Saturday, January 4, 2014

Weeeooo!



Here is yet another card using the Kaleidoscope DSP 132995 that was available
starting yesterday in the new Occasions 2014 catalog.

I used the DS132  sketchy Deconstructing Jen, to design this card for a special little guy who is celebrating his first birthday this month.

 I used the Envelope Punch Board (133774) to make a matching envelope from the same DSP. The punch board is probably one of those tools that will be on my favorites list for a long time. It is so easy to use and it's not just for envelopes, but gift card holders, boxes, and etc. A great addition to your paper crafting stash if you haven't bought one as of yet. You will not be dissappointed.

SU PRODUCTS USED

Paper: Kaleidoscope DSP 132995
Crushed Curry CS, Shimmery White 101910,
 Bermuda Bay CS
 *I used the shimmery White to stamp the emergency truck. I found using the inks and Aqua Painters on this paper, just held up better. The watercolor paper just didn't give a sharp,clear image. I am going to play around a little more with the it in a few weeks. I'll let you know how it goes.

Stamp: You're My Hero130309

Ink: Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry StazOn Black Ink

2 1/2" Circle Punch 120906

Non-SU embossing folder

Whisper White Bakers Twine 124262

Aqua Painters 103954

Neutral Candy Dots 130924,

Regals Buttons 130029

If you would like to order any of the products used in this post,
I would love to be your Creative Coach and Demonstrator.

Just click here: Bernadette Bliss, 
and it will take you directly tomy online store.  

I pray you have a wonderful and CRAFTY weekend.

BERNADETTE

4 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Mamia for taking the time to stop by and post. This card is headed to my 1 year old grandson in NC next week. Have a great and crafty week! B

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  2. This is adorable! I like that sketch and what you did with it! Love the colors, too.

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  3. Thank you, MIchelle. I really love this stamp set. I have three grandsons, so it's perfect for them.

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