Tuesday, January 16, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH #337 - Getting Sentimental


Hello and happy Tuesday crafty peeps!
This week at
we challenge you to make your sentiment the focal point
of your project.
Here's the card I made:


 and the finished inside:

I used another panel I created a while back using Magenta Nuance powder dyes.
I die cut the word birthday 4 times, stacked and glued. 'Happiest' and
'wishes' were stamped in VersaMark and embossed in white EP.
I matted the panel with black card stock, then added some sequins,
because, shiny!

Now it's your turn to create something using your sentiment as the main focus.
We'd love to see it, so please link up at Shopping Our Stash so we 
can admire your work! Need more ideas? Simply check out the
blogs of my teammies and while there, leave some love!
Thanks for visiting!



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Supplies:
Stamps: Winnie & Walter - The big the bold and Party
Ink: Memento - Elderberry; VersaMark
CS: TE; Recollections
Accessories: Magenta - Nuance powder dyes: Purple, Violet; water mister; GC; Winnie & Walter -
Birthday word die; Stampendous - detail white EP; heat gun; MISTI; Darice - sequins
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - Multi Medium Matte

18 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Awesome card, beautiful background and how you did the sentiment is fabulous,

lauren bergold said...

do i even need to mention that i am entirely IN LOVE with this gorgeous card?! ♥

Donna said...

Fabulous! Love that background!!!

Ina G said...

Love a good background and yours is fabulous Chris - of course it's purple too that makes it so much more better (like my English). Super cas card.

Lynne in NI said...

Ooooh your background is gorgeous! I couldn't quite get the hang of the powder dyes, I'll have to have another go.
Thanks for playing along at Naughty or Nice :)

Loll said...

Beautiful, bold and bright colours for your card front, Chris. Love it paired with the white embossed stamped AND die-cut sentiments. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

Bonnie said...

Wow, Christine! That beautiful background is like a party on a card! Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

Christine Alexander said...

gorgeous background. I love the effect of the water on your inks, so much movement. the sentiment really pops against the purple.

Susan said...

Wonderful vibrant colour! Love it! Thanks for joining us at CAS Watercolour.

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

OH! I LOVE your beautiful background, the sentiment sits beautifully on it. A FABULOUS card.
Faith
PS Thanks for the visit, loved your comment LOL.

nancy littrell said...

Your die cut watercolored sentiment is your focal point, but your gorgeous watercolored background is a close 2nd in my eye! TFS your gorgeous card Chris. Hugs

Mimi said...

Hahaha: "...because... SHINY!"
This card is just so awesome-- you know I dig that awesome background, but the way you combined the bold black birthday with tree smaller white words is perfect... And I love the sentiment inside!

Maria Rodriguez. said...

Love, love the gorgeous, bold and rich colors on your background, the sentiment really stands out layered like this.
Awesome card.
Hugs,
Maria.

Dotty Jo said...

Thanks for joining us at Naughty or Nice Challenges! I love that gorgeous background and the sentiment too... Although, am concerned it doesn't appear to mention alcohol!! Jo x

AO Creations said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at NoN, good luck!!! Amy DT

Lindsey said...

Pretty pretty! I always like seeing you use the Magenta powders, since Canadian, eh! What a great idea using white instead of black for the smaller parts of the sentiment, really pops. Thanks for playing along with two of my other teams, too! ;)

Bo┼╝enA said...

A very interesting background. The card looks stunning.
Thank you for joining the game at HLS CAS.
hugs,
BozenA DT HLS

Tanja said...

love that background - thanks for playing along at the Happy Little Stampers Watercolour Challenge

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