Saturday, August 30, 2014

Thinking Fall

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

These first two weeks of school have just about done me in, but I must admit, since we are back in school and headed into September, I am looking forward to all things fall.
We have a gorgeous botanical garden here in St. Louis and fall is one of my favorite times to visit.  The cone flowers are one of my faves as they seem to be one of the last flowers to bloom into late fall.  This Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps image reminds me of the Missouri Botanical Gardens and their cone flowers~

I found a tutorial by Jennifer McGuire for faux water color and decided to give it a try.
 I started by heat embossing this image from Flower Blocks 3 with white embossing powder on mixed media paper.  I made 3 separate images. On one image I used a Tumbled Glass Distress Ink Pad and sponged some ink onto the sky.  Then I spritzed it with water so the color would move around.
Next, I rubbed a Scattered Straw Distress Ink Pad directly onto a second image, followed by a bit of Ripe Persimmon Distress Ink.  Again, this was spritzed generously with water followed by pearlized spray to give it a wonderful pearl sheen.  
The third image was colored the same way the second one was.  All were allowed to dry.  Once dry, One of the yellow/orange flowers was fussy cut out.  This image was then adhered to  the sky panel colored in blue.  The second orange/yellow image was fussy cut out, not including the cone of the flower.  Some petals were eliminated as well.  Once layered on top of the main panel with dimensionals, you get great depth with the two fussy cut layers of petals.

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful and blessed Labor Day Weekend!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used-
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Flower Block 3
Paper- SU Early Espresso, PTI Rustic Cream, dp Studio Calico
Ink- Versamark, Tim Holtz Disress ink in Tumbled Glass, Ripe Persimmon
Other- white ep, Dimensionals, ancient SU wide ribbon, SU button and paper doily, SU Chocolate Chip marker, Hemptique cord, Tim Holtz embossing folder

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Top Dog Dies and Zentangle

Hello Everyone!

Have you noticed the growing trend of Zentangle?  I have been wanting to give it a try for months now and finally did using the negative space of one of my new Top Dog Dies from the Dog Days #2 set.

I just fell in love with this sweet Scottie dog and thought he would be perfect for this sentiment.  I used the negative die to trace the image on a piece of white cs.  I hand drew a collar; I then divided the dog up into sections to do my doodling or "zentangle". Once I was done filling in all of the space, I die cut the image out. 
The Vintage A2 Mat die was the perfect die cut to mount the Scottie on.  I used a fun sentiment from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Valentine Critters Stamp Set and heat embossed it on vellum.
For a complete tutorial with photos, check out the Top Dog Dies Blog.  
I used the versatile sketch from CAS(E) This Sketch-

I am also linking up to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, which is 'Anything Goes' this week.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Add A Little Dazzle Gets Bright!

Hi Friends!
Welcome back to a new challenge at Add A Little Dazzle!  This week we have a color challenge for you and we are going bright

This week's challenge is to use Pucker Me Pink and Orange.  I do not typically use really bright colors so this was truly a challenge for me!
I used a great Viva La Verve sketch~

I made much of this card while stamping at a friend's house, so I am not sure of the paper used.  The images and sentiment are from Verve's Blue Skies Stamp Set and the fabulous Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal flourishes are made with Verve's Leafy Sprigs Dies.  These are some of my all time favorite dies and I love them cut in Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal
I hope you can join as this week; you can link up your card on the Add A Little Dazzle Blog.  You do not have to use Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets, but if you have them we would love to see them!

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!  :)

Lee Ann  :)

Bless the Teachers

Happy Hump Day Everyone!

Everyone should just about be settled into a new school year by now and my project today is a small thank you to the teachers who work so hard day in and day out with our children.

I started with a 3 x 3 cardbase made from Esse Pearlized Cardstock from CutCardStock. I added a layer of retired dsp from SU.  I am smitten with this apple design that I saw a couple of weeks ago while hopping along with a CASE Study Blog Hop.  I die cut a circle from the Pop Tones Red Hot cardstock and then diecut a small heart in it using a die from my Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Pick Me Up Die Set. I backed the heart with vellum. 
The leaves were made with the MFT Layered Leaves Die-Namics.  The solid leaf is die cut from the Pop Tones Gum Drop Green Cardstock and the skeletal leaf is cut from Curious Metallic Botanic Cardstock; the metallic shimmer of Curious Metallic cs compliments the pearlized shimmer of the Esse cardstock perfectly. 
Talk about easy peasy!  I really, really dislike reproducing cards but these are so simple; it is fairly painless.  :)  I would like to make sets of these to give to some teachers.  CutCardStock even has the 3 1/8 square envelopes to match! 

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Dog Days with Top Dog Dies!

Hi Everyone!

I just love the frou frou Paris/pink and black look and when I saw this brand new Top Dog Dies Die, I knew I had to capture that look!

The poodle is from the brand new, Dog Days #2 Die Set from Top Dog Dies.  It is soooo darling!  The set also includes a Scottish Terrier die-- so sweet! 
I die cut the poodle and backed her with a circle.  The bitty bow is also included in the set.  The background of the card is made with two stamps- an old Tim Holtz background stamp, which I stamped in Blushing Bride, and an image of the Eiffel Tower from the Crafty Secrets set, French Mail.
I used some grey striped dp on the card base and then added the brand new Modern Mosaic A2 Mat Die from Top Dog Dies. A ribbon is added and I embellished it with another die cut from the Dog Days #2 Die Set -the heart tag.  I die cut this from Blushing Bride cs and then covered it with Crystal Effects.  Once dry, I added a bit of silver cording.
So what do you think?  Did I capture that 'Paris' look?

I am linking this card up o the Monday Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog which is "Anything Goes" this week.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

A Back to School Challenge with Add A Little Dazzle

Hi Everyone! 

Welcome to Wednesday and a new challenge at Add A Little Dazzle.  It is that time of year when the kids are headed back to school (and some of us adults, too, who work at school!) and our theme based challenge is just that- Back to School~

 For my card, I gleaned some sketch inspiration from Retrosketches~

This is also based on an inspiring card by Wida Miller which is showcased in the CASE Study Week 2 Anniversary Blog Hop.  
I had some great retired SU dsp that was perfect for this theme and sketch.  I also used an my NBUS Notebook Edge Die from MFT.  The apple- I just love, love, love Wida's design and had to CASE it.  I cut my Add A Little Dazzle Scarlet Red Craft Metal Sheet with a MFT Circle Die and then cut the heart from the circle with a Sweet  'n Sassy Stamps heart die from the Pick Me Up Die Set. The leaves are made with my favorite leaf dies, MFT's Layered Leaves Dies.  The apple stem is a piece of felt trim from scrapbooking days! 
I added stars (what teacher doesn't use gold stars!) cut from a Golden Glimmer Craft Metal Sheet and the Scarlet Red Craft Metal Sheet using the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Stars Die Set.  I don't know about you, but I just love the glimmer of the metal stars!  They look just like the foil stars!

I am also linking this card up to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog for their 'Anything Goes" Challenge this week.  

I have a second card to share with you for the challenge, this one using the clever chalkboard design that I have been seeing lately.

 As you can see, I used an Add A Little Dazzle Golden Glimmer Craft Metal Sheet star for this card, as well.  My apple is from one of my favorite Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps set, Punny Fruits and Veggies.  I masked out the face of the apple, colored it with Copics and fussy cut it out.  I used CutCardStock's Brown Bag Kraft cs for the easel; I just love how it looks!  For complete instructions for how to make this card, check out the CutCardStock Blog

I hope you will join us for challenge #39 with our Back to School Theme!  You do not have to use Add a Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets but if you have them we would love to see them!  

Interested in purchasing Add a Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets?  You can do so HERE!! 

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used-
card 1-
Paper- SU Poppy Parade, retired dsp, Neenah Solar White cs
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black
Other- Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets in Golden Glimmer and Scarlet Red, MFT Circle Stax Die-Namics, Layered Leaves Die-Namics, Notebook Edge Die-Namic, Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Stars Dies, Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Pick Me Up Dies, Hemptique Cord, felt trim, dimensionals

card 2-
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Punny Fruits and Veggies, sentiment and diagonal stripes- SU,Hardwood stampin' Up
Paper-All CutCardStock- Brown Bag Kraft, Basis Black cs, Basis Sample Pack, Classic Crest Solar White cs
Ink- PTI craft white, SU Daffodil Delight, Gumball Green
Other- Add A Little Dazzle Golden Glimmer Craft Metal Sheet, Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Stars Dies, Hemtique cord, Copics, dimensionals

Monday, August 18, 2014

Thanks for the Inspiration!

Hello Everyone!

This card is dedicated to a friend who has been a great inspiration to me~Lesley Croghan. 

It is time for a new sketch at Seize the Sketch, and sadly our last sketch~

Cathy's sketch is really out of the box and made me think!

I was inspired by the gorgeous color palette at Color Throwdown this week~

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge has an "Anything Goes" Challenge this week and I am linking up there as well. 
I finally broke out one of my 3 jars of embossing paste for this challenge.  I purchased a new Prima stencil and decided to try it, taking advantage of the two squares in the sketch- I immediately saw black/white/mirror image.  I stenciled the image in white on Basic Gray, then added a couple of drops of Basic Gray reinker to some white embossing paste and embossed on white cs, flipping the stencil for a mirror image.  I used some of my hoarded stash of Nature Gmund Savanna cardstock with the gorgeous wood grain embossing. 
I added butterflies made with the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Majestic Monarchs and matching dies. 
The sentiment is from Altenew's Label Love set and is embossed in gold on vellum.

You can check out all of the Design Team's amazing inspiration on the Seize the Sketch Blog.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Strands of Sea Shells

Hi Everyone,

This was one of those cards.  You know the kind I mean. You have so many ideas, so much inspiration floating around in your head that you do not know where to start!
So, let's get started with where I started!
1.  Inspired by a technique/product- I was inspired by my craft iron.  My BRAND NEW craft iron that I had been looking for for two years!  I really wanted to try the iron-off embossing technique.
 2. CASE Study-  I hopped along with CASE study and found some wonderful projects that I wanted to case.  But which one??  There were so many!  I settled on the color inspiration from Maureen Merritt's card and the banner from  Maureen Plut's card.  I was also inspired by the chalkbaord technique used on Maureen's card.  While I did not use this technique, I did use a black background.
 A Stamp- I really wanted to use the Beauty By the Sea Stamp Set from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps.
3.  A Sketch from Deconstructing Jen-

Here is the sketch, which I obviously turned~

I embossed the shells in gold on vellum and die cut them out with their matching dies.    I die cut them again from coral cs and stamped the image in Versamark.  I paired up the shells, cs and vellum, punched a small hole near the top and fastened them together with a loop of craft wire.  
The charms were strung on a piece of Hemptique cord; I tied ribbon and linen bows in between the charms.  The linen had been sitting on my desk for who knows how long, and had been spritzed and inked for an aged and distressed look. 

I stamped the Leafy Flourish Background image in Versamark on white cs and embossed with clear ep.  Next, I FINALLY used a Pan Pastel that I purchased last winter.  Wow!  Do they go on smooth!  I colored the background of the embossed image with the Pan Pastel and then ironed off the embossing powder.  I love the result! 
The rest of the card was just a matter of assembly and a bit of bling (my Vintage Faceted Buttons).

I am also linking this up to Seize the Birthday Anything Goes birthday Challenge

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a Blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used-
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Beauty By the Sea, Leafy Flourish Backgrounds and More
Paper- Neenah Solar White, SU vellum, Soft Suede, Crisp Cantaloupe, Calypso Coral, retired dsp, Studio Calico dp
Ink- Versamark, Memento Tuxedo Black
Other- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Beauty By the Sea Dies, SU Polka Dot ef, Pan Pastel, Gold ep, dimensionals, Hemptique Cord, MFT Award Die, SU Vintage Faceted Buttons

Friday, August 15, 2014

A Sweet 'n Sassy New Release!

Hi Everyone!

Welcome to the August Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps New Release!  Dies seem to be the trend in crafting right now and Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps has some fabulous new dies to release this month that coordinate with some of our stamp sets that are already available. 
As always, Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps has some wonderful prizes and a Release Day Challenge for you!  See end of post for these details.
And now for the Release!

When I first saw the Happy Ocean Friends Stamp Set and Dies, I immediately thought of 'Crush'' in 'Finding Nemo'!  And a card design was born!  :)  Don't you think this is a great 'boy' card?!   I also had the help of the sketch at Retrosketches this week.

This release includes 7 dies and sells for $16.75. 

Next up is the Beauty By the Sea Dies~

These Beauty By the Sea shells were stamped, colored with Copics and die cut out.  I made a beach of embossing paste and embellished the shells with gently rolling vellum waves, sequins, pearls, Hemptique cord and cheese cloth.  The sentiment is from the Across the Miles Stamp Set, probably one of my all time faves. 
 This release includes 6 dies and sells for $15.25. 

Lastly, we have the Flourish Sea Shell Dies~

This set includes 5 dies and sells for $11.75. 

Can't decide what to get?  Here's the whole bundle!

Want a chance at prizes?? 

1.  One random commenter from one of the DT blogs will be selected to win a $10 gift code to be used at the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Store.  You will have until Thursday, August 21st at midnight EST to leave your comments.  The winner will be posted on the snss blog on Friday, August 22nd.

2.  Our Release Day Challenge is "Add A Die Cut"- add at least one die cut to your card or project.  Use the Linky Tool below to add your card to the challenge gallery.  To be eligible for the prize, we ask that you create a new card (no backlinking) and enter your card in no more than 3 challenges.  One random winner will win a $20 gift code to the snss store. Check out the challenge guidelines on the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Blog
To enter, simply share a link to your creation below~

Thanks for joining us today!  Be sure to join us again on Friday. Aug. 22nd to see if you have won and to check out the next Friday Feature and Challenge! 

Lee Ann  :)

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Here Comes a New Release from Top Dog Dies!

Hi Everyone!
More new dies from Top Dog Dies are coming our way; I and the rest of the Top Dog Dies Design Team have sneak peeks for you all this week!  Keep reading for a chance to win, too! 
Today I am sharing this uber awesome die for fall, for the farm life or for rural living-the Top Dog Dies Windmill Die.
 Having traveled across the country twice this summer, I spent plenty of hours driving through the heartland of America and saw plenty of fields of crops and windmills. This card is a nod to America's Heartland~

I went looking for a little inspiration for this die.  I found this amazing image when I did a google image search for 'windmill'~

All I did for my background was sponging with a bit of masking to create the wisps of clouds and the sun.  I used adhesive paper and punched a circle for the sun and tore strips of the same paper for the clouds.  As I sponged, I removed and moved around the cloud masks to vary the intensity of the colors.  The Top Dog Dies Windmill Die was die cut in both Early Espresso cs and a piece of  Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheet
You may be wondering what other new Top Dog Dies are being released~

Fun, right!?  My guess is you are seeing some 'gotta haves' right now (bet you couldn't guess that my personal fave is the windmill!)!  Well, you are in luck!  These Top Dog Dies are being released tomorrow!  Want a chance at free dies?  You can enter for your chance to win the entire new release HERE!

The challenge on the Stamplorations Blog this week is 'Stamps and Dies'. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Good luck in the contest!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used-
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Across the Miles
Paper- SU Old Olive, Early Espresso, Neenah Solar White
Ink- So Saffron, Crisp Canteloupe, Calypso Coral, Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze, Midnight Muse, Memento Tuxedo Black
Other- Top Dog Dies Windmill Die, Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheet

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Dazzling Inspiration!

Hi Everyone!

I hope you have had the opportunity to check out the Add A Little Dazzle / Altenew Blog Hop!  
If you have not, you can find out all about it here!  
 It is time for another challenge at Add A Little Dazzle, 
and today we have a little inspiration for you!

Here is my take on the inspiration photo~

And here is the Inspiration Photo~

If you know me at all, you know I love nature, so this inspiration photo was right up my alley! 

I used my Altenew Hennah Elements set to stamp a singular image multiple times in a circle.  I then fussy cut the circle of images out and matted it on a Brushed Bronze Craft Metal Sheet.  To that I added a flower and leaf colored with Copics.  The center panel was stamped using the border stamp, along with a sentiment from the Label Love set.  Designer paper and Liquid Pearls to the flower center finish off the card! 
You can see two more cards made with Altenew's Hennah Elements Stamp set and Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal here.
 Don't forget about our blog hop
Get lots of inspiration and a chance for prizes here

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

By the Sea with Sweet 'n Sassy

Hi Everyone!

Here is a peek at a Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps new release, coming this Friday! 

We have new dies to go with old stamps!  These dies include ones for the gorgeous Beauty By the Sea Stamp Set
I colored and die cut my shells, then made my beach using white embossing paste with a bit if Crumb Cake reinker mixed in.  Once I had the paste how I wanted it on the cs, I spritzed it with some Tattered Angels gold mist and brown mist.  The sentiment comes from the Across the Miles Stamp Set
My inspiration and sketch inspiration came from Inspired By Stamping-

I am also linking this up to a brand new challenge, The Mixed Media Card Challenge!  They make it so easy to play along! Their current theme is 'Summer'.

The Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog theme is also 'Summer'.
613 Avenue Create's challenge this week is Sights, Sounds, Smells or Tastes of Summer. 
Eclectic Paperie's challenge this month is 'embossing'.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Supplies Used-
Stamps- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Beauty By the Sea, Across the Miles
Paper- Tempting Turquoise, Sahara Sand, Vellum, Neenah Solar White
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, Memento Rich Cocoa
Other- Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Beauty By the Sea matching Dies, Hemptique Cord, white embossing paste, cheese cloth, sequins, pearls, Copics

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Add A Little Dazzle/Altenew Blog Hop

Hi Everyone!

Welcome to another fantastic and fun day- It is time for the Add A Little Dazzle and Altenew Blog Hop!  That's right!  I did say Altenew!

We are so exited to be joining forces with this amazing company that has a beautiful line of stamps!  Join us today as both companies share some amazing inspiration using their stamps and Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets!

I just had to have the amazing set, Hennah Elements!  I stamped the flower on Perfect Peacock Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheet using Stazon Ink.  I also stamped the smaller flower, which mimics the center of the large flower.  I fussy cut both out of the craft metal sheet and then molded them both for dimension.  The small flower is adhered to the large flower with a dimensional.
Next, I stamped the diagonal stripes on the Crumb Cake panel.  Then I die cut the circle out of the panel and backed it with the oh-so-popular-vellum.  I stamped the striped image on vellum and heat embossed it in white, then fussy cut it out and adhered it along the edge of the Crumb Cake panel.  I popped this Crumb Cake panel up on dimensionals and adhered it to the back panel, which is dp from Carta Bella's Wildflower collection.
I stamped the amazing leaf image two times on a Brushed Bronze craft metal sheet and fussy cut it out.  Molding the leaves really made their gorgeous design stand out.  Love these leaves!
Lastly, I went with the trendy vellum again for the sentiment, which I heat embossed in white.

Next up - a CAS card!

 Oh my goodness; when I saw this image, I new it was meant for creating designs!  Actually, all of the images are wonderful for pattern and design play!  I lightly traced a circle onto my cs, using a circle die.  Then I stamped the image multiple times, using the penciled in circle as a guide. I added a second, smaller image then  added Gold Glimmer craft metal sheet berries to the wreath as well as a linen thread bow.
The scrap of dp sitting on my desk made a perfect banner.  Vellum was my paper of choice again to stamp my sentiment from the Label Love set.  How fun is this!

The challenge at Addicted to CAS this week is "gold".  This seems to fit the bill perfectly!

I hope I have inspired you!  Do you have a favorite card?  Let me know your fave in the comments!

Are you thinking you need to check out the Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets?  You can see all of the Add A Little Dazzle products HERE!

Ready to Hop?  Here is your complete  Blog Hop list!
Be sure to comment on each of the Designer's Blogs on this hop for a chance to win!

Remember, you must leave a comment on all blogs  for a chance to win 1 of 2 prize packs from both companies! 

You have until Friday, August 16th midnight to enter.  The winners will be announced on both company blogs. 

Special Bundle Pack!
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Thursday, August 7, 2014

The New Top Dog Dies Flower Lace A2 Mat Gets a Makeover!

Hi Everyone!

I am back with a project using one of, if not my most favorite new die of late, the Flower Lace A2 Mat Die from Top Dog Dies.

Yes, this is a mat die, although it may not look like it!   I die cut circles from the top white mat of my card and then placed the black Flower Lace A2 Mat Die behind the circles.  Because of the way the top two circles overlap, I had to die cut the die cut into a circle.  Hope that makes sense!  Each of the circles was backed with color- Blushing Bride, Crumb Cake and Pool Party.  Again, because of the overlapping circles, the Pool Party piece had to be cut into a circle. 
The Crumb Cake circle is recessed behind the white panel, using dimensionals.  I added 'strings' to hang my lanterns or paper shades.
Since the colors lend themselves to a tranquil feeling, I thought this would make a good sympathy card.  I stamped my sentiment on vellum and embossed it with white ep and then die cut it out with a Banners #1 Die from Top Dog Dies. 

Thanks so much for stopping by;  have a blessed week!

Lee Ann  :)

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Add A Little Dazzle/ Lawn Fawn Bog Hop (Day 3) & Challenge #37

Hi Everyone!  

It's time for Day 3 of the Add A Little Dazzle and Lawn Fawn  blog hop and Dazzling Diva Challenge #37! Both design teams have joined forces to bring you a week of stamp and Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheet inspiration.  Get ready for a week of amazing projects!

Our challenge this week fits in nicely with the great Lawn Fawn products- use a word die.  Lawn Fawn has some darling word dies and they look great in Add A Little Dazzle craft metal

Our Challenge~

Is this not the cutest set!?  I just had to have these cute critters from Hello Baby.  I am always in need of a baby card and these are sooo sweet!  Notice the darling crown on this handsome prince- I stamped and fussy cut the crown out in Pefect Peacock craft metal, matching the 'hello' word die.  
My background is water colored using Inktense pencils.  Did you notice the irresistable cat tails? They are die cut from Brushed Bronze craft metal.  
I framed the whole image with a circle window framethat I rimmed with Wild Wasabi cs.  A little baker's twine and a button finish off the card.

Shopping Our Stash has a fun challenge this week, of water coloring on our cards, so I am linking up there as I have water colored a pond!
AAA Cards also has a watercolor challenge this week~

To play along, make a card using this week's Dazzling Diva Challenge
 or you can choose anything goes.  You do not have to use craft metal sheets, but if you have them we would love to see them! As always, you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificate from the Add A Little Dazzle Boutique!  If you are too impatient to wait, you can shop here NOW!

If you upload to online galleries, please use the tag/keyword DIVA37.  Leave a direct link to your project using the linky widget at the bottom of the Add A Little Dazzle Challenge blog

Supplies Used-
Stamps- Lawn Fawn Hello Baby
Paper- Neenah Solar White, Wild Wasabi,Naturals Ivory, mixed media paper
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, Wild Wasabi, Crumb Cake
Other- Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets, Lawn Cuts 'Hello' Die, Lawn Cuts Hello Baby, SU baker's twine and button, mft circle dies, dimensionals, SU polka dot ef, inktense pencils
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