Here is this week's challenge layout from Maria. Christmas Stampin' All Year Long Here is my entry. Quick card and love it. The stamp I had in my stash - unfortunately has no brand on it, the ribbon is from Martha Stewart, the pearls of from sticker collection from Michael's, the JOY sentiment is from Stampin Up Sizzix plate die.
Well - I jumped on the inchie craze. You say ... you haven't heard. Google and you'll get cool info. Anyway - it's a little image - about an inch in square and you scene it up - like a mini SB page - or at least that is how I envision it.
On the MB at Cricut.com a member wanted to do a swap with tags and inchies.
Here is my submission - we had to make 20 and our theme was "wings" anyway we wanted to interpret it.
I used card stock for the base of the tag from The Paper Company (nice thick CS) (I cut mine to 3 1/2" x 2"), I inked the edges with chestnut Roan ColorBox ink calk pad.
Diecut the angel wings/heart from Sizzix. Love it! Got it in the clearance bin at ACM. Inked the edges with yellow.
Now for the inchie.... multiple layers here.... first layer on the bottom - 1 1/4 inch sqaure of yellow/green pp and crimped it - fun! Then punch a 1" blue square (CM punch) and placed that on top. Using the Friskar border unch - I cut the diamond border in green cs and glued that down. added a little paper blossom (bought from Oriental Trading).
Lastly I used the phrase "wish" from Stampin'Up
FUN FUN FUN - wish I signed up for another theme but..... will be going on vacation and need to get things in order.
So - I do not know what I was thinking last night, other than I loved Maria Bell's card challenge layout and I was staring at the gorgeous paper which lead me to spring - which led me to the bunny card made below.
As I was reading Maria's post of fellow submissions - it hit me - oh duh! I was suppose to do a Christmas theme - duh!
so - here is my entry - whew!
The cute elf is from studio G 2008 series 21. The three bow brads from... not sure as I have them in a bin....the little clip is from making memories. Patern paper from HOTP