Hello there! Today I am very excited to join the Rainbow Card Challenge. My lovely and extremely talented friend Dawn Woleslagle from WPlus9 tagged Shari Carroll & I to join in the fun and I wholeheartedly accepted. I mean, really, rainbows? Do you even have to ask?
I used the lovely Wild Beauty stamp set and colored the embossed blooms with several different Zig Clean Color markers…in rainbow order, obviously:)
I die cut a window opening using one of the Nested Circle dies and stamped a sentiment from Many Thanks.
Here’s a video to show you how I created my card.
I am tagging two of my favorite people to join in the fun as well: Kristina Werner & Debby Hughes. Anyone is welcome to join in the challenge…no rules, no deadlines…just fun! Make sure and check out Dawn’s incredible rainbow projects, too. Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Hi there! Just popping in with one last Reverse Confetti project featuring the new May release.I blended several distress inks on both the Big Stripes cover plate & balloon from Box ‘n Balloons. I adhered both with foam tape, angling & cropping the cover plate off to the side. Then I stamped & colored that cute giraffe from Lift Me Up with Copics.
After stamping the sentiment, I tied some silver thread to the balloon and adhered it to the giraffe’s mouth with a teeny drop of glossy accents. Such a great release by Reverse Confetti and I’ve had a great time as their guest designer for May. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hi there! Today I’m sharing a card for the latest Sketch For You to Try challenge by Reverse Confetti. As you can see, I turned the sketch on it’s side and used several of the new May release products.I used the new Candles ‘n Confetti stamps & dies as well as the Linked Garland. I also embossed a sentiment from the Celebrations stamp set. I used my Gansai Tambi paints to flick some black & white specks on the background.
The Sketch challenge is open until May 29th. One winner will receive a $20 gift certificate to the Reverse Confetti shop. Winners will be announced on the 30th on the Reverse Confetti blog. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hi there! I’m back with Mama Elephant highlighting the fun new Calli Letters stamp set.This set is so gorgeous and perfect for creating any custom sentiment you can imagine. Here I combined it with the adorable panda from Incoming Mail and made a shape card using the Pizazz Pieces dies.
Check out the Mama Elephant blog to see more projects featuring the new Calli Letters stamp set. Thanks so much for looking!
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Hi there! Just popping in to share a recap of my May release projects for Neat & Tangled. Such a fun release with so many awesome new products!The May release is now live and available for purchase at the Neat & Tangled shop!
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To celebrate their GRAND OPENING – Kennedy Grace Creations will be giving away 3 random winners $25.00 gift certificates to our Online Store.
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First up we have the beautiful and talented:
Thank you so much for stopping by today I hope you love our Grand Opening Release party!!
Hi there! I’m back with Neat & Tangled highlighting the fun new Journaling Alpha dies as well as the Big Top Birthday stamp set.These fun new products will be available on Friday, May 20th at 8am EST.
I love the font of these Journaling Alpha dies. They are perfect for customizing a name or sentiment on your cards. I die cut four of each letter and stacked them up using spray adhesive.
First I stamped the images and masked them with full sticky post-it notes. Then I blended in some distress inks and added flicks of water. I colored the images with Copics, adhered the letters and stamped the sentiment to finish it off. I’m in love with these adorable circus images. How about that donut balloon? Love.
Check out the Neat & Tangled blog to see more of the May release and hear about today’s fun giveaway! Thanks so much for stopping by