Happy Thursday, peeps! I was able to stamp a little bit yesterday after I ran all my errands (but my stamp room looks like a cyclone hit it--MUST do a clean-up) and made a little card for a customer using the Global Design Project sketch:
I have not used this particular pattern of Pick a Pattern DSP, but Cassidy was stamping something for her teacher yesterday (which she wouldn't let me photograph!) and I tried to get her to use it, but she didn't like that there was a paint palette on it, so I just decided to use it myself. She did use the Crafting Forever stamp set, so I thought while it was out, I'd use it too:
I stamped the three images and did a little coloring on each one, either with an aquapainter and ink, or a marker, then cut them out and mounted them on a stitched circle. I added some Pick a Pattern washi tape and some retired Strawberry Slush baker's twine, then added a sentiment from Better Together, stamped and embossed in white:
The whole thing was mounted on a Crumb Cake card base. I love this sketch, I am sure I'll be using it again!
So even though I didn't get a picture of the front of the card Cass made for her teacher, I did snag a couple of her during the creative process:
This girl LOVES markers and loves to color in backgrounds! And although it was supposed to be a Christmas card, I am sure no one would begrudge her this sweet card, especially when you're told you're the best teacher in the WORLD!
And I hope you, my best blogger friends in the world, have a blessed day!