Wednesday, August 27, 2014

SSS: House Mouse card

Made another card using my new House Mouse stamp image from Stampendous.
This time I went with a monochromatic color scheme.

I am entering this card into Simon Says Stamp: Anything Goes Challenge. 

Stamp: House Mouse
Star die: Lawn Fawn
Top panel die: Nestabilities

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Friday, August 22, 2014

CTS#89: Wishing You Comfort

 Had some time yesterday to play along with the new CAS(E) this Sketch.
I decided to use my CAS-ual Fridays Fri-dies "Casual Comfort" as 
well as the coordinating stamp sentiment.

The background is punchinella by Neat and Tangled.
I put a few swipes of Wink of Stella glitter pen to the tips of the yellow die cut.

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Monday, August 18, 2014

Poppy Sketch #11: House Mouse

Welcome to Poppy Sketch #11 sponsored by Stampendous.
Laura gave us a great color combo to work with on this one.

I chose a House Mouse stamp called "Gifts to Tie".
I love the potential versatility of this stamp.
Many gift-giving occasions to ink/color it up:
Masculine colors, girl colors, Christmas colors or Valentine's Day.
It is a really versatile image!

I added glitter by Stampendous on the ribbon

 Thanks for stopping by.
Can't wait to see how the sketch inspires you!

Monday, August 4, 2014

Poppy Sketch #10

SO excited today to share my FIRST EVER card as a design team member!
I am proud to announce that I am part of the incredible team at 
Poppy Sketches for the next 6 months!

Here's the wonderful sketch:

Inspired by the 3 triangles, I decided to use a trio of pumpkins/gourds by Starving Artists
They were stamped, colored and cut out. 

The fence was cut on my Cameo on the white Silhouette adhesive cardstock and inked with Distress inks.  The grass was cut with the Lawn Fawn grass die twice, layered and raised. 

The background was stamped with a wee star stamp in my collection and embossed.
 Then the panel was covered with a variety of blue Distress inks.
The embossed stars resisted the Distress ink.


 The pumpkins are nestled behind the grasses.
That top layer of grass is raised with dimensional foam.

Thank you so much for stopping by.
So excited to be a part of this talented team. 
I hope you will play along!