The ModSquad challenge is to “Step Up Your Stencil. The Double D challenge is “Colorful”.
So, I used one of my MFT stencils and put some Deco Transfer Gel through it. Pulled it up, then started adding glitter that went along with my Kleenex box piece. (Yes, I do save the sides on the pretty tissue boxes.) After that was dry, I chose some ribbon that went with my colors, as well as some sequins. Definitely had a lot of fun dressing up my stencil with glitter and sequins, as well as some matching ribbon. The stamp set is also an MFT set. Every Corgi I color winds up looking somewhat like my dog. But he’s absolutely adorable, so it’s understandable.
Thanks for spending some of your valuable time with me this weekend. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
This is the only card I’ve had time to make this week, so I wanted to make the right one for a specific person. I don’t know her very well, but after praying, this felt right. I did use the MFT Sketch challenge for the week, with a bit of a twist, as well as the ModSquad challenge, and the Double D challenge. Yes, I’m counting sunflowers as a garden harvest. I have grown them in my garden and you eat parts of them, so definitely a harvest.
Made this with a very old MFT set called Pretty Pocket and a couple of their Die-namics. As long ago as I got them, I’m positive they are all retired.
Thanks for spending some of your valuable time with me today. Have a wonderful rest of your week!
When you go to the beach, you wind up with sand almost everywhere. When you craft with glitter, you wind up with glitter almost everywhere.
So, when creating a beach scene, I had to use glitter to create the background. And yes, I have swept, mopped, dust mopped, and there is still glitter everywhere. And that was after using Swiffer Dusters to wipe up throughout. I’m not that much of a fan of glitter, but I do love how this turned out.
Yes, that is 4 different shades of glitter on 1 sticky background that was 9 1/8″ x 3 5/8″. I took a bit of the trimmings and tried stamping directly onto the glitter with VersaFine Clair ink. Amazingly, it worked well. So, I used the Theresa Momber set, Tropical Skies to create my scene.
It’s always fun to go out and play in the rain. Okay, I live in the desert, so maybe I enjoy rainy days more than most, as they are rare. But, I love splashing in puddles and just letting the rain fall on me.
For the Double D challenge, you had to have showers and flowers, so in addition to my two orange flowers on the base, I added 3 orange flowers in the shaker with some orange, blue and silver (gray) sequins.
The picture doesn’t show sparkle, but the metal parts of the umbrella and the handle, as well as the bottom of her boots and eyes all have some sparkle. Also added sparkle to the blue and orange flowers on the bottom. The picture makes the centers of those flowers look green, but it’s a blue.
I hope this card encourages you. Thank you for spending some of your valuable time with me today.