Wednesday, September 29, 2010

I Challenge You Wednesday - Sunflower Stamps

My friend picked the challenge for this week and it was to use these stamps:
They coordinate with the Blossom II Nestabilities and are from Heartfelt Creations.
Here are my cards that use them.
If you're wondering WHERE the flowers are -- I'll show you --- they're inside this card..
Supplies used on this card are:
  • Heartfelt Creations Sunflower Stamps
  • Coloring Page from here (I colored the turkey's body and cut off the feathers.  Added my own homemade feathers using scraps from my scrap bin)
  • Crayola Markers (colored image with)
  • Black Felt tip marker (faux stitching around turkey feathers)
  • Singer Pixie sewing machine -- zig zag stitch around the card
  • Sentiment (no details on stamp)
  • Brown ink
A friend as me to make her two sympathy cards so I included the challenge on them so as to have two more cards to post!

Card #2

This one also has some of those sunflower on the inside
 Supplies used on this card include:
  • Calendar page (the flower image comes from there)
  • Scallop/Circle Nestabilites
  • Singer Pixie Sewing Machine (lots of stitching - around image and on front of card)
  • Yellow Ribbon
  • White Embossing Powder (on all the flowers)
  • Sentiment (Studio G)
  • MS Leave punch
  • Fiskars Threading Water Border Punch
Card #3
The inside of this card:
Supplies on this card include:
  • Image (recycled from a greeting card sent to me)
  • Scallop/Circle Nestabilites
  • Singer Pixie sewing machine (once again LOTS of stitching on the front of this card)
  • Heartfelt Creations stamps
  • Chalks (I chalked that blue flower)
  • Blue embossing powder (all the flowers)
  • Fiskars Threading Water Border Punch
  • Sentiment (Studio G)
  • DP - Classics (K & Company)
Now go here to see what my friend created this week.

1 comment:

Sophia said...

Those are all so pretty! I especially like the effect of using white embossing powder to stamp the flowers (instead of black). I'll have to remember that!

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