Friday, January 24, 2020

Fusion challenge - a very happy birthday

Hello. Playing in the fusion challenge today. I was inspired by the flower and also used the sketch to create this card.



The stamp is a retired one from the former Angel Company. Stamped in versafine, heat embossed with clear embossing powder and then colored with Copic's. Sentiment is from Papertrey, Ink.

Thanks for stopping in.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

I love you bunches

Hi everyone. It's time for another challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week our challenge is the ever popular Anything goes!



Added some tiny die cut hearts to the vine stamp to create this Valentines Day card. 

There's a new challenge every week over at  The House That Stamps Built, and you don't have to use Repeat Impressions stamps to link up or win. Also, for my blog readers: Enjoy the 10% discount code to the Repeat Impressions Store posted on the sidebar.

One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate on the first Wednesday of every month – Good luck!

Also, check out our Rock Star blogs to see what they did with the challenge.

Esther
Heather
Joy
Shirley
Patti


http://www.repeatimpressions.com/

Thanks for stopping in!

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Feel better soon!

Hi all. Playing in the One Lay Challenge of off center over at Less is More today.


Stamps are from Technique Tuesday's Greenhouse Society, however the sentiment is from a different set than the daffodils. I used versafine ink to stamp, then heat embossed with clear embossing powder in order to use Copic's to color with.

I chose to use daffodils on this because mine are already coming up! Go figure, huh? Climate warming is real. Yikes! Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, January 20, 2020

Pick of the week - masking

Hi everyone. Laurie here and it's my turn to do a pick of the week. I'm doing a bit of masking using a favorite flower power separate to create this clean and simple card.




I used some removable labeling tape to mask off the area I wanted to stamp. Then I used a T ruler and hand drew lines across the top and bottom. Added a bit of sparkle to the center of the flowers using a wink of stella pen. Layered it with black cardstock and then added it to a white cared base. 

Kept the sentiment simple with "just because" to use for any occasion. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Birthday Balloon

Hi there. Playing in the sketch challenge over at Freshly Made Sketches today.  I turned it on it's side and turned it into a balloon.


Die, stamp and green cardstock are all from My Favorite Things. The twine is from Lawn Fawn, recycled from the packaging they send you when you order from them.

I used fresh ink in mojito to stamp the birthday sentiment and then heat embossed it with clear embossing powder.

Kept this one clean and simple to use in my masculine card stash. Thanks for stopping by.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Thinking of you

Hello. Playing in the CAS colours and sketches challenge today.



Image is a digital line art flower for a tattoo that I found on Pinterest. Colored with Copic's. Sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp. The background leaf stamp is from Rubernecker and it's stamped in versamark, then heat embossed with clear embossing powder.

Thanks for stopping by.


Happy Birthday

Hi everyone. It's time for another challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. This week our challenge is the use the following graphic.


I used the colors and the round shapes in the graphic to create this Happy Birthday card. Distress Oxide inks used to match the colors. Background die is from Studio Katia.

There's a new challenge every week over at  The House That Stamps Built, and you don't have to use Repeat Impressions stamps to link up or win. Also, for my blog readers: Enjoy the 10% discount code to the Repeat Impressions Store posted on the sidebar.

One lucky person will win a $25 Repeat Impressions Gift Certificate on the first Wednesday of every month – Good luck!

Also, check out our Rock Star blogs to see what they did with the challenge.

Esther
Heather
Joy
Shirley
Patti


Thanks for stopping in!