Sunday, 21 December 2014

Oh my ears...

Hello fellow Crafters,

I have a postcard to share today. I am still in Wonderland; I love using these quotes from the Alice in Wonderland books and they go so well with Janet Klein's stamps..

To start I stamped 'Rabbit' on a postcard sized piece of card stock and coloured him with Copic Markers. I then stamped him again to make a mask. This was put over the stamped and coloured image. Next came the Distress Inks. I used 3 shades of green, 3 shades of blue and a tiny bit of purple to create the background. I dripped some water over it to get some lighter spots. With the mask still in place, I stamped the background and the barcodes. A list of all the stamps I used is at the bottom of this post. Next I doodled the lines around the card and used my cookie cutter and a bottle cap to stamp the rings; I used a white pigment ink and black Versafine ink for this. The splatters were made with black Dylusions and a white paint pen that I shook above the paper. So then the mask came off; until now it is all one layer. 
The sentiment is a quote from AIW and I typed it on white card stock with my old typewriter. I adhered it to the card with liquid glue and used a black pen to doodle around the strips of paper. 

I used the following stamps (all Stampotique)

Thanks for stopping by ! 

Hope you like it and I gave you some inspiration...


  1. Prachtig!
    Gezellige feestdagen en een creatief 2015!
    Groetjes Karin

  2. Anither fabulous piece. Love how he is standing on the partial barcode, I shall have to use that clever idea.

  3. This is so fun and your background is amazing! love it!

  4. Love the design of this page, it's so pretty and the image on the barcode is just perfect!

  5. Ik heb eergisteren de filmversie met Johnny Dep weer eens gezien, nu met twee pubermeiden en weer zo genoten! Net als van deze page; lekker absurd en vrolijk! Groetjes, Gerrina

  6. Love your Wonderland creations, Corrie, and love how you have given Rabbit life with your great coloring skills! Love that the barcode just seems to disappear. Nicely done! Merry Christmas!