Wednesday, January 22, 2020

STAMPlorations Hey Love Hop & Linky Party!


Hello crafty friends and welcome!
Shery knocked it out of the park again with two new fabulous
love themed digital stamps!! You can color them up and link up and 
link up to the linky party for a chance at some great prizes!

I couldn't choose which digi to use, so I made cards using both. LOL!
Here's the first one:


For this card, I printed out two images. The first one I colored, fussy cut,
 added Nuvo Glitter Drops to the letters and let dry.
The second one I just colored around the edges of the flowers/leaves and
outlined around the image with a gray marker. The fussy cut image was
adhered over that with foam squares. It looks really cool IRL!
 


For my second card, I again printed the image twice, randomly
coloring one with pink/purple/teal markers, leaving some areas uncolored.
I colored the big heart on the second print then stamped the sentiment from
the Funny Kinda Love stamp set. I traced around it onto black card stock.
slightly larger, to create a matte for it. That was adhered with
foam squares also.




Now it's your turn! Just link up and/or leave a comment on all the
participating blogs for a chance at winning some great prizes!
Details are all on the STAMPlorations blog.

What's a blog hop without a sale?! From January 22 thru February 10,
products in the LOVE/SPRING section are 20% off -- no coupon needed...the discount is automatically applied in the shopping cart. You can also get an extra
20% off if you use my personal discount code:
STAMPGIRLCHRIS

 Now off you go, to continue your hop! Thanks for visiting.
Have a great day!






Supplies:
Stamps: STAMPlorations - Love Doodled A2 card front digis; Funny Kinda Love
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: SN; SSS; Neenah; Darice
Accessories: computer & printer; Spectrum Noir markers; Nuvo Glitter Drops - white blizzard; WOS pen; MISTI; Faber Castell - bold black Artist PITT pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & thin 3D foam squares

17 comments:

Gail said...

Chris - your are turned out beautiful - I love the pop up of your first card - the background of your second TFS

Verna Angerhofer said...

These are so gorgeous. I love how you cut out the one design and placed it over the pattern paper.

MadeByMeghanK said...

I love the dimension and the wonderful coloring!

Janis said...

I get why you couldn't choose just one...they are both such beautiful images! Love your cards.
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Becca Yahrling said...

I love a texty BG like on the first card. Both cards are fabulous!

Heather said...

These are both beautiful! I LOVE that first one!! The dimension you created by adhering the fussy cut images with foam tape is awesome!

Lili Sulastri said...

Lovely colours.

Sue D said...

I like your pretty and cute cards.

Suzanne H said...

I like them both! I like how on the second card you didn't color everything. I usually subscribe to the more is more philosophy. I love your restraint.

Lindsey said...

These are gorgeous cards! I need to print a set out and start playing!

KT Fit Kitty said...

These are both gorgeous! Love how you popped up the flowers and the heart!

Chandhini said...

Both the cards are gorgeous, love how you added dimensions in the first one. You have inspired me to use them.

Joy Wilson said...

Both cards are beautiful! I love the soft palette with type background! Have a great week!
Hugs, Joy
Joyfully Stamps

My Side of Oz said...

The pop dots and fussy cutting just made these two projects fabulous! Love the coloring methods you used, too!

Dana M said...

Fantastic cards! Wonderful coloring and I love the additional layers which add fabulous depth.

Mel C said...

Fun cards, I like how you did the letters!

Tina Z. said...

so beautiful; I like your flowers!

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