Happy Tuesday, everyone! The Retro Rubber Challenge took a break but we're back with a fabulous new challenge starting off the new year, giving those older stamps some love! Here's our prompt:
Ooh, isn't that a beauty of a prompt?! I love it! I knew just what I wanted to do, too! Here we go:
I had this beautiful foiled snowflake paper in my stash, and I simply used an old mitten die to cut out a pair of them, mounted them on a stitched white panel and added some silver twine and sequins:
The sentiment from Warmth and Wonder (2013) was stamped directly on a piece of patterned DSP in Misty Moonlight ink:
While I was at it, I made another card using some fun snow-themed DSP that I had been hoarding, simply because I really didn't know how to use it! I created a larger card...7 1/4" x 4 1/4"...in order to fit all the cute images on:
I got a little carried away with the bling, glimmer and snowflakes, but I had fun:
The papers are all from Simple Stories' Winter Wonderland, with accents of Blue Glimmer paper diecut snowflakes, sequins, silver glimmer ribbon and a sentiment from Snow Much Fun (2011)!
I hope you'll find some snowy, winter-wonderland inspiration with our challenge this week! Just remember, your stamps have to be at least a year old, and you have to tell us the approximate age! Can't wait to see what you create! Thanks for popping in for a visit! Enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Warmth & Wonder (2013)|
|Card stock & Papers||Whisper White, Silver Bells DSP (Kaisercraft), Wonderland DSP (Kaisercraft)|
|Accessories||Silver Twine (ret), Sequins from my stash|
|Tools||Big Shot, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Stamparatus, Mitten Dies (Nestabilties), Sponge Daubers|