Sunday, March 12, 2017

Pop It Out!

This week, our sponsor is Kitchen Sink Stamps, and the Mod Squad Challenge is a simple one:  Pop It Out.

Therefore, your challenge is to create a single layer card with a single popped up image.  Please note, if you have multiple layers, or more than a single popped up image, you will still be able to play long, but you will be ineligible to win this weeks prize.

For my card, I did a lot of masking.  First, I created a square, and then used masks to overlap flowers and leaves using Kitchen Sink Stamps 3-Step Daisy.  I also allowed my image to fall out of my square, where the final daisy is popped up using foam adhesive squares.  Once finished, I went back in with a soft makeup brush, and some light blue ink to make my background look like a sky.

 The colors for my flowers are Memento Dandelion, Gina K Sweet Mango, Gina K Tomato Soup, and Gina K Dark Chocolate.  The leaves are Gina K Fresh Asparagus, and Grass Green.  Memento Tuxedo Black was used for the sentiment.

Come!  Play along!

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

No More White!

I'm going on a white strike.  Tired of it.  Don't need any more of it.  It's been my nemesis this year,  I've sprained both wrists because of it, and I've broken an ankle because it was melting.  All within a month.

I'd like you to join me by making a card that has no white on it anywhere.  Not in your image, not as your card base, not even as a sentiment.  NO WHITE.  Simple, right?  :)

Here is my card: 

I used the Kitchen Sink Stamps Invisible Snowman for my card.  You'll notice there is no more white left of him, either. :) I've mounted my 3-3/4" square image to a piece of cherry red card stock, and then popped it up on my kraft card stock base.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Get Well Soon (Please?)

This past Christmas, everyone in my house got cooties.  Hubby got sick the week before Christmas.  I followed suit Christmas week.  My mother-in-law sniffled her way through the week after Christmas.
Therefore, it seems only fitting my first card of the year should be a "Get Well" card.  For this card, I used the following supplies:

Kitchen Sink Stamps  : Teddy Bear Wishes, and Make A Big Statement.

My teddy bear was stamped in GKD Sweet Corn, Kraft, and Warm Cocoa.  I used Nuvo Crystal Drops to add some dimension to his little heart, and also gave him a die cut flower.

I wanted to make a mylar balloon, and holographic card stock and a random floral die made that happen.  I stamped the greeting, and brushed Perfect Pearls in Mandarin over the top, and tied it to his little paw.  Added a die-cut box of Kleenex, and attached everything to plaid layered card stock.