Tuesday, 5 July 2016

English BBQ

Hello.  Welcome.  Spotted this guy in the stash yesterday.  Yesterday's griller looked competent and in control.  This one reminds me of an English barbeque where it takes ages to get it going, everything ends up burnt, and then it rains.  Or maybe it rains first, and everything still ends up burnt.  It's not really an English sport......

I used Gail's tutorial to make my ATC base and embossed with Sizzix Rivet Plate embossing folder.  Love that the texture has transfered to the foil as well.  One space was perfect to stamp and emboss the happy birthday from MFP Tiger set.  My chef and BBQ are from Panduro's Men set coloured with promarkers and distress inks.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP Stamps Outdoors Blog Hop
MFP Stamps Challenge 27 - CAS and Picnic
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity Challenge 26 - ATC
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Repeat Impressions WIW June Anything Goes Challenge


  1. Fabulous ATC Gail, love the image and the metallic embossed background, very cool :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Lols x x x

  2. Adorable!! Thanks for joining us at MFPSC!

  3. Love the background! Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  4. Super background TFS MFP Lis DT

  5. Oh, this makes me laugh!! That rivet plate embossing paste works so well with this poor little chef. His expression says it all. Love how you coloured him too!

  6. LOL love the story and the ATC. Thanks for joining our challenge at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity :)

  7. Ha, so fun!! I totally know what kind of barbecue you are talking about! That background is fabulous. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

  8. Love that background it is a must have...awesome job! Thanks for playing with us at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity Challenge this month, Nan.

  9. Love that embossed metallic background and the image is so fun. Thank you for joining Lost Coast Portal to Creativity ATC challenge.


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