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Friday, March 13, 2015

 
Hello and Happy Friday!
I'm still participating in the 30 Day Color Challenge.  So far it has been 10 days of consecutive coloring! I have really been enjoying participating in not only the challenge, but also the little community that Kathy has created on Instagram.  It's so much fun to check in with everyone for the day and see what creative things they have been up to.
 
 
Today I have a fun project to share. I started by die cutting some masking paper with a stitched rectangle die.  I knew I wanted to work on a die cut piece of cardstock and this way I could position my circles exactly how I wanted them to end up on my final project.  After die cutting the rectangle I positioned a circle die 4 times and ran it through my Cuttlebug.  This took a little measuring, but nothing too difficult.  Once I was finished creating my mask, I placed it onto my cardstock.  In each circle opening I sponged on dye ink in Little Piggy, Beanstalk, Bo Peep, and Falling Star.  I removed my mask and allowed the ink to absorb fully into the paper and even out before stamping my images.  You can take a peek at my project in progress {HERE}
 
 
Once the ink was dry I stamped all of my images and sentiment from Unforgettable and Bubble Talk in Versafine Onyx ink.  I love how it turned out.
Thanks so much for coming by again!

 

Cardstock: White
Stamps: WP9 Unforgettable, Bubble Talk
Ink: WP9 Bo Peep, Little Piggy, Beanstalk, Falling Star, Versafine Onyx
Dies: SSS Stitched Rectangles, LF Circles

12 comments :

  1. So cute! You have convinced me I need these elephants. ;)

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  2. What a fun and clever design! I love it!

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  3. I love this! It's such a wonderful design, and I've been in love with that stamp set since the first time you used it!

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  4. This is adorable!!! Love every detail!

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  5. Beautiful project Kara, you always know how to tackle the coolest techniques. Love the way the final project looks and the ink snoothed out beautifully!

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  6. Love how this one came out. The color offset from the image looks great.

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  7. Aaack! This is so adorable! I have those images in my NBUS but have held off until I had LOTS of time to color them. I LOVE this!

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  8. This is so fun and the elephants are adorable!

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  9. Love your fun design! What a great unique way to use this stamp set!

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