The stamps on this card are reminiscent of DaVinci’s work. It’s a beautiful collection at Seaside Stampin’! Check them out!
The background is a polished stone beauty with green, yellow and tangerine. Great color combo courtesy of the ladies at Creative Sketches.
Seaside Stampin’ Ink rubber stamps
Ranger alcohol ink and dye ink
Border and corner punches
This is your friendly reminder to play along in this week’s challenge #52 at Michelle Perkett Studio’s blog.
The theme is “Under the Sea”, so take out your “sea” worthy images from Michelle or go pick some up at her Etsy store.
You have until Monday night!
Here’s one to hopefully inspire you to create a project:
Michelle Perkett Rubber Stamp available at Faerie Song Art Stamps
Crafter’s Workshop stencil
P K Glitz Ritzy Ditzy Glitz
Sketch from Creative Sketches for CS05 challenge
Such a fun image from Meljen’s digital stamps to combine with this week’s Play Date Cafe’s color challenge to use pale blue, light mint green and beige. That is such a gorgeous color combo for ice cream! Doesn’t it remind you of cotton candy, pistachio, and coffee flavored frozen treats?? YUM!
I enjoyed making a tag bookmark as a change from card making. I used a new Stampin’ Up border punch for one of the first times – don’t the little hearts match the digi stamp well? That ribbon matches EXACTLY!!! Couldn’t believe it when I found it in my stash. Oh, and the eyelet – remember those??? How many do you still have in YOUR stash?? 🙂
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Meljen’s digital stamp
Glitter gel pen
Eyelet, ribbon and border punch
Ok, I couldn’t resist this little guy when I saw him at Meljen’s store. Isn’t he cute?
It seemed to be the perfect image for the Halloween challenge this week (#28) AND using this week’s sketch from Creative Sketches. A match well made!
Couldn’t go wrong with using Copics for coloring and My Mind’s Eye paper for the background.
Meljen’s Designs digital stamp, Witchy Little Gnome
My Mind’s Eye paper
Creative Sketches CS01