Welcome back for Day 2 of the Dare to Get Dirty Challenges on Splitcoaststampers. Today, I am hosting a challenge and it is a fun one! I gave you a sneak peak yesterday…here is the entire card I made for my challenge:
Aren’t these owls a hoot? (Pun intended) I can’t tell you all the details of my challenge because it’s kind of a secret for SCS Fan Club Mmebers but I will give you a few clues: my card was a combination of the color yellow, things with wings and sequins. wanna know more? Fly on over to SCS and play along. I’d love to add your card to my challenge gallery.
Here are a couple more cards I made for a couple other of today’s challenges…starting with the card I made for Lori’s (a.k.a. lmcaree) challenge. I used an image from one of my favorite stamp sets: Funny Foods from Simon Says Stamp. I just love the cute little images and punny sentiments.
Next is the card I made for Nancy’s (a.k.a. nwilliams6) challenge. I did very little stamping on this card…only the little tan panel behind the flip flops was stamped. Everything else is just patterned paper and the flip flops are chipboard. There are a bunch of fun challenges posted today so be sure to go check them out. Here’s a sneak peek for one of tomorrow’s challenges:
Hope you’ll stop back tomorrow!
Woo-Hoo! It’s time for the week long Dare to Get Dirty challenges over on SCS! It’s super fun and there are some great prizes at the end of the week. But you gotta be in it to win it! Stop on over and join in…click here to go right to the Dare to Get Dirty forum…new challenges will be posted daily and boy, are there some fun ones. I’ve got two coming up…one tomorrow and another on Tuesday so I hope you’ll join in.
Here are a few of the cards I made for today’s challenges. This first card is for Sandee’s (a.k.a stampersandee) DTGD challenge, I started by swiping Distress Oxide inks in Wilted Violet, Worn Lipstick and Iced Spruce onto a piece of acetate, spritzed with water and smooshed onto watercolor paper. Once I was satisfied with the results, I stenciled over the top with Iced Spruce Distress Oxide ink. The sentiment was stamped with regular distress ink (Wilted Violet) first, then I went back over it with the Distress Oxide ink…using the MISTI which really came in handy. The cute shades were cut from mirrored silver cardstock using a MFT die. Added a few Nuvo Crystal Drops to finish it off.
My next card is a sample I made for Bev’s (TexasGrammy’s) challenge. The colorful strip started out as an entire A2 card front (4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″). I heat embossed the triangle pattern (Simon Says Stamp Abstract Triangles background stamp) using Hero Arts white embossing powder then filled in each triangle with watercolors purposely overlapping the colors to achieve additional colors and triangles. It was a little overpowering left as it so I cut it into a strip and left quite a bit of white space.
I also made a sample card for Dina’s (a.k.a. dini) challenge today. I first made a background (A2) by gluing strips of different patterned pieces from Echo Park’s Happy Days collection. When I had all the strips in place where I wanted them, I then cut bigger strips using MFT’s Horizontal Stitched Strips dienamics to form my background. I wanted the fun, colorful pattern to be the star of the show so I kept things simple by just adding a framed sentiment.
There are five challenges posted each day so check out my gallery to see the other cards I made today. If you’re not already a SCS Fan Club member, be sure to sign up so you can access all these challenges as well as many other Fan Club benefits. I’ll be back tomorrow with a few more Dare to Get Dirty 2017 challenge cards. Meanwhile, . Here’s a sneak peek…
It’s been a long time. Phew! I’ve had a busy month (June). I had a wonderful visit from my adorable twin nieces who live in Colorado. I’ve just had busy weekends too (Father’s Day, Birthday’s, etc.) and haven’t had the time to post here or on Splitcoaststampers but I’m getting back on track now. I’m popping in quickly tonight to share a card I made recently for Independence Day. It was for SCS Teapot Challenge and I combined it with last Friday’s Mix-Ability challenge.
I started with a piece of watercolor paper and added various shades of blue Brushos spritzed with water. Once dried, I added spackle through a stencil to create the fireworks. Once that was dry I went in and added a few silver Nuvo glitter drops. I covered the bottom portion of the card with a panel that I cut from the NY skyline die-namic from MFT. This card wasn’t planned, it just sort of fell into place and I LOVE it!
Products used: (cardstock) MFT Black Licorice, After Midnight, Watercolor Paper; (stamps) Taylored Expressions, (misc.) Versamark, White Embossing Powder (Hero Arts), Nuvo Glitter Drops (silver), Echo Park Stencil (Fireworks), spackle, Brushos, MFT NYC Skyline Dienamics
It’s hump day. Half way through the work week. I’m popping in with a quick post to show off a card I made for Anthony, the 16-year old recipient of this week’s SCS Teapot Challenge MMTPT458
I made the main panel by stamping the basketball multiple times with Orange Marmalade Distress Ink them spritzing it with water until it bled a little. When that dried I added some splatters of Orange Marmalade and Black Soot ink that was watered down. I stamped one basketball onto black cardstock with Versamark and embossed it using orange embossing powder. After cutting it with a circle punch, I attached it to the card with a mini action wobbler.
I hope this brings a smile to Anthony’s face and cheers him up a little. I really enjoyed making this card for him.
Thanks for stopping by. Until next time…
Today I’m sharing a card I made for this week’s SCS Teapot Challenge MMTPT457 which called for dancers or a dancing related theme.
I pulled out this Kraftin’ Kimmie cutie; I thought of her as soon as I read the challenge. I love coloring this image but I wanted to do something different this time so I decided to try coloring on a black background instead of my usual white. I have to say I love the way it turned out.
The image was stamped on MFT Black Licorice cardstock using Memento ink in Desert Sand. It was kind of hard to see the exact lines but I could see enough of the basic outlines to trace and lightly outline the sections with a white Prismacolor pencil. I used Prismacolor pencils to color in each section (i.e. the head, legs, dress, feather, etc.) separately which kept it from getting overwhelming. Trust me when I say it was hard to see the lines. 😉 I added a darker shade to add a little depth and used the white pencil again to make the dress look really ruffly. Overall, the dress ruffles came out more as I envisioned them to look with the pencils vs. Copics. I think the white really adds to the look of the layers.
This card will be heading to a fellow teapotter once I find out where to send it this weekend. I hope my teapot friend likes this little dancer as much as I do.
Products used: (cardstock) MFT Black Licorice, PTI Blueberry Sky; (stamps) Kraftin’ Kimmie, (ink) Memento Desert Sand (misc.) Prismacolor Pencils, Wink of Stella, Versamark, White Embossing Powder (Hero Arts), sequins