Hello, hello! Have yawl seen the fantastic new My Favorite release by Simon Says Stamp. So much fun stuff!! I have a project today featuring one of my favorite sets from the release Beautiful Ride.I just love this bike image so much and all the fun accessories that go with it. Today I added a cutie patootie puppy to the basket, but in real life I would totally put a monkey in there, lol.I added some soft ink blending to the bottom using Peacock Feathers and flicked some water on it using my Mini Mister. I colored all the images with Copics and popped them up with foam tape.Tomorrow will be a doozy of a blog hop so stay tuned for more inspiration! Until then, my friends, enjoy the little things:) Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hi there! I’m back with Mama Elephant highlighting the new Pix’s Favorites stamp set along with the new Framed Tags-Columbus Circle creative cuts.These sweet bunny images are just so cute. I colored mine with Copics and blended a soft background using Mama Elephant pigment inks.I framed the image using one of the dies from the Framed Tags-Columbus Circle creative cuts and then fussy cut the top sentiment and embossed the bottom one.Check out the Mama Elephant blog to see more inspiration using the adorable Pix’s Favorites stamp set. Thanks for looking!
Hi there! Today I have a fun project to share using the fun new Jungle Friends Card Kit by My Favorite Things.
I love the jungle theme in this kit. You need to check out the My Favorite Things blog to see all the interactive possibilities these cool Surf & Turf dies have to offer.
I used the Fun & Frolic pattern papers in the kit to make party hats for my jungle animals and stamped a sentiment from the Jungle Friends stamp set.Here’s a video to show you how I created my card.Check out the My Favorite Things blog for more information on the Jungle Friends Card Kit. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hello! I’m back again with Mama Elephant highlighting the gorgeous new Organic Blooms stamp set.I colored the flowers with Copics, fussy cut them out and combined the Hello Script creative cut along with one of the sentiments from Organic Blooms.
I adhered a few “hello” die cuts together with spray adhesive for some thickness and popped up the panel above a strip of True Black striped pattern paper for contrast.
Check out the Mama Elephant blog to see more projects featuring the Organic Blooms stamp set. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hi there! Today I’m joining Mama Elephant to highlight the new Monster Jam stamp set from their April release.I masked the Hillside Cover creative cut to blend in several distress inks and after flicked a little water using my Mini Mister. I colored the little monsters with Copics and added the balloon from the Framed Tags-Columbus Circle creative cuts. I tied some silver thread to the balloon and adhered it to the monster’s hands with a teeny tiny drop of glossy accents. The sentiments are embossed in Liquid Platinum Gold.Check out the Mama Elephant blog to see more project using this cute new Monster Jam stamp set. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Welcome to the Mama Elephant Design Team blog hop!
Our newest release is now live and available for purchase in the store!
My project features the adorable new Pix’s Favorites designed by one of my favorite designers Pamela Ho.
I used the new Hillside Cover Creative Cuts for the background and blended in Peacock Feathers, Cracked Pistachio and Twisted Citron. I used the balloon die from the Framed Tags – Columbus Circle Creative Cuts and blended in Abandoned Coral, Spiced Marmalade & Squeezed Lemonade.These bunnies are so sweet! I colored them with Copics and added a sentiment from the new Organic Blooms.
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Hello there! Just popping in with some fun note cards & treat boxes using the new May Card Kit by Simon Says Stamp.The Happy Days stamp set included in the kit has the cutest images & sentiments perfect for making thoughtful teacher appreciation note cards.
I can’t even get over the gorgeous plaid pattern papers included in the kit by Lawn Fawn. You know how I feel about plaid, right. It’s up there almost with dark chocolate in my book of things to live for.I used the We R Memory Keepers Punch Board to make these cute little boxes with the plaid papers to put some chocolates in them, and I’ll have my kids send them to school for their teachers. The question it: will the chocolate still be in the box when the teacher gets it?
My kids have so many teachers that need to be appreciated. One example is my Charlie. Poor thing broke his arm yesterday. Gotta love boys and their stunts on the stairs. His sweet teacher sat down with him and helped him finish his assignments as he is struggling to hold a pencil. His teacher deserves a big ol chocolate truffle…and a nap:)Such a fun, fun kit this month. Check out the Simon Says Stamp blog to see more info about this month’s kit. Thanks so much for stopping by!