This card is for the glitter/shimmer/patterned paper challenges at Mod Squad and Simon Says. I started out with patterned paper and added glitter to all the flowers. The princess image and sentiment are from My Favorite Things. The image was colored with Copics and the Wink Of Stella glitter pen was used over the image. (It really shimmers!) The frame was cut from MFT Die-namics Stitched Rectangle Frames. The sentiment was cut with MFT Die-namics BluePrints 27.
This card is being entered in the following challenges:
Mod Squad “All that Glitters” – http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.com/2016/06/all-that-glitters.html
Simon Says “Add Some Shimmer” – http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-add-some-shimmer/
Simon Says ” Use Patterned Papers” – http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/?p=5553
This card was made for my in-laws who had to put their cat down.
The image is from RSP out of Honolulu. It was stamped with Versamark and heat-embossed in black. The sentiment is from Endless Creations. The dies are from My Favorite Things Die-namics – Blue Prints 13, Stitched Jumbo Fishtail STAX, and Stitched Rectangle STAX.
This card is being entered into the following Challenge:
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge – Animal Magic – http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-animal-magic/
This card is for the Art Impressions Challenge – “Aging with Attitude” – http://artimpressionsstamps.blogspot.com/2016/06/challenge-186-aging-with-attitude-week-2.html
I just love these ladies and that sentiment cracks me up. The image and sentiment are from Art Impressions “Dare To Be Fabulous” set.
The image on this card is from the MFT stamp set “The Whole Herd”. The wire background was done with an embossing folder and sponged with SU More Mustard ink. The splatters are from an old stamp I found called “Splatter Pattern” by All Night Media. The round “Happy Birthday” is from the Stamp Doctor. Background was die cut using MFT Blue Prints 13 and Die-namics Stitched Circle STAX. Added some bright yellow ribbon and enamel dots.
This card is being entered in the following Challenges:
MFT Sketch Challenge 285 – http://www.cardchallenges.com/2016/06/wednesday-sketch-challenge-sketch-285.html
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge – “Animal Magic” – http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-animal-magic/
This card is for my in-laws who are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary.
The flowers on this card are made with Heartfelt Creations “Botanical Rose” stamps and the “Botanical Wings” dies. The flowers were shaped with the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit. They were colored with Brilliance Inks in Rocket Red Gold and Pearlescent Orchid. The flower centers were made with Art Glitter – Gala Glitz Black. The sentiment is from Gina K. Designs “All Occasion Greeting.” The cover die is from My Favorite Things “Stitched Cover Up Companion – Horizontal.”
This card is being entered into the Mod Squad Challenge – Wedded Bliss – http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.com/2016/06/wedded-bliss.html
This card was made for the My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge 284. The images are from the MFT Snuggle Bunnies stamp set and colored with Copic markers. The sentiment is from the MFT Birthday Bears set and stamped with Stampin’ Up Orchid Opulence ink. The sentiment and background dies are from MFT Die-namics Blueprints 13. The circle die is from MFT Die-namics Stitched Circles. The square die is from Our Daily Bread Designs.
This is for the MFT Sketch Challenge 284 – http://www.cardchallenges.com/2016/06/wednesday-sketch-challenge-sketch-284.html
This card was made for the Mod Squad “Repeat After Me” Challenge. The challenge was to use the same stamp at least 3 times. I used the giraffe stamp from Stamps by Judith. The sentiment is also from Stamps by Judith. The images were colored with watercolor pencils and covered with Glossy Accents. The dies are from My Favorite Things – Blueprints 27 and Blueprints 13. The hearts were cut from the Stampin’ Up Owl punch.
Mod Squad Challenge: http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.com/2016/06/repeat-after-me.html