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She's so adorable for the New Year and waiting for the ball to drop! She was so much fun to color with my Copic Markers and I paired her with some fun, gold-foiled patterned paper from Pink Paislee. The pictures just don't do this card justice - it's one of my new recent faves. :)
We hope you enjoyed our December release!
All the new stamps are available NOW in the store!
We got some really fun new Chibi Kids to share with you today!
Isn't she so cute?! This release is part of a three day release of some really cute holiday images just in time for Christmas! Here's my project:
I colored up this darling Lucille with my Copic Markers and paired her with some American Crafts Christmas-themed paper I had in my stash. I just love this sentiment (included in the stamp set!) - it's SOOOOO cute with her little reindeer cap!
Lucille is available in the store Today along with the other 2 stamps we show you this week!!
Time for a smile.. its all about RAINBOWS... Simply use rainbow colors and themes!
We would love for you to participate with us in our THEME WEEK and it's 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. Post your project to the corresponding album over at our Face Book Group page (Stamp Anniething Stampers)! 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 July's Theme Week!
Make ANY project using rainbows (papers, colors,, patterns, etc!)
JoAnn from JoBoogie Stamping here with a fun card for Rainbow Week! Here's what I created to share with you today!
I decided to color up Chloe - Stay Cool because she's just too cute! I personally love popsicles so I thought I would color her up to look just like me too. :)
I paired her up with some fun rainbow themed patterned paper I had in my stash and used a sentiment that included "rainbows" in it and used some Hero Arts Ombre ink too. Clever, don't you think?
I love love LOVE how my card turned out and I hope you did too!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to come back tomorrow for more Rainbow Theme Week fun!
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
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to check out the Stamp Anniething blog for more fun inspiration using Abigail!
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??? :)
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to check out the Stamp Anniething blog and see what the rest of the design team has in store for you!
I love cooking, baking, and EATING (LOL) so this month's release was extra fun for me. I decided to color Liberty up with my Copic markers and pair her with some Jillibean Soup patterned paper I had in my stash. I love how it turned out - and it was so easy!
Of course I had to pair her up with my latest stamp set from Scrappy Moms Stamps!
And stamped the inside too:
And it's with a heavy heart I have to announce that Mel and Tammy from Scrappy Moms Stamps have decided to close up shop and this is the last stamp set they will produce. So if you've been eyeing any stamp sets from SMS, I suggest you run there NOW!
Scrappy Moms Stamps will always have a special place in my heart as it's one of my very favorite teams to have ever worked on. And the stamps themselves always kept my creativity flowing - they worked so well with not only the images I colored with my Copics, but also pushed me creatively to use my Cricut and Silhouette more.
Thank you Mel & Tammy for letting me be a part of the SMS family. I will forever be grateful!
This week's challenge is LUCKY YOU - so get in the the mood for St. Patrick's Day and use a shamrock or create a lucky (or good luck) card!
Here's what I created this week:
I decided to use my Cricut Explore and found this adorable leprechaun in Design Space (I have the cartridge, I think it's from Simply Charmed). I thought it would be great to give it as much shimmer as I could so I used a lot of glitter paper and some shiny patterned paper I picked up from Hobby Lobby. This cutie is also set on an Action Wobble (get yours HERE!) and I finished it off with the "good luck" sentiment from the More Mini Messages sentiments set.
I just LOVE how this card came out!
Hope you enjoyed my project today! Have a wonderful week!
Today I'm using one of the newest releases (just released last week, btw. #justsaying LOL). Meet (again) Danielle - Springtime!
So for my card today, I really wanted to color her up in teals and navy, two of my favorite colors when using my Copic Markers. I found this American Crafts patterned paper in my stash and knew it would be perfect! I just added the Lawn Fawn twine and an enamel dot I had in my stash and BOOM I was done!
It's TUESDAY and time for another Terrific Tuesday Challenge over at Scrappy Moms Stamps! This week our challenge is "Cute as a Bug!" So break out those insect and buggy images and start creating!
Here's my card:
I used the adorable bee image from the ever-so-classic Create a Critter cartridge for the Cricut. Can you believe I've never cut this image out before? When I thought about this challenge I immediately thought of the bee, though! The sentiment is from the "Little Critters" stamp set from Scrappy Moms Stamps and thought it would be great if I made this as a birthday card. Super simple and cute, don't you think? I mounted that little bee on an action wobble, too - so much cuteness, I can't take it! LOL
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to check out everyone the Scrappy Moms Stamps blog and their creations! Hope you join our challenge! We can't wait to see what you create!
It's another Tuesday and it's time for another Terrific Tuesday Challenge over at Scrappy Moms Stamps! This week our challenge is OUT OF THIS WORLD so show us your outer space, alien, extra-terrestrial etc. projects!
Ok, I think I'm the only one on the planet who hasn't seen The Force Awakens yet (don't hurt me! LOL). It's just that when the movie came out, the hubs took the older 2 kids to see it, leave me and L at home (since we weren't sure he would be able to sit for almost 3 hours). And that's why I never watched it. At this rate, I'll wait for the DVD. LOL
Anywho, I still know a bit about it, and BB8! Isn't this cut file from Lettering Delights so CUTE?! When I saw him, I had to have him. And I KNEW he'd be perfect for this week's Out of this World challenge. I paired him up with a sentiment from the new Out of this World set from Scrappy Moms stamps and used a bit of my favorite October Afternoon Rocket Age paper (I'm glad most of you know what I'm talking about when I say I LOVE this paper pad!
Super simple card and one 8 year old we know just absolutely loved it.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful week!