Happy Thursday, y’all – and welcome to another Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop!! It’s color week and we’ve got the full complement of hoppers today! Do be sure to check out all their projects when you’re done here, won’t you?
The color scheme we had for our challenge today made me think right away of the Sweet Soiree Specialty DSP. So – I added that to some sweet images from the Petal Palette stamp set and Petals & More Thinlits. Take a look-see:
Happy Thursday, y’all – and welcome to another Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop!! It’s sketch week and we’ve got the full complement of hoppers – plus, help me welcome Julie Johnston to the line-up!! Do be sure to check out all their projects when you’re done here, won’t you?
I did another fussy-cut with the Springtime Foils Specialty DSP.
I can’t help it very much. The flowers are really pretty darned easy to cut and…I love how they look “arranged” on a card.
I combined my fussy cut flowers with some masked images and sentiments from the Cake Soiree stamp set. Take a look-see:
Well, shoot-fire, y’all. It’s freakin’ Monday again! Sheesh – why does it come so fast and then take so long to get back to the weekend? Anyone have a clue? I think it’s even harder to face the week when half (or more!) of the weekend was rainy and pretty much nasty, don’t you? And yes – that’s what we had. All the day long on Sunday. Finn – not a fan. He loves the mud but his mom doesn’t so….he got to spend way less time outside than normal. 🙁
That kind of weather is, however, great for making cards! So…I did! And we did a video last night with one of those projects. If you were able to join me – thanks so much for spending part of your weekend with me! If not, but would like to see the project I made with the Lots to Love Box Framelits and the Southern Serenade stamp set, here’s a link to it on YouTube!
I used some of the pretty Sweet Soiree Specialty DSP to make the box with the Lots to Love Box Framelits – I’ve found that the heavier weight of the foil specialty papers works the best for these little boxes.
As you can see in the video – you’ll cut two of the Lots to Love Framelits box die cuts and put them together with Fast Fuse – or Tear & Tape Adhesive like I used!Continue reading →