I recently purchased a Cosmo Cricket papercrafting kit, and one of the items in the kit was this wicked cute "campy" themed cling mount stamp set. Lucky for one of you, since I already own this stamp set, I thought I'd do a little give-away!
Comment on this post as to why YOU would like to receive this stamp set from me. I will use random generator to select one person's comment, and that one person will receive this stamp set from me.... along with a few other non-disclosed goodies. *grin* I will select the name at 6:00pm Central US time, Tuesday July 22nd.
I recently purchased a new stamp set from Art Impressions, which features these two knee-slappin' laughing ladies and several cute sentiments. The set seemed like a must-have, considering all the funny girls in my life! I think this set is going to see a lot of ink. *grin*
I stamped the image of the ladies in black Memento ink on cream card stock and colored them with ShinHan Touch Twin markers. The cute designer paper is from the Cosmo Cricket Tea for Two 6x6 pad.
I created a sentiment spot using a label die from My Favorite Things. Once everything was colored, I lightly inked the edges of all layers using Antique Linen Distress Ink. I added a cute mother of pearl button and a twine bow for decoration.
A new challenge is being shared today on the Impression Obsession Blog, and I hope you join the fun! The challenge is Nautical/Beach. Pull out your creativity, and join us! For this week's challenge, I chose to create a card a bit more on the rugged side. Roped Ship is stamped on kraft card stock and colored with Touch Twin markers. I stamped Beauty Text on the card base, in Distress Ink, purposely making the stamp impression less than perfect. I inked the edges of the card base and the stamped image. Pretty quick and easy!
Find all the details on how to enter the challenge on the Impression Obsession Blog. A random challenge entry will be selected to showcase on the IO blog and you can to enter to win a $25 gift certificate to IO just by playing!
Now, get ready for a wonderful dose of inspiration and check out what the other team members created for the challenge. Have fun!!
It's Tuesday, and time for a new High Hopes blog challenge! Outdoors is our theme this week, so pull out your High Hopes images, and join us!
For my card I chose to use Henriettas Backside and Sm Sunnie, along with patterned paper from Bazzill, Neenah, and the Sunnyside Pebbles 6x6 pad. The images are colored with ShinHan Touch Twin markers.
Find all the details of this week's challenge on the High Hopes blog. I hope you join us!
I shared these images on FB earlier this weekend, but thought I'd post them here on the blog, too. I harvested probably the last of the garden produce this weekend. Lots of acorn squash (which are what grew from the seeds that were packed in a store bought white scalloped squash seed packet!), a few small butternut squash, and even a few bush buttercup squash. Some yellow squash, a few more zucchini..... and slicing cucumbers.
Aside from yellow pear tomatoes, most everything else is being taken over by heat, and/or grasshoppers. It's always sad when the spring garden gets pulled out.
But the end of the garden does mean that we're just that much closer to fall and winter, my favorite seasons! Although, I must say, spring is the most enjoyable season here in Texas, with the wildflowers in bloom.
Hope your gardens are coming along, and providing you with yummy foods to eat!