Decided to jump back into stamping and play along in a challenge with the Mod Squad Challenge Blog's challenge hosted by Donna to include a doily. I didn't go to Grandma's Attic but rather to my stash and found a paper doily and decided to begin making Thanksgiving cards. My card includes Theresa Momber's Heartfelt stamp set for Gina K Designs. Also used Gina K's Pure Luxury pure ivory and honey mustard cardstock as well as Gina's Autumn Landscape designer paper pack. A few misc.…Continue
Finished off a card for the Mod Squad Challenge Blog's Patriotic Thank You Challenge made with very little stamping. Punched out some circles and stars used Gina K's rocket red, in the navy and pure white cardstock, cuttlebug's star embossing folder and a sentiment from Quite a Catch. Simple but kind of cute, too. …Continue
Decided to play along with the Triple Time Stamping challenge hosted by Judy Woodland over at the Mod Squad Challenge Blog challenge. I really do enjoy this technique and have used it a few times. This time, however, I decided to do a scene and I may have gone a little overboard on my birds....a little Alfred Hitchcock. This one's going to my son in law for being a great dad to my two wonderful little grandchildren. …Continue
:Playing along with the Spring Color Challenge over at the Mod Squad Challenge Blog. I used Gina K's Pure Luxury cardstock in Turquoise Sea, Wild Lilac and Pure White as well as the designer paper from the Shabby Spring paper pack. I probably should whisper and not even post that my stamp is from Inky Antics. Yikes I feel guilty posting it here.
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This week's Mod Squad Blog Challenge was to use three bright spring colors and create your own background paper using stamps. I decided to use the large flower from Melanie Muenchinger's A Year of Flowers 2 stamp set and do an emboss resist technique for my patterned paper . The spring colors I chose were honey…Continue