Saturday, April 23, 2016

Clover Toadstool Dreams

Three projects in a row - could it be?  Well, if you haven't already picked yourself up from falling off your chair, then you can do so now.  I promise not to have any more surprises in this post.  LOL.  

This is the Clover Toadstool Dreams Card Kit from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and includes the rubber stamp.  These were actually the original colors that were used for the label of the stamp too.  I paired it with a little bit of red and yellow for a good visual punch. 





Friday, April 22, 2016

Skelekinz No Sunshine

I've been enjoying coloring these Skelekinz rubber stamp images and here's another one for today.  This is Skelekinz No Sunshine rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I must be on a yellow kick too since both projects have a lot of yellow. 

LMMS is sponsoring Crafty Catz Challenges this week and the theme is "Add Lace" to your projects. I used some odds and ends from the desk - a trusty source of supplies - and also dived into my flower box for some embellishments.  The lace is from a new spool.  Perhaps I could have used up some of my older lace but where is the fun in that?!  LOL

This card is also a new card kit.  Oh yeah!  There were only two kits made and it comes with the rubber stamp too.  Look for Skelekinz No Sunshine Card Kit in the store plus a couple others there as well.











Thursday, April 21, 2016

Skelekinz Moon

This project uses Skelekinz Moon rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps.  There is a new LMM challenge opening up today that you can come participate in Anything Goes.


This was the first I had colored in a long time and I felt a little displaced.  I knew I wanted to make it more dimensional but I couldn't think out the layers and what needed to be colored.  I ended up coloring the image completely, four times.  LOL.  Then I was able to cut out what I needed and pop them up. 

I had intended to make the moon look real but I definitely I chose the wrong colors.  Now it looks more like cheese!  I suppose that fit in with storytelling so it still works.  I'm reminded of Wallis and Gromit when they journey to the moon - "everybody knows the moon is made of cheese."