Thursday, 12 September 2019

Stop The Bus

Hello.  Welcome.  Do you ever see a challenge post and Mr Mojo goes 'those colours, that die, that stamp and we got it chickie!'  This happened this morning with the new Time Out challenge after I spotted the picture of the poodle with a bow on the shelf at the back!!


What no poodle!!  Nope, just black and white repeating patterns and a girl with a big polka dot bow.  I've used Poppystamps Pickering Snowflake Background die with white card and mounted on a black card base,  I stamped Carabelle Studios Kiss (thanks Dot) on white card and partially fussy cut.  I added it to the panel and stamped a small curved Gratulerer (congratulations) from Kort og Godt, and doesn't it just fit perfectly there!! 

 
Here's a close up of the Timeout moodboard that inspired me.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Time Out Challenge 144 - Home Sweet Home
Poppystamps Challenge 60 - Anything Goes
The Artistic Stamper Creative Team Challenge - Black and White
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Stamp It




5 comments:

  1. I am such a big fan of black and white cards so I totally love this! That background die cut is stunning... and now heading my wishlist, Jo x

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  2. Wow... what a dynamic card! How creative that you used a snowflake for the background! Thanks for playing with us at Time Out!
    - Shauna

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  3. Bold and striking, Gail ... such a cool background for your polka dot bowed image ... and such a fun take on our inspiration! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)

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