Sunday, August 23, 2015

Creative Sunday

I love a lazy, creative Sunday, and that's exactly what today was for me. 

I have three cards to share today for three challenges that inspired me. 

First up is this week's Muse Challenge . . . 


I was inspired by the background stamp on the left, although I went with a different color scheme (and different stamps, dies, embellishments . . . but you know what I mean).  

 
I used supplies from my new Stamp of Approval box from Catherine Pooler.  The supplies were from the "friendship" box which has already sold out.  Mine arrived last week, and I will tell you that it has been awesome fun!  


Highly recommend you get on the waiting list for the next box. 

My second card was inspired by this week's Freshly Made Sketch . . .
 

And here is my card . . .


On this card I used supplies from The Stamps of Life's Stamp and Die of the month, and I used pattern papers from the April Card Kit.  I love how this one turned out using felt for the t-shirt.  I have a few more of these in the works.  Oh the possibilities!

And then finally, for Color Throwdown, some colors that leaned a little toward fall . . .


 More Stamps of Life for this one . . . the latest Monthly Card kit (August). 


I got matchy, matchy with all the chevron pattern papers.  For the "happiness" sentiment, I started with a piece of white cardstock which I inked up in black.  I then used layers of clear embossing powder.   Super thick and shiny!  Love how it turned out. 


It was a great weekend for creating.  I hope you were inspired to do something crafty. 


Supplies Used - Love Ya
Cardstock:  Neenah and Bazzill
Stamps:  Curtis Background from CAS-ual Fridays*
Dies:  Love Ya Die and Friendly Flowers, both from CAS-ual Fridays*
Ink:  Hero Arts Ombre Ink
Other:  Bright White Mix Sequins from Lucy's Cards*

*from Stamp of Approval Friendship Collection
  
Supplies Used -  Awesome Sister
Cardstock and Pattern Paper from the Stamps of Life April Card Kit
Twine from The Stamps of Life September Card Kit
Stamps and Dies from The Stamps of Life (tshirt2stamp, sayings4shirts and T-shirt Dies)
Felt from The Stamps of Life, Staz-on Ink and Pretty Pink Post Sequins

Supplies Used - Happiness
Supplies for this card were from The Stamps of Life August Card Kit
Other Supplies:  Versamark, Versafine and Clear Embossing Powder; sequins from Pretty Pink Posh








10 comments:

  1. I just love your "sister" t-shirt card! What a terrific idea!

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  2. Love that t-shirt! What a cute card! Thank you for helping us celebrate 200 at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  3. I love all your cards, but especially the sister one -- super sweet!

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  4. WOW - ALL yours cards are FABULOUS!!!
    ... LOVE the sister t-shirt :)

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  5. Fabulous cards! I love the sentiment on the t-shirt - I could use that with each of my three sisters :) Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

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  6. Wow, you were busy! Love your Muse card - the shapes in the background are echoed in the shape of the flower petals - so glad you joined us this week!

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  7. Lazy, creative, Sundays are the best....you have created three awesome cards!!! Love how you used the colors on the Color Throwdown card...thanks for playing along with us this week!!!

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  8. Great cards, Debbie. I love how you've used my layout but changed it up with a different colour palette. Thanks for playing along at Muse this week, Anita x

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  9. Your card caught my eye over in the Freshly Made Sketches Gallery and I wanted to come visit and see more! And what a treat to see so many amazing cards in one post - so super impressive and just all so gorgeous and awesomely styled!! I really enjoyed visiting your blog and I would love it if you popped over for a visit to my blog at daisiesgirl.com!! I have a giveaway going on right now!
    Taunya Butler
    http://daisiesgirl.com

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  10. Great cards! Love the glossy sentiment! I'm so glad you joined us this week at the Color Throwdown!

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