Friday, 20 March 2015

Stampotique Neon Challenge

Cyber Moth Fab

Stampotiques neon theme! what a challenge was my first thought was, I haven't got anything to use!
With a bit of digging, I found fibres and a couple of paints and Alcohol inks! and actually ended up loving them!

The background was done with layers of stencils with 
Anericana acrylic Bright Orange and Vivid Violet and Carbon Black on black card
Dina Wakley Grunge hearts, Clarity Stripes and Studio Calico Chevron stencils

The hearts were stencilled with Gesso and then applied alcohol inks Raspberry

Stampotiques Moth Fab coloured with Promakers and had a new hair do too!


  1. Moth Fab looks awesome Jools!! Thanks for joining my challenge at Stampotique this week. XOXO

  2. Wow. Moth Fab looks very psychedelic in her neon colors.

    Great electric background. I love those bright colors on black cardstock! Such wonderful contrast.

    Thanks for playing along with us at Stampotique Designers Challenges!

  3. Another brilliant piece Jools, I have to say you really do use Stampotique stamps perfectly. Hugs. Tracy x

  4. The colours on this are amazing! Love this very much :-)

  5. Fabulous piece Jools, Moth Fab so suits neon.
    Amanda x

  6. Gorgeous piece ! Love it... Thanks for joining us over at Stampotique this week.
    Corrie x

  7. Moth Fab is the perfect candidate for neon Jools, she is a fantastic character is't she and always up for a change of hair do or frock lol. Loving your project, very vibrant and beautiful :-) xxx

  8. Not sure if the adjective "stunning" works with a NEON theme, but, I am going to go ahead and use it: STUNNING! Love the hair, and Moth Fab looks...well....fab! Bravo!

  9. I love this, her hair is gorgeous! Thanks for joining us again for this week's challenge at Stampotique.

  10. Jools this is fabulous, it really zings off the page (and her hair is fab!) Thanks so much for playing along with us again at Stampotique Sue xx

  11. Pleased you found some bits to make this fab creation and join in the fun at the SDC blog!