Hi there! Can you believe it’s already Day 9 of our STAMPtember® festivities? Time is flying by and today we are celebrating an adorable collaboration set designed by Reverse Confetti for Simon Says Stamp called Forest Friends.
I’m in love with these sweet images! I simply stamped them with Intense Black ink, colored them with Copics and fussy cut them out. I masked off the ground with post-it tape and blended in Scattered Straw & Cracked Pistachio for the background.
Check out the Simon Says Stamp blog for more information on this cutie patootie Forest Friends set as well as more exciting STAMPtember® giveaways! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hi there! Today I’m sharing this project over on the Neat & Tangled blog for their collaboration week with Cosmo Cricket.For my background I used the Cosmo Cricket resist pen with the Pentagon stencil, tracing the inside of each shape onto watercolor cardstock.
Then I painted over the resist using several of the Swatch Sticks. I dabbed the color onto an acrylic block and then painted with my waterbrush.
I added the adorable skunk from Little Stinker along with several little dots of Glacier White enamel accentsGlacier White enamel accents.
Check out the Neat & Tangled blog for more information on the fun giveaway for this week’s collaboration. Cosmo Cricket also has a prize to share, so be sure to stop by and check them out on Facebook and Instagram. Thank so much for stopping by!
Hi there! Today I’m sharing this project over on the Concord & 9th blog featuring the Give Thanks stamp set as well as the Thanks Card die.I used partial die cutting on the Thanks Card die to make it into a “one-piece”. It’s easy to do and gives the die so much more mileage. I popped it up over a colorful border of stamped wheat.
Thanks so much to Concord & 9th for having me! Check out their blog to see more amazing inspiration! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hi there! STAMPtember® is now in full swing and there’s no slowin’ down! Today is the most adorable collab set designed by Lawn Fawn for Simon Says Stamp called Happy Howlidays.
I always adore the Lawn Fawn images and this one just put me right over the edge! I mean, “Dachshund Through the Snow?” Absolutely genius idea with these cutie patootie pups and their reindeer get-up.
Check out Rudolf’s nose, though. Seriously, have you tried the Ranger Enamel Accents? I had a weak moment a while ago and bought every color. I know! I’m not one to splurge like that, but I will tell you what, I’m in love! LOVE! The colors are spectacular and the consistency is spot on! They make the perfect little noses and ornaments for Christmas trees, too! Check out the Simon Says Stamp blog for more info on the adorable collaboration. Thanks so much for stopping by!