So onto this months projects... A Little Argyle is a build your own argyle background set. The sky is the limit when you use this set. I just love it! The pattern I created was a little time consuming, since I stamped each individual solid diamond, but fun and I love the way it turned out! The rocking chair is from Chair-ished, it was stamped off onto a scrap piece of paper before I stamped it onto the circle, for a lighter impression. Such a cute set, definitely will be playing with this one again.
Isn't this car, from Enjoy the Ride, just too adorable! When I first laid eyes on this set, I couldn't get racing stripes out of my head. So I went with it, and my trusty Copic markers did the job! To ground this little racer I used the border stamp, from For The Graduate, inked up everything but "Class Of" to make room for my own sentiment. The matching die makes for a super quick and easy card to create.
Next up is Fly Away, I so wish I would have had this set two years ago, when I did an airplane theme for my sons birthday. This fun set would have worked perfectly! I paired it with the frame from Fillable Frames #3. I was able to carefully stretch the sides out a little as I was attaching it to the acrylic block and this created more of a puffy cloud look. A perfect companion to those adorable soaring planes.
Can you guess what my High School colors were? Using For The Graduate, my idea behind this card was to create a background fitting for the sentiment I chose. And I am loving the frame and die, this Mat Stack 1 Die has got to be my favorite of all the PTI dies that have come out so far. It truly has so many uses!
Have A Ball was one set I really did have a ball with. I had fun giving this card some movement and creating the ball paths using rustic twine! The sentiment is from Fly Away, which is a sentiment that's already arranged into a curve. I just bent it a little more to fit snugly along side the ball.
Last but definitely not lease is my simple creation using Year of Flowers: Sweet Peas. What a gorgeous set! I stamped and heat embossed the sweet pea vine twice, once onto the kraft card base and then onto Lavender Moon cardstock. Colored both using Copics and cut the flowers out from the Lavender Moon cardstock and attached them with dimensional adhesive. Such a simple card but, it's loaded with details.
Now I can't wait to see what you all come up with! Thanks for stopping by!