I don't remember who I cased for this idea from Stampin' Connections. They made a dark basket but one night Angelica, Sarah and I tried it and we came up with this kraft basket cut from the oval scallop die and then stamped with the Sanded background stamp. The Certainly Celery card is stamped with the Inspired by Nature grass stamp. The new easter bunny in chocolate chip looks almost edible! All the DSP easter eggs are from last year Sale-a-bration catalogue. This was really fun to make! Enjoy this week's challenge!
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Monday, March 29, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I haven't used glitter since Christmas. This week's challenge for Stampin' Royalty is to get glitter happy. I stamped the skateboarder with Versemark and then used Heat and Stick powder to get the orange glitter to stick. I used a sticky strip to get the brown glitter to stick to the "sidewalk." Then I used Crystal Effects to stick the green glitter to the tree and to add Dazzling Diamonds to the cloud. This card looks nicer in real life but it was fun to experiment with different ways of applying glitter. Hope you enjoy this challenge!
Monday, March 22, 2010
Friday, March 19, 2010
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
I like to make a birthday card for each of my Grade One students on their special day. These little bears are so cute and Pixie Pink goes well with Rich Razzleberry cardstock background and ribbon. The DSP circle is from the free Sale-a-bration Welcome Neighbor pad.
Monday, March 15, 2010
This is my entry for this week's Stampin' Royalty all green. I was inspired by a shadow box in the catalog. The card is Certainly Celery and the main part of the card is Always Artichoke. The flower is tissue paper stamped with Certainly Celery in polka dots. The background is the stamp from the baroque set. I think this card would look great in a lot of colors.