Hello again! After I posted last night, I was ready to get in my craft room to try to come up with a card for the Lawnscaping Challenge: Create a Background.
Yesterday I bought the Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad Mini Kit #1 and a Versamark Emboss Ink Pad and I REALLY wanted to use both with this card. For this challenge, I had to create my own background using stamps. I went with Lawn Fawn’s Sophie’s Sentiments and used the little happy face, flower, and heart.
I created the background with the distress inks, and used white embossing powder for the pattern. I cut the sides with Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Scallop Border and the sentiment with Scripty Hello in three different colors. The background was then added to the card with foam tape.
I’m very happy with how it came out and I can’t wait to submit more cards to the Lawnscaping Challenges!
I’m really happy with how the card came out and I look forward to submitting more cards to the Lawnscaping Challenges.
Muah! Smooch! Or as my husband and I like to text each other, Kiss Kiss! I love love love the shape of lips! I thought about using lips as my “signature” on the back of my cards but I didn’t because 1. I hardly have any (lips) and 2. I never wear lipstick. But even though I’m so plain Jane, I can’t help but buy lipstick when I pass the MAC makeup counter at the mall. The colors are just so gorgeous! It’s like I’m a kid in a candy store!
So of course I was excited to use one of my “lips” stamps for a Valentine’s Day card. I decided to submit this card to the Make It Monday Challenge.
Part of the challenge is to use at least one Papertrey Ink item and use homemade foam stickers. The paper, ink, and rectangle die are from Papertrey Ink. I made the XOXO foam stickers with black glitter paper and foam paper I bought at my local Hobby Lobby. I cut them out with Lawn Fawn alphabet dies and my cuttlebug. The stamp, Kiss #127C by Rubber Stamped, was also bought at Hobby Lobby (a couple of years ago). Super simple but sweet!
Today I decided to play with a Paper Smooches stamp set, Spectrum, which I think is such a cute stamp set. I’ve been waiting for a good reason to use it and then I realized my niece has a birthday this month!
I have a couple of Copic markers and even though I’m not that good at coloring, I want to try to use them more often. If I’m going to color in a stamp, I’ll stamp it more than once in case I mess up on the coloring.
I also stamped and die cut a couple of clouds and stamped a star burst. I also used my new Tim Holtz stencil for the background and I finished off the card with clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh and a Lawn Fawn sentiment.
Hopefully the birthday girl will love it!