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Today’s Color Challenge (CC671) on Splitcoast is silver, red & white & dessert option is to make a Valentine. When I saw the color combo last night, I started thinking about big hearts & sequins & somewhere along the line it turned into “what if I fill the heart w/ sequins?” & that’s where I went with my card.
After I die cut the hearts, I started gluing down the sequins. I started w/ big red ones then added small red ones (& 1 silver) on top. Silver sequins were used on the small heart & I outlined both w/ a silver sharpie. The white linen bg was sponged w/ a couple of red Distress inks from the top down then to soften the blend, I sponged white Brilliance from the lower edge of the red upwards. That left a bit of a sheen that you see in the closeup. It was die cut twice & a metallic silver layer added in between. The little hearts below the greeting were filled w/ red stickles.

Here’s a look at the inside.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

And here’s a sneak peek at some new images coming out very soon. I made this for the sketch (SC681) & ways to use it (WT672) challenges at Splitcoast.

 

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs –Love You MoreSmall Hanging Hearts (inside-Loved You Yesterday, 1 Line Valentine’s Day)
Paper: Staples 110# white, Neenah white linen, metallic silver
Ink: Memento tuxedo black & love letter,  Distress ink candied apple, barn door, Brilliance moonlight white
Accessories:  Gina Marie In/Out rectangle dies, Spellbinders pierced rectangles & pierced hearts dies, sequins, red stickles 

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Welcome to the Aug #1 Blog Hop for Serendipity Stamps!
If you arrived here from Miriam’s blog, you’re in the right place..if not, you may want to head over there first.

The Prize – One $20 gift code will go to one random commenter from the blogs. So be sure  to visit all the blogs because you don’t know which one the winner will be drawn from. You have through Sunday Aug 6 to leave comments on the blogs for a chance to win. Mary will announce a winner on Aug 7 on her Blog.  Each month a different image is 50% off. This month- it’s the Airplane! On the first & third Wednesdays of every month., we’ll be celebrating with a Blog Hop!

To make my summer lighthouse card, I used a small piece of a Brushos watercolor background I had in my stash. After die cutting the white rectangle, I also die cut a large oval & placed the watercolor bg behind it. The Lighthouse was die cut once out of white & once out of royal blue & pieced together. The little windows were colored w/ a couple of yellow Copics. The Summer & lower part of the hello tag were also die cut twice each & stacked. I used the clouds from the Hot Air Balloon Reverse die & also a larger cloud on top of the Hello. I had the die cut frame leftover from something else, so I sponged on similar colors & added it behind the white layer.

Here’s a look at the inside. I left it blank for now, until I decide who it’s going to.

Next stop is Vickie‘s Blog!  Please be sure to comment on all the DT Blogs..it will be so appreciated & also increase your chances of winning!

Mary’s Blog

Beth Chui

Patti Kehl

Carol Mayne

Miriam Napier

Julie Warner (you are here!)

Vickie Zimmer 

Marybeth Lopez

Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: none
Paper:  Staples #110 white, water color, royal blue
Ink:  none
Accessories:  Serendipity Lighthouse, Seasons , Hot Air Balloons Reverse dies,  Spellbinders lg oval dies, Gina Marie UDIO rectangle die, Memory Box Puffy Clouds & Hello tag dies, Brushos water color crystals

 

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Today’s Color Challenge (CC625) (gold, white, green) & yesterday’s Clean & Simple Challenge (CAS419) (Luck of the Irish),on Splitcoast, seem destined to go together. For my easy card, I used gold & emerald embossing powders to heat emboss the Good Luck circle onto mirror gold card stock.
These were all die cut using 2 sizes of circle dies & a couple of them were layered onto a larger, fancy edge circle die cut. I also gold embossed some of the clover centers of the image onto green c/s & used a small 4 leaf clover punch to punch them out. The punch wasn’t an exact match, but it was close enough. The white frame was die cut, the greeting added & I had a piece of dry embossed green c/s left over from something & since it had clovers & shamrocks on it, I put it behind the opening.

Here’s a look at the inside.

Thanks so much for stopping by! May the luck of the Irish be with you!

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs  Irish Gold Luck Circle, Luck o’ the Irish, (inside- Gold Rainbow, Shamrock Bg)
Paper: white, green, mirror gold
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Encore ultimate metallic gold pigment
Accessories: detail gold & emerald embossing powders, Spellbinders circles dies, MFT diagonal stitched rectangles dies, Gina Marie UDIO circles dies, Cuttlebug embossing folder (Simply Charmed set), Family Treasures sm. 4 leaf clover punch

 

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