Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Paperbag Studios - Home Sweet Home

Paperbag Studios have a new theme set for their July Stamp Challenge.
Theme: Home Sweet Home
Deadline: July 31
Details: Create your take on the “home” theme using any Paperbag Studios stamps! Upload your submission to your blog or the PBS gallery and comment on the July PBS stamp challenge post (
found here) with a link to your creation!!!
Winner will be selected in early August and will receive a $10 coupon toward Paperbag Studios stamps!


The background was painted with a mixture of white acrylic and streaked with some pale blue and green Adirondack dabbers. Stamps are from the Flourish Plate.

16 comments:

Heather said...

I must check out Paperbag Studios, and I love your submission Carol.

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

Wonderful idea Carol.

flutterbycrafter said...

I absolutely adore this. Love the background, just love everything about it.

joanne wardle said...

that's wonderful. I love how you did the roof separately

Paula said...

Gorgeous creation, Carol. I really adore that stamp, it is nearly at the top of my wish list ;)

penibear said...

Very very nice - is that curly thing some of that scrappers floss(?) we bought?

Sue Smith said...

I love your take on 'Home Sweet Home', Carol. The soft colours are gorgeous :)

Rein said...

Lovely piece!

Sarita said...

Really lovely Carol, I must get me some of those dabbers, the colours are amazing.
Just love the whole design,
Love Sarita xx

Em said...

That stamp is fab, love what you've done with it and love the sun!

Kaz said...

absolutely stunning creation Carol, very inspiring too. I might even give this challenge a wee shot....

Greensleeves said...

Great home for two cuties. Love the separate roof!

stampdiva said...

Beautiful artwork Carol. Colours, images and such unusual flowers. Lynne

Marilyn Rock said...

Carol! I ADORE what you did for the July challenge! It's really awesome! Love your embellishments, too. Very creative and clever you are! :)

Karin said...

Stunning piece of artwork Carol

Cath Wilson said...

Love this, Carol - looks really good and the way you've done the roof is fab.