Back with my second card for the day …
I made a DP panel by repeatedly stamping one of the images from Avery Elle’s Bright Days with inks from Versamagic’s Seashore set. The panel was split and popped up on foam dots, I stamped the AE sentiments in the gap and added a little sea spray (bling!) around it.
I’m playing along with these challenges …
AEI♥U – DIY Stamped DP
The Card Concept – Nautical (Pennants and Seashore Ink Colours – Clean and Graphic)
SSS Monday – Anything Goes
SSS Wednesday – You Gotta Have Friends
ETA: Seems my timing was out for AEI♥U, Mr Linky had closed the door … oops!
That’s it from me for the weekend … after a card making drought last week (playing catch up in a BIG way!), I’m hoping to have a few more creative evenings this coming one … if I stay on top of Feedly that is! Wishing you all a wonderful week … thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂
Yes, I know, two posts in one day … must be the New Year! I’m joining in with Keep It Simple‘s Anything Goes theme again … and I’m playing along for the first time at Avery Elle’s AEI♥U challenge. I’ve been following the latter in Feedly for ages and finally got my hot little hands on an AE stamp set a short while ago (yay!) … you’ve seen it already here, but until now, that certain je ne sais quoi to fit the challenge brief has eluded me. Yesterday, though, I came up with this …
I cut a tag, stamped the stripes and sentiment, mounted it on a slightly larger black tag and added some twine. The flower and leaves were stamped, trimmed out and adhered to the tag with different depth foam dots. I fixed a strip of black card to a piece of Doodlebug DP (yes, me with DP … yikes!), attached them both to the bottom part of the base card and added the tag, again popped up on foam dots. It puts me in mind of a little black tie ensemble with just a touch of rebel colour … yes/no?
That’s it from me for now … back to getting creative with the renovation rather than with cards tomorrow! Thanks so much for coming by, your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂