I have been crafting up a storm this week but, unfortunately, not a scrapbook page was made. You see, I am in the midst of birthday season. Instead of scrapping, I have been making cards. So, I am interrupting LOAD, again, to share some cards for the next few days.
The colors for today's card was inspired by this color challenge:
To create this card, I cut my white cardstock down to a standard size card. I cut the brown mat
to measure 5.25"x4", and the kraft piece measures 5"x 3.75". Next, I used white ink to stamp the Dots and Flowers. I cut a piece of coordinating cardstock to measure 1.75" x 3.75". I stamped the Happy Definition in brown so that the print would run vertically. When the ink had dried, I stamped the Stripes Pattern horizontally in VersaMark and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. I used a stamp border punch on the green piece before adhering the layers, and adding a sentiment and ribbon.
So that's that for the color challenge. But remember how I said I needed a lot of cards this month. Well, it just so happens that the Moxie Fab World has a challenge to make a card set so, using this design, I did just that. And here it is:
Next is Spring Moss:
And finally, the Baja Breeze card with a peak at how I decorated the envelopes:
Come back tomorrow for a look at how I used the Happy Definition Stamp two other ways for another challenge!
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink: (Stamper's Select White; Spring Moss; Dark Chocolate); Stampin' UP! (Kraft; Pink Pirouette; Baja Breeze);
Stamps: Hero Arts (Dots and Flowers; Happy Definition Cling Stamp; Stripes Pattern Cling Stamp; Thinking of You; Happiness Messages);
Inks: Stampin' Up! (Whisper White; Pink Pirouette; Baja Breeze); Ranger (Coffee); VersaMagic (Tea Leaves); VersaMark;
Tools: EK Success Edger Punch (Postage Stamp); EK Success Corner Rounder;
Misc.: Making Memories Ribbon (Passport); Stamp 'n Stuff Embossing Powder (Detail Clear)