Today I have Ryan & Ansley for you.. This cute couple is enjoying the Sunflowers, wich I think are real Fall flowers. Love them, but I don't want to have them in my house before half September or so.. (really want the Summer to last a bit longer, before we get into those dreadfull fall rains, yuck!)
The image was stamped with Memento Tuxedo black ink and colored with Copic Markers. Once the image was color I fussy cut it leaving a small white border. Next I used my Sizzix Thinlists 660660 to die cut the pillow box. For my background I used a Sizzix embossing folder and a few distress inks. It's so hard to capture the look of the embossing folder in a photo.
To finish my project I added some sequins, gold ringtones, and the word Fall. Also added some sparkle with my Wink of Stella pen. Here is another project using this adorable image.
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Today I have for you a birthday card. It doesn't quite follow our monthly theme, but everyone needs birthday cards! And, since this week happens to be a birthday week for someone very important to me, I wanted to post a card to acknowledge the occasion.
This High Hopes stamp is called Party Cow and I’ve paired it with Champagne Glass. This is the perfect little image to turn my party cow into an “extra” special party cow! Cheers!
Have a perfectly lovely Sunday and we'll see you again next week with more great inspiration from the talented team at High Hopes Stamps.
Hi it's Bev here today ... for Saturday Scrapbook layout projects st High Hopes Rubber Stamps. If you have been visiting me on Saturdays you will see that I am only using stamped images as accents on pages. I try to theme them to photos which makes them a perfect accent. I am hoping I could inspire you to try using your stamps on layout pages too. For this page I am sharing photo of my grand daughter all decked out in her snowsuit ready to make a snowman. What fun it is when family comes to visit us... puts a smile on my face.
Fall themed cards is the order of business and fun over on the High Hopes Stamps blog today. One of my favourite things with fall is how all the leaves change from their rich green to beautiful shades of orange, yellow and red. Once they dropped from the trees, it was so much fun playing in them.
Today's CAS card is using the adorable stamp called "Tommy's Fall Fun" from High Hopes Stamps. After stamping the image onto XPress it Blending Cardstock, I coloured it with Copic Markers. A bit of twine and some YNS Gumdrops finished it off.
I have a few friends going through some tough times and I am hoping this card will make one of them feel better or smile when they receive it.
I had some fun making a fall themed "hug in a card" using Pumpkin Border and Chubby Pumpkins from High Hopes. This is the first card I have made using a stamped border. I find it very challenging to find a way to use them to be honest. However, this card has started the border creative juices flowing so you may see more in the future. <wink>
After colouring my stamps with alcohol markers, I hand fussy cut them leaving a thin white border around the edge of the pumpkin border. Paper from MFT gave a subtle water color wash background and to me makes the card feel like a warm hug. I cut the border piece out using a stitched rectangle die - I had to cut the leaves on the edge to slip the die in behind the border to cut it. A matching stitched fishtail banner was perfect for the sentiment. Some ribbon and heart shaped sprinkles finish off my card. Card Recipe