Sunday, October 31, 2010

World domination!

I'm still trying hard to make Christmas presents- still concentrating on notebooks at the moment! I'm trying out some ideas for more boy friendly ones. This one was inspired by the Compendium of Curiosities extreme masking challenge over at Linda's L3 Studio blog.

Turned out alright, didn't it? I'm sooooo chuffed with the end result. I used lots of Distress Inks, Tim masks and stamps and got right inky fingered.

I'm entering it in the following challenges:

Crafts and Me- Christmas Present
Drunken Stampers- No Copics
Studio L3- Extreme masking
SCD- Claret and blue


  1. Fantastic notebook, yes, you should feel chuffed with it.

  2. Wow! Love it! Great work - isn't it lovely getting inky fingered!
    Sue xx

  3. Love it! Those colors and masking are absolutely rockin' on this! Thanks for joining the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!

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  5. Hello Lisa,
    I love your creation a brilliant present,
    Thank you for joining crafts and me this week.
    Teresa x

  6. Great creation hun. Thanks for joining at at Crafts and Me for our Christmas gift challenge. luv gina xx

  7. Congrats on the CofC win....thanks for sharing your now award winning claret & blue creation with us at SCD this all the layers of inky goodness ;)
    xoxo Sioux

  8. What a super gift thanks for joining in with us at SCD

    Love Dawn xx

  9. This is great. I love the images and colors- SCD is so cool this week!

  10. Lisa, this is just awesome. It turned out WAY better than alright, it's fabulous! Your masking is perfect, the colors are rich, and the sentiment ROCKS! Love those world-dominating birds!

    HUGE congratulations on winning the CCC prize for this week! I know you're going to have a BLAST shopping at Simon Says Stamp.

    I hope we see you again for Challenge 20!

  11. Very eerie. Great claret and blue creation. Thanks for sharing.Thanks for joining us at SCD.

  12. Wonderful! Thanks for joining us this week at the Drunken Stampers!


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