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
This one is rather simple, but very elegant with the black and white main color scheme and touch of pink. The stamped images are heat embossed with E P Max, an embossing powder with lots of gorgeous glitter in it from P K Glitz. You can’t beat the sparkle as the sun really picks it up when taking a photo.
You’ll be seeing lots more TSOL this month and through the rest of the year! Stephanie’s images are so versatile and easy to use that you can go back to them to meet any card making or scrapbooking need.
I played along in The Play Date Cafe’s color challenge this week and received an honorable mention in the weekly award category! Pretty cool!! Thank you for the honor!
So we had both lines, now I’ll show Ippity only. Hope you like!
Cosmo Cricket DP
Mojo Monday Sketch #148
Yes, more cards to share that use stamps from both lines!
P K Glitz embossing powder
Ranger Distress Ink
Border punch and ribbon
Card Positioning Systems sketch #177
P K Glitz glitter
Border & corner punches
Cuttlebug embossing die
Vellum, patterned paper and cardstock
Mojo Monday Sketch #150