Sunday, 13 December 2015

Make your Own Background - Fashionable Stamping Challenge

So here we are for our final FSC challenge of 2015...goodness when this one ends it will be next year. The theme this time is to make our own background as suggested by the lovely Avril. I've created a card using a technique from Craft Stamper Magazine (some time ago).
 The background is created using markers and a stencil and stamping.
I've used the very popular Pampillion stamps from Tim Holtz - using markers on the Butterfly stamps, and added an extra cut out Butterfly layer and some pearls.

As always my fellow FSC teamies have created some beautiful works of art so please head over and check them out. I hope you feel inspired to join our challenge - Don't forget we are a stamping challenge and stamping needs to be the focal point on your project. NO Digi stamps please. Our sponsor is Flonzcraft and the winner chosen at random will receive a voucher for $20 - we also give special mention to our top 3.

Happy Crafting....Esther xx


  1. Love the colours you have chosen Esther and the layering of the butterflies is just gorgeous.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x

  2. A gorgeous card Esther, love the soft colours of the background with the stronger tones of the butterflies.
    Avril xx

  3. Wowww, a wonderful card. The backround ist very beautiful.
    Greetings Carola

  4. I love the background that you've created here Esther and that butterfly stamp is on my Christmas list. I've seen it used so many times and it always looks stunning. I'm looking forward to working with you and such a talented team. Sandra x

  5. A really beautiful and soft background Esther! I looove the colours that you have used too.
    Dot x

  6. Beautiful - so delicate and feminine, and I love the double butterfly.
    Alison xx

  7. What a beautiful and really delicate butterflies. I like the color pallet you used. It looks tender and not unwieldy.


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