Sunday, June 30, 2013

2013-2015 In Color Showcase, Part 2

Check it out. Two days in a row! I rarely post on even days, but I'm making an exception because I have been neglectful this month to my blog and because I am so excited to share this project:

Today's post will feature three spaces as will tomorrow's.

Stamps: Gorgeous Grunge, Really Good Greetings
Paper: Strawberry Slush Designer Series Paper, Whisper White
Ink: Baked Brown Sugar, Coastal Cabana, Pistachio Pudding

Accessories: Big Shot, Chalk Talk Framelits, Simply Pressed Clay and Molds, Basic Pearls

I "grunged up" the tag by stamping with the Gorgeous Grunge stamps of the stripes and the dots. The Simply Pressed Clay was easy to use. I'll show more on that in a different post. But know, it's easy.

For this one, I wanted a little more "white space", or in this case--Brown Sugar Spice space.

Stamps: Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamp
Paper: Baked Brown Sugar Designer Series Paper, Strawberry Slush  Designer Series Paper, Crisp Cantelope Designer Series Paper
Ink: Coastal Cabana, Pistachio Pudding and Strawberry Slush Reinkers

Accessories: Big Shot, Chalk Talk Framelits, Simply Pressed Clay and Molds, Basic Pearls, Fashionable Hearts Embosslits, Coastal Cabana 3/8" Ruffle Stretch Trim Ribbon

In this frame, I used the word "love," which is from one of my demonstrator set of Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps. I just made a splotch of clay and stamped. After it dried, I colored with my aquapainter and ink refills. The heart came from another stamp in that set.



My last share for today is this frame and is actually the last one I did. I had the vision of it in my mind and knew I could do it. It turned out better than in my mind, which is pretty good.

Stamps: Six Sided Sampler
Paper: Pistachio Pudding Designer Series Paper, Coastal Cabana Designer Series Paper, Whisper White
Ink: Baked Brown Sugar, Coastal Cabana, Pistachio Pudding, Strawberry Slush, Crisp Cantelope
Accessories: Hexagon Punch, Elegant Butterfly, Candy Dots, Candy Dots Brad Bases, Basic Pearls

I did a happy dance when I first saw the Hexagon Punch. As someone who cut out the hexagons on her This and That book, I wanted a punch this size.

Happy Creating!

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