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Today is my turn over at Splitcoaststampers “Dare to Get Dirty” Event to a host a challenge, so I wanted to share the creations that I’ve made for it. Again, I can’t share the details of my challenge with you, but I can point in the direction of how to become a fan club member HERE.
First up I have this shaker style card I made with some of my fave Lawn Fawn products!
I’ve colored up that sweet little mouse standing over the banner from the Wild For You stamp set and cut him out with the coordinating die. The black banner he’s sitting on was white heat embossed from the Happy, Happy Happy stamp set. I also used the tiny smile face from this set to randomly stamp the background inside my shaker frame. I then used the envelope at the bottom from the Love Letters stamp set that was colored and cut out with the coordinating die.
I’ve used some Stitched rectangle LF dies to create the shaker frame and the striped papers also come from some random LF papers in my stash. I’ve used the LF Scripty Smile die in black cardstock that I’ve attached over top of the acetate window area.
Since the card was mainly black and white, I wanted to add a happy rainbow color which is where the shaker sequins came in. I looked through my collection and found some Tie Dye Rainbow Sequins from Brutus Monroe.
I guess I had rainbow colors in mind with my next card as well! I absolutely LOVE this sentiment stamp from Trinity Stamps called Folded Hug. I started by white heat embossing it over black cardstock and then I cut it out with my MFT Wonky Stitch Rectangle die and layered it over a white scallop rectangle layer and layered that again over a black piece of cardstock. I also used the coordinating Sending Hugs die set to cut the “hug” letters out multiple times to raise them up over the image and then finished with the rainbow colors that I’ve used for the background of the card.
Upon a closer look at the image, you can see where I’ve colored in parts of the image with my Karin Brush Metallic pen set. I think it showed up so pretty over the black cardstock. I’ve also covered the rainbow letters with a glitter brush pen and then went over that with glossy accents. I love how shinny the letters are IRL!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my share of creations during the Splitcoaststampers “Dare to Get Dirty” Event and has helped inspire you in some way! I appreciate you stopping in!