So I found another little kit in my stash…paper and embellishments from goodness knows how long ago. This one was a Gossamer Blue planner kit. I don’t do planners, so I created a few cards with the DP and a few embellishments instead.
The stamp is from YNS and I just added a bit of copic coloring and some glossy accents to the balloon. The sparkly bling is from Stampin UP.
Our theme this week is : Kiddy Cards (card for a kid, image of a kid or kid’s things like toys, games, etc)
This is a pretty easy challenge, given that we have halloween coming up, who doesn’t love to see cute kids in costumes, right? All the details are on the blog!
So I am using an adorable image from Fred She Said. You know I love precolored digis, so this one is just adorable. It does also come in a naked (ie b&w, or non colored) format as well. I think it is Nolan & the Bullfrog
I just used some scraps from my bin and added just some twine and a few sequins. I wanted to keep it pretty simple to highlight the image. I hope you like it!
I am using a S&S image this week called Wilson. Ok, I think he is adorable and this one actually comes with a couple of friends! It also comes in pre-colored and black and white.
For my card, I used the pre-colored image and paired it with the Tim Holtz Crazy birds accessories dies. I used the little party hat and the balloons. The DP is just some scraps left over from my stash and I used a bit of twine for the strings. I love how it turned out
I hope you will stop by the blog and play along with us this week. We can’t wait to see what you create!
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This week I am using a digital stamp from Bugaboo!
This is a fabulous birthday cake stamp is handy to use for a quick birthday card and just some scraps from your basket. This week I am pairing my anything goes theme at Penny’s with the Mojo Monday sketch. Again, a really great sketch that you can use with scraps and just knock out a quick and fun card!
I just used some pieces from my scrap bucket (I even found some teal burlap in there to match my paper). I colored the image just using my Sharpies this week and I added some stickles to every other layer, to bring in the sparkle from the chevron multi colored paper. I also used my spellbinders to die cut.
I hope you like it and don’t forget to check out the blog for the other great projects from the DT and to play along with our anything goes challenge (it couldn’t be easier!).
So I get the monthly Paper Pumpkin kit from Stampin’ Up. I’m not 100% sold on it yet (it’s been since September) but can’t quite bring myself to cancel. It’s been hit and miss for me.
The December kit was a desk calendar kit. Ya, not my thing. So with the help of Pinterest, I found some great card ideas instead!
We have a challenge at Use Your Stuff this week which is Flowers! Perfect. The kit has some great flowery bits that I could use! Take a look!
They actually turned out great! Thank you to those totally creative individuals on Pinterest!
These are the rest of the cards I made with the kit!
All the sequins and butterflies (using the Butterflies thinlits from Stampin’ Up) were from my stash as were some of the sentiments but much of the cards were from the kit.
I think they turned out well! Now, make sure you stop by the Use Your Stuff blog this week and join in our challenge. The DT has created some fabulous projects and a lot of our new team has joined in the fun!
is in the house…well kind of. Our theme this week at RCS is to use superheroes! We are supporting breast cancer month and all of those real live superheros that battle a disease or personal hardship each and every day! We salute you. We want to see your projects that salute the superheros you love, fictional or real!
I had a bit of a struggle with this challenge until I went to trusty ol Pinterest and found a great source of inspiration. I found a great card to case, and I of course cannot find where it was I got it from, so if it looks familiar and you know who the source is, please let me know so I can give credit where credit is due!
In a unique step for me, almost my whole card was made using just cardstock. Only a small strip of DP was used. I hope you like it and please, come and play along with us!