Saturday, 25 August 2012

Ah! There You Are and Anniversary Giveaway Number 2

Hi everyone!

As you all know by now, this month we have all been celebrating the 2nd anniversary of The Artistic Stamper Creative Team blog and giving you the chance to join in with our celebrations with a giveaway from each member of the team. Once again, anyone who leaves me a comment on this post, or on my blog post HERE will be in with the chance of winning these stamp sets pictured, good luck and I can't wait to read all your comments!!!
I decided to purposely make something completely different from my last creation to show everyone the versatility of these sets and I wanted to create a soft, vintage style card and one that would be very much in keeping with the style of Mabel Lucie Attwell. I really hope you like what I've created....
If you would like to read how I made this card, then you can pop over to the team blog and read all about it...


Don't forget if you leave a comment on either blog, you might be the lucky winner of these fab stamp sets and all winners will be announced on the 7th September, so don't forget to check back here and over at The Artistic Stamper!

See you all again really soon...Love Emma xxx


  1. I love your card Emma, the colours are gorgeous

  2. This is really beautiful! I really like your idea can you suggest something that help me in designing of Plastic card ?

  3. The subtle colouring is so restful. Great idea to use the open flower stamp over the blank parts of the card too.
    Hugs Joanne xx

  4. Gorgeous card as always Emma, and I love the colours you have used, big hugs Ali xxx

  5. Absolutely gorgeous. Such a delicate card.
    I need these stamps for my collection to make pretty flowers too!
    My work will never be as pretty as yours are the Queen of flowers!!
    Loveya d xxx

  6. As the little girl talks to her teddy, telling him all her stories, some butterflies alight nearby. Totally unaware, she continues to chat to Teddy.

    The butterflies leave and a waft of breeze fleetingly disturbs the little girl's neck. She reacts to the sensation but, alas, there is nothing to see.
    When she turns back to Teddy, he is fast asleep again and quite lifeless.
    "Time for tea," the little girl thinks. Dragging Teddy by the ears, she trudges indoors.

    Just thought I'd make something up Emma! In honour of your delicate creation. Another project well done!

  7. This is such a beautiful and delicate piece, i love the soft colours and your soft touch just shines through, a fab-ly(my word!) gentle piece, trace x

  8. Your card looks really beautiful, love the image and the butterflies.

  9. Beautiful card Emma - you really know how to showcase stamps to their very best.
    Thanks for dropping by my blog - promise to try and get something on there soon.

  10. Lovely card, beautifully coloured.

  11. That's very different and a beautiful card.

  12. Love the colouring and the choice of images on this card. Hugs, Buttons x

  13. pretty flutterbies make this card stand out

  14. Butterflies stamps look beautiful here and would make great embellishments in shrink plastic.

  15. I do love the Mabel Lucie Atwell style of cards and this one is really lovely. I agree about the butterflies potentially looking good in shrink plastic. Great card. xx

  16. Hi Emma, this is another beautiful card, Love the image and shape,and a great use of the flower stamp for the background.
    Avril xx

  17. OMW, Emma, this is just stunning! There's something about it that just draws me - I absolutely love it! The butterflies are gorgeous.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win these - fingers crossed!

  18. Emma your card is fabulous. I love the style of the card and the image is beautifully coloured and the butterflies are gorgeous.

    Sarah x

  19. Precious card! The buttons on the butterfly are a nice touch!


Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon...
Emma ~xx

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