I can’t believe it’s been two weeks since my last post?! I know that the majority of the crafting world is posting Halloween and Christmas right now. However, you can never have too many unicorns. Right? The lovely people over at Less Is More have a typography challenge being sponsored by Visible Image. I’ve had the Imagine, Dream, Inspire stamp set by Visible Image for a while and knew that the dream and this little unicorn girl just had to go together. I couldn’t resist doing an omber hair with a multicolor skirt to match. The sentiment is emobssed in lilac and the girl is stamped with Ink3 disappearing ink and traced with a silver pencil. Of course, copic colors were used to color the little girl. Clean and simple!! Happy Stamptember y’all!!

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Simon Says: Stamp It

Happy Thursday!!

I saw this challenge last night from Simon Says Stamp. I loved the tree I used over the weekend for the Halloween card and decided to use it again. The background is a rubber stamp from Stampabilities with Gina K Sea Glass ink. The tree is then stamped with Tranquil Teal by Gina K. The smile is a layered die cut from my stash. Yes, I went into the stash. The stamp I used for this card is for sale on ebay; however, Technique Tuesday has one that is similar. Remember, “A lady never discusses the size of her craft stash.” Happy crafting y’all!

Something Clear

Halloween crafting has started! I saw these cuties and had to do something with them. They are from the same Tokidoki coloring pad as my previous post. The background for these lovelies started with black card stock. A clear embossing of the tree. Then some simple distressed oxide coloring using wilted violet and dusty concord. A little foam mounting tape and the card is finished. Not a CAS, but simple nonetheless. Happy Stamptember ya’all!!

No Stamps???

Tokidoki Kitty

A Labor Day Weekend Challenge of creating a card with no stamps. What? No stamps? Are you joking???? Nope. No stamps were used for this card. ‘S’ did not stand for stamp; instead it stood for simple, stencil, spun sugar, shadow and Scan and Cut. The simple image is out of a coloring pad by Tokidoki. I used the color palate from The Color Throwdown #558 challenge. I colored the image with Copic colors and used my Scan and Cut to cut out my image. I used a stencil to lightly add a shadow using some Spun Sugar Distressed Oxide. A very clean and simple card to make. Have a great crafty weekend, ya’all!!