Here’s another card to meet a Virtual Stamp Night challenge at Splitcoaststampers, Dogs & Cats. The animals are from Stampin’ Up! stamp set, Every Little Bit and the sentiment and wooden hearts are from Simon Says Stamp‘s March 2013 Card Kit set. The sketch is from Clean & Simple Stamping FTL258.
More fun with the Virtual Stamp Night challenges at Splitcoaststampers! This one was to create a card using an image of something up and down. I thought fireworks were the perfect example of this! I used the Simon Says Stamp July 2013 club set with the Clean&Simple Stamping sketch FTL257.
I’ve been having some fun at the Virtual Stamp Night at Splitcoaststampers with the theme of “Opposites” for the event. This challenge was to create 2 mini cards with a his and hers theme. The cake is from Stampin’ Up! and the numbers in the side bar are from one of the monthly kits at Simon Says Stamp June 2013. The sketch is using the Clean&Simple Stamping FTL256.
Stampin’ Up! had a great set from Sale-a-bration called Patterned Occasions. I find myself reaching for this set more lately as the sentiment & image are together in one image. Ink and stamp. How simple is that?
I used the Clean & Simple Stamping sketch FTL#252, the CAS-ual Fridays challenge CFC111 to use buttons and the 2nd challenge at Opposites Attract Virtual Stamp Night at Splitcoaststampers. The challenge was a cool one – use the same stamp set to make a masculine and feminine card by just changing the colors and embellishments. I knew the elephant would work great!
Another cute card with the Simon Says Stamp July 2013 card kit stamp set. I used the Clean & Simple Stamping sketch FTL#251:
Stampin’ Up! has a great new stamp and punch combo for card making. I’ve used it in combination with the Simon Says Stamp July 2013 card kit items. Check out the Clean & Simple Stamping sketch #250 also used to make this card!
Crafters Digital Art Center (CDAC) has a really fun progressive challenge that is sponsored by different artists each time. This image is from Shelly’s Images and can be found on her site.
My card uses her image colored using Copics and the sketch from Clean & Simple Stamping #232. I used a little washi tape to back the handwritten sentiment. Thanks for stopping by!
The sketches at Clean & Simple Stamping‘s blog are just great! You can go CAS or add more detail if you want! Using Tweety Jill’s papers and stamps, another CAS card came together and looks great! This card uses sketch #224 from the Clean & Simple Stamping blog.