Thursday, September 25, 2014

Call me crazy

Call me crazy but when I first saw this stamp set all I saw was a fantasy butterfly. I was hoping to get this finished for the blog hop but I just got it together this morning. Making a mental note ....this would be a good theme for an upcoming challenge." Repurpose a stamp". The background is stenciled with the Tim Holtz sunray stencil. I've covered my creature in lots and lots of Stickles. 

Stamps. MFP a HC - Chrysanthemum, Birds of the Orient

13 comments:

MariLynn said...

Wow, Pat, what a creative way to use this stamp. Great butterfly!

Kathy Bradley said...

Wow, Pat, your card is absolutely gorgeous - and it reminds me of some of the beautiful creatures in the movie, Avatar! I really, really like what you have done with this stamp.

Stampsnob said...

You have a good imagination Hope you forget that was an idea for a future challenge (just kidding).............Lis

sweet art designs said...

I think you nailed it with the butterfly
Myrna

Janis said...

Oh, my word!!!! This is FABULOUS!!! But please don't make me think that hard by having the "repurpose a stamp" as a challenge theme!!! Ack!! I am hyperventilating just thinking abt it! :o
<3 J

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nwilliams6 said...

Very cool way to use the image! I hadn't thought of this as a butterfly but it works! Fun! Hugz!

Vickie Y said...

very creative!

wannabcre8tive said...

So pretty, love the fall colors and the glitter.

Anne said...

Way out! Superb! Love it!

ionabunny said...

Wow, love your glittery butterfly. What a fab idea Hugz

stamping sue said...

GREAT idea! just might have to case this idea. thanks for sharing
stamping sue
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stamping sue said...

now that I look at it again I think it would make a good "mop" of hair on a head or ragedy ann type image.
stamping sue
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(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Interesting and fabulous. Love what you have done with the chrysanthemum petals.