Friday, September 21, 2018

So Grateful for Power Poppy

This week over at the Power Poppy blog the Creative Confetti Challenge is all about pumpkin spice...we're to create a project with a spicy color scheme or use one of Power Poppy's "spicy" stamp sets.

I know that pumpkin spice is super popular, my FB feed is constantly filled with mention of it, but I am not into anything related to that at all. I love decorating with pumpkins and that's as far as my love goes LOL My BFF was visiting me from FL for 2 weeks and she grabbed some pumpkin spice oatmeal packets for breakfast. I looked at her and said "can you get any more basic white girl?" LOL

I decided to use the clear set So Grateful, as I love the pumpkin on the chair and the other flowers in and around the pumpkin. For my patterned papers I tried to use colors that conveyed "pumpkin spice".

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Witchy Greetings for LMMS

It's time for a new challenge over at the Little Miss Muffet Stamps blog, plus there are new images being released today! I am SO excited about the new images and was really torn about what to use, but since Halloween is a little over a month away I decided to go with the new Halloween image.

The new image is called Jr Hatter Agnes and she is just too cute! I colored her with copics and then I grabbed a pad of paper that I got from JoAnn's over the weekend, it's from DCWV and has some seriously awesome Halloween patterns in it. I grabbed 2 papers from the pad that made it super easy to have the image front and center on the card. The purple frame was cut from a 12x12 sheet that has other frames and sayings on it, I cut this frame out and adhered it to the green spiderweb paper and then popped up Agnes with some dimensionals. I wanted the colors and image on the front of the card to be the main focus so I decided to keep a sentiment off the front and to put one inside the card if needed/wanted.

Make sure you head on over to the Little Miss Muffet Stamps store to check out the 3 images being released today and then grab one and come play along in our Anything Goes Challenge

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Too Cute to Spook for LMMS

It's Inspiration Week over at Little Miss Muffet Stamps and this week I'm using the Swing N Slides Lil Spook image again, I just love him!

I wanted to keep the card pretty simple so I created a white card base and then used a retired set from Stampin Up to create the colored splotches for the background. I pulled the colors right from the Lil Spook image. I stamped the sentiment in black and then popped up the image to the right of the sentiment. Easy peasy for a quick and cute Halloween card!

Don't forget, the Anything Goes Challenge over at the Little Miss Muffet Stamps blog is still open so head on over there and play along with us!

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Love You to Pieces for Sunday Stamps

I'm super late with my Sunday Stamps post, but it's been crazy around my place. My youngest moved down to the Lower 48 on Sept.7 and to help push away my sorrow my best friend, who is up here visiting from FL, and I went camping up at Denali National Park. We had a wonderful time, the weather was perfect and the fall colors were stunning! We didn't see as many animals as we would have liked but that's ok.

This week at Sunday Stamps we have a color challenge for everyone. I hemmed and hawed over these colors and finally decided to use the SU set Love You to Pieces for my card. I used the coordinating dies to cut out pieces in 3 of the colors and then I cut out the larger ones with the sentiments and positioned those on the patterned paper background. I'm going to be slipping this card into my friends luggage before she leaves on the 16th!

Head on over to the Sunday Stamps blog to see what the rest of the DT created and then play along with us, we'd love to see how you use these colors!

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Happy Halloween for LMMS

It's Thursday and you know what that means, Little Miss Muffet Stamps goodies! This week I am using one of my favorite Halloween images, Polka Dot Pals Hauntly. How fun is she? I love the spiderweb on her dress and the bats around her head! She's the perfect image to use for people who like "cute" Halloween and not scary Halloween!

I used a spiderweb stamp that I picked up at my local stamp store last year to create my background. I colored my image with copics and then used my Scan N Cut to cut her out. She's popped up with dimensionals and then I tucked the sentiment under her and to the left.

Make sure you head on over to the Little Miss Muffet Stamps blog to see what the rest of the DT created and then join in our Anything Goes challenge, you could win $10.00 to the LMMS store! There were also 3 brand new images released today, head over HERE in the Little Miss Muffet Stamps store to check them out!

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Warm Wishes for LMMS

It's time for Inspiration Week at Little Miss Muffet Stamps and this week I'm using Polka Dot Pals Wyleen. I just can't resist this sweet girl making snow angels!

I grabbed some older Lawn Fawn paper I had in my stash and pulled the colors from my paper to color my image. I just love the red and this cool aqua color together, it definitely says winter to me!

Don't forget, the Anything Goes challenge is still open over at the Little Miss Muffet Stamps blog, head on over and play along with us!

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Joy to the World for Sunday Stamps

Happy Sunday! I hope everyone has had a great weekend! I spent all day Saturday working on a fire pit area in my backyard and my back is paying for it today so I think I'm going to be stuck on the couch watching TV for today.

It's time for a new challenge over at the Sunday Stamps blog and this week we have a great sketch from Melissa. I had an idea in my head as soon as I saw the sketch but had to tweak my idea a bit to keep it in line with the layout.

For the circle element on the sketch I used the Hometown Greetings Framelits from SU. I adhered it to a piece of Night of Navy that I embossed with a retired SU folder called Softly Falling. It's my favorite embossing folder ever, I'll never give that one up LOL I then cut a piece of  Under the Mistletoe DSP and adhered that to an Old Olive card base. I pulled the red from the DSP and created a sentiment strip from Real Red and heat embossed a sentiment from the Hearts Come Home set across it.

Make sure to head on over to the Sunday Stamps blog to see what the rest of the DT created and then play along with us! We'd love to see how you interpret the sketch!