Sunday, 24 February 2008

Doodle That

Doodle That is another set that is great for new stampers; it’s a bargain, too, at just £11.95 for four stamps. So, armed with some Whisper White cardstock, a pack of Soft Subtles assorted cardstock and a black ink pad, I set out on another limited supply challenge.

I really like how this turned out - I love the swirly doodle stamp and could see me adding this to lots of cards… if only the stamp set didn’t belong to Alison.

The image is coloured with markers but, again, you could use whatever you have to hand, such as coloured pencils, paints or the kids’ felt tips! The benefits of the Stampin’ Up! markers, of course, is that they come in the Stampin’ Up! colours for perfect co-ordination.

Stamps: Doodle That (p55)
Cardstock: Barely Banana, Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Stampin’ Write markers (p71)

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9 comments:

  1. Very pretty spring like card. I wish it was spring here today!

    Great work.

    Teresa

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  2. Perfect! I like the doodling, and the fresh spring-y color scheme.

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  3. Wow - you're on a roll. Very nice. I love the Doodle's! CC

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  4. That doodle in the corner is perfect, I like your technique. Is it spring in England?

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  5. Gorgeous Helen - I love this stamp set too and can't wait to get it. Also love the colour combo too.

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  6. I absolutly LOVE this card....so light and springy (is that a word?) Very cheery too

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  7. I really like the strip of card with the straight edge on top and the torn edge underneath. TFS!

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  8. I love the colors on this card! It's a nice, cheerful, spring card!

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