Hello everyone. There are some new faces at Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I hope you will join us in welcoming the new members of the Design Team. I look forward to getting to know them better and enjoying their crafty inspiration. You may findChallenge #148 and meet the new Design Team members here. Now on to my card.
I usedGrandpa the Reaper to create this fun, whimsical Halloween card. I punched the moon with a large circle punch. I thought the ghostly paper was a fun choice for the moon. I cut the words spooky and eek from some patterned paper. Grandpa has been colored with color pencils. I punched the cat, rat and the bat to complete the card. I hope you like my card. Thanks so much for stopping by.
Well time is almost up for entering the MFT Card Design Superstar Contest. I was hoping to get 3 done but I spent so much time trying to get some decent pictures. A photographer I am NOT! I created the template for this card many years ago and posted a very amateur tutorial if you would like to see it here. That was from 2009. The idea was born even earlier because when I first created it I used a 12 x 12 piece of cardstock. You can see the card I made back in 2008 here. Through the years I have tweaked the design and I now use an 8x11 piece of paper. Enough of my rambling, here is my card.
Here is a close up of the flooring I created with the Fishnet Cover up die.
I ran it through the bigshot but let the pieces remain. I think it makes the perfect tile floor.
Here are some more photos to show the details. I used the no-line coloring technique by stamping the pigs with Memento Angel Pink and then colored with colored pencils. Their party hats were made with this die.
I used my score-pal to make the shutters and siding, however I realized as I was writing this post, my siding is Wainscoting, as it is vertical. haha
The card folds flat to fit in an envelope for mailing. You just have to remove the brads from the awning.
Here are a few more pictures to show the detail.
I stamped, colored, and fussy cut the cupcakes. The 3 on the counter are adhered to a thin clear strip of plastic. The doily for those 3 cupcakes was made with this die.
Finally the countertop edge was made with this die.
I hope you enjoyed my card. I had so much fun making it!
Hello friends! It is time for a new Anything Goes Challenge at LMMS. There are some new Halloween images in the store and this is a card I made with one of them. Polka Dot Pals Ghostly.
I really enjoyed coloring this cutie and creating the background too! I used copics and colored pencils. I drew the fence and the sidewalk and used a few punches to finish the card. You can check out the details forchallenge 147 here.
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As always, I appreciate your visits. Thank you so much for stopping by!
Hello friends! My Favorite Things is having a contest with a fabulous prize for 10 winners. There is some serious competition with over 380 entries. I wouldn't want the job of judging all those cards. There are just under 2 days left to enter. You can see more details here.
This is a picture with the barn closed. The milk cans, pig, and cow are images I used for the slider element.
When you pull the slide you are able to open the face of the barn and look what's inside.
I paper-pieced my images with some gingham papers from my stash. I love gingham and polka dots.
Here is a close-up of the slider.
Finally here is a photo of the dies and stamps I used.
I used MFT inkpads to sponge the edges of the images to add some depth. The gingham papers are from my stash. The cardstock is MFT. Thanks so much MFT for a chance to play along! Now to finish my second card. The clock is ticking..........
I used shades of yellow and orange to color up these stacked summer snails. I had fun coloring the snails shell. I like trying to have a smooth blend when coloring with my copics. There are several snail stamps to choose from if you would like to take a look. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hello friends! Have you seen this cute little fellow in the Little Miss Muffet Store? He isSnailMail.
There are several new rubber stamps in the store and they are so cute! Here is my card.
He has been colored with copics and colored pencils and layered onto patterned paper. The finished card size is 5x7inches. Thanks for having a look! You can find more inspiration on the LMMS Facebook Page.