SSS Challenge…Take a Picture

Hi all! I have a card I created for the Simon Says Stamp Challenge and this week Simon Says…Take a Picture!

And I’m not going to lie, I was so excited! You may not know this about me but I have a slight obsession with cameras (okay, it’s a huge obsession) I have a vintage camera collection that is my pride and joy! :] And I’ve been hoarding some camera related patterned paper for quite some time now (they are just so pretty!)  But, this challenge forced me to use some of it and I’m so happy I did!! :]

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I used some grey card stock that I received in one of my monthly card kits as the card base and the patterned paper is from Studio Callico’s Darling Dear collection. I created the tiny polaroid with a 1 inch square punch (I don’t have any square dies or any of those adorable polaroid dies) and my paper trimmer. I then stamped the heart from an adorable Lawn Fawn stamp set that was also apart of a card kit in Hero Arts Red Royal Mid-tone Shadow Ink and die cut the “you” from the SSS You die and stamped “make me smile” from the coordinating stamp set.

I gotta say, I’m very happy with how this turned out, but that’s not a surprise seeing as how it is camera related. :] Thanks for stopping by!!

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CASology & Paper Smooches Sparks Challenge

Hi all! Playing along today with CASology (cue card is ‘care’) & Paper Smooches Sparks Challenge (anything goes!)

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Paper Smooches logo sparks copy

I had so much fun making this card! I’ve had this Paper Smooches Healthy Vibes stamp set for a little while now but haven’t played around with it until now. It is just so dang cute!

I used Authentique Celebrate 6×6 paper pad for that little strip of red and just stamped the band aid image from the Healthy Vibes stamp set onto some kraft card stock three times. Colored in the hearts red and cut out the images. I used the Feel Better Soon sentiment from that same PS stamp set and added some glossy accents to the hearts. I adhered the middle band aid behind the red strip of paper and directly onto the card base. I then popped up the top and bottom band aid on some dimensional adhesive and that was it.

Hope you all enjoy, and thanks for stopping by! 😀

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