Saturday, August 31, 2019

September Papercraft Business Blog Challenge - Bears

Hello Friends I am back with a 
new blog change from Papercraft Business Challenge!!
This month as always you can play along with 
Anything goes or you can use the theme Bear!

I used MFT BB Birthday Bears
I adore these bears!!
For papers I actually used some leftovers from 
a scrapbook album I am working on.
They were the inspiration for the colour palate!
And don't be scared to use up all of those extras,
you will be double please with yourself!

 I used a softer palette as i wanted a contract to the dark bear.

 AS ALWAYS I LOVE me detail so I added some 
silk thread.  It is so shinny and soft looking!
I layered the bear on stitched circles that I cut 
from my Stampin Up dies, I layered those on a doily, 
Vintage too boot!! and added a few staples for interest!

 Here is my coloured bear & the copic colours I used.
I love my copics!

Here is a look at the stamp set with a few more images that I coloured up.
I tend to colour a bunch at one and run through the Scan N Cut.
I now have a few cards ready to assemble when needed!

Here is the inside of my card - 
I stamped near the top to leave lots of room to write. 

Here is the complete card again!

I hope you choose to play along with us at 
Papercraft Business Challenge Blog

for every entry ( up to 3 ) you have the chance to win this stamp by Whimsy Stamps!!
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thank you for stopping by friends - I can't wait to see your creations!!

Monday, August 19, 2019

MFT Otterly Love You

Hello All - 
I am here to share an anniversary card 
I was asked to make for friends who are on their first Anniversary.

I used the MFT stamp Ottery love you.
They live on a lake so I wanted some water incorporated, 
and fish don't say love to me! lol 
 When You open the front cover you see the entire scene.
I added waves, birch trees, inked clouds, added rocks 
(as otters in our area are always playing on rocks) 
and one fish as they do fish alot!

When you flip open the scene you see the sentiment.
Another photo from another angle!

Thanks for stopping in - I wanted to join the following challenges:

Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog Logo Simon Says Stamp Mid Summer BLUE

adding pinterest script 3. Changing the Position of the Pin it! button The cool thing about this code is that you have some freedom over where the Pinterest button for Blogger will go over the image. Take a look at the code that you just copied and pasted into the HTML for the word 'center'.