This is a bittersweet post. My term is up this month with Gel A Tins stamps and I completely missed the Team Call for the next term
I have had a ton of fun creating with these adorable stamps.
I have to say my favorite thing about Gel A Tins is the fact they come in this wonderful Tin.
Storage is pretty easy when your stamps come in their own storage system.
Today I am using the set called Sugar & Spice.
I am also using the Mojo Monday Sketch # 238.
Here is my card for today:)
I looked at the sketch and knew that I wanted to try using my Mini Polaroid die for this card.
It a very simple color scheme and I think it is a fun variation of the Mojo Monday sketch.
Just using white embossing powder, I was able to keep the black and white theme for the card.
But there is never a problem with a splash of pink, right?
So there you have it: My last card for the wonderful and generous people over at Gel A Tins stamps.
I have had a lot of fun here and hope that you have enjoyed the things I have shared.
This has been Jeannie with The Polka Cabana with today’s post.
If you are here for the BUNNIES AND BLOSSOMS BLOG HOP,
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I am so excited to entice you into heading on over to WOW EMBOSSING POWDERS’ blog!
My group, THE GLITTER GIRL’s are doing a team post!
Now, I could show you my whole project here..but then you would have no reason to go and visit my sisters over on the WOW blog!
So, I am just going to give you a teaser of what I came up with and if you like my small sneek peek, you will have to head on over to the WOW blog and see the rest of my project and everyone else’s projects!
Here is my sneek peek.
Now..head on over to the WOW blog to see the rest:)
Have a great day!
Today I want to show you a card I came up with by a brief thought I had. I actually saw the card in my mind and well the rest was just sort of recreating it from memory.
I am using the set called Big and Wild Things.
I started by stamping the long grasses with a light blue.
The other botanicals I stamped in 2 different blues, getting darker each time.
I wanted to have the dandelion really stand out from the rest so I framed it and embossed it in red.
I then just accented the red slightly by adding patterned papers and rhinestones.
Here is one last look!
Like I always say, think out side of the box, my post today is a perfect example of how I am always thinking outside of the box!
I hope you have enjoyed my post today! Be sure to visit the Gel A Tins blog because we have some AMAZING designers that are always coming up with new things to try!
Have a great day and see ya next week with more GEL A TINS fun!
This has been Jeannie from The Polka Cabana with today’s post.