Friday, November 13, 2015

Craft Stamper Inspiration

Hello Friends

Welcome back with a wee reminder of the Craft Stamper Challenge. Anything goes this month! So as long as there is stamping on your project you can make whatever you like. You still have plenty of time to make something if you want to join in. We have two prizes up for grabs. Our prize winner who will receive these lovely stencils and masks from our sponsor Magenta.

 Then there is our design winner chosen by the design team. The winner will be published in the magazine and featured on the blog. You can head back to the Craft Stamper Blog for all of the details.

  Also remember Magenta are very kindly offering a $5 flat rate shipping deal to all CS readers on all stencils and cling stamps! Simply use the code: Promo CSUK at checkout. This offer is available from 7th-30th November.

 Now on to my card that I made for today's inspiration. I made a wee snow scene on kraft card. I used this lovely wee moose stamp from Unity called Happy Kiss-Moose Everett. The trees are also from Unity from the Kit of the Month 12/14.  

I started off stamping the trees in black archival ink and then used a white gelly roll pen to colour them. Next I used some white acrylic paint to create the falling snow. When it was dry I stamped my moose and sentiment on top with archival ink. I then stamped the moose again separately and coloured and cut it out. I paper pieced him and used foam dots to to make him pop out a little. I love the way he turned out :)

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today.

Mandi xox


  1. Oh, I love this! Your background is perfect and I love that little moose!
    Have a lovely day!
    Shanna :)

  2. Hi Mandi, this is just adorable, I saw it up on the Unity FB page! I love your background, wow! btw, I used to go by Mandi with an "i" too, kinda wished I still did! Cute :)

  3. Adorable! Love this snowy scene.


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