Sunday, December 31, 2017

Happy New Year

Happy New Year crafty friends! Wishing you a year filled with family, friends, health, wealth and happiness!


Die cuts all by My Favorite Things. Background Stencil by Altenew and the embossing powder is the Bridal Tinsel by Ranger. All Glitter and specialty paper by Tonic.

Thanks for taking the time!
Kim

Friday, December 29, 2017

Lawn Fawnatics - Favourite Lawn Fawn

Happy Friday crafty friends! Has been difficult finding my post Christmas mojo! I have been relaxing with family and friends over the last week and re-organizing my craft room, I hope you have found some happy downtime. This project is for the current Lawn Fawnatics challenge - Favourite Lawn Fawn.


Ironically enough, when the Fab Flowers set was released last year I was on the fence. Once I bought it I couldn't get enough. I have used it so much that I need to add adhesive to the back of the stamps so they will stay on my blocks or Misti.


I stamped my flowers on different Lawn Fawn card stocks with a mix of Lawn Fawn and Hero Arts die inks and I white embossed some leaves on navy card stock.  Once I die cut my images I decided on a pattern paper from the Perfectly Plaid Rainbow 6 x 6 pack that complemented my colours.


I then decided to pair everything with the Lawn Fawn Love die and the "With" is also from the Fab Flowers set. I took a picture to place everything in the same place and put my card together. I added a few Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh to finish the project!


Thanks so much for taking the time! If you want to enter the challenge you have until December 31 at 11:59 p.m.!

Happy New Year!
Kim



Monday, December 18, 2017

Hero Arts Naughty and Nice gift tags

Happy Monday! T -4 days in counting before a much needed break for family and friends! I so look forward to the Christmas holidays every year :)

I am so sure many crafters are completing last minute projects as am I.  I made a series of tags using the fun Hero Arts Naughty and Nice Elves sets (I simply love these two sets) and the tree I used for the inner background (two of the tags) is from an older Hero Arts set Winter Time Fun.

Hero Arts was my introduction into card-making all those years ago and I still adore their products.


The shaker tag die is by Avery Elle and I used it for five tags. I mixed the tree and the North Pole sign for the backgrounds and the snow and elves are on the outside of the tags.


I coloured the Elves with Copic markers and used the accompanying dies. For the transparency, I used StazOn White for the snowflakes and the sentiment. The blue tag backgrounds were coloured in with a variety of blue Copic markers as I used Copic friendly inks for the inside images. There is also a variety of shaker materials on the inside of each to compliment the colours of the Elves.

Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Friday, December 15, 2017

CFC189 - Dreaming of a White Christmas

Happy Friday crafty friends! One week left to go then two weeks break from work! Can't begin to tell you how much good that will do for my soul to be with family and friends over Christmas! For now, it's time for another fun challenge over at CAS-ual Friday's  Challenge Blog!

This week we are Dreaming of a White Christmas!


I am in my tag making frenzy right now and I thought the CAS-usl Friday's Funky Flakes (my favorite snowflake die cuts) would be perfect. To make the top white snowflake I used glitter embossing powder with some MFT Whip Cream card stock. The bottom is die cut from silver glitter paper, I do love the way the snowflakes looked, more of an elegant tag set.

For the sentiment I used the Hugs from the 3 in a Row set with some Simon Says Stamp grey ink.I toped the tag off with a silver bow and some twine!




Join us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge blog for the chance to win $25 worth of CAS-ual Fridays Stamps and, drum roll please... Michelle with double the prize if you use CAS-ual Fridays stamps!



Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Monday, December 11, 2017

CAS-ual Friday's Merry Christmas

Happy Monday crafty friends! My project today features my new favourite Merry Christmas sentiment which a is new from CAS-ual Friday's :)

When I opened this set I knew I had to use it right away, I just love the font!



I decided to go with a more traditional colour palette mixed with kraft card stock.  I used my Ranger red embossing powder for the sentiment once I embossed it I decided on this Mama Elephant frame die.  I then decided to emboss my snowflakes (Snowy Sayings stamp set) with gold glitter embossing powder.


I added some white gel pen to act as more falling snow. For the frame I used the Lawn Fawn Arglye background stamp and used the same gold embossing powder. I finished with some Pretty Pink Posh sequins and a felt piece for the holly.

Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Blush and Red Christmas

Happy Wednesday crafty friends! I haven't posted yet this week because my embossing gun died an untimely death on Sunday right in the middle of my Christmas card/tag production! Boo, lol. I ordered another Hero Arts heat tool (that's my favourite) and I ran out for a back-up on Monday evening. So happy, you never know how useful your tools are until they are gone... 

Made this one from some new MFT and Memory Box products from this year.


I am loving the new tonic mirror papers. I have picked-up every color and I will have to renew after I finish my holiday projects.  For this one I paired the red and blush (flat colored) card stock and die cut them with new Memory Box stitched snowflakes. Once I decided on the snowflakes the large MFT Merry Christmas stamp seemed like the natural choice.

I die cut my MFT background panel from Whip Cream card stock (also by MFT), I am using this card stock a lot this year. I then used my Ranger Red Glitter embossing powder for the sentiment, I love the effect of the red glitter with the blush and red snowflakes.


To finish off my project, I used some Rose Gold Pretty Pink Posh sequins and some pink gems. Once they were glued in place I used my Red Berry Nuvo drops and my Rose Gold Liquid Pearls on the centre of the snowflakes and around the sequins.

Thanks for taking the time!
Kim

Friday, December 1, 2017

CAS-ual Friday's Winter Blues!

Happy Friday crafty friends! Friday means time for another CAS-ual Friday's Challenge! This week it's all about the winter blues!



For my project, I decided on lots o' snow hills for my background using an older stencil and some Distress Oxide Ink in Salty Ocean all on Neena Solar White (80lbs) card stock.  I then used my Distress Sprayer to give the added effect of snow.  

I then die cut my Funky Flakes (my favourite go-to snowflakes in my stash) from MFT glitter paper in blue and  silver. Once I glued the flakes together I chose the fantastic Joyeux Noel from the Noel Fri-dies. This is also a go-to die for me as my family is mostly french canadian and good french sentiments are very difficult to find. For the sentiment I used silver mirror paper from Tonic in a fun foam and StickIt sandwich. I put my elements on the card base and to finish off my project, I used mix of sequins in blues and sparkling clear.



Join us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge blog for the chance to win $25 worth of CAS-ual Fridays Stamps and, drum roll please... Michelle with double the prize if you use CAS-ual Fridays stamps!



Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

MFT Joy

Happy Wednesday crafty friends! Today I am sharing projects featuring products from MFT's November release. I must say that these products are my favourite of the holiday season. I had so much fun with them that I made five projects all similar but a little different for some of my dearest friends.




Most of the products on all of these cards are by MFT. The Joy sentiment which I love, was die cut from a sandwich of fun foam, StickIt and Tonic mirror paper for all four in different colours.


The large MFT snowflakes were a mix of glitter and mirrored paper or gilding flakes (the blue and silver) and the green is Hero Arts glitter embossing powder.


The accompanying sentiment is from The Ton Stamps (I recently placed my first order with them and I love the products). The background die is also by MFT and it is by far my favourite of their large dies.



The blue is card is made from Neena Solar white and the three others are from MFT Whip Cream card stock.

All the sequins are from Pretty Pink Posh. Once I started, they were very quick to make.

Thanks for taking the time!
Kim





Monday, November 27, 2017

Carlyle Holiday Card 2017

Happy Monday crafty friends! I have been a little off the grid lately due to my large annual holiday card order.  Carlyle Construction (based in Montreal) orders bulk cards from me annually for their customers (I am very thankful to have them :). This year we decided on one model which is a shaker card. I have been busy filling this order and I am glad to say I am done! Yay!


It is a shaker card so they were a little longer than my usual but so worth it, I am so happy with the way they turned out! There is a massive mix of companies for this project.  I will simply list the products and companies used for these cards.

Paper: Lawn Fawn Narwal, MFT Silver Glitter Paper
Die-namics by MFT Frame
Lawn Fawn Snow Stamp (inside base card)
English sentiment by Avery Elle
French Sentiment by Lime Citron
Snow on transparency by Avery Elle
Inks: Hero Arts Unicorn White (Inside)
StazOn White on the Transperancy.
Sequins Pretty Pink Posh and a few specialty sequins mixed in.

I think that covers all of the products used!
Thanks for taking the time!

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Mama Elephant Yeti!

Happy hump day crafty friends! Quick post today featuring the Mama Elephant Me and My Yeti stamp set.

I placed a Mama Elephant order during their 5th Birthday sale and I was on the fence about the Yeti set so I didn't add it to the order.  I kept looking at it and regretted my decision so I went back and grabbed it while I could! Not only do I love the big Yeti's but the tiny accessories are too sweet.



I decided on a tiny village scene and started by die cutting my Mama Elephant frame from the Lafayette collection in Neena Solar White 80lbs card stock.  For the insert panel I used Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Ink and then sprayed the background with my Distress Sprayer.  I then cut one more panel for the insert to make snow slopes for my scene. 

I then stamped my images with Lawn Fawn Jet Black ink to use my Copic markers.  I did multiple of the trees and the mountains and two of the smaller house. Then my Yeti and the little humans from the set.

Once I decided on my placement I embossed my sentiment from Sentiments from a Yeti in Ranger red glitter embossing powder.  I glued all of my elements to the card and I was all done!

Thanks for taking the time!
Kim


Monday, November 20, 2017

Altenew special Birthday!

Happy Monday crafty Friends! My project today features the Altenew Build-a-Flower: Rose stamp set.

This is a special project because it was one of the cards that I made for my Mom's 70th Birthday that we celebrated over the weekend. She loves yellow :)


I took me three tries to master the layers of this set because I used all five to give it as much depth as possible. I used a mix of the Altenew inks and some Hero Arts for the flower and the leaves from the same set. I die cut my images with the accompanying dies.  I then decided that I wanted to try my new Nuvo gilding flakes in the gold (I bought all three and they are simply beautiful).

I used my double sided tape in three different sizes to adhere the flakes. It makes a little bit of a mess but I think the result is worth it! I cleaned the remaining tiny flakes with a Swiffer cloth and it worked like a charm. I really love the effect of the gilding flakes!


I then took out an older (but one of my favourite) birthday sentiments from Papertrey Ink. I finished off the project with a scattering of sequins and gems by Studio Katia (new products for me).

Thanks so much for taking the time and have a great week!
Kim





Friday, November 17, 2017

CFC187 - Gratitude with Altitude

Happy Friday crafty friends! I am so looking forward to a weekend with no work in sight! At least not right now, lol!  Every other Friday means time for another CAS-ual Friday's Challenge!


The theme this week is Gratitude with Altitude!


I thought what set better to display altitude then the fantastic Tutu set :). I paired it with the Thanks from the Smiling Fri-Dies. I wanted colour on the project since the ballerina is black so I opted for a rainbow offset sentiment with my thanks. I die cut the sentiment in an array of rainbow colors and stacked them offset to see the rainbow effect.  I then colored in my Ballerina's flowers with a mix of rainbow Zig Clean Color Real brush markers.

I then added a rainbow assortment of sequins, Nuvo drops and finally three hearts from the Fun-Fetti Fri-Dies.


Join us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge blog for the chance to win $25 worth of CAS-ual Fridays Stamps and, drum roll please... Michelle with double the prize if you use CAS-ual Fridays stamps!



Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Honey Bee Flakey Friends Gift Tags

Happy Tuesday! Quick post today to share these cute Honey Bee Stamps Flakey Friends gift tags.

These are my first two sets of Honey Bee Stamps that I just purchased from Butterfly Reflections Ink.  I just love these critters and they are actually sold-out on the Honey Bee site but if you are interested Vanessa at Butterfly Reflections Ink. had some in-stock and they are currently on sale!


This bear from the Flakey Friends set is by far may favourite! He is too cute! I die cut my Avery Elle Shaker Tags Elements from Neena Solar White. I only cut with the main tag die I then embossed the second die that is meant to be the top of the shaker to add the dotted detail to my tags. I stamped my bear first with my Misti and masked him off at the bottom to stamp the snowy slop stamp with HA Soft Pool ink. I then coloured him with Copics.


I repeated the same process for all four tags for the main image and the slop.  I then stamped the snowflake cluster also with the Soft Pool ink all around the images and I masked the sides of the tag so the border would remain white.


I then stamped all of my accessories on a seperate piece on Neena and coloured them in also with my Copics and I fussy cut the images.  For the lights on the deer above I just stamped them directly on the antlers. The angle worked well and I coloured them in.


I then added all of my scarves and hats to my images and added some white gell pen detail.  I die cut the sentiment banner by Lawn Fawn also from Neena and stamped my sentiment also by Lawn Fawn in a mix of embossing ink and Lawn Fawn Lobster ink.  I used glitter embossing powder on two and the ink on the other two.


I then added some Star Dust Stickles to the snow slope and the whites of the two hats and some glossy accents to noses and eyes. I then die cut a coordinating color tag and offset the white tag on top. Finished them with a mix of twine and wool.

Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Saturday, November 11, 2017

MFT Happy Pawlidays for Butterfly Reflections!

Happy Saturday crafty friends! So happy to be with you today on the Butterfly Reflections Ink. Blog! I am deep into my holiday cards so I am sharing a fun one with you today featuring MFT products that can be found in the Butterfly Reflections Ink. Shop :)


My inspiration for the project was the puppy from the new MFT Happy Pawlidays set and I colored the pup like my little BFF Duffy :) I then went through my MFT stash and decided to use the accessories (carpet and pillows) from the MFT Merry Christmoose stamp set.  I stamped the accessories on Kraft card stock and colored them with my Copic Sketch markers. I then decided to opt for a Kraft background.


For the background I decided that I wanted a wallpaper effect so I used the Lawn Fawn Argyle Background stamp with some Judikins sticky embossing powder to add some gold Nuvo gilding flakes. I then cut a piece of wood pattern paper for the floor.  I placed my colored images on the background and decided I was missing some accessory elements so I stamped the ornaments and gift from the Happy Pawlidays set on Kraft, colored them and then used the accompanying dies. I fussy cut the other elements so they would be seamless on the scene but I felt that the dies for the ornaments was fine. I then embellished them with my white and stardust Gellyroller pen.



I opted for the beautiful Joy die from the newest MFT release for the sentiment (love this die). Once all of my elements were glued to the card base I really felt that the little "Duffy" needed the Lawn Fawn bubble with the bone from the Christmas Dream Stamp set lol!

I then added glossy accents to the ornaments, the dogs nose and eyes and the buttons on the middle pillow.  Thanks so much for taking the time! If any of these products interest you they are available a Butterfly Reflections Ink. If there are items out of stock simply press the notify me option. Vanessa is really quick about re-stocking!

Thanks for taking the time and have a great weekend!
Kim

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Mama Elephant Christmas!

Happy Thursday crafty friends! I went a little loco with the holiday Mama Elephant release... As I am sure many of you crafters out there can understand! Lol.

The little bear on a tree stump is my favourite little guy from the A Beary Christmas stamp set. He is so cute with his candle!


When I first saw this stamp all I had in mind was this little guy looking for Santa :) I started by stamping a Hero Arts Layering tree. I then masked a "moon" and added some Mustard Seed distress ink for the glow. I then added a smaller mask to add the candle glow and used the same mustard seed. I then reversed the mask and used Salty Ocean and Faded Jeans Distress inks for the sky.  

I stamped my image and coloured him in with Copics and added white detail to his scarf and fussy cut him so he wouldn't have a white border. I then found the Santa and sleigh stamp from a Lawn Fawn set and stamped it over the sky and moon and added red Nuvo Drops to the nose on Rudolph of course!


I then decided to use the Mama Elephant detailed die from the Union Square set to frame the scene and a stitched scalloped border die for the top and bottom.  I then added snow to the bottom of the scene. I put everything on top of an MFT Cherry Crisp A2 sized panel.

Added the sentiment from the Sentiments from a Yeti set to finish it off.
Thanks for taking the time!
Kim

Monday, November 6, 2017

Winter Rose on Kraft!

Happy Monday crafty friends! I hope you had a great weekend with some time for crafting :)

As I mentioned in my last post, I ordered some Windsor and Newton Gouache following a tutorial by Dawn from WPlus9 during the Online Card Class, Making Merry.  I really did not need a new colouring medium, lol! But the fact that it paints so beautifully on dark card stock made me have to try it! You really should check out the Online Card Classes they are fantastic.


I decided to try the Winter Rose Bouquet by WPlus9 on Kraft card stock, the last project I had completed with these was a much smaller image. I enjoyed using the gouache much more on an image of this size.  I am pretty happy with the way it turned out for a second attempt with the gouache.  I purchased the starter 10 color pack and mixed the colors to get better variations.  

I didn't want the sentiment to detract from the painted flowers so I opted for the new MFT Joy die with some green mirrored card stock also by MFT I believe. I also added some gold detail to the flower centres with my Gellyroller pen.

Thanks so much for taking the time and have a great week!
Kim

Friday, November 3, 2017

CFC186 - Anything but a Card!

Happy Friday crafty friends! I love Friday's especially when it's time for a new CAS-ual Friday's Challenge!
This week it's anything but a Card!


I decided on a tag for my project featuring the beautiful Mistletoe from the Mistletoe and Holly stamp set! I just love this image. I felt like trying my new Windsor and Newton Gouache (inspired by the new Holiday Online Card Class). The joy of Gouache is that is paints beautifully on dark card stock!

I chose a navy blue to make a nice masculine tag. I gold embossed my Mistletoe and sentiment also from CAS-ual Friday's on the base of my tag. I used two different red colors for the bow, a mix of greens for the leaves and I finished by adding Liquid Pearls on my berries.  I was going to make a shaker tag but I felt that it would take away from the Mistletoe so I just added some Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Sequins.

A simple project but I love the depth of the Gouache :) To finish off the tag I added some red and white twine.

Join us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge blog for the chance to win $25 worth of CAS-ual Fridays Stamps and, drum roll please... Michelle with double the prize if you use CAS-ual Fridays stamps!



Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Dashing Deer

Happy hump day crafty friends! Winter temps are starting to hit Montreal this week, we have been so spoiled with warm weather up until now. So it is time to start thinking about holiday and winter wishes!

I usually love MFT releases but October's of this year is by far my favourite and it wasn't only because of the sweet pups!



I really love the Dashing Deer set, these critters are all so sweet.  I stamped all of the images from the stamp set because I just wanted to color them with my Copics. The card design came after, lol! Once I had decided to place them in a forest, I decided to pair them with a Birch Tree stencil (will have to add the company later, I must find where it came from).

I die cut my background panel using the Avery Elle Wonky Stitched Rectangle die. I then masked off a "snow" hill and decided to use Simon Says Stamp Fog ink (light grey) to use over my stencil to give a snowy forest effect with the birch trees.



I then added some snow with my "snow" marker and used my heat tool to help it puff up. I then lined the snow with Star Dust Stickles for shine. I placed all of my Critters on their "assigned" snow banks and then added grey shading underneath to ground them.

I decided on a sentiment from the same set. I embossed the sentiment on Tonic flat red mirrored paper. LOVE this paper. I then adjusted the largest of the MFT Stitched Fishtail Sentiment Strips to be a smaller size to properly accommodate the size of the sentiment. 

I finished by adding snow dots to my background using a Star Dust Gellyroller pen, I like the subtle effect it offered. Once my sentiment was placed on the card I added the greenery for an added fun element. I used an Avery Elle light grey card base, I felt it went well with the Fog ink from the trees.

Thanks so much for stopping by, I love your comments so please feel free.
Kim

Monday, October 30, 2017

Studio Katia Poinsettia

Happy Monday crafty friends! What a strange weather pattern on the eastern seaboard! We are getting unprecedented wind and rain today, fall has finally arrived.

I made my first purchase from a Canadian company called Studio Katia, I recently discovered this company through Amy R and her YouTube channel. So happy I did, the products are wonderful and I do love supporting fellow Canadians!


This is a special card as it is my favourite aunts Christmas card for this year, she loves red and poinsettia's.  This is called the Merry Poinsettia stamp set by Studio Katia.  I started by stamping my images with my Misti on Bristol card stock with embossing ink and set them with gold embossing powder to use my Zig Clean Colour Real Brush Markers.  I wanted a one-layer but as I went in to add darker colour for contrast the side of my hand smeared some of the red all over the panel! lol


So I fussy cut the poinsettia's and used a Neena 80lbs piece to glue them on.  I then added some Liquid Pearls on the poinsettia and the berries. Put that to the side to dry so that I wouldn't get my wrist in there again!


My aunt is unilingual francophone so I die cut the Joyeuses FĂȘtes from Tonic gold mirror card stock with fun foam and StickIt. Once everything was dry, I placed my sentiment on the card and added some Christmas mix sequins by Pretty Pink Posh.

Thanks for taking the time!
Kim


Friday, October 27, 2017

Fall Tone on Tone Birthday card

Happy Friday crafty friends! Any crafting plans for the weekend? I am hoping to lock myself into my craft room at least for a bit :)

Today's card was inspired by a tutorial May Park provided for the Online Card Classes "Making Merry" class.  I am never able to follow the classes "live" due to work, so I catch it when I can and this project really inspired me for this tone on tone birthday card.


I started by picking the Lawn Fawn Raspberry card stock for my panel and card base. I simply love Lawn Fawn card stock, by far my favourite and this colour makes me smile!  I then decided to pull out some old Paper Smooches stamps that I had in my stash for the leafy/floral background.  For the ink colour I chose the Hero Arts Raspberry Jam dye ink. I placed my stamps using my Misti stamped one side then flipped my panel and stamped the second side.  

From one of the same stamp sets I took the "berries" or three dots and stamped them using clear embossing ink and added gold embossing powder.  I then die cut the MFT Celebrate die with gold mirror paper (with fun foam and StickIt for dimension). I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Mama Elephant set that was a free gift with purchase during their 5-year birthday sale in VersaFine Onyx Black Ink. Popped the strip up with some foam tape.

I finished the project with a scattering of gold Pretty Pink Posh sequins.
Thanks for taking the time and have a great weekend!
Kim

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Hero Arts - Naughty & Nice

Happy hump day crafty friends! Had such fun with this tri-fold card featuring the new Hero Arts Naughty and Nice Elves.



I started with a piece of watercolour (smooth) card stock so that I could cut it 5.5 x 12 to make a tri-fold card base. I then stamped my snow with clear embossing ink by Simon Says Stamp and added my white embossing powder. I used my Salty Ocean Distress Ink for the sky. To make my snow drifts I used a mix of stencils with some Tumbled Glass Distress Ink. I used the lighter ink because I didn't buy the matching dies and I wanted to use my Copics.

I then stamped all my images from both the Naughty Elves and the Nice Elves sets on different snow drifts.  I then coloured them in and added some white Gellyroller detail, Star Dust Stickles and Red Nuvo drops on Rudolph's nose.

For the sentiment, I chose another Hero Arts set (I believe it is the Wonderful Stamp and Cut set). I die cut the Wonderful from some fun foam and red mirrored card stock by Tonic and white embossed the accompanying sentiments on black Lawn Fawn card stock.  I really love the way it turned out and I plan to use these wonderful elves on gift tags but I am ordering the dies! Lol.

Thanks for taking the time!
Kim

Monday, October 23, 2017

Simon Says Stamp Fall Flickr Challenge #82!

Happy Monday crafty friends! Hope you enjoyed your weekend, I sure did - didn't have to work so I did find some crafty me time!  

I made this one for the current Simon Says Stamp Flickr Challenge #82! All about fall!


I had such fun using the exclusive to Simon Says Stamp Neat & Tangled Hello Pumpkin set! I started by die cutting my base panel from a Lawn Fawn Inside Out Stitched Scalloped rectangle die and placed my images so that I could stamp the leaves in the sky and the caramel apple on the base. I stamped and cut masks for the images that were directly stamped on the card base and used my Distress Oxide in Salty Ocean for the sky (I masked off my ground first). I then switched the mask and used a mix of Antique Linen and Gathered Twigs Distress Inks for the ground. I then sprayed the sky only with my Distress Sprayer for texture.

I stamped my images from the Hello Pumpkin set and used my Copics to color them in bold fall colours (I do love fall) and used the accompanying dies.  I decided on the Simon Says Stamp Painted Hello die for my sentiment in Black card stock along with the Sweet Friend from the Forever Friends stamp set.

I put my card together and added some of the Studio Katia sequins (I love this mix).  Thanks for taking the time! 
Kim


Friday, October 20, 2017

CFC185 - Think Pink!

Happy Friday crafty friends! Time for another fun challenge over at the CAS-ual Friday's Challenge blog This week we are thinking pink! As most of you know, October is breast cancer awareness month so the blog is going pink!


For my project I used the beautiful Full on Floral stamp for my background, I stamped it on Lawn Fawn Ballet Slippers Paper with the It's a Girl Pink ink by Catherine Pooler.  I then added a bit of Picked Raspberry Distress Ink to the sides for added dimension.  I then took a few sentiments from the fantastic Calling all Sistahs stamp set and stamped them on my label and tag. I put my card together and topped it off with some gold Liquid Pearls on the flowers!



Join us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge blog for the chance to win $25 worth of CAS-ual Fridays Stamps and, drum roll please... Michelle with double the prize if you use CAS-ual Fridays stamps!



Thanks so much for taking the time!
Kim