ColourQ127 -- this is my first time playing along with the ColourQ. I just really played because the colors spoke to me - Calypso Coral, Blushing Bride, Chocolate Chip, Certainly Celery and White. I think part of the reason it spoke to me was because I had this cute little paper stack with these awesome colors featured on every sheet. So I used my Stampin' Up! punches and punched 3 branches with the Bird Builder punch. Using the same punch I punched the little birds and their feathers. Then with the Cupcake Builder punch I used the frosting part of the cupcake for my clouds. Added a couple of pearls and a little Early Espresso ink to make the eyes. Stamped my sentiment and called it a day. Now I am off to bed. Night folks!
My sweet stamping friend Debbie Angelle sent me the die cuts you see on my card. I put them together to create this card. I am posting it as a Thank You to Debbie.
Thanks Debbie, it was so kind of you to think of me. I love these die cuts! Thanks for sharing with me. <3 p="">
Betty J Schaub
Recently my cousin, Pat asked me to create a card for her granddaughter Kaley. Pat told me Kaley likes horses and the color green. She also stated that Kaley was turning 17. So, as I pondered what I would create for Kaley's 17th birthday card, the wheels began to turn. I knew I wanted to wow both Pat and Kaley. So I immediately decided to stamp a scene. So I pulled out my mountain scene stamp from Stampscapes and stamped onto glossy cardstock (photo paper) with Memento Black. Then I added some trees from Stampscapes and Stampin' Up! The Mare and colt from Stampabilities was stamped onto a separate piece of glossy cardstock then cut out. Using the Top Note Die from Stampin' Up! I created a window. I colored the images with my Stampin' Up! markers and a dauber. Added highlights with a white gel pen. The dotted Ranger Liquid Pearls to make the flowers. The sentiment is from Stampin' Up! The flowers are Petaloo. The card is interactive in that when you pull and push t…