Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Twofer Challenge #33

Here we are at the last Twofer Challenge of the year (I was going to write "2020," but um, no). Since I have a nice variety of stamps in this month's prompt theme, I thought I might really have a blast with them. Turns out I did! I made a graduation card for my granddaughter who earned her degree in Biology, and I made a birthday card for a littler girl. Two very different cards for two different occasions. Be sure to stop by the Twofer Challenge and leave a little love for the rest of the DT, and our Guest Designers,  Pia and Liz. And one more thing... Darnell is offering prizes this month. Be extra sure you head over to Twofer for more information! I can't wait to see what you come up with for this prompt:

Here are my cards together:

And individually:

Not hard to see the stars on my first card, but did you find them on the second one? 

The graduation card uses an MFT frame die in navy blue, and I dotted it with gold using a teeny-tiny TT dot stamp. I used the same dot stamp in gold again, on the yellow panel, and added some navy stars with a tiny star stamp from WPlus9. The moon stamp and die is from that same set. The sentiment is from Whimsey Stamps. EZPZ

The birthday card. On top of the red panel, I framed a circle of flowers with a scalloped edge die from MFT, and the sentiment is also an MFT stamp. The little lady is from EH, and she's colored with Copics. I stamped those same WPlus9 stars on her jumper, did you catch that?! They were the perfect size for her outfit, since she is a star!

Thanksgiving is soon upon us, and like many of you, it will be scaled down at my house. I have been isolating, and will continue to do so except for a produce run a couple of days before the holiday, and then I will use extra caution. Many blessings to all of you on Thanksgiving and always. Thank you for playing along with Twofer in this difficult year, and may 2021 bring much more joy and peace. And as always...