Enough of that for today, I was on a roll late yesterday and actually have three cards to share. I finished up the last one after (ahem) church. First up is a very CAS card for the City Crafter Challenge Blog. For this week, it's "What's Cooking," where we are to create a project with everything related to the kitchen.
Pretty sure this one qualifies...
Pulled out my Newton's Nook stamps, and btw, they are some of the nicest stamping stamps ever. All but the speech bubble are from NN, and the bubble is from LF. SU black ink, Copics in reds and yellows, and a strip of gray just to give it some grounding. The grater is stamped on some TH vellum, and the base and bubble are Neenah.
My next card and challenge is for Fusion. Stuck with the photo part for this one. Cool photo.
I saw so much going on in this photo and had so many ideas, that when I sat down with my supplies, I found I didn't need as many as I pulled out. The card wanted to be made this way, not the way I wanted it. But I like it. It's for my bud here in town, Jen. She's going to be too busy to read this post for a while, so I'm not worried about her seeing it.
The base is from Pebbles Basic. Came like that and all I had to do was fold it! I used my LF tag die with a piece of birthday music paper from Geri (Thanks!). A bit of Gina K. kraft for the doily die behind the tag, and also for the flag. I printed out the sentiment (the inside sentiment got REALLY wordy...imagine that?!!) Three SC woodgrain sequins, a Doodlebug bird, some Michaels burlapy ribbon and a bit of random red twine. Whew!
Still with me? Hope so. And I promise it's the last card of the bunch. This one's going over to Freshly Made Sketches. Went together really quickly. Jen's sketch is so CAS and so incredible; thanks Jen!
And here's my take:
Neenah white base and panel. PTI's Wet Paint sentiment, with SU black ink. Random sequins in gold and black. A panel of TH gold vellum and one of striped from Simple Stories Snap. Way EZPZ! With that, I'll shut up now. Happy dances everyone!