I just love this card. I have no idea who I will send it to, lol. I have the Lawn Fawn, Upon a Star clear stamp set that I got after watching a K Werner video. What I don't have is any masking material or dies for the stamps. I absolutely HATE to fussy cut and I don't have a pixscan mat for my Silhouette, yet so this is what I came up with for the night sky without have to stamp the critters separately.. I used a blending tool and Stampin' Up pad in Island Indigo followed by Memento stamp pads in Nautical Blue and Elderberry and blended out the night sky. I stamped some stars and the hooting star and heat embossed them in white. I had some gems from Dollar Tree and used one for the shooting star. For the fox and bunny: The fox was colored with Spectrum Noir GB5, GB6, and GB7 and the bunny in EB1 and EB2. I then used Stampendous Fun Flock on the bunny tail and the white parts on the fox's fur. Overall, happy with the result.
Monday, June 18, 2018
Friday, June 15, 2018
Thursday, June 14, 2018
I wanted to toy with the idea of an offset, corner circle for the image. I wasn't in the mood to make a Christmas card tonight (or any themed holiday for that matter) but I love this stamp set from Inkadinkado, "All Hallows Eve" and in particular, the pumpkins. I stamped the image with a Colorbox ink pad called "Dune" and colored it in with my Spectrum Noirs. The cover paper was a sheet I purchased (I am not kidding here) 20 years ago at, I think, Michaels. I used a sentiment from a generic stamp set I got from Aliexpress. Finally, I used some ribbon I got from Tuesday morning and some orange butcher's twine to finish it off
This card was formed from the idea to repeatedly stamp a single sentiment and highlight it in one place. I don't have a lot of sentiment stamps, so I had to use what I have. The Happy Birthday sentiment stamp is from Stampin' Up. I only know the bird stamp was a free digital stamp, but not where I got it (It's been sitting on my computer forever). I colored it in with some Spectrum Noir and gave the top birdie a lollipop with a small enamel dot.
Sunday, June 10, 2018
This is a quick card for my high school friend who recently got engaged. I decided to use a ScrapBerry stamp that's really supposed to be a little girl dressing as a princess, but I figured it would work as a bride. I used Color Box dune ink for the main image then embossed with clear glitter and colored in with a few Spectrum Noir markers.
This card is being used as a sympathy card, but the sentiment can be changed to make it just a general card. The stamp set I used was just a generic set I have with a trunk and different sets of leaves:leaves, flowers or hearts. The sentiment is stamped on a small piece of cardstock from a country paper pack from Michaels and the ribbon is from Stampin' Up.
Monday, May 21, 2018
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Anyway, the lights are from the WPlus9 - Festive Greetings and the sentiment is from Inky Antics - Christmas Sentiments.
Are these not the cutest stamps? These are Best Halloween - Clearly Besotted stamps. I was loving the paper which is from Summertime Designs. I (badly) colored in the stamps with my Spectrum Noir pens...at least the candy corn balloons because my oranges bled. I got some thread from the Dollar Tree a few months ago and used those for the balloon strings. I just love this because it's just so darn cute :D