I've never been there. To be honest I never wanted to. (But to visit Scotland would be awesome! Something about a man wearing a kilt...yummy!) But I digress, back to the challenge at hand! Team Tropical Hooters is up this week with their interpretations of this challenge - here's what I came up with:
Here is the inside:
If you follow me, you know I love a good punch line on the inside of my cards! LOL! I always hear that London is rainy and foggy, so I used gray card stock and some paper with umbrellas on it. The center panel looked plain so I stamped the opposite corners with this brick stamp. (I won this set and thought it was about time to start using it!) I printed the sentiments from my computer and assembled the card. Again I thought the inside panel looked plain so I stamped a big mug of beer on it! Sweet! 3D stickers with a London theme made easy work of it!
I hope you find time to play along with us at Drunken Stampers. Make sure you stop by my Tropical Hooters teammies to see what they dreamed up! Thanks for stopping by!
Pip Pip Cherrio!
Stamps: Raisin Boat - Edgy Accents; Unity - Keep Calm Have a Beer Itty Bitty
Ink: Memento - Gray Flannel
DP: MME - Quite Contrary Jack & Jill
Card stock: DCWV (gray); Recollections (black, beige)
Adhesive: SA by 3L - MyStik, 3D foam squares
Accessories: Paper House London Stickers; WRMK - glitter brads; Provo Craft Scalloped Scissors; Font: Snap ITC from Microsoft Word