Quixotic Paperie Challenge Blog Challenge No. 21

Get out your metal it is the Quixotic Challenge today and it is all going:

Heavy Metal

To go with this metal frenzy, Elaine has a fabulous special offer over at Quixotic Paperie:

10% off all charms, pins, spacers, jewels, pearls and Prima flower centres from Wednesday 14th April 2010 to Wednesday 21st April 2010

Perfect for this challenge!

Here is my DT make for the challenge. Originally I had decided to use some pins, but then I was overwhelmed by this urge to try stamping on sheet metal. I’ve been meaning to try stamping on metal so this challenge was just the perfect opportunity to give it a go!

The Stove / Oven is one of the wonderful Alota background stamps – I love them, they are just fabulous! Another of my favourite stamps (yeah, I know, I have lots of favourite stamps!) is the Belles and Whistles Tania Baking which Elaine has on special offer over at Quixotic Paperie.

So two favourite stamps have been matched with one of my favourite paper packs at the moment which is the Material Girl from Cosmic Cricket and the little bow was made with my Bow Easy Template.

So get out your metal bits and pieces folks.

Can’t wait to see what you do with them.


Stamps – Stove / Oven Alota Stamps; Belles and Whistles Tania Baking

Ink – Archival black

Colouring – Copic pens; PrismaColor pencils

Papers – Material Girl from Cosmic Cricket

Usual Suspects – Paper trimmer; Double-sided tape; Silicone glue

Other – Sheet Metal silver and copper; Thread; Ribbon; Bow Easy Template

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 24 Comments

  1. wow kim what a wonderful card and so creative.xx

  2. Hi Kim,
    This is fabulous. You will start a trend with this stamping in sheet metal. Ingenious.
    Fiona x

  3. Wow Kim, that's pretty impressive!

  4. Wow Kim, what a fabulous effect, I love what youve done to do it. Its a stunning card. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

  5. This is just too pretty. I love the oven! I am going to have to go shopping now.

  6. What a beautiful cards Kim,i love your images and colours.
    So gorgeous papers.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  7. Good afternoon Kim, and wow what a fabulous card this is, just loving the way you've paper pieced that oven! what a clever girl you are. Hope our having a good week, missed you on facebook the other night, hope to catch you another time, hugs Linda x

  8. Now your just showing off Kim, lol! This is just fabulous and so clever! That sheet metal makes it look so realistic, love it! hugs Heidi xx

  9. Now your just showing off Kim, lol! This is just fabulous and so clever! That sheet metal makes it look so realistic, love it! hugs Heidi xx

  10. Such a lovely card! Love how you did the stove.

  11. Kim this is fab honey, i so love the little sweet girl another on my ever growing wish list lol, love the metal too its a gorgeos creation hugs Pops x

  12. Just found your fabulous blog Kim and I have joined as a follower! I will be back!!!!

    Love the idea of stamping on metal – so creative!!


  13. Such a pretty card Kim. I just love how you've coloured the oven!

  14. This is absolutely amazing! I'm on awe of your tremendous talent.

  15. You are so creative! I never would have thought to stamp on sheet metal. It look wonderful. Love your paper piecing too.

  16. Oh this is gorgeous Kim, love the adorable images and colours.

  17. this is just too stunning for words!! Hugs Juls

  18. incredible work with the metal – brilliant card

    thank you for visitng my blog this week

  19. Absolutely stunning, a lovely warm scene, Paulinex

  20. Fantastic creation, the stove looks wonderful. I love your colouring and paper piecing, those pads are my fav at the mooment

    Stunning Job!!!

  21. What a great card I love the look of the stove stamped on metal. The two images look great together….WOW!

    From Alota

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