Food Fight!

Hi there. Happy weekend. I’ve had a busy week and have just been loafing all weekend. Then tomorrow, I get to do it all again. Insert a sarcastic “yay!” here.     I haven’t had time to do many challenge cards in the last week (or two) but I did manage to make a card for the 3/28/17 Teapot Challenge MMTPT453 on Splitcoast. Polly was the hostess of our virtual slumber party. And, what’s a slumber party without junk food?! That’s what I’m “bringing” to this shindig.

Food for Teapot TickleI used the adorable Funny Food set from Simon Says Stamp. It’s one of my current favorites. Love their little faces – they make me happy. For this card, I used three of the food images which I colored with Copics cut out with the coordinating dies. I popped them up with foam tape on top of a shaker panel. I sent this card off to a fellow teapotter to “tickle” them.  I hope she likes it.

By the way, these little foodies work perfectly and look great with the little action wobblers too.   They’re easy to use and add a little fun to your card. It gives them a little “BOING”.  Just remove the adhesive and adhere one side of the wobbler to your image then adhere the other side to your card. Easy peasy. Here’s a card I made using a wobbler with the French fries from the Funny Foods stamp set:

Kind Fries I colored the French fries with Copics, cut it out and adhered it to the card with a wobbler. The sentiment comes from Uplifting Thoughts stamp set, also by Simon Says Stamp. I sent this card to Jennifer Timko for graciously helping me with a couple of blog issues I was having. She is such a sweetie and I appreciate her taking time out of her busy schedule to help me.

Hope you all have a wonderful week.

Products used: (stamps) Simon Says Stamp: Funny Foods, Uplifting Thoughts; (cardstock) MFT: Smooth White, Persimmon, Lemon Drop, Dots & Stripes Sorbet 6×6 Crafter’s Companion SNUSP white, DCWV textured cardstock; (ink) MFT Black Licorice hybrid (misc.) Copic markers, sequins, MFT dienamics, SSS dies, action wobbles, Wink of Stella, foam tape

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Cookie Policy

Blog hosted by Splitcoaststampers Privacy Policy Cookie Policy