I’m sorry I’ve been gone so long:( I wish I could say I was all moved in and done unpacking, but that’s not the case:( Having an almost 2 year old toddler keeps me pretty busy most of the day!
Anyway…..I have a card for you today and another one will be posted tomorrow. That’s the plan anyway;)
For today, I have a card for the Friday Mashup #95. Hop over there and take a peek at the other cards posted:)
So here is the “Mashup” Challenge:
- Make a project with the colors “Raspberry Ripple, Daffodil Delight & Old Olive“.
- Or Make a project “Creating your own Sentiment (No Stamps, Stickers, Chipboard etc.).
- Or “Mash it Up” and create a project “With your own Sentiment using the Colors above”
I like to make my own sentiments, but today I haven’t added one yet. I’m not sure who will get it yet;) So here is my card:
Looks pretty simple? Well, it would have been if I didn’t make my own Daffodil dotted paper! I’m still learning about My Digital Studio, so I opened Daffodil Delight in Print Shop. I cropped a circle, made it small and duplicated it into a row. Then I duped more rows until I felt I had enough for my project. I think it adds a nice cheerful look:)
Thanks for coming by today, and for those of you who are following me, I really appreciate it! See you soon:)
This card is all Stampin’ Up!. It’s for my Father-In-Law’s birthday in May. I know, I get behind so quickly that I really need to make cards whenever I can;) I actually bought this stamp set last year and never got to making the card for him:( As I said, I get behind very quickly. Friday Mashup had a wonderful sketch that I thought would work well with my idea. Here is their sketch for this week. You can follow the sketch, use the Mother of Pearl technique, or “Mash it up” and use both.
Here is my card:
I tried putting some clouds in my Not Quite Navy “sky” with Whisper White Craft ink and a sponge. Not too sure how this has worked out. I think I need to find some instructions somewhere. lol I used a cut off piece off white to use the decorative strip with an Antique Brad. I don’t think men really care for ribbons. lol The printed paper was printed on my home printer. It’s digital paper from Stampin’ Up’ called Well Worn. One of my favorite “male” papers.
I hope you like my card. Thanks for stopping by today:) I actually made two cards with this sketch. The second card can be found on my “other” blog. I hope you can come by again soon:)
All supplies are Stampin’ Up! unless noted.
Stamps-Plane & Simple
Paper-Not Quite Navy, Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, DSP (Designer Series Paper) is Well Worn from Stampin’ Up! their digital paper from My Digital Studio (MDS)
Ink-Not Quite Navy, Soft Suede, Whisper White Craft ink
Misc-Antique Brads, Sponges, Stamping Blocks “H” & “D”, Tombow Multi Liquid Glue (green and white bottle)