Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Come for Tea and a Hair Cut!

This week's Teapot Tuesday over on Split Coast was a wonderful castle teapot. I was inspired by the castle walls and made this card using a fun mosaic tile stamp from Starving Artists that I've had for ages but never inked up yet.(I say that about so many stamps! LOL!)
You ink the stamp with Versamark - then over stamp it in a color using a flower stamp (or whatever) stamp it on card stock - and then clear emboss it. I love how it came out!
The window and sentiment are also from Starving Artistamps/Doodle Factory. The story is that Rapunzle is a hairdresser in the castle and she's trying to drum up business. Hopefully this pretty wall will be inviting to people who walk by and they'll stop in for Rapunzle to cut their hair - ya think??
This also fits the Tuesday Doubledog Dare challenge this week where jdmommy (Anne) challenged us to use some kind of frame on our card. I used a window frame!
Stamps: tile - Starving Artistamps, Window & Sentiment - Starving Artist Stamps/Doodle Factory, flowers - Essence of Love - SU
Paper: white - PTI, Sahara Sand - SU
Ink: Versamark, Ocean Tides - PTI, Memento Tuxedo black
Accessories: clear EP, hot gun, foam dimensionals, labels eight nestabilities, cuttlbbug, xacto knife


IrishGirl said...

I really like the technique you've used and Rapunzel's castle. Which reminds me, I also really love your photo of the doubled arched entry to the monastery. Wow.

Deb Neerman said...

WoW, this is amazing, Julia! And so beautiful!

jdmommy said...

Julia, how fabulous this tile stamp is!! The results are fantastic!! I love your TPT card. I need a haircut now!!! TFS!

Sparkle said...

Such a gorgeous card!

Claire Brennan said...

Cool technique Julia, I can always count on you to show me something I haven't seen before!

Joanne (jojot) said...

thanks for the reminder....I have this stamp and a few of their others and I forget to use this technique...which you did BEAUTIFULLY

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is AWESOME Julia!! How FABULOUS!!!

Lisa said... the use of the Starving Artist stamp!!!!!