Saturday, May 15, 2010

Stamping fun

I just love to use rubber stamps. I love that you can have one product that can be used a number of ways. Both of my cards that I am going to share in this post feature stamps.
This first card is my Card Positioning Systems card for this week. I pulled out this adorable Cornish Heritage Farms stamp that I have had for awhile. Is she just too cute sitting there? Since I seem to be so attracted to yellow right now, that was the perfect color for her dress. At first the sketch was looking a little challenging to me and then I decided to just give it my own slant which is the intention of working with sketches anyway.
The piano was stamped with black ink and embossed with clear embossing powder and then this can be different everytime by just coloring her dress in a different color.
Next, I wanted to use the color challenge at Gina K and these new stamps I won at Gina K plus the sketch at Get Sketchy sketch #37 for last week. The color combo is black/white and gray so out came the papers I just received in a goodie box from ScrapbookTrends, papers by My Mind's Eye.
I didn't even have to color the shells, I just gave them a little bit of accent with some gray colored Copic markers.
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And for some more photos!
We have been playing a whole lot with bubbles lately, they can be so much fun for everybody.
He can even play with the bubbles while he was swinging!
Can you see that JOY on his face as he is being pushed in the swing!?
It has really been funny as the poor cat has been trying to figure out these bubbles! Just as she gets up to one, it will pop.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
SKETCH 167 – SMILEcard
Materials:
Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Curious Iridescent Cryogen White/CutCardStock.com
Patterned paper – Fly a Kite: Danelions/October Afternoon
Stamps – Cornish Heritage Farms
Copic Markers
Black Versafine stamp pad
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous
Flowers – Prima
Circle punch – Papershapers
Brads – Creative Impressions
Sandpaper
COUNT THE WAVES… card
Materials list:
Cardstock – Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Patterned papers – Lush/My Mind’s Eye
Border punch – Martha Stewart
Stamps – Gifts From the Sea/Gina K
Copic Markers
Black Versafine stamp pad
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous
Self adhesive pearls – Queen & Co.
Circle cutting template - Coluzzle
Sandpaper

13 comments:

  1. Dang Linda - your cards are FABULOUS! AND your little grandson just melts my heart!

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  2. Both cards are wonderful Linda! Love how you use the Gina K stamps. Your grandson is so adorable!!!

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  3. What a fun post! Love your photos and your projects. Oh my goodness! That looks just like my dd at the piano! I took a photo of her at the piano in her Easter dress from behind like that. I'll have to look for it.

    Thanks for your sweet comments. You are such a dear!

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  4. Your cards are wonderful and the photos are sooooo cute....the one with the cat looking at the bubble, wow!!

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  5. awesome Linda! you may as well enter your black and white in the copic creations challenge! love that little girl piano..so sweet and OFCOURSE...bubbles is ADORABLE..he he he..what a cutie!

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  6. Oh I love that little piano girl! So adorable. And now I want to go play with bubbles. Beautiful cards, once again, dear Linda!

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  7. I am just in love w/ that stamp! And your card is so cute! You're so right, you can have a different card every time just by changing the color of her dress!

    Love it!!!

    And such cute pics!!! Bubbles ARE fun for everyone! I completely agree! :)

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  8. LOVE that piano stamp...just so stinkin cute!! And the other card is beautiful!! Love the pics!

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  9. Both cards are gorgeous - but that top one is WOW!!!!

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  10. LOVE both your cards!!! Between CHF and GKD goes most of my craft budget :). Your GS is adorable!!!
    Love the pic of your cat too - my old one loved to 'catch' bubbles when my kids were young.

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  11. I LOVE the piano card! Both are just fabulous but the detail in the piano stamp is just incredible! Love the bubbles photos! :)

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  12. That picture with the cat and the bubble is just magic. Great job capturing that.

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  13. Beautiful cards and sweet photos. TFS.

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