It’s Sunday and that can only mean one thing, time for some Stampotique! The lovely and talented Coby has asked us to use the word “Boo” in our projects for this week’s Stampotique Designers’ Challenge. Those of you that buzz by here regularly would, quite rightly, expect me to dive in to some Halloween related project but, instead I opted to take a different path. Take a look at my postcard:
I can take no credit for the concept of today’s project, but I have given the idea my own Stampotique twist. A couple of years ago I picked up some free digi stamps that were produced by McMahon Five Designs to support Breast Cancer Awareness month in October. Sadly, the stamps are no longer available but I loved the concept that was created to deliver a super-important message. Each year I think I will make some cards to raise awareness and at the same time raise some money for this fabulous cards, and each year I fail. As my friend is organising a strawberry tea fund raiser at the beginning of July I thought I could make a few of these postcards in addition to whipping up a batch of scones.
I transformed the adorable little Cooper from a ghost to a bee with some appropriate colouring and the addition of wings from the Medium Bee and some hand drawn antennae. I’ve used Carol’s large flower for the blooms.
Wishing you a happy Sunday and thanks for buzzing by.