Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Second Day of Creepmas with RSD's Tuts

Hi, The project/tutorial I have for you all today can be seen in it's entirety over on the Second Day of Creepmas post of the Tuts and Comments blog of the Rick St Dennis' EDT so just a brief synopsis here so you all know about it.
I made a couple of Jacob's ladders. One of those toys that both young and old can enjoy.

I used a rubber stamp from the Smeared Ink "Morte" rubber set, drawn by Rick St Dennis and "We Three Geese" available from Rick's Zibbet shop.

One for those that prefer "the Dark Side" and one lighter themed one. Both employing heat embossing. The geese were coloured with a mixture of promarkers, sparkly gel pens and metallic markers. 


I'd like to enter this project into the challenge at
Through The Purple Haze - Christmas is coming, The goose is getting fat
Addicted to Stamps - Embossing - Heat or dry
Anything but a card - Holiday Themed - these are to be presents
Stamping Sensations - Free and Easy

9 comments:

  1. Still on the copy and paste I am afraid but wanted to pop in any take a peek at your latest make, say hello and thank you for joining in at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

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  2. love, love love it..every bit of it....amazing

    fiona DT
    TTPH

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  3. Really great projects and I love the tutorial, I have become a follower.... Thanks for joining again at TTPH
    Nicola DT

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  4. That looks great! Thanks so much for joining us at ATSC. Good luck. Hugs, Nicole

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  5. What a fabulous creation! LOVE the three wise ducks! Thanks for joining us at stamping sensations this month and good luck!

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  6. Great project! What a neat idea! Thanks for joining us at TTPH!

    ~Ashley
    TTPH DT

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  7. This is such a good idea, and I love the opposition of cute and dark as the jacob's ladder climbs. Awesome embossing!

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  8. very creative , thanks for joining us at Stamping sensations

    Francesca x

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  9. Fabulous project! and a wonderful idea with the light/dark side of the ladder climbs. Thanks for sharing your lovely piece with us at ABAC this month.

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