Faerie Song Art Stamps
Happy Tuesday! Ready for a new challenge at the Michelle Perkett Studio blog?
This week’s challenge involves something that so many of us use, flowers!
—–>Use flowers plus an image from Michelle’s Store
and you’ve got it! Pretty straight forward and I bet it’s one you can make very quickly.
Here’s some inspiration for you –
Michelle Perkett Studio Daydream Fantasies digital stamp
P K Glitz glitter
Sakura Crystal Lacquer
Faerie Song Art Stamps saying
I love making cards!
It’s Virtual Stamp Night this weekend on Splitcoast Stampers, so I thought that I would indulge myself in some stamping just for the fun of it.
So, VSN has various challenges under this month’s theme of You Make My Heart Sing. The hostesses are extremely creative with their challenges all relating back to the main theme. Great job ladies!
Here is another card with many more to come:
Faerie Song Art Stamps rubber stamps
BasicGrey patterned paper and stickers
Yes, I’m addicted to ATCs – Artist Trading Cards. They are 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ and can have any design on them. I trade every other month with a local club and it’s a great time to get together, chat, eat lunch and trade! That’s one of the super FUN things about ATCs, you always trade and never sell them!
I came across these little mini mailboxes at Target in the DOLLAR SPOT, yes only $1! I usually see them around Valentine’s Day, so I grab at least 10 to stash my ATCs in throughout the year. I must decorate each one, OF COURSE! That’s half the fun! The colors that I’ve seen are white, red, pink, metallic pink, silver and a mauve-ish color. It’s all good because it’s super easy to change the look by adding patterned paper, paint or glitter.
Search for “mini mailbox” in the box to the right or click this link to see some other designs in my mini mailbox collection.
Today’s project is using some digital and rubber stamps from Michelle Perkett Studio. There’s a new challenge on Michelle’s blog that you should check out and enter to win free digital stamps!
—->> check it out on the Challenge Blog, due Monday, January 31st.
To make this mini mailbox project, I made background paper using the LOVE word and printing on patterned paper. I then rubber stamped the Ballerina Fairy, colored her with Copic markers and cut her out. I adhered the background paper around the middle of the mailbox and punched 2 borders that I wrapped over each side of the LOVE paper. I added the fairy and a bunch of bling-y hearts and flowers! As a finishing touch, I used my Dymo labeler to make the “my ATCs” tag near the fairy’s leg. Cute isn’t she?
SEI patterned paper
Target mini mailbox
Bling, Dymo labeler and heart border punch
You still have time to enter this week’s challenge at the Michelle Perkett Studio blog!
Make your own background paper using a stamp from Michelle.
I gave you a sample Wednesday, so here’s another to inspire you! The deadline for the challenge is Monday afternoon, so you’ve still got time!
Michelle Perkett Studio stamp available at Faerie Song Art Stamps
P K Glitz glitter and glue pen
Have you ever made your own stamped background paper?
For my sample, I used some of Michelle’s rubber stamps that I love. I stamped the snowflakes over and over than heat embossed them for a subtle look. That’s all it takes to make your own background paper!
Michelle Perkett Studio rubber stamps available at Faerie Song Art Stamps
P K Glitz embossing powder
Cording and snowflake punch
Get Sketchy sketch #66
You still have time to create a card using a tag and one of Michelle Perkett Studio’s images – that’s this week’s challenge over at the MPS blog!
Come on, you can do it!
Do you like digital stamps? If you haven’t tried them yet, you should! They are a lot of fun! I’ve recently joined Michelle Perkett’s Digital Stamp team, so you’ll see a lot of her images here on my blog.
Every Tuesday there will be a new challenge introduced on Michelle Perkett Studios Challenge Blog! Make sure to check out the blog for more ideas on meeting this week’s challenge!
There will be a prize involved!
This week is challenge 46 —-> to use tags in some way on a project using one of Michelle’s images.
Here’s a card that I made with the sentiment on a tag:
To create a card using one of Michelle Perkett Studio’s images and send it to Operation Write Home – that’s this week’s challenge over at the MPS blog!
You have until Monday!
Here’s an Angel of Hope to inspire you!