Saturday, 12 March 2011

Sunday Stampers

I love my job but the problem is I only seem to have time to play at weekends! Just in time again here is my entry for Hel's Sunday Stampers, theme Nature.
Sunday stampers - 'Nature'.

I used an old stamp, haven't used it for ages, by Inkadinkado, stamped in archival black and coloured with Copic and promarkers. The tag was inked in crushed olive distress ink and then parts of paperartsy hot picks grasses over stamped in the crushed olive again. The sentiment and the butterfly are Tim Holtz tiny clear stamps and the word Nature hung on Tim's tiny safety pins. The tag is finished with a piece of 'bird fatball' netting and garden string! I tried to get a bit arty by taking the photograph over a lovely old book called 'The Calender of Garden Lore.'
Well, the housework beckons, but I am going up to the craft room to play! You never know I may be able to put something else on my blog later! I gotta work out now how to get Hel's Sunday Stamper logo on my blog, bet it's easy but I can't seem to make it appear! Yes, you've guessed, computers are not my thing!


  1. Fab piece Barb, loving the dangly bits! Thanks for joining in with the SUnday sTmaper x

  2. that should read... thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper... oh my fingers move too quickly LOL x

  3. love it Barb, and i know what you mean about housework too, my ironing is fair yelling down the stairs at me..............

  4. Hi Barb!
    Here is how to add Hels logo to your blog.
    First go to Hels blog and copy the logo into one of your own files on your computer. Do this by putting your mouse cursor over the logo.
    Right click and select "save image as" and put it in a file you can find easily on your computer.
    Then go to your blog and

    Click on Dashboard
    Click on Layout
    Click on Add a Gadget
    Click on Choose Picture
    Click on the plus sign
    Upload the image filling out all the details (this means you navigate to the file you saved Hels logo in)
    Save your changes.

    Hope this helps.