Sunday, June 24, 2012

Stampotique - use an image twice

The challenge over at Stampotique is to use a stamped image twice.  The usual thoughts of a playing card, mirror image etc had all been done, and you know me like to be a bit different and think outside the box rather than following the crowd...so, I came up with this:-


Using Tim Holtz's new distress inks I inked up a sheet of white cardstock, and then stamped the scroll border by Roe Nicholas twice and cut them out....then I stamped Daniel Torrente's Gill twice, quite close together....I then adhered these to a plain white square card.....

When you turn it over you get this...................

lol!

TFL xx

14 comments:

Hazel said...

I love your response to the challenge (not an easy one) - super card x

Angelnorth said...

This looks fab - such a dramatic difference when you flip it, lol!

Willy said...

Funny and fabulous creation! Thanks for joining us at SDC 56.

Karin said...

wow, lovely!

Linda said...

Hahaha, FUNNY :-))

Kaz said...

This is gorgeous Carol, those colours are fab! Thanks for joining us again at Stampotique. xx

Sandra said...

OMG, I love the way you can turn this card upside down. It's very clever, and funny :)

Sandra said...

OMG, I love the way you can turn this card upside down. It's very clever, and funny :)

Sandra said...

OMG, I love the way you can turn this card upside down. It's very clever, and funny :)

Dawn said...

What a fab card Carol, great sense of humour honey. Those new distress colours really finish it off beautifully (lol, more on my wish list!!).
Hugs x
Dawn

Carole said...

lovely card - which ever way you look at it :)

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Excellent card, pretty colours and works both ways, I love it!! LOL Gay xxx

Gez said...

BRILLIANT! and very clever Carol.. great choice of images, they work so well together.. don't you just love those new inks ♥

Thank you for joining Stampotique Designer's Challenge.

Sue aka Greyhound Lover said...

Brilliant always the right way up LOL, love the colours.

Sue x