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Hey, y'all! It has been about 3 1/2 years since I've updated my blog...I almost forgot how. So much has happened, and I'm sure I'll do a "catch-up" post, but for now, I have a fabulous baby girl card to share since they have all made their way to their destinations. Yes, I made 55 of these...and can I say...ONLY for my sister *grin*
I stamped this image from an old Stampin' Up set called Buggies & Booties in black ink and colored it with Copics. Which have been sitting in my closet for 3 years and are still in working order. Totally amazing. Anyway, here's a closer look:
And here's a semi-current photo of my boys and me. Caleb will be 16 next week, Cole is 13, and Dean is our newest addition. He's now 2 years old.
Anyway, there is so much I want to share, but I'll save it for another day...just wanted to say hi, and I'm BAAAAAACCCCKKK!!
Happy Wednesday, y'all! First of all, thank you all so much for the love you left on the blog hop...you made my week! And now it's time for another Simon Says Stamp Challenge
This week our challenge is We're so Trendy...to use chevrons, hexagons, and/or neon
on our creations. Here's my card:
I used the Quilt Cuts 1 Dies
from Wplus9 to cut hexagons from different patterns out of the Simple Stories Happy Day 6x6 pad
. I adhered them to a kraft panel, and attached that to another kraft piece with a larger border. I stamped the sentiment from the Year Round Sentiments
set from Hero Arts in Versamark and embossed in white on another kraft strip (yes, I have a kraft addiction...). The star is from the same set, and I added stamped stars inside the card as well. To finish it off, I added some Ocean Twine
from The Twinery. Since I was making this to brighten the day of a certain special guy, I couldn't make it too frilly. The sentiment is perfect, since that's what I call him. *wink* Here's a closer look:
Thanks so much for stopping by today...and don't forget to play along to win a fabulous prize! You can see all the details and other inspiration for the challenge on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog
Have a fabulous Wednesday!
Happy Thursday, y'all! I did some more stamping yesterday, and decided to play along with this week's Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge
Fun sketch, right? Here's what I created:
I pulled out Say it Loud
and heat embossed the sentiment in white. The strawberry is from Big Berries
, and I inked that up using the Rock and Roll technique and then added the stem before cutting the whole thing out. Here's a closer look:
Using a tracing wheel, I added the faux stitching to the edges of the panels and sponged some Tea Dye ink as well. To finish it off, I sprinkled on a few Bon Bons from Stamping Bella
...love those things!
Thanks so much for stopping by today...I hope you're having a fabulous week!
Happy Wednesday, y'all! I have the pleasure of being in the Designer Spotlight this month for the Simon Says Stamp
store, and they have some amazing things going on including a huge new STAMPtember™ release of fabulous stamps and dies! You can see them all HERE
.Simon Says Stamp was founded in 2002 with an interest in exclusively selling rubber stamps. It didn’t take long until we realized we couldn’t stop there. Over the past 10 years we celebrate rubber stamping in its full glory by giving access to people around the world to a one stop shop. Rubber stamps still remain the heart of our business and we are celebrating by hosting a STAMPtember™ event intended to inspire, educate, and celebrate the greatness of rubber stamping. Part of the enticement of rubber stamping is that stamps can be used in creating or complementing ANYTHING! From stamping dates on bank documents and postage parcels in the early 18th century, rubber stamping has dramatically expanded to include card making, scrapbooking, mixed media and many forms of altering and expressing art.
We are kicking off the STAMPtember™ festivities with a Design Team Blog Hop! The hop starts at the Simon Says Stamp Blog
, and you also have a chance along the way to win a shopping spree! Check out the details at the end of my post.
For our challenge this week, we are asking you to Put a STAMP On It
(you must use a stamp somewhere on your cards/creations NO DIGI'S allowed this week!) I am celebrating STAMPtember™ with, of course, a handmade, stamped card!
The finishing touch is a few self-adhesive rhinestones from my stash. THOSE make me happy!
Now...for the fun stuff...some prizes! Each of my teammates has a special handmade work of art to share with you and also more prizes along the way! Also, if you play along with the Put a STAMP On It! Challenge
, you could be the lucky winner of our GRAND PRIZE $100 Simon Shopping Spree!
In order to be eligible for any of the prizes you must complete the hop, leaving comments at all the blogs along the way AND enter the challenge. You can do it! We will announce the winners as soon as possible after the hop finishes at 8am EST on Wednesday, September 12th.
Thanks so much for stopping by today...next on the hop is Sarah, and I know she has something gorgeous for you. Have a fabulous week!
Happy Monday, y'all! It's my day to post on The Twinery Blog today, and I thought I'd share with you here as well! Today is our first day of school down here in Texas, and I wanted to make a card for Colton (who no longer wants to be known as Cole), my big 4th grader, to find in his binder tomorrow.I thought some Charcoal Twine would be pretty adorable as shoelaces, so I cut some gray panels trimmed in black and punched holes for the laces. A half circle works as the toe, and I added some stars on the sides and a cute little sentiment from the Shoot for the Stars set from Simon Says Stamp.
And a look at the inside:
NOW. I need you to settle an argument around here. The boys thought this looked nothing like a shoe, and said it looks like R2D2 upside down, wearing a vest. I need your thoughts! I told them I would take a poll and see what y'all said. *grin*
Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you have a fabulous Monday!
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