Saturday, 23 March 2013

A Vintage Card


I felt I had to do something today even though I still don't feel well.  I've had a couple of new sets of T!m's stamps for a week or so now and not had the energy to do anything with them.  So I stamped a few images and coloured them with distress inks and a water brush.

Then I discovered that Over at Out of a Hat Creations this week they have a game going on as it's their first birthday.  Now I have to admit I haven't stuck to the rules entirely as you are supposed to make a spinner and whatever it lands on go with that theme.  


There are six different themes and one of them is vintage, so I am entering my vintage male card into the challenge.  I haven't given it a sentiment yet as I'm not sure what it's going to be used for yet. 


17 comments:

Helen said...

nice work Sam! Hope you feel better soon.

Sue said...

Love this Sam, this image always reminds me of a Wild West gun slinger for some reason lol. Hope you are feeling better soon xx

chrissies said...

Fantastic stamps Sam and you have made them look amazing with the colouring.

It is fine to not make the spinner you can just chose one of the themes on it.

Great to have you join in and I hope you get well soon

Love Chrissie cxxxx

Julia S-W said...

They are wonderful images Sam - so useful! Great card you made with them too and now you've finished it you can put any sentiment on you like - always a good move.
Sorry to hear you are still feeling poorly. There are some nasty bugs being shared around at the moment. Take care of yourself and stay warm.
Juliaxx

Deborah said...

I love the man in the bowler - makes me think of Ripper Street. The distress ink colouring goes perfectly with this sketchy set.

Cath Wilson said...

I do like these stamps, Sam - not often I do but this time, I could be persuaded... Sorry to hear you're not so good, though and hope you soon feel much, much better!

downrightcrafty said...

what a great card, love the clock with him looks great a perfect masculine addition to your collection with these stamps
Hugs Kate xx

Sid said...

These are fab images Sam !!

butterfly said...

Love your subtle tinting of the images, Sam - great card! So sorry you've not been well... I hope you make it back to the land of the living soon!
Alison xx

Minxy said...

Loving this image and the card looks great x

Neet said...

Love how you have coloured that stamp - and I like the stamp very much.
Hugs, Neet xx

Tracey-B said...

I love these stamps and you've coloured them perfectly, it's a great vintage card. Thank you for joining us at Out of a hat creations again this week.

Get well soon! Tracey x

Carol Q said...

love those images Sam - they remind me of Ripper Street - did you see that? great TV series. Hope you feel better soon.

Burnice said...

Oooh I like those stamps, Sam. Hope you feel better soon. Burnice x

Janet said...

Hi Sam I do hope you are feeling alot better,great to see you back
I love your male vintage image.
Thanks for joining our birthday challenge at Out of a Hat
Janet x

Sandra's Spot said...

Hi Sam a virtual twirl is fine (thats what I did) and vintage is my favorite. I just love this card very posh vintage gentlemen great stamp great stamping and colouring. Hope you feel better soon. Thanks for joining in the fun at OOAH. Hugs Sandra X

Alison said...

Fabulous card, love those new images!
Hope you're feeling much better now! xxx

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