Tuesday, May 15, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH #354 - For the Kids


Happy Tuesday and welcome!
We have a fun new challenge starting today at

For the Kids!!

Let's see your projects for the kids in your life.
Here's what I made:


and the inside:

I decided to use primary colors for my little dude card.
I had stamped a few of these cute penguins last year, and only used one
of them, so I colored another one. I thought at the time I'd fussy cut them but
this one needed a frame. Since I stamped the images pretty close together, I had
to cut this out in wonky angles. Turns out, I love how it came out!

I'm linking this up at:




But wait, there's more!
I also made a card for a little miss:


and the inside:

Yet another image I stamped a couple years ago, and never colored until now.

I'd like to enter this at:





Ready to play along? Of course you are! Just be sure to link up your
kid themed creations at Shopping Our Stash so we can admire them!
For even more amazing ideas, please do check out what the rest of
the ladies created for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks for popping in, and I hope you have a great day!






Supplies for the boy card:
Stamps: Totally Stampalicious/Bugaboo - Birthday penguin cake & gift; Paper Smooches - Hullabaloo; Hero Arts - Good Things Message
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: scraps (I think HOTP)
CS: TE; Bazzill; Crafter's Companion
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares

Supplies for the girl card:
Stamps: Totally Stampalicious/Bugaboo - Ava Flower Patch; Stampendous - Birthday Wish
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Studio Calico - Snippets; DCWV - The Spring Mix Stack
CS: Crafter's Companion; Neenah; Darice; DCWV (glitter card stock)
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; GC; SB - Labels One Nesties; MISTI; Sakura - white Gelly Roll pen; EK Success - scallop edger punch
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Thin 3D foam squares

10 comments:

  1. Love that wonky cut on the image, great use of the sketch on the first card, Great colours on the second card, super design Love them both.

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  2. AWESOME CARD! I love the shape of the card stock that your image is on it really stands out. Primary colors for this image was a great idea! Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp For the Boy's Challenges.

    ♥Mindy

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  3. Both are awesome sistah! Love the wee penguin on the first one!

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  4. Primary colours were definitely the way to go for your first card, it looks awesome! And of course little misses can totally handle the secondary colours of the second card. :P These are great!

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  5. Sweet girly card, Chris! I love that image, and the purple/green colour scheme. Thanks for playing along at Seize The Birthday :)

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  6. VERRRY nice! I was so excited to read the "wait... there's more!" Yes, I am totally down with the wonky shape at the top... should be a sketch (hint-hint... sketch challenge?)... and the girlie card could totally be another variation. Your coloring is impressive, girl. Thumbs up!

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  7. Wowza...both cards are lovely. Can you guess which is my favorite?? Thanks for playing along with us at Catch the Bug / Bugaboo for our Saturday themed challenge "say it with flowers". Hope to see you again soon. Good luck.
    Lynn aka Lynnpenguin, Bugaboo DT

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  8. Those are adorable! So perfect for the little misters and misses! Love those fun images. My son loved penguins when he was little, so I always think of tiny him when I see cuties like these!

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  9. I like the shape of your image in the first card. And your second one is so girly and cute. Thanks for participating in our challenge at Catch the Bug and good luck! Pia, Bugaboo DT

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  10. Love your great take on the sketch!
    Thanks for playing with us at Stella Says Sketch challenge.
    xxx Margreet DT

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