Alota Julia Bug Does The Baking

I recently got a super-nice surprise, it was an email from Helene, the owner of Alota Rubber Stamps, asking if I would make a card for her. She had been sent a picture of a card I made for the Quixotic Paperie Challenge by Elaine. The card used the fabulous Alota Rubber Stamp Stove (which was one of those stamps I just knew I had to have as soon as I saw it!) stamped onto metal.

Well Helene has got the card now so I can show it to you all. It has the gorgeous Julia Bug baking on her shiny metal stove.

I’ve stamped onto metal then manipulated the metal to add dimension, the other items are pieced on in paper or metal.

The lovely Julia is coloured with PrismaColor pencils and paper pieced.

There is more yummy baking on the inside as well – Julia has been busy!

Wasn’t that the nicest of surprises? Thank you so much both Elaine and Helene!

Alota have their own challenge blog which I hope to have a play along with when I can and also you can catch them on Papercraft Planet – in case you haven’t caught up with them there already.

So how you all set up for the week? I’ve got lots of card making and stitching to do this week, hopefully I can get some blog hopping in as well to see all your gorgeous makes.

Catch you later


26 thoughts on “Alota Julia Bug Does The Baking”

  1. Fabulous Kim! The shiny stove is such an inspired idea and I'm so pleased you were recognised for it, well done!
    Hugs Tara xx

  2. Oh wow,was für eine wunderschöne Karte.
    Ganz toll gestalltet,schöne Farben,tolle Motive und die Coloration ist echt Wahnsinn.
    Bin total begeistert.

    LG Manu! 😉

  3. Oh my gosh this card is so amazing and even more beautiful in person. I love every detail. The metal shaping makes the stove come to life and your coloring is incredible too. Thank you Kim.

  4. Hi Kim, wow what a fabulous card love your image and what youve done with her, the cooker really is fabulous and colouring is gorgeous. with love and hugs Shirleyxxxxxx

  5. OMG, the way you have made that 3D effect metal cooker is just … wow!!! And your colouring is absolutely fabulous. Love the papers and your freehand stitch, so cute and very creative!

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