We are blog hopping today with Scor-Pal and Skipping Stone Stamps. You should have arrived here from Jennifer Ingle's blog. If you didn't just start at the Scor-Pal Blog and see what everyone has created today.
I am thrilled to have been playing with the Sassy Shoes stamp set and I had fun creating these cards.
"Born to shop, forced to work was stamped" on a pink cardstock panel in pink ink and then embossed, creating a very subtle background for my image.
The image was stamped in Denim Mix'd Media Inx and embossed with Pearl Embossing Powder. I then "painted" the image with several colors of Smooch Ink before cutting it out and adding to the pink panel with foam adhesives.
Using my Scor-Pal, I created a box around the pink panel.
The rhinestone swirl was added for a touch of bling and several of the rhinestones were colored with Smooch Ink.
For my next card, I cut my cardstock 5 1/2" x 11", then simply scored a straight line at the 5 1/2" point to create the perfect crease for my square card.
The shoes were stamped on cream cardstock, then the bows were colored with pink markers. The sentiment was stamped and then die cut with Spellbinders dies and adhered over the twill.
These stamps were perfect to use for the interior sentiment too.
Thanks for stopping by today.
Your next stop on this hop is Wendy Jordan.
Scoring tool: Scor-Pal
Stamps: Skipping Stones
Ink, embossing powder: Clearsnap Mix'd Media Inx; ColorBox Cocoa Pigment Ink; Smooch; Top Boss Pearl Embossing Powder