps.
Love,
Marianne

Alison said...

Gorgeous card Sam!!! Great background! xxx

chrissies said...

The black shows up so well against your beautiful background. They really are never ending but so worth using.

Love Chrissie xx

Sid said...

A great stamp used to good effect in this Sam !

Ellen said...

Great card with a great background. Thanks for joining the AJ challenge this month.

Ellen said...

Scrolling down on your blog I noticed that my tin was inspration for you to alter a tin as well! It turned out nice, I like it!
Ellen.

hazel said...

Fabulous card Sam - gorgeous colour.
xxx Hazel.

Godelieve said...

Wow, love your gorgeous background! Perfect for the ArtJourney image!

Anneke said...

Great background, wow! Love the colors and the stamping. Thank you for taking part in our challenge!

Dianne said...

I just love the bright colour in the background, and also how you did it.. Thank you for participating in the Challenge..

gr. Dianne

Louise said...

Just adore this card!!! Great work.

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