Hi, everyone! This week's Featured Stamper over at Splitcoast is Rochelle aka beechwood....congrats, Rochelle!! Her gallery is full of amazing fancy folds, punch art, and super creative projects! I have not used the Stampin Up 'Upsy Daisy' set in many years, so I chose this gorgeous card as inspiration today. Though my card is CAS, I used the same colors to sponge the background. The sentiment was masked so that only half of the sentiment stamped (the other half says 'for your friendship'). The panel was cut out with the ODBD Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies and matted with olive. This will be mailed to my in-laws since they bought us a new pc when they heard that my 'dinosaur' was crashing. :)
Hi, everyone! This week's Inspiration Challenge over at Splitcoast is to find inspiration from the Victoria Trading Company....I chose this gorgeous lawn chair to help decorate the May page of a birthday calendar I am working on for a gift. The wild roses from 'Fragrance' were stamped in Stazon Jet Black, then colored with sponges and markers. Using masking, Ranger Antique Linen ink was sponged around the flowers as in the lawn chair. The sponging in the photo is not flattering but it looks okay in the real.
Hi, everyone! Welcome to the October New Release party for Our Daily Bread design!! You have GOT to see all of the amazing stamps, dies, and two new paper collections HERE! If you'd like a chance to win some goodies, please follow the instructions below:
Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 Gift Code to the ODBD Website just for commenting on the Design Team cards! You have until October 2, 2017 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win! The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on October 3rd so be sure to check back there to see if you won!
My first project is the September calendar page from a birthday calendar which I am working on....one page down, eleven more to go! :) The sunflower image and sentiment from 'Be A Sunflower' were stamped in Stazon Jet Black, then colored using both masking/sponging and with markers.Please click on the photo for a larger view.