Happy Wednesday!!! Here is my quick card for todays Splitcoaststampers sketch challenge. It was a fun challenge, but I wanted something more clean and simple. :) I used an adorable new storybook stamp set from Avery Elle that I received tonight when I got home about an hour ago. LOL!! :-) I absolutely love it! I colored the deer and butterfly with my copic markers. I added some wink of stella glitter to the butterfly and ground.
Happy Tuesday! Just a little 4"x4" card for todays Splitcoaststampers color challenge! At first I was a little worried about what I was going to create using the blue, red, and orange pallet. I quickly remembered the paisley stamp that I just received yesterday from Wplus9! Oh my goodness!! I LOVE IT!!! I think it turned out so cute and fun! I forgot to add a sentiment so I decided to add a piece of vellum with the embossed greeting across the front! :)
I hope you like it and if you're interested in the supplies to make this card please use the links below!
Happy Thursday! I couldn't sleep so I thought I would do a little crafting in between working. I wanted to make an oval card, but wouldn't you know I couldn't find any of my actual plain oval die cuts. So I just used what I could find. LOL! Super simple and all glitter! LOVE it! I've been hoarding the glitter papers forever!! Love them!
Have a great day!
Hugs & Smiles!
Stamps: NONe Paper: Glitter paper Ink: NONE Accessories: Big shot, 3 die cuts, dimensional tape
Happy Wednesday! Here is my card for today's sketch challenge. I love how it turned out. I wanted something more clean and simple. I used versamark to stamp the hello friend and the little circle heart. Did some heat embossing with some white embossing detailed powder.
Happy Wednesday! I hope everyone is have a blessed week! Tonight my hubby and little guy passed out at the same time! LOL! So I decided I would go ahead and try todays SplitcoastStampers challenge! :) Wednesday's are sketch challenges so I decided it would be fun.
I have been obsessed with the quilting technique Dawn McVay shared with us... I believe it was earlier this week. LOL! My brain is gone. I decided to try it with 1"x1" squares and on a smaller scale. I love how it turned out!! A super fun technique that is simple! :)