Doh! I got so busy last night catching up on some TV programs from last week and working on this card for these challenges, that I completely forgot to post. Bad blogger, no new stamps for you this week! ( I lied, I'm waiting on orders from Our Craft Lounge (they have some adorable new releases) and Verve Stamps (they're having a sale through the end of this month).
I've got another two challenges in one card today. The first is for the Spellbinders' Challenge (you're supposed to create a card using the Spellbinders products), and the second challenge is Our Creative Corner, which is one of my favorites. I haven't been making cards or participating in challenges very long, but in the 3 (or is it 4) weeks that I've been participating, I always try to do the challenge from Our Creative Corner. If you have the time, you should really check out the fantastically gorgeous work from those ladies. Oh yeah, the OCC challenge this week was to use a tag on the front of your card.
So here's my little attempt:
Since I needed to showcase the Spellbinders' products, my itsy brain started thinking about just how many sets I could use on one card without the card looking like I just tossed everything at it. I've used a total of 7 different Spellbinders die sets on this card; 5 on the front, and 2 inside. The use of the dies is pretty self explanatory when you view the card, so I won't bore you with those details.
I purposely left the message area inside blank; I'm not sure who I'm giving the card to yet, so I'll hand write my message when I have a definite recipient. On the bottom, I cut out the castle from a sheet of DP from Sandylion (Dreamland is the line, I think).
So, without further ado, for the materials used:
Cardstock: Bazzill- Bazzill White
DP: Heidi Grace (green stripe); Sandylion
Stamps: Imaginisce (I adore that little froggy); Simon Says Stamp (the sentiment)
The little froggy prince is colored with Copic markers.
The bling and the pearls are from K & Company
For the nesties: Classic Square Small, Scalloped Square Small, Classic Circle Large, Scalloped Circle Large, Ribbon Tag Trio, Long Classic Rectangles Large, Long Scalloped Rectangles Large.
So now, I've got to clean up the aftermath of my creative flurry and get started on something else. Hmm, what am I in the mood to do today?
I wonder why spring is my favorite season, but Easter cards are one of my least favorite cards to make?
Talk at ya tomorrow!