Friday, February 5, 2016

You Are So Cool!

Hello and welcome to Studio 5380.
Happy Friday to you!

I had planned on popping in yesterday to share my project for Day 4 of the 30 Day Coloring Challenge.  But, you know how it is with plans...sometimes they pan out, sometimes not so much.  I think I'm coming down with a cold and I'm feeling pretty yucky, so better late than never I guess. Anyway, here's my card for Day 4....


I used the following Lawn Fawn products for my card:
* Here's The Scoop stamp set
* Stitched Heart Stackables die set
* Scalloped Rectangle Stackables die set
* Stitched Rectangles die set
* Stitched Circles die set
 

That perfect background paper is from and old paper stack called Fruit Stand by Doodlebug.


Inside of card


It's always so hard to capture in a photo, but the popsicle and heart are covered in Clear Wink of Stella Glitter.

I'll be linking up my card in the current Lawnscaping Challenge:

 

Thanks for stopping by today - see you soon!

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

You Have My Heart

Hello and welcome to Studio 5380.

Today's post is going to be short and sweet!  I'm  just dropping in to share my card for Day 3 of the  30 Day Coloring Challenge....
I used the super sweet stamp set, "Roses For You", from Simon Says Stamp on my mini (4 x 4) Valentine's Day card.


I created a mat from Ranger Watercolor paper and a Lawn Fawn Stitched Square die.  Using distress ink in Picked Raspberry I watercolored the background of my mat. The heart is watercolored in a mixture of Fired Brick and Candied Apple.


After the watercolors were dry, I gave the mat a spritz of Gold Color Shine by Heidi Swapp and added some gold Wink of Stella glitter to the arrow. To finish things up, I adhered the watercolor panel onto a a layer of Gold Sparkle cardstock from My Favorite Things.

I'm going to link my card up at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge (Have a heart).
Thanks so much for stopping by - I hope to see you tomorrow with a project for Day 4 of the
30 Day Coloring Challenge.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Happy Birthday

Hello and welcome to Studio 5380.
Thanks for stopping by today!
 
The oh-so talented Kathy Racoosin of The Daily Marker has done it again....her fourth
30 Day Coloring Challenge began yesterday.  If you aren't familiar with Kathy's work or her challenge, do yourself a favor and stop by her blog. She is amazing and so inspiring.  I'm happy to say that this is my 3rd time to play along with her challenge and I'm hoping that I can keep up!

I can't share yesterday's project just yet - it's for a design team project and I'll be sharing it soon. But, I can share my Day 2 project with you.....


My first step for this card was to cut a mat from Neenah, Solar White cardstock using a die from the My Favorite Things Blueprint 13 die set.
 
Next, using the MFT Stamps Large Grid Stencil and Distress Ink in Peacock Feathers and Mermaid Lagoon, I inked up my white mat.


After my background was completely dry, I stamped my sentiment from the Written in Watercolor stamp set by MFT Stamps. I am so thankful for my MISTI because I had to stamp the sentiment several times to get a nice coverage on my background.

I wanted to keep this pretty simple and stick with a graphic style.  So, I die cut a couple of stars from the MFT Stamps die set, Stitched Star Stax and gave them a bit of shimmer with a Black Wink of Stella Glitter Marker.  I also added a bit of silver metallic thread behind the larger star.

I really wasn't sure where I was going with this card when I started inking it up. I just knew I wanted that grid and those colors.  And, I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out.

Thanks again for stopping by today.  I hope to be back tomorrow with something to share with you from Day 3 of the 30 Day Coloring Challenge.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Pizza My Heart ♥

Hi there and welcome to Studio 5380.

I hope your weekend is going well for you. I've had so much fun in my Studio today. Ever have one of those projects in your head that you just can't wait to try out?  When I first laid eyes on the new Pizza My Heart stamp set by Lawn Fawn, I knew exactly what I wanted to create.  Well, I finally got my chance today and I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out....


I started out with a Pizza Box cutting file I found in the Silhouette Online Store.  After assembling my boxes, I cut squares from red gingham paper, stamped my sentiments and adhered the paper to the tops of my pizza boxes.


Next, I colored up my pizzas and pizza cutters with Copic Markers.


Then came the fun part of stamping on all the fun toppings.
Don't they look yummy?


I adhered the pizzas and pizza cutters to the top of each box.


Using a Stitched Circle die from Lawn Fawn, I cut a mat for the inside of each box and stamped it with one of the cute sentiments included in the stamp set.


And, the last step was to add the perfect treat to each box!


Sorry for the photo overload, but I just had to share all the cuteness!

Thanks so much for stopping by today.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend and I'll see you soon!

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Showering You With Love

Hello and welcome to Studio 5380.

It's time for another Sketch Challenge at the My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration Blog and I thought I would go in another direction rather than making a card.  I'm trying to get a jump on cards and treats for Valentine's Day (which is only 16 days away, in case you were wondering), so I took this week's sketch and turned it into a treat box....


I started with a cut file I purchased from the Silhouette Online Store. After assembling the box, I pulled out a few stamps and dies from MFT Stamps and got busy.


Here's a list of products used:
* All Heart stamp set
* Stitched Hearts die set
*Stitched Mini Scallop Rectangles die set
* Tag Builder BP 5 die set
* Silver Sparkle cardstock

The printed papers are from the Lovebugs paper stack by Doodlebug.

Thank you so much for stopping by today - see you soon!
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