WS – Doodling and Alice

I love this week’s theme at Wednesday Stamper – doodling! And, of course, to use at least one rubber stamp. I have been finishing collaging giant Alice in Wonderland puzzle pieces for the Gallery in Bude this week and I knew I wanted to use a heart-shaped/flower stamp around the edges, but I don’t have one!  Not to worry, I carved one on the back of an eraser et voila…

"Drink me"

And a little detail:

Here’s the Tea Party one:

"Mad as a Hatter"

I doodled round the stamped images to make them ‘pop’. The Alices are from a collage sheet at Ten Two Studios. I like that they’re all black on white, so I can change them to match my backgrounds, etc.!

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  1. This looks rgeat, love the colours and what a great shape

  2. Love your Alice puzzle piece creations Rosie! I like the way you just whip up a rubber stamp 😉 I bet they will fly out of the gallery in no time!
    Have a lovely weekend my friend!

  3. Cool Alice puzzle pieces! But what I really want to tell you is that you won the drawing for a post card. Please send me your snail mail address so that I can get it off to you in the mail soon. My email is on the top right had side of my blog. I hope you enjoy the card!

  4. Wonderfully creative! I love the the shape and colors, and doodling around the stamped images (an approach I also used, and I also used a white pen on my mine too!) ~Sharon

  5. artimagica

     /  March 13, 2010

    These are wonderful. I love the images and the puzzle pieces. Puzzle pieces seem so appropriate for the story.

  6. OH, these are wonderful Rosie, love your puzzle pieces!! Beautiful doodling and I love the colour!!


  7. these are fabulous!! doodling really adds the perfect final personal touch

  8. Great puzzle!


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