RILEY BLOG HOP: Thursday May 20, 10pm est with the stamps available at Riley & Company at the end of the Hop! So make sure to come back tomorrow and leave some love for all the Design Team members, then you'll have a chance to win some rubber!
Today I'm showing 3 cards, using 3 different stamps Rileys from this release and 2 different sentiment sets!
First is Glenda the Good Witch! I tried to make her as beautiful and sparkly as the original! I coloured her with copics, then using a glue marker I added glitter. She also has little tiny rhinestone stars on her dress and a round one in her crown. She's popped up with dimensionals.
The background dp is from Basic greys Sultry. The die cuts were made with spellbinders In Spades pendant, and the label #4. It's hard to see in the pic, but the white is a shimmery white. I finished it off with pink rhinestones.
Stamps: The Good Witch
Paper: pretty in pink, white, shimmery white, Basic Grey Sultry
Ink: memento tuxedo black
Accessories: copics, marvy corner notcher, In spades pendant, label #4, dimensionals, dazzling diamonds glitter, gems
This one I made for the C4C37, the challenge was to make anything with a pocket! This is a Crimped Envelope Pocket Card. I also used this weeks colour challenge CC271 dusty razzleberry saffrons.
The lion was always my favorite character in the Wizard of Oz, probably because he made me laugh! I stamped him onto white, and coloured with copics. For his fur, I used YR23, and Y17. The sentiment is from a new set, Sayings 1, I cut the words apart and popped them up along with the Lion.
Stamps: Lion, Oz words 2, Sayings 1, SU pocket Silhouettes
Paper: rich razzleberry, dusty durango, so saffron, white
Ink: memento tuxedo black, dusty durango, rich razzleberry, so saffron
Accessories: Copics, sponges, crimper, dimensionals
And this is Dorothy! She looks so sweet, but look a that terrible note she wrote to poor Auntie Em! lol
I used last weeks sketch challenge for this one, SC280. I really had a hard time matching the blues on this one, and almost started over!
Dorothy is coloured with copics. The background is embossed with the Daisies embossing folder, the grass is a MS punch. The note is from the new Oz words 2 set. The metal slide is from the $ store.
Stamps: Dorothy, Oz words 2
Paper: baja breeze, barely banana, certainly celery, DCWV Nana's Nursery-boy
Ink: memento tuxedo black, barely banana, certainly celery
Accessories: copics, metal slide, MS grass edge punch, Daisies EF-Crafts-too, sponges, dimensionals
That's it for today! I hope you can come back tomorrow, and join in the Blog Hop, Thursday 10 pm est for a chance to win some rubber!
Have a Great Day!