Welcome to my blog!!! I'm super excited to share my passion of rubber stamping with you...YES, I'm a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and LOVING it! Sit back and stay a while...I'm really glad you stopped by and I hope you enjoy your visit!
Geez, where does the time go? It has been a month since I posted & I truly apologize....I'll explain in another post later. I'm just glad to have the opportunity to share a quick project with you this morning!!!
As the title of my post says; this card is for the Crafty Gals Challenge. Our host this month is Diane & her challenge is as follows: Since April is supposed to be a rainy month in most of the country, I thought we would try a "water" challenge. My challenge to you is to incorporate water in some way on your card. It can be rain, puddles, ocean, sea, beach, lake, bathtub or anything else you can think of. In addition to the water, I want you to use ribbon, brads and patterned paper on your card. I can't wait to see your creations and I hope you all enjoy this month's challenge.
Soooo, I decided to use one of my fave retired Stampin' Up! sets called Bubble Queen because this card is also for my girlfriend Kathy's daughter Stephanie who's turning 19 on Easter. I kept my design very simple but I did enjoy coloring that image & adding glitter to the bubbles....that's always a LOT of fun! I hope you enjoy my lil' project as well as the rest of the Crafty Gals: Melina Tracie Athina Carolina Barb Diane Lela Heather Patty Jeanette
Well, I'm off to start my day & finish up the kiddos Easter Treats. Thanks so much for stopping by & have a great rest of the day!
Until Next Time,
Hugs & Love, Supplies: Bubble Queen & Teeny Tiny Wishes Stampset; Very Vanilla & Real Red Cardstock; Basic Black Ink; Real Red, Pink Pirouette & Pretty in Pink SU! Markers; Real Red Satin Ribbon; Dazzling Diamonds Glitter; Vintage Brads; Large Oval Punch; Dimensionals
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