Sorry for the lack of posting---I think everybody is in the swing of the holidays, and I have one more Christmas Card Stamp Camp to do tonight, so I have been prepping for that. One of my customers' daughter is having foot surgery today, so I thought I would make a QUICK, really simple card for her using some of my new MS glitter! When my own daughter saw all the colors, she immediately picked out her favorite combo, so I will try to make something with them as well....someday!
I used Versamark ink to ink up the bold flower from Best Wishes & More, stamped it on my cardstock and then sprinkled Heat & Stick powder on it. I heated it up just til it melted, then poured on the glitter and re-set it with the heat tool. It is quite bling-y!:
Of course, you can't see glitter very well in a flat photo, so you'll have to use your imagination. The background was stamped with the jumbo Spunky Spots wheel in Pretty in Pink. I have NO good "get well" sentiments, so I inked up my retired Rough Edges alphabets and spelled it out in Lovely Lilac. THEN I realized I got purple ink all over the edge of the white panel---aaaaackk!!! So DD suggested some swirlies on the white panel, so I got out Season of Joy and stamped the swirl in Almost Amethyst. The scallops are some retired DP from last year, punched with the scallop punch. I know she likes horses but I hope she likes flowers too! TFL!
I also have a confession: I am so bad....I have been awarded the Kreativ Blogger Award three times and have never posted it!! One was my upline, Pennie; another was Pat; and the third was Jennifer--thanks so much, girls! I find it amazing that they nominated me----they have tons & tons of talent!!! Each time I visit their blogs, they wow me with their creativity! So you know how it works:
- Barb at Paper Pursuits
- Pam at Stamping with Serendipity
- Wendy at WeeBee Stampin'
- Stacey at Stacey's Stamping Stage and
- Emma at Lady & The Stamp
Make sure you check out their creative blogs and give them some encouraging words! And don't forget to stop back tomorrow for the next Color Throwdown Challenge!