Saturday, March 21, 2020

Hello Peeps

Happy Saturday!  I have a couple more cards today; this one is another CAS one, using the CAS(E) This Sketch sketch, way back from its very onset:

As I was laying in bed yesterday morning, this little set, Basket Bunch, popped into my mind and I thought how cute it would be in this layout!  So here we go:

All the peeps and bunny were stamped in Stazon, colored with Blends, and mounted on a small stitched circle die from Stitched Labels:

I pulled out a couple more oldies for the inside:

Jingle Belles has a Fa-La-La challenge, which is to use music on your card, and I have had some of this musical DSP for a long time, and never knew quite how to use it:

I mounted it on a cardstock of Crumb Cake after sponging the edges, then added a wide organdy ribbon, a sentiment from O Holy Night (Papertrey), stamped on Very Vanilla, and I added some glimmer paper greenery:

A good trick for diecutting glimmer paper using intricate dies is to peel the backing off the back of the glimmer paper.  I also use a Precision Base Plate....the combination of those two really make the paper pop out easily!  This uses the sketch from Inspire Create:
Thanks for popping in today!!  Be sure to come back tomorrow for a new Paper Players sketch, too!

A little virtual karate:

Master Fisher is doing his best to make sure his students don't lose their skills!  Enjoy your day and be blessed!

First Card Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Basket Bunch, Little Cuties, And Many More (all ret)
Card stock & Papers     Thick White, 2018-2019 In Color Gingham (ret)
 Ink Memento Black, Early Espresso
Accessories Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched Labels Dies, Basket Builder Dies (ret)

Second Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps O Holy Night (Papertrey)
Card stock & Papers     Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Dark & Light Green Glimmer (ret), Deck The Halls DSP (Melissa Frances)
 Ink Merry Merlot, Crumb Cake (for sponging)
Accessories Dimensionals, Wide Organdy Cherry Cobbler Ribbon (ret)
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched Nested Labels Dies, In The Woods Dies


Kampin' Karen said...

The sheet music paper is great. I don't like marshmellow peeps, but I'm sure I would like solid chocolate ones! Technology can be a good thing...gotta keep working towards the belts!

I Card Everyone said...

Oh LeAnne, so darling! I love your peeps! ... thanks so much for sharing these sweeties with us at CTS!
I love that touch of Vintage you do so well!
to Cassidy: hiiiiiii YAH!

Lorraine said...

Great cards! I could go for some peeps right about now. Stay well.

Linda Callahan said...

Oh those peeps! Cute cute cute! And I have some music paper that I don't know what to do with either! Perfect holiday card!

Lisa Elton said...

Love those little peeps, but my eye is on that chocolate bunny LOL!! Pretty sparkles you added to your Christmas card. Modern technology is letting people do so much form their home ~ good girl Cassidy!

whoistracy said...

Oh I love that bunny card! Perfect sentiment, too. Love that they're having "virtual" karate, what a great idea. Stay safe.

Colleen Dietrich said...

What a beautiful Christmas card, LeAnne!

lauren bergold said...

well i'm glad you held on to the music paper bc this definitely was the perfect use for it! beautiful card, as always! thanks for FA-LA-LA-ing along with us at JINGLE BELLES!

ps: i love that you can fit easter, xmas and the cuuutest karate kid all into one fab post!!! ♥

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

I spy a winner with the Easter peeps LeAnne - I like this card so much I have dug this set out of my retired box to CASE it, so super cute!!