Saturday, 20 February 2016

Twofers - Anything Goes

When this is published I will be on my way to London for a day with my boy, any linkups will have to wait.

It is Jane's turn to host our Twofers challenge this fortnight and she has gone for an easy one, Anything Goes!   Well Christi and I were not going to let her get away with that so we challenged Jane to use her oldest stamp and she did.  Jane's example this week is knockout, you might want to use your oldest stamp as well but it is not essential thankfully because I didn't.

As many of you know I am making a pack of playing for the first 26 challenges at Twofers.   Anything goes (must Stamp no Digis) means just that do what ever you want.  So I used a pair of stamps designed by Sue Law several years ago.   Made by Tanda as a commissioned set; my set is just 1 of 2 in existence.


Are these just right for playing cards or what!   The clubs stamp is from The English Stamp Company whose suite stamps are proving a saviour for me.   The main images were coloured with felt pens so there is no bleed never a good look in playing cards!   The Q for queen is guided while the K for King is written in Sakura silver glitter pen.

Easy Peasy this time then get your stamps and ink out make anything incorporating them you fancy.  If Jane likes your entry you might be her chosen winner and get $20 to spend at Alleystamp.  If you have not already visited the shop I urge you to do so it's full of goodies.

Sharing my playing cards with
Addicted to Stamps - Anything Goes
Create and Inspire - Anything Goes
Creative Ladybirds - Anything Goes

4 comments:

  1. How fun to make these with a truly Limited Addition as your deck of cards certainly will be! Love that you gilded the Q! Will enter the challenge for sure & use some of my huge stash of old stamps!

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  2. Always love the idea of yours to make a set of cards Zoe.these two are terrific

    Love Chtissie xx

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  3. Very cool!
    Thank you for joining us at ATSM!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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  4. What a lovely project, Zoe! Thanks for joining us at ATSM.
    x Asha

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