Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Suspended Animation

It's Wednesday again which can mean only one thing, apart from it's the day after Tuesday and day before Thursday, it's time for a new challenge theme at Stampotique, yay!
This week the lovely Valerie is challenging us to make something featuring 'Squares'.
After struggling with the favour last week, I really enjoyed this making this. It's simply a memory glass cube with shrink plastic'd images and 2 wooden cubes.
(It's worth clicking on the photo to see it better, I did put it in larger but blogger wouldn't let it fit!)
I used two stamps, they are: Give the dog a bone and Plant kindness and gather love. To make the memory glass cube you can find my tutorial here, it features lots more Stampotique stamps!
Wishing you a very lovely day, Sam xxx

21 comments:

  1. Very cool idea! Have to try shrink plastic, looks like fun. XOXO

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  2. I love your suspended animation cube, I have have meant to try this since your mushroom one. x

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  3. That's lovely Sam! Yet another of your fantastic 3D makes!

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  4. Loving your terrific scene Sam, xx

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  5. This is fab Sam! Loving the shrink plastic x

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  6. What a clever idea! Love this idea! Puppy is too cute; your fur baby and the one in your artwork!

    Wishes
    Debbie
    ^..^

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  7. Truly wonderful project, really clever.

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  8. Hi Sam, loving your crafting, such a great idea, that shrink plastic pup is so cute. xx

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  9. This is gorgeous. I also loved your original memory glass cube. Claire x

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  10. A fabulous and creative piece Sam, just love your originality.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  11. Clever idea using the shrink plastic and memory cube.

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  12. I love so much your 3d pieces, Sam. And with that lovely dog ...

    Have a nice weekend :-)

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  13. Brilliant piece Sam, love the shrink plastic.
    xxx Hazel.

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  14. Beautiful! Great way of using the squares!

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Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment, Sam x