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For my card today I chose to use Brooke - Smile... I love how she's super easy to color and she's dressed up from Summer!
I thought it would be fun to pair up up with some fun plaid paper that I had on my stash and add a few sequins to give it some fun BLING! The sentiment is a sticker that I also had (I think it's from Pink Paislee, but I can't be sure! LOL).
I just love how this card came together, don't you? :)
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Isn't she so cute?! I colored her up with my Copics to match this Echo Park patterned paper I had on hand. For her sentiment, I opted to use a greeting from the Scrappy Moms Stamps "Walking On Sunshine" stamp set. I figure this card would be great for any upcoming birthdays or even just to cheer a friend up!
I just love the new Abigail stamp! Isn't she just so adorable?! Raise your hand if you still remember how to hula hoop! raises hand
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I colored up this cutie with my Copics and just tried to match her to the Echo Park Creative Agenda patterned paper I had on hand. I thought this sentiment from Jaded Blossom was super perfect too! Because, I mean, come on... who wouldn't want to just eat, sleep and read??? :)
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My card looks complicated, but I can assure you, it's super simple! I used some Basic Grey patterned paper I had lying in my stash, one that's pretty abstract with a lot of patterns. I then laid one black strip of patterned paper, added the sentiment, and rounded the corners of the scrap paper I stamped it on.
I colored Tony up with my Copic markers and cut him out with my Brother Scan N Cut 2. I just love that thing! Super duper simple and easy to create! I hope you feel inspired to create one too!
Thanks for stopping by my blog today and be sure to pick up Tony when he's available on Friday! He's so super fun, he'd be a great addition to your rubber stamp collection!
We would love for you to participate with us in our THEME WEEK, and its quite easy to do so! Simply create a project using ANYStamp Anniething product (as your main focal point) in the set "theme" for that month.
You may enter as many projects as you wish, but you will only be counted as ONE entry person.
A minimum of 5 people (not including DT Members) is needed in order for a prize to be given.
So here we go for June's Theme Week!
Make ANY project using STARS AND STRIPES!!!!
All projects must be uploaded by midnight PST July 8th to qualify
Again, a min of FIVE entries for a prize win!
I'm back with a new card for Stamp Anniething'sStars and Stripes Challenge to share with you today!
I thought it would be fun to color up and create this card using Liberty - for a Super Girl because I thought she was so perfect for the upcoming 4th of July! I used paper from Doodlebug Design to accent my stars and stripes and added some punched out clouds.
I colored her up with my Copics and cut her out with my favorite Stitched Journal die from My Creative Time. I also paired it up with a sentiment from a MCT stamp set (sorry, I can't find the link!). I really love how this card turned out!
Gosh, I just LOVE a good chocolate chip cookie, don't you?
My daughter just LOVES Shopkins (raise your hand if you have a daughter who agrees?!) and our house is overrun with those tiny little toys. There's a cute little Chocolate Chip Cookie that this image reminds me of and my daughter said the same thing!
I cut this cutie up with my Cricut and used some Maggie Holmes patterned paper. I also paired it up with my Scrappy Moms Stamps set called "Sassy Pants." I thought it was perfect!
I hope you like my card today! Thanks so much for visiting! Have a wonderful rest of your weekend!
I kept her super simple and colored her up with Copics. The patterned paper I used I've had in my stash for sometime - I believe it's from Pink Paislee... And the sentiment is just a puffy sticker from the same company. I popped her up on some dimensional adhesive and altogether it makes for a really simple, layered card.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful week!