WOW! Are you having trouble getting your mojo going like I am?
Today I decided to create a card using a couple of challenges as my starting point to help get the creative juices flowing.
First the sketch I have used is for the latest challenge at Mojo Monday ...
and I decided to get adventurous and use glitter!
Yes I said GLITTER ... something I rarely do because somehow I end up with it EVERYWHERE!~! LOL
So of course the current challenge at Sprinkle n Sparkle (loose glitter, embossing powder and/or flocking) gave me the shove I needed!
Here's my creation:
The stamp set I've used to create my background panel as well as my focus panel is a set from Sparkle n Sprinkle called Poppies. For the background panel I simply stamped my image using Versafine Onyx on a white card stock panel that is 1/4" smaller than my card base.
For my focus image, I used the same stamp but stamped it onto white card stock using Versamark. Then sprinkled PK Glitz 'china red' embossing glitter and heat set. I used a green alcohol marker to add a touch of color to the leaves.
After double matting my focus image using Tutti Designs 'stitched circles', I decided I needed a little more sparkle and added a red glitter border around my second background panel using a Nuvo glue pen and red glitter. I purchased the entire set of glue pens at the Sparkle n Sprinkle booth at last years Adventures in Stamping convention here in Akron. LOVE THOSE THINGS!!!
A little faux stitching and white gelly roll dots were my finishing touches.
So there ya go ... that wasn't so bad!
I just needed a little help getting started!
I hope you'll come back tomorrow when I'll be telling you all about the
BIG ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
going on at the Double D Challenge Blog
(yahoo ... there will be some awesome prizes to play for)
Thanks for stopping by and as always . . .
Papers: White cs, Red cs, Black cs, the Paper Studio 'Harper's Boutique' dp
Inks: Versamark, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: Sparkle n Sprinkle 'Poppies'
Accessories: White gelly roll pen, Nuvo glue pen, Red glitter, Red embossing glitter, heat gun, satin flower from stash