Happy Sunday, peeps! Time for another Paper Players challenge, with Joanne as our hostess! She's got a fun challenge for us all:
I actually made THREE cards before I was really happy, does that ever happen to you? But I needed to do some other things this weekend, so it is what it is!!! Here's my final one; it uses an old Cornish Heritage Farms set called Make the Grade along with a Paper Pumpkin sentiment:
I stamped each crayon using inks in Granny Apple Green, Real Red, Gorgeous Grape, Bermuda Bay, Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point, Crushed Curry and Poppy Parade, then cut each one out and adhered them to a card that was embossed with a Jumbo Polka Dot embossing folder. On the inside, I stamped a few more images from the same CHF set:
Another card I created (at least I'll have a few kid's birthday cards, right?!) was this one, using the FMS sketch and Just Add Ink challenge of no stamping:
I scrounged around my scrap bin and found some printed papers, added a little diecut dump truck, and then added some SRM stickers for my sentiments:
Easy peasy! My only complaint about this one is that the edge of the stickers are really visible on the printed paper. Finally, since yesterday was Cassidy's birthday, and she was having a Minecraft birthday party (sigh), I made her a creeper notecard-sized birthday card. NOT what I would choose for a 9YO little girl, but she has very definite likes and dislikes, and she does not like girly colors and she does like Minecraft, so Minecraft it is:
I created the creeper with Granny Apple Green and Basic Gray cardstocks, stamping the "HB2U" with the Labeler Alphabet (ret) and mounting it on a Chevron-embossed panel. And here is her most recent fashion "accessory"....blue hair!!!
At least it's not neon....and really, it's kind of pretty!! It will fade out eventually, but meanwhile, it's her signature style for now!
Anyway, thanks for popping in! I hope that you'll play along with the Paper Players this week...the DT has some really fun creations, you need to check them all out and share yours with us too! See you at the Paper Players blog!