The WeCraftCard.com challenge for this week was to make a card that shows why you are you, with your favorite color. The answer to that is God is who makes me and gives me purpose, so I went with the purpose He gave me: to encourage others. Added the MFT Color challenge into it, as teal is my favorite color, in it’s many shades.
So, as I usually encourage others with a card and/or a smile, I made a card, with some teal, that hopefully will bring a smile to someone’s face. This adorable set is from MFT and was designed by Birdie Brown. Now why any of the sets Birdie Brown designed would ever be retired is beyond me, as they are timeless, but apparently they retired this one. I used all the colors from the MFT color challenge in it and had some fun coloring, as well. Used alcohol markers on it, as well as pencils on the colored card.
It is a slimline card, which is what their sketch was. This cute stamp set is from MFT, as well. Had fun making both the background and coloring this cute giraffe on a pogo stick. Adding this into the SimonSaysStampBlog Wednesday challenge, as well.
As I’m hosting the WeCraftCard.com challenge next week, I’ll give you a hint that this is one of my examples. Won’t tell you what the challenge entails, however.
Thanks for spending some of your valuable time with me today! Go enjoy the rest of your weekend and thank God for the many ways He has blessed you.
Simon Says Stamp Blog challenge for Monday is to use resist. Their Wednesday challenge is to do a slimline card.
The WeCraftCards.com challenge this week is to use a pun. I had started this and came up with 4 images from My Favorite Things and their punny sentiments. Sorry, couldn’t help myself.
Here are the other 2 that I did. All 4 cards are slimline style and have a pun, only 2 were resist.
Once again, the color isn’t quite right in the picture. It really is super cute. Used an MFT Die-Namic for stitched sentiments. I heat embossed the pawprints in clear, then inked over them. Some are hidden, but it was fun to do. Used Distress ink and some blending brushes for the background.
This is my favorite of all 4. I used a Gina K Designs background stripe stamp to do my banner. Used the same MFT Die-namic Stitched Sentiment. Also colored these with Prismacolor Pencils. Colored last night, then did backgrounds and put them together this afternoon.
Smaller cards are quicker to do, but not as economical as A2. These were lots of fun to make.
Thank you for spending some of your valuable time with me!
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.