Riley New Release Day 3

I’m back with another project featuring the stamps of the Riley & Company August 2017 release.  This release has a great selection of fall, Halloween and Christmas sentiments and clear sets.

This week’s specials include free US Domestic shipping on orders over $25 and a bundle package with the three new Dress Up Riley sets, matching dies, a bonus t-shirt die and free shipping, for the low, low price of $88.50.

I had fun with this next project! I took the Retro Folk image, Marty and Mary and got them all ready for the holiday season with the new Dress Up Riley Christmas Outfits clear set. The sentiment is also from this New Release, Drink Up Grinches!

Now, who on your Christmas list wouldn’t want this card??

Check out the inspiration from my fellow Design Team members on the Riley & Company blog all week. And, I’ll be back here on my blog two more times this week with some last project inspiration for you….three words…Corner. Goo. Die.

Riley New Release Day 2

Welcome Back Moose Enthusiasts!

This week is the new release over at Riley & Company. There are lots of great new sentiment options, plus three new Dress Up Riley sets with matching dies, and a new corner goo die (super, super cute!). Check out the August 2017 New Release’s right here.

This week’s specials include free US Domestic shipping on orders over $25 and a bundle package with the three new Dress Up Riley sets, matching dies, a bonus t-shirt die and free shipping, for the low, low price of $88.50.

This sentiment is one of my new favorites! It’s called If the Shoe Fits (Halloween). I have paired it with the Single Shoe stamp. I’ve also given it some sass and class with some bright red stickles on the hat and shoes. Lovely!

Check out all the great new stamps in the New Release section of the website. And, since there’s free shipping anyway, you might as well grab one extra for your basket.

There’s new inspiration on the blog all week, so check it out. I promise you, there’s some great stuff there from the Design Team!

Riley & Company August 2017 New Release

Hello Riley & Company Fans!!

It’s time for a brand new and super stinkin’ new release over at Riley & Company. Once again, the Design Team has had their fingers thick in the glue and glitter think on the paper to bring you the spectacular and shiny inspiration.

New Release projects are on the blog all week, so swing by and check it out.

For those of you already makin’ the list and checking it twice, there are two specials this week: 1) Free Shipping (US Domestic) until Saturday with an order over $25 and 2) Get the entire new Dress Up Riley’s (3 clear sets, 3 die sets) for $88.50. That’s a 25% discount, plus a free shirt die and free shipping!

Find everything available in the New Release section of the Riley & Company site.

My first card for you this week uses the first of the Dress Up Riley sets and a new Funny Bones sentiment. This is Time to Get Spooky! paired with some of the costume options of the new Dress Up Riley Halloween Outfits.

Love those drips and drops too? Look no further than the new Corner Goo Die.

This Halloween Outfit set is one of three new sets. The other two are a Christmas Outfits set and a Fall themed set perfect for making adorable scenes with your Riley`s. You can get all three, plus the matching die, for only $88.50 with the New Release special. Check it out here!

Thanks for stopping by! I`ll be back tomorrow with another card for you!

Mail Art with Prickley Pear

Hello Everyone! It’s a happy theme Tuesday over at the Prickley Pear blog. Today’s theme was suggested by the talented Irit Shalom of the Design Team. She suggested we make Mail Art.

What is Mail Art, you ask? Well, duh….just kidding, I  had to google it. Basically, it’s art for your mailbox. Envelopes decorated and ready to send. And let me tell you, they are a lot of fun to make!

This was my first attempt on an A2 envelope. I cut out the Flourish Oval Nesting Die on a post it and stuck it to the front of my card. This left a nice space for the mailing address. Then I took my Petunia stamp and stamped it around the edge of the frame. Next step was to color it up, which I did with regular pencil crayons. Once that was done, I took a black journaling marker and traced around the edge of my post it, then removed the post it from the envelope. Finally, I decided it needed a bit of color, so I sponged distress ink to the envelope.

This was attempted number two, which is my favorite!

Here, I started by stamping the Bicycle onto the envelope. Then I again masked off my address space.

The florals are from the Hibiscus 2 clear set, though I also used the darling three daisy stamp from the Scalloped Circle and Oval 4 – Floral set.  I didn’t want this one to have quite as much color as my first attempt, so I chose to just add select color to the images. The sentiment also comes from the Scalloped Circle and Oval 4 – Floral set.

 

Mail art is fun and easy to do! Give it a try yourself and see how addicting it can be. Need a few more ideas? Visit the Prickley Pear blog to see what the other Design Team members came up with.

Sketch Saturday #477

Hello Everyone! Welcome to a new sketch challenge over at Sketch Saturday. Every Saturday a new sketch is posted and you have until Friday the following week to enter for a chance to win a prize from their terrific sponsors. We hope you’ll come play with us!

Here is sketch challenge #477:

The sponsor this week is Crafty Sentiments Designs and I’m using Hootie – Rain Rain Go Away.

I love the patterns in this old Basic Grey paper pack. It was perfectly bright for this adorable image.

I hope you come and play along with us! One lucky challenge entrant will win a prize from our sponsor (and then maybe you’ll own this adorable stamp too!). Head on over to the Sketch Saturday blog to link up your new creation using the sketch. Good luck!

Creating with Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps!

Hello Everyone! If you were over on the Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps blog on Tuesday, you’d have read our “Round, Round” feature. This week, we were creating with all things round, whether it be wheels, shapes, die cuts, etc.

Today I share with you the card I prepared, which was a round shaped card.

The card uses the Jar Full of Daisies red rubber stamp. I paired it with the sentiment from Mini Butterflies and the adorable bee from the Spring Poinsettia set.

Check out these fabulous sets and much more in the Prickley Pear store. And, don’t forget to follow us over at the Facebook page for more great inspiration!

TCCCB – Black, White and One Other Color

Hello, welcome to the mid-month challenge with The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog!

Twice a month we roll out fantastic challenges for your to play along with and we work with great sponsors so you get to see art from a wide variety of talented artists.

Our challenge this fortnight is Black, White and One Other Color. Boy, did I have fun with this! I had a great image to work with from Mari’s Digi, I Love Art.

Here’s what I put together for this challenge.

Isn’t she great?? Sketch this week comes from Come and Get It Challenges.

Come on and play in this great challenge! You can link up your entry over at The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog from now through the end of the month. Come and check us out!