Happy Stump Day, Hampers!
Today's card project was created for SCS's "Clean and Simple" Design Team search. Designers must create a card following a sketch, a color combination, and/or an autumn-themed holiday. I chose to create a card featuring my favorite autumn holiday: Halloweenie!
I stamped my pumpkin in hybrid ink, colored it
poorly using Copic markers, then over-stamped the sentiment in Distress ink.
For all the spooky product info, check out the supply list, below.
Soooooooo, Sheila's DH, Ken, called me last night to ask if I'd create an "anniversary-slash-birthday" card for him to give to Sheila.
"Ummm, Ken, I can make a birthday card ... or, I can make an anniversary card. Do you want me to make one of each?" I asked.
"No, that won't work, Deb. I need a card that covers both events ... we're celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of Sheila's twenty-ninth birthday."
Alrighty, then ... that I can do!
Thanks for stopping by ... you rocketh!
- Card Stock: "Basic Black," "Dusty Durango," and "Very Vanilla" Card Stock by Stampin' Up!
- Designer Paper: "Haunted" Collection by Cosmo Cricket
- Stamps: Pumpkin Dollar Stamp by Michaels; Sentiment Stamp from "Haunted" Clear Stamp Set by Cosmo Cricket
- Ink: "Orangerie" Palette Hybrid Ink by Stewart Superior; "Black Soot" Distress Ink by Ranger
- Color Medium: Copic Markers
- Accessories: Satin Ribbon by May Arts
- Tools: Die-Cut Machine by Provo Craft; Nestabilities Dies by Spellbinders Paper Arts; Stamp-A-Ma-Jig by EK Success; Foam Tape; Scotch ATG 714 Adhesive
- Finished Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"