Tuesday, October 16, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH #376 - Pink is the new Orange


Hi there and welcome back!
This week at SHOPPING OUR STASH, we are helping
to raise awareness about Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
but also getting in the mood for Halloween. So, as our
challenge title, Pink is the new Orange, suggests, we'd like to see
pink and orange on your projects. Also, because we are all about choices,
you can skip the Halloween theme and just go with a friendship card,
especially if you know of someone who was or is still fighting breast cancer.
Save the Ta-Ta's! PLEASE get a mammogram every year!

Ok, so here's my card:

Most of what I used on my card is over 3 years old, the Nuance powder dyes may just
be a year old. (I experimented in the Spring with using them on designer paper,
then never used it, until now. LOL!) My orange pumpkins are die cut from this paper.
I used another mystery scrap of DP for my pink pumpkin. This one I stamped
the face then doodled the lines and added shading with a Prismacolor pencil.
I rummaged in my Big-Bag-Of-Halloween-Supplies and found these cool spider stickers.

Ready to play along? Of course you are! Break out your pink and orange supplies
and make something fun! Be sure to link it up in the Shopping Our Stash gallery
so we can admire it! Still stumped on what to do? Simply visit the blogs of
my teammies to see how they interpreted the challenge. They made some
amazing creations which are sure to inspire you!
Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day!





Supplies:
Stamps: Hampton Arts
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Antique Linen
CS: TE; Bazzill
DP: G45; mystery paper
Accessories: GC; Avery Elle double pierced rectangle die; Hampton Arts - pumpkin die; Magenta Nuance powder dyes; Faber Castell - black Artist PITT pen; MISTI; Prismacolor pencil; Recollections - spider stickers
Adhesives: 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares


4 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Love your card, love that pink pumpkin it looks awesome, great design.

Maria Rodriguez. said...

That is the happiest little pumpkin ever!! Love the script DSP pumpkins taking back stage to the sweet cotton candy pink one, those spiders are just awesome!!! and the perfect finishing touch.
Great Halloween card.
XO
Maria.

Mimi said...

Those spiders are fab-BOO-lous. Love them. Gosh, you shoulda written the main post-- your explanation was perfect. Such a terrific card!

Donna said...

Yep yep yep, I love those pumpykins!!
Fab job sistah!

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