Saturday, 4 July 2009

Blinky Bill

Morning ladies,

Bright, early and a little chilly here.

Here is an image (Blinky Bill from Stamp It Australia)I found all neatly coloured in with gel pens which I finally mounted to card last night during my "free" time. The distressing tool used on the layers really does suit Blinky Bill, don't you think and gel pens are just wonderful with cork. I have tried lots of other things but gel pens rule!

The little sentiment is from a great set made by TAC. It is great because all the wording is little which is sometimes a bit of a hard job to find.

15 comments:

Kirstin said...

so cute! tell me more about this distressing tool!! I like the frayed edges very much!

Paige said...

This image looks awesome on cork! Gel pens huh? I have those,never thought to use them on cork!

stampin abi said...

cool card love that little guy :)

Jennie said...

Great design Michelle! Love the coloring effect of the gel pens. The little sentiment is the perfect touch (without taking away from the focal image!) Just lovely! :o)

Jaspere said...

I love the look of those gel pens.

Kristin said...

i LOVE this!! never thought to color something in all gel pens- usually use them just as an accent. fab job!

Cathleen said...

Wow1 This is awesome, I love the adorable image. I saw some cork at my LSS I should have bought it because this is a fantastic look!

Tenia Nelson said...

Very cute!!

xiumaiyuki said...

This is absolutely stunning!!! It's so different than what I'd normally see. The color effect on the cork is beautiful!

JazzyH said...

The image is so cute. I wish it was in the US. I love the coloring.

Stephanie said...

I love this!

Angie Williams said...

Michelle he is just darling! I would never have thought to use cork as a base for stamping. Fabulous!

specialcraftmom4 said...

This image is soooooo cute!!!! I love how he looks on cork. Amazing card Michelle.

Becky said...

He is so cute, I love this image and how you put it on cork is creative.

Joanne Travis said...

Love the stamping on the cork and the image is really adorable!