Welcome through the doors of the "Making Room" the name, given by my ( grandaughter when she was a little girl, she struggled to describe my craft room, she also said it was very messy! and it still is!
Good morning and welcome to this weeks challenge at Make My Monday which this weeks is all about your two
I decided to make a CAS card with my new SU Painted Petals stamp set coloured with American Crafts Stamp Markers. I love this stamp set ... this was a quick and easy card.
One of my favoirite colour combos is Pink and Green.
I needed a quick thank you card ... so continued the theme
I enjoyed playing with this stamp set... as you can tell from below, although I'm not that happy with them, but I'll show you any way.
Thank you for visiting, have a good week
Suzi B xx
I've taken my inspiration from the Less is More 4th birthday celebration challenge which is to use the colours
Pink & Grey. Happy Birthday LIM
I used Dina Wakley heart stamps from Collaged Hearts, stamped with, Versafine: Smokey Gray and Color Box Q: Rosebud. I bought these hearts with the intention of using them in a journal!.... never happened.... one day :-). To add a bit of dimension I added Glossy Accents to the small heart and dropped a pink heart gem into it. My Glossy accent glue is not as clear as it should be, due to the hatpin I use to stop it from clogging up! I read about some one using silicone babies bottle teats on their glue,which sounds like a good idea but I can't find the link! ...
I'm sure lots of you are making Valentine cards at the moment so why not show us your creations. Pop across to MMM to see the lovely inspiration from the design team.
Have a great week..... lets hope it's not quite as cold...especially no more biting winds!
Here's my Design Team piece which will hopefully inspire you to join us.
We would love to see your interpretations.
I perused many of my flower and heart stamps deciding to use the Poppy Heart stamp by IndigoBlu, thinking it would kill two birds with one stamp, ha ha. From that initial thought came the above. My work always evolves and never ends up anything like my first thoughts! I did cut out a couple of poppies from the poppy heart stamp! I used the quote from Chocolate Baroque's lovely Rose Stem Script added onto a heart shape made using a Woodware punch. I also punched out another heart from red card which, can hardly be seen :-) over stamped with a script stamp from Prima, which was also used in the background.
Pop across to the MMM challenge blog to see the lovely inspirational pieces from my fabulous teamies!