Tuesday, November 3, 2015

SHOPPING OUR STASH #226 - Light My Fire



Hello and welcome! This week at SHOPPING OUR STASH, we challenge you to make a project using something related to light (light bulbs, the sun, candles, fireplace, street lights, etc) Here's my card:


 and the inside:


Pay no attention to that lower left corner, where somehow some loose embossing powder stuck. And I didn't notice until I uploaded my pictures. And I didn't feel like retaking the pics. I'm lazy. Wink.

Got any bright ideas for a card or project using lights? Link it up at Shopping Our Stash so we can see it. Be sure to check out the enlightening creations by the other ladies and leave them some bloggy love. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!



Supplies:
Stamps: Unity Stamps; Stampendous
Ink: VersaMark: Memento - tuxedo black
CS: Darice
Accessories: GC; Paper Smooches - Frames 2 die; Recollections - neon yellow EP; Inkadinkado - black EP; heat gun
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Scotch - Scrapbooker's glue

7 comments:

  1. Quit pointing out flaws that I can't see. Awesome card. and no reference to a song tyvm. You had a brilliant idea and it worked great.

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  2. Stray embossing powder? Where? Also, #fistbump to another member of the lazy club. Although I need to retake a photo from yesterday - white card against a white background = #FAIL. :/

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  3. i'm with barb... i reject your invisible flaws, utterly... and would do even if i could see them b/c this is SO COOL!!!! love it! (perfect sentiment too, i use that idea a lot, actually!!) ♥

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  4. Love that Unity light bulb, and love how you've embossed it and used it here!

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  5. Awesome card! LOVE that sentiment, and the lightbulb on the front is so fun! Really love the embossing and the bold and graphic design!

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  6. This is such a clever card Chris, I don't have many light bulb moments but your card is soinspirational and I love the colours! Apologies for not visiting your blog sooner, there always seems to be so much going on and never enough time for crafting or blogging! :) Donna ♥ x

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  7. Yeah, I went back to look for that so called loose emboss powder in the left corner, I can't see it either!
    This is awesome, love the yellow on black! Very lighty!

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