Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Color Throwdown #498 Guest Star Stamper

I'm thrilled to be joining the design team for Color Throwdown #498 as the Guest Star Stamper this week!



I was excited to see the colors peach, pale pink, hot pink and green for the challenge and thought they would be perfect for coloring my Memory Box Llama Love stamps.




The llama, hat and blanket were all stamped, die cut and colored before being adhered together and popped up on the wonky stitched oval. This oval panel is adhered to s slightly larger oval die cut that gives a sliver of a hot pink border.




I hope these colors inspire you to play along with Color Throwdown #498 this week!

Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie




CASology Week 305: JUMPY

Welcome to Week 305 at CASology!




I'm not sure if I've ever shared this, but our first family pet was a beloved aquatic frog that lived in a fishbowl. We inherited Hoppy from a neighbor who received him/her(?) as a party favor. Yes, some parent sent all the kids home from the birthday party with frogs! I couldn't resist these fun Poppystamps dies that reminded me of the days Hoppy was a big part of our family and they were the first thing I thought of with the cue word JUMPY.




For a little texture and interest, the Impression Obsession background stamp is inked with Versamark and heat embossed with a clear embossing powder. The sentiment strip wraps around the panel and the frogs added to look like they are jumping for joy.




The design team has terrific cards this week!



Jacquie Southas (you are here)


We are looking forward to seeing how JUMPY inspires you - just remember to keep it Clean & Simple! You have until 9 AM Monday (CMT) to link your card to the CASology blog.

I'm linking this card to the Poppystamps Challenge: For the Boys.



Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie

Saturday, June 16, 2018

MBC #38 + CTS #276 + Seize the Birthday

This card was inspired by the Memory Box Challenge #38, CAS(E) this Sketch! #276 and Seize the Birthday: Beachy Birthday.

I stamped and heat embossed the fish on a watercolor paper panel before coloring them with my Zig Real Brush markers. The sentiment is added after the panel dried. 




For added interest, the blue ocean is painted on the card base before the panel is popped up with foam adhesive.





   

"Beachy Birthday"
 


Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie