I started this card on our trip to NJ last month for the 200th sketch at Freshly Made Sketches, but never had a chance to finish it! So I tweaked it a little more, and decided to post it anyway since the ole blog must be getting rusty!
Used Papertrey Ink's Petite Pots and some dies from Mama Elephant.
A long overdue Challenge Chicks post! This month, Diane chose our theme, and she picked "Circle of Friendship"...to make a card with circles, about friends, or both. I chose both :)!
The circular flowers are from Wplus9 Studio's "Doodle Buds" set, and the background confetti dots are from Papertrey Ink's "Good Times" set.
The sentiment is from Verve's "Text Objects" set. I like how it had both "sunny" and "around" in it, perfect for the theme! I added some Wink of Stella glitter pen and Diamond Stickles on some of the dots, as well as some mini orange flower sequins from the PTI Shakers and Sprinkles kit.
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Danielle Flanders hosted this week's Make It Monday at Papertrey Ink, and her card featured a cute open window bringing the inside of the card to the outside.
Thought it would be a perfect time to use my new Petite Places: Camper set. Bringing the outside to the outside?!
I have had the "Lakeside" papers from Pebbles for so long and they have such cute plaids and camping themes. Also used the new Scene It dies for the mountains and trees. The left side of the card is this cool wood tape that I keep in a safe spot because I don't want to overuse it ;)!
I colored my banner with Copics...may use this for an upcoming graduation party for our neighbor's son!
Used the new "Still Life: Summer" set from Papertrey Ink.
Stamped the fruits in A Muse Studio and Fresh Inks then added some mini flowers made with a Memory Box die. A little Limeade Ice peeking out of the side of the A Muse Studio Gingham paper. What a fun sketch this week!
This month's blog hop theme at Papertrey Ink was to be inspired by this adorable inspiration photo...
I started off making a floral card, but something about those stripes made me want to get out my new "Guiding Lights" stamp set.
I used the new dies and stamps to make a masculine birthday card that I need for the weekend.
Blended some Hero Arts Butter Bar (yellow) ink and some Tim Holtz Wild Honey to make the sky in the background. The cardstock is embossed with a striped folder from Sizzix, and the stitched circle is cut with a die from Simon Says Stamp.
Can't wait to visit blogs for the hop, I loved this photo!