Joining in this week at Muse Challenge # 107.
This is the Muse card for the week from Vicki Dutcher, love the papers and bold sentiment
I used most of my patterned paper stash from Lawn Fawn. Those colors make me happy 🙂
I used chipboard letters for my Hello sentiment, just add the right dimension I believe, plus a punched red heart for some additional pop of color.
And my take..
Also, entering this card too at Craft Your Passion, Challenge 251, Always Anything Goes.
I had the chance to play with some of my recently purchased craft supplies during the black Friday sale 🙂
I used Sweet Stamp Shop Too Hip stamp which has this cute Hippo 🙂 I colored him with promarker then fussy cut him and the hat. The frame is from a die company Lil’ Inker Designs that I’ve been eyeing for sometime now. Love those stitch details along the square edge.
Note that this card is also my take in Muse Card Challenge #97.
The muse for the challenge is from Therese Calvird and this is her card..
Now this is my take for the challenge..
For the background stamping, I used Paper Smooches Needle Little Love stamp for the stitched swirl and also added some die cut star vellum for some texture.
Quick & easy card to make.
Also entering this card to Sister Act Challenge #87, Anything Goes challenge.
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Today is the 15th, this means a new challenge is up at The Stamping Shack blog. This week’s challenge is a sketch challenge from co-DT Mary Pat.
For my card today, I have used an image called Pirate Girl from The Stamping Shack store. I colored her with Promarkers, cut the image around and placed the main image as per the sketch asked for. The button and hearts are all diecut.
I find the background paper I used too over powering so I put vellum to tone down the colors a bit.
I’m entering this card to Muse Challenge # 13 using the purple, pink and some green color combinations. The background flowers somehow reflects the flowers used in the Muse card.