Hi everyone. It's time for another challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week our challenge is the use the following graphic. Since graduations are now happening - decided to go a head a make a few that I'm sure to need. I used the right ...

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Hi everyone. It's time for another challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week our challenge is the use the following graphic.


Since graduations are now happening - decided to go a head a make a few that I'm sure to need. I used the right hand column on the TTT board. The sentiment and cap/scroll are heat embossed with clear embossing powder so that I could color the cap with Copic markers. 


There's a new challenge every week over at  The House That Stamps Built, and you don't have to use Repeat Impressions stamps to link up or win. Also, for my blog readers: Enjoy the 10% discount code to the Repeat Impressions Store posted on the sidebar.



One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate on the first Wednesday of every month – Good luck!



Also, check out our Rock Star blogs to see what they did with the challenge.












 
      
 


Black and white rose


Hello. Playing in the Double D challenge today. However, my rose is singular.


Rose stamp is from Gray Wolf Graphics. I had several of these images stamped up and coloring them up.  When I looked at one not colored, and wow, it looked pretty awesome not colored. So, off and running I went with the black and white theme here. The sentiment is from Raisin Boat, black and white striped paper is from MFT and the dies are from Technique Tuesday.

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Just because - DCC things with wings


Hi everyone. It's time for another challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week we are welcoming back Patti to the rock star team. She volunteered to start her return off with a bang and her designer choice this week is: Things with wings.


I created the background using distress oxide inks. I applied cracked pistachio and salty ocean onto my glass mat and added water, then ran my cardstock through it a couple of times. I like what came of it - kind of looks like water. To add further dimension, I splattered on some black marker using the TH splatter tool, then decided to add bigger white paint splatters. I did add some sparkle to the dragonfly wings using the spectrum noir sparkle brush marker. 


There's a new challenge every week over at  The House That Stamps Built, and you don't have to use Repeat Impressions stamps to link up or win. Also, for my blog readers: Enjoy the 10% discount code to the Repeat Impressions Store posted on the sidebar.



One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate on the first Wednesday of every month – Good luck!



Also, check out our Rock Star blogs to see what they did with the challenge.













Thanks for stopping by!
      
 


Sketch time - Just because


Hi everyone. It's time for another challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week our challenge is the use the following sketch graphic.


OK - full disclosure on this one - the black photo corner is covering up a major goof! The black nuvo drops were NOT quite dry and I ended up putting my thumb right in it - causing a major smear. So, I decided to cover it up instead of starting all over again. Pft. I hate it when that happens!



There's a new challenge every week over at  The House That Stamps Built, and you don't have to use Repeat Impressions stamps to link up or win. Also, for my blog readers: Enjoy the 10% discount code to the Repeat Impressions Store posted on the sidebar.



One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate on the first Wednesday of every month – Good luck!



Also, check out our Rock Star blogs to see what they did with the challenge.










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Project of the week - alcohol inks

Hello. It's my turn over at The House That Stamps Built for project of the week. I played around with some alcohol inks and the lift ink to create these two cards.


I have two lift ink pads somewhere, but they are temporarily lost inside in a box, out in the garage from moving. So, I improvised with the reinker and made my own pad using cut and dry stamp pad felt. Worked like a charm.

I used glossy paper and purple, blue and pearl alcohol inks and randomly spread them across the paper. I also used some ink blending solution to move the inks around until I liked what I had. Then I inked up the Flower Power Frame (10202-Q) and stamped it on the purple background. Then stamp again onto another piece of cardstock. 

I cut a circle out of the center for my Hello sentiment and inlayed it back in with coordinating cardstock. The outer panels are adhered to the card base with foam tape. I really like the clean and simple look of the top one. 

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