Monday, January 31, 2011

Royalty Challenge at The Stampsmith

Hi Everyone,

As it is the 1st of the month, it is time for a new challenge at the Stampsmith Challenge Blog. The theme is royalty. You can interpret that as broadly as you like. We would like you to use Stampsmith stamps if possible. But, since it is the first of the month, you may use any stamp company! The winner will be announced on the 15th!

I went with "Lady" Liberty for my inspiration. I used the Statue of Liberty (small) stamp from The Stampsmith Shop.

I stamped the image with black dye ink on glossy white CS. I used 3 different punches. DP: Red-K & Company, Purple - DCWV. To make the star paper I used a piece of purple tissue paper. I stamped the stars (Rubber Stampede) with VersaMark ink. I tore one edge of the tissue. Accents: Silver stick ons, Red Gingham ribbon. Here is a close-up.

Some fun challenges for Lady Liberty:

Craft your passion: Use bling and red or hearts

Pile It On: Punch It

SSDS: Punchy

Totally Gorjuss: As you like it
Top Tip Tuesday: Anything Girlie
Hubby Update: Don is coming home from the hospital today!!!!!

Have a great day! Love ya,



  1. Very pretty card! The colors are wonderful and the layout is unique and fabulous

  2. Lovely card. Thanks for joining us at TG this week.

    Kat x

  3. Such a sweet card. Thanks for playing along with our challenge at Top Tip Tuesday. Good Luck.
    xx Vee

  4. Brilliant card Karen! x

  5. beautiful card.. love the stamp and the LO... gorgeous! Thank you for joining us this week on the CRAFT YOUR PASSION challenge. Good Luck!

  6. Beautiful card! Thanks for entering Stamp, Scrap & Doodle Saturday's challenge this week. Good luck!

  7. beautiful card.

    thanks for playing with us at Pile It On

    my little scrappingcorner
    DT Pile It On

  8. fabulous card and so different.
    please pop by my dezinaworld blog if you get time as i have a new freebie to collect today
    have a lovely day
    hugs June

  9. This is fabulous Karen, I love your ribbon and bling x


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