Thursday, July 14, 2011
THURSDAY NIGHT/FRIDAY-My Pink Stamper DT CALL
Color challenge: Orange, Turquoise green , and brown.
Design team call: over at My Pink Stamper (DT CALL)
DT term runs from August Through January
Post by Wednesday July 20th, 11:59. pm CST
* must have blog for at least three months and regularly post
*You cannot already be serving on a DT team that has product that is a conflict
of interest (most DT's are fine as long as they do not sell product that is similar to My Pink Stamper original
Cricut Stamps idea.
*Your project must be made just for this challenge.
Post a pic on your blog with a full recipe and what this challenge is about.
* This needs to be a new project that you made just for this challenge
* Only one entry per person
* You do not need to be a professional, but you must have a love for the craft.
Challenge make a card scrapbook page or other Cricut project with your favorite Cricut cartridge, using the specified colors above.
(I name the challenge is called "Yummy Cool Refreshment")
Right now my favorite Cricut Cartridge is "YUMMY"(IC)The Recipe for this card is:
A2 size card 5.5x4.25( 5.5x 8.5(folded in half to give 4.25)
Card base PTI vintage cream
Chocolate brown (PTI) embossed with cuttlebug folder swirls
to which turquoise grosgrain ribbon was attached
The cartridge that I used was "YUMMY" for the Cricut imagine machine
I layered the ice cream cone
cone cut @3"---------and embossed with diamonds in the rough
each scoop was cut at 2"
The brown scoop was the color from the cart.
the orange scoop was from K &Co. patterned paper Hopscotch -- embossed with spots and dots
the green scoop was the color from the cart.
I cut a shape similar to the cone with the same paper as the orange scoop -- embossed with swiss dots.
smaller size in white and used "So Cool"
from the My Pink Stamper Stamp Set Punny-licious
The Popsicle next to the cone is from K& Co. Grand adhesion's Citronella.
I think it came out great I love the color combination.
I used 4 different embossing folders on this and I think it works real well with each element
I used ATG gun
and 3m Foam tape for adhesives