Smiling while Stamping

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Get Inked

Hi everyone!  Today I have a card for Patricia's Get Inked Hope You Can Cling To challenge on SCS>  She wants us to drip or spray liquid ink so our cardstock gets inked with dots or spots.  I used my Ice Rink Smooches Spritz for this card, I sprayed the ink but held it at an angle so I could get more dots on the paper,  I ran into this old old stamp I have and thought it would be perfect for sending to the hospital.  And to go with the theme the sentiment panel is tilted.
I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for stopping by today!

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Monday, October 20, 2014

Get Smooshed

Hi everyone!  Today I have a card for Julie's Get Smooshed Hope You Can Cling To challenge.  I used the Ink, Spray, Smash Technique for my background but I had to improvise, I only have Aduribdack reinkers.  I randomly dropped a little ink on my craft sheet, sprinkled the blending solution and smashed my glossy cardstock over the top.  I was only able to do one sheet, I tried a second but the color was very light.  I cut out my Merry Christmas die, glued it and added a tiny green rhinestone on the "i".
I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for stopping by today!

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Keeping Connected

Hi everyone!  Today's card is for the Keeping Connected Hope You Can Cling To challenge on SCS.  I pulled out my embossing paste, embossing powder and ring cluster stencil along with my Just A Note stamp set from Paper Smooches.  Along the side of of the embossing paste panel I added score lines, the card needed something and that seemed perfect!
I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for stopping by today!

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Friday, October 17, 2014

Soft & Cozy

Hi everyone!  Today I have a card for Natalie's Soft & Cozy Hope You Can Cling To challenge on SCS.  She would like us to use fabric, felt, something soft and cozy.  I used my tree die to cut out the felt, I added rhinestones randomly along with in between the sentiment at the bottom.  I added a strip of washi tape along the left side.
I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for stopping by today!

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Steps


Hi everyone!  Today's card is for Kim's Hope You Can Cling To challenge to use a step technique or create steps.  I made steps by using various stamps, starting with the smallest and lining up to the right, I then added a row of clear gems to carry out the theme by adding it longer to the left.  I found this pretty ribbon in my stash, it shines so pretty irl!
I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for stopping by today!

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