Saturday, February 27, 2010

One in a Million!

Simple stamping in black-

A gift box and matching card using the new Heads #6097.

If you'd like more details please visit my blog,

Thankyou, Have a great weekend- :0) Jo

Friday, February 26, 2010


What a difference a pair of wings and a set of pointy ears make to the look of someone don't you think? With out them Leopard Queen #6107 reminds me of a scruffy Posh Spice and puts across a totally different character than the one with wings.

Very simply constructed by matt and layering various striped and patterned papers and coloured tag. The "Thinkin'" word was printed from the PC.

Thanks for stopping by...Jo Capper-Sandon

Wonderful Spring

You can visit my blog here for more info on the card.
Don't forget our challenge going on over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge Blog.
Card details:
Stamps:  Blueberry Bunnies in a basket & Have a Wonderful Spring from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock:  Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink, Stamper's Select, Basic Grey Bittersweet
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic markers
Accessories:  SU! Border punch

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Sadly, I had to create several sympathy cards today..... They're not my favourite cards to creat at all, as I prefer cards for happy occasions. My rule of thumb is to keep these cards simple.

I could have made all the cards the same, but I decided to change them up a little.............

using the same colour scheme, I just altered the composition.

I love this Stamp........Hopi Prayer is available here

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

A bow in the dress

This lady´s name i "Moth Fab", and I have tied a bow in her dress.


Ok call me nuts if you like, I won't be offended, it happens too often for that, but I was working on another Alice in Wonderland piece and it occured to me that one of the Stampotique girls might well like to pretend to be Alice. After all they have their own cat, and as I live in Cheshire then it is a Cheshire Cat!!

So here we have KARIN #6108 pretending to be Alice with her best smile! She is accompanied by her KITTY #6096 and looked over by ROW of FACES #6020.
The quote is cut from a postcard.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Cutting out hearts

The name of the stamp is Peggys, and I love how she´s sittning cutting out the hearts!


Make sure to join us tomorrow at Stampotique Designer's Challenge for our new challenge
For more details on this card, please visit my blog here.
Card details:
Stamps:  Gibbi & Well, la de frickin' dah! from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, Very Vanilla, Basic Grey Nook & Pantry
Inks:  Dish All the Dirt Brown, Ruby Red
Accesories: Brads, sponges, SU! Ribbon, Janome sewing machine

Monday, February 22, 2010

One Of Those Days

Has your beautiful furry companion ever wrecked a favorite piece of furniture, shredded your favorite curtains, chewed right through your computer cables or terrorized visitors from out of town? This card was inspired by one of those horrific moments!! LOL!
Stampotique Images: Linda, Kitty, Mesh background
Paper: Basic Grey
Sentiment: Dymo Labels

You are cordially invited to drop by my blog for more creative inspiration.
Kind regards,

Sunday, February 21, 2010

X-mas a little bit late

The candy cane is from a little packet with five stamps wich is named: Christmascubes no: 6065p. The girls name is Noelles no: 6061p, and the snowmans name is just Snowmans no: 6060p. You can find the three stamps at the webstore.

Hugs Milo Lilja

New Home!

I'm loving the new images that have just been released.

As I'm in the process of selling a house at the moment I thought it appropriate to make a 'New Home' card.

All stamps are by Stampotique Originals. For more details and images on making this very simple card, please visit my blog.

Welcome Door #6095
Kitty #6096
Sun #2095

Thanks, Jo x

Saturday, February 20, 2010

I feel pretty

Hi there,

Oh the smell of new rubber! lol  I have been playing around with this card for awhile, and finally finished it tonight.  

The girl is Moth Fab, and the cute little spider is Mr. Stripes, isn't he adorable?  I know it's hard to see, but there are stickles on both of these characters, and Mr. Stripes has tiny little crystals for eyes.  The images are coloured with Copic Markers, and both are cut out and layered onto the paper.

Off to create again!



New stamps arrived a couple of days ago and so had to have a play. I just LOVE this ANGEL 6093 and the HEADS 6097 are to die for!
The words are from an older Stampotique stamp TALL WORD COLLAGE 7167.

For more examples of my work please visit my blog.......JABBERWOCKY

Twinkle Toes

Card details:
Stamp:  Twinkle Toes from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock:  Basic Grey Mellow, Confetti White
Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic markers
Accessories:  Scalloped Circle nestabilities, Circle Rhinestone brad, Gold Stickles
For additional information on the card you can visit Kim Howard's blog here.

Friday, February 19, 2010


I have used the gorgoues girl named "Glimmering Hopes" & the spider "Mr Stripess".
You can see more cards and other stuff at my blog

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Welcome to the new Designer's Blog

We look forward to sharing our whimsical creations with you!

Sentiment: Dymo Labeler
Paper: BoBunny

You are cordially invited to drop by my blog for more creative inspiration.
Kind regards,