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Craft Stamper July Challenge Reminder



Hello Friends

Welcome back I am here to remind you about the Craft Stamper Challenge for the month of July. Come and join in the fun and be in with a chance of winning some goodies.  The challenge this month is take a stamp so you can pretty much make anything you want as long as there is stamping involved.

There is a pretty great prize up for grabs it is four stamping plates from Art Journey. Hop on back over to the Craft Stamper Blog for all of the details.

I got out my Paddington Bear Stamp for this card.  How cute is he? I used to watch the cartoon and the animation when I was wee. I also recently saw the Paddington film it was really good. There is something just too cute about a bear in a duffle coat he is hard to resist don't you think?

  This is my first time using this stamp. I bought it in Glasgow when I was home a few month's ago. I got mine from Craft World but I am sure you can find them other places. I tried to look them up online but all I could find was a place that sold them here.

I used my water colour paints  to colour him. Then I made some paint splashes to create the rain in the background. I painted wee puddle at his feet to make him look like he is standing in one. 

So now it is your turn go and create something and join us in this month's challenge.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today.

Mandi xox




Comments

  1. Adorable card! I love Paddington!
    Cheers,
    Shanna :)

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  2. A Beary wonderful card! It's lovely to see Paddington.
    Classic Pooh is my first love, but Paddington is a close second.
    My sister followed the Paddinton Trail in London where various decorated Paddington statues were placed in different areas in London. She shared all the photos with me, they were amazing.

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