You Are My Sunshine - Studio Calico

Good Morning! Last night I played with Seize the Sketch and the Build a Background Challenge at A Blog Named Hero. The designers are using Lawn Fawn this month, so I decided to do the same for my challenge entry:
card by Janet Perafan-Babar
I used the Interlocking Backgrounds stamp inked in Green Hills Shadow Ink, Studio Calico Office Hours March Card Kit and a Hero Arts/Studio Calico stamp for the sentiment.

I'm liking the cleaner lines of my cards lately, so this was a great sketch to work with. I am also participating at A Cherry On Top's April Pinterest Challenge with this pin that I had liked for using with the background stamp.


DESIGN INSPIRATION:


Isn't that pillow great? I am still saving it for a Color Combos Galore Challenge down the road. Thanx so much for stopping by today. Hope you have a wonderful Sunday!

Hugs and Happy Scrappin'!!!!
xoxo




(See below for all challenge and product links to this post)




challenge entries:

Product List:
{ You are My Sunshine } Card:

Kit: Studio Calico - Office Hours (March 2014 Kit)

From the kit:
  • Cardstock: Solar White (Neenah); Sugar Wafer (Bazzill)
  • 6x6 Patterned Paper: polka dot, coral (Paislee Press); Floral (Basic Grey)
  • Embellishments: button (Color Theory by Studio Calico)

Other:
  • Mediums: Watermark Stamp Pad (Tsukineko); Zing! White (American Crafts)
  • Misc: corner rounder (Marvy Uchida) circle punch (EK Success)

stamps, dies & inks:



toolbox:

4 thoughts, thank you! (add your ♥ ♥ ♥)



Christmas in the Spring

Hello Wednesday! Today I am sharing a card with combined challenges. My main incentive was a challenge site I found for making Christmas cards throughout the year. This is a fantastic idea because who wants to be rushing to make them in the midst of the holiday chaos? I found a couple of sites to play along with, so hopefully I can get more done. Here is mine for Festive Friday:
card by Janet Perafan-Babar
I used only Papertrey Ink dies and stamps. I am playing with CAS(e) this Sketch. I really tried to keep it CAS - There is no patterned paper, plenty of white space, minimal embellishments. Although I love the style, I'm not used it, so I hope it qualifies. For the Festive Friday challenge I stamped the pinecone images, brought in the colors, and used vellum as a transparent element (glass). For the Paper Players challenge, my set of three were the pinecones and also the gems:


DESIGN INSPIRATION:

CAS(e) this Sketch

Festive Friday

The Paper Players


I am also participating at A Cherry On Top's Rewind Challenge and the April Card Challenge.
Thanx so much for stopping by!!

Hugs and Happy Scrappin'!!!!
xoxo




(See below for all challenge and product links to this post)




challenge entries:

Product List:
{ Peace & Joy } Card:

Supplies:
  • Inks: Rich Cocoa, Bamboo Leaves, Toffee Crunch (Tsukineko Memento)
  • Other: vellum (American Crafts); corner rounder (Marvy Uchida); austrian crystals

stamps, dies & inks:



toolbox:

5 thoughts, thank you! (add your ♥ ♥ ♥)




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