Sunday, 12 July 2015

All About the Men at FSC

Hi everyone
It's time for another challenge at Fashionable Stamping Challenges
and our theme now runs for a whole month so you have loads more time to link up your projects. This months theme is

"All About The Men"

so we are looking for your masculine makes, we accept any kind of project as long as rubber stamping is the main feature of your project.
Following my Hollywood tag that I made to celebrate our "Glitz & Glamour" 100th post last month, I have kept with the same style for my "All about the Men" challenge. 

This time featuring Charlie Chapman.
Lots of stenciling using Tim's star and Andy Skinner stencils.
Tim's Thinlits shape strips
Washi tape
Film Ribbon, film camera charm.
Main image Charlie Chaplin with sentiment stamped, cut out and added to the tag. This stamp is from Deep Red rubber stamps.
We would love it if you popped over HERE and joined in with our challenge.
One lucky, randomly chosen entry will win $20 to spend in the online store of our regular sponsor 
thanks for stopping by
Amanda X


  1. Just fabulous Amanda. Love all the texture and detail and the vintage sepia tones look great with Charlie.
    Fliss xx

  2. A fantastic vintage tag Amanda, love the quote.
    Yvonne xx

  3. Ole Charlie looks great Amanda, awesome tag sweets.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x

  4. Love this Amanda, great details on the background and it's a fabulous image.
    Avril xx

  5. Hmm think I like those shape strips now....bad you tempting me! Fab tag, great old movies vibe
    Biggest huggy hugs
    Donna xxx

  6. Wow, a great masculine tag Amanda, nice details!
    Greetings, Alie

  7. Oh Charlie! One of my all time favourite man stamps! And the embellies are perfect!
    Dot x

  8. Oh Charlie! One of my all time favourite man stamps! And the embellies are perfect!
    Dot x

  9. What a fabulous tag, and Charlie looks great! Love the brown tones, they always give that warm vintage glow feel xx

  10. Wonderful sepia tones to your tag, filling it with a sense of nostalgia for the early days of the silver screen. Lovely Charlie image, and you've done him proud.
    Alison xx


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