Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Have a Sweet Birthday

Hi all!  Happy Wednesday!  Just popping in with a quick post.  I used an image from Kathy Rac's first 30 Day Coloring Challenge to create this sweet card.

I love this sweet little cupcake peeker image from Bugaboo Stamps.  I pulled some Doodlebug Fruit Stand paper to compliment her colors and used a sketch from Handmade Bliss.  {I used MFT Stitched Circle Frames, which you can find in their store.}  My sentiment is from Avery Elle's Bonjour and I created a double ended flag with my Fishtail Flags STAX.  I pulled out some neglected Glitter Dots, which I LOVE and added them to the sentiment and circle frame to finish it off.

Challenge Submissions
Handmade Bliss -- July Challenge {MFT Stitched Circle Frames}
Fan-Tastic Tuesday - Anything Goes with a Twist: Make it Feminine


Have a Sweet Birthday: Bugaboo Stamps Cupcake Peeker; Avery Elle Bonjour; MFT Stitched Circle Frames die-namics, Pierced Fishtail Flags STAX; Doodlebug Fruit Stand, MFT Pink Lemonade, PTI Stamper's Select white; Glitter Dots

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Monochromatic Flamingos

Hi all!  I'm back with my last MFT Summer School card. This is clearly for the monochromatic lesson.  It worked perfectly with the flamingos.

I created my background with the Polka Dot Cover Up and three shades of pink.  I also cut my flamingos from the same pinks.  They are popped up on a Stitched Circle STAX and a sentiment from Tickled Pink finishes it off.


Challenge Submissions
Fab 'n Funky -- No Patterned Papers
MFT Summer Session -- Monochromatic


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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

You {primarily} Warm My Heart

Hi all!  Happy Tuesday!  Hope you are staying cool where you are!

My card today is for the MFT Summer School Session #2 lesson on primary colors,  red, yellow and blue.

I absolutely love the Quilt Cover Up plate from MFT.  It's perfect for color challenges.  For my card today, I happened to have some patterned paper on my desk {sorry, don't remember what line} that fit the bill of red, yellow and blue perfectly -- as well as working very well with a quilt concept.  I cut the quilt cover up plate with the red and yellow patterned paper, as well as Blueberry Sky from PTI for the trim.  I kept it very simple and added in a sentiment from MFT Perk Up.

Challenge Submissions
Use Your Stuff -- #200 Anything Goes (um, my stash of 6x6 paper is a bit ridiculous!)
MFT Summer School Session #2 -- Primary Colors 

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Monday, July 20, 2015

MFT Summer School Lesson #7 - Spiffy Birthday

Hi all! Happy Monday!  I have another card for the MFT Summer Session #2.  This is for the Complementary Colors lesson.  I went with purple and yellow --- not two colors I typically use, much less use together.

I think the Terrific Ties stamp set is perfect for accomplishing color combos.  For my card, I did two ties in Banana Split with Grape Jelly polka dots.  I stamped all of my ties twice with each color/stamp to get a vibrant color.  My bow ties were stamped in Grapesicle and then with the stripes in Grape Jelly.  They are popped up on a Zig Zag Square panel.  My background is stamped in Grapesicle with the Swiss Dot background.

Challenge Submissions
MFT Summer School Session #2 -- Complementary Colors
Fashionable Stamping Challenges -- All About the Men
Sweet Stampin' Challenges - No Designer Paper

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Friday, July 17, 2015

A Gallon/Quart/Pint Happy Birthday

Hi all!  I don't usually post at night, but I'm trying to squeak in some MFT Summer School, Session #2 projects.  I didn't get to play along with all of their challenges, but I did a few and tonight's card is based upon the gallon - quart - pint lesson.

Color challenges and use are often quite tricky for me.  I wanted to use my Grout Gray as the gallon color.  I cut a card base of Grout Gray and a panel of Solar White with Blueprints 13.  I then randomly stamped the large swirl and the small star from Whimsical Wishes in Grout Gray Hybrid ink.  My quart color is Limelight -- a color that I really love.  I stamped the circle trio in Limelight Dye ink.  Finally for my pint color, I used Razzle Berry to stamp the long line image from Whimsical Wishes.  I popped this panel up using fun foam on my card base.

For my focal point, I needed to do something that would accommodate and compliment that small font sentiment.  I cut a Stitched Circle Frame from Limelight and Solar White.  I made an oops, but I actually like how it turned out.  I stamped the line image in Grout Gray, but I didn't get all of the Razzle Berry off the stamp before inking it up with Grout Gray, so it comes through rather faded looking.  I finished stamping the Solar White circle with the line image in Grout Gray.  I like the faded look.  I added in some stars in Limelight and the sentiment in Razzle Berry.  A few tiny pearly rhinestones finished it off.



Challenge Submissions
Simply Papercraft Challenges -- Anything Goes
Seize the Birthday -- Anything Goes (Birthday)
Sisterhood of Crafters -- Birthday
MFT Summer School Session #2 Lesson #6 -- Gallon/Quart/Pint

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