Good morning friends! Today the theme at Love's Rubber Stamp Challenge is Anything But a Card. I had this adorable little notebook that I had found at a $1 spot, that I decorated with some stamps and dies from My Favorite Things.
I colored the little girl from the Out on a Limb set with Copic markers and cut her out. For her dress, I first colored it solid pink and then I made some dots with my blender pen. After they dried, I colored in the white spaces with different colors. The little butterfly is a die from the Notched Tag DieNamics set, and the sentiment is stamped on a banner from the First Place Award DieNamics set.
You can find all the info on today's challenge on the Love's Rubber Stamp Challenge Blog. I hope you'll join us!!
Out on a Limb - MFT
Happy Thoughts - MFT
Notched Tag and First Place Award Ribbon DieNamics - MFT
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
I'm back today with a flowery birthday card for this week's Loves Rubberstamps blog challenge! This week the theme is May Flowers so, of course, I pulled out my Pretty Poppies set by My Favorite Things! Be sure to check the Loves Rubberstamps challenge blog for details!
Stamps: Pretty Poppies
Ink: Kraft, Sour Apple, Orange Fizz (MFT), Memento Black
Cardstock: Kraft, Orange Fizz, Whip Cream (MFT)
Accessories: Fishtail Flag Layers Die-Namics, Button, Pearls, Sponge, Seam Binding Ribbon, Gold Cord, Stickles, Pop Dots, Sewing Machine
Thursday, May 09, 2013
I had so much fun watercoloring my Farmer Girl last night, that I decided to try this little sweetheart today. I thought that she would be perfect for the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge that closes tomorrow night. I used the Make a Wish set, the Farm Fence DieNamics, the scallop from the Blueprints 3 DieNamics, and a sentiment from Happy Thoughts.... all from MFT. Cardstock colors are Orange Fizz, Sour Apple, Whip Cream and Kraft, plus some MME patterned paper and a piece or two of watercolor paper. Watercoloring was done using Tombow and SU markers.
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I just realized that I need a Mother's Day card by tomorrow! Eek! One day when Mom and I were talking she mentioned that she was always a tomboy when she was little and loved to be outside. I thought she might like this new little MFT Farmer Girl! :) I used the colors from this weeks Color Throwdown challenge as a jumping off point, and lots of MFT goodies... Blueprints 1 DieNamics for the stitched layer, Blueprints 3 DieNamics for the little valance, the Graduated Dots Stencil sponged in Kraft Ink on the Whip Cream cardstock, a Leaf Filled Flourish and the little Farmer Girl set!
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