December 31, 2017
December 25, 2017
Merry Christmas, stampin' friends! I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas day filled with good food and good cheer spent with family and friends!
I'm stopping by to share my SSC168 card that I made with Reverse Confetti Christmas Bear Stamp set and Christmas Bear Confetti Cuts.
I used Reverse Confetti Card Stock in Brick and Lime Green and the patterned paper is from the RC Holly Jolly Quick Card Panels. I used the Lacy Scallop Frames Confetti Cuts and my Rectangle STAX Set 1 Die-namics to cut out the centre of the panel to create the frame. I also used the Lacy Scallop Circle Confetti Cuts for the focal panel and popped up the Christmas bear and tree up on the panel with adhesive dots.
I coloured the Christmas bear and other images from the Christmas Bear Stamp set with my Copics, cut them out with the coordinating Confetti Cuts. I replaced the present that the bear holds with a take-out coffee from the Coffee and You Stamp set. I stamped a sentiment from the Christmas Cheer Stamp set on Reverse Confetti Cloud White Card Stock cut with the stitched fishtail banner Die-namics from Blueprints 2. I embellished with some lime green hemp twine and sparkly red YNS Gumdrops.
I finished the inside of my card too...I added a few more Copic coloured images on the Lacy Scallop Circle panel and another sentiment from the Christmas Bear Stamp set.
December 15, 2017
Hello stampin' friends! It is time for another Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge but we are sad to announce that this will be our last Curtain Call Challenge. It has been an amazing and fun opportunity for me to be part of The Curtain Call Crew! I would like to thank Stacey and the talented Curtain Call Crew for the amazing time! We have a beautifully festive inspirational photo for the Curtain Call - December 15 - Pines. We hope you can make find time to play along with us for our last challenge. Remember take inspiration from the photo or anything goes!
I also followed the Reverse Confetti SFYTT # 55 for this card
When I saw the inspirational photo I knew I wanted to use this BasicGrey Juniper Berry patterned paper that I had in my stash. I cut the main circle panel with the RC Lacey Scallop Circles Confetti Cuts and stamped the sentiment from the Sentimental RC Christmas Stamp Set.
I also used the Reverse Confetti Holly Confetti Cuts and the Leafy Confetti Cuts to embellish the sentiment panel. I tied with some hemp twine and some white sparkly Your Next Stamp Gumdrops.
Thanks SO much for stopping by and havin' a little look at my card for the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge Dec. 15 - Pines and the Reverse Confetti SFYTT # 55! We hope you can join us!
Tara Godfrey - Me ;)
Stop by the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Dec. 15 - Pines for all the challenge details and to play along with us!
December 10, 2017
Hello stampin' friends! I'm popping by to share a card I made today with the NEW Reverse Confetti Happy Winter Stamp set and Happy Winter Confetti Cuts. I also used the Scalloped Squares Confetti Cuts.
November 25, 2017
I used MFT Heavyweight Card Stock in Smooth White, Kraft, Natural, Banana Split and MFT Blu Raspberry and Banana Split Premium Dye Ink and Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink. I also used Stephanie Barnard Premium Dye Ink in Cornflower.
I made a 5X5 square card and used Blueprints 14. I flipped the sketch around so I could put the sentiment at the top of the card.
November 19, 2017
I used the "smooshing technique" on watercolour paper with Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans and Black Soot Distress ink and then cut it out with the Gift Card Holder Tag Confetti Cuts and cut a second tag from Navy Cardstock then stamped and embossed a sentiment from the Bearing Gifts Stamp set.
I colored up the sweet Bearing Gifts bear and the mountains with my Copics and stamped several trees on the "smooshed" watercolor paper. I popped the bear up on the Navy Scalloped circle cut with the Pop Up Circle Confetti Cuts. I cut everything out with the coordinating Bearing Gifts Confetti Cuts. Finally, embellishing with Navy hemp twine and sparkly silver YNS Gumdrops.