Sunday, April 11, 2010

MPS--Pink, Green and Black Challenge

I am a little intimidated posting this at My Pink Stamper as I look up to a lot of the design team as well as Robyn for being so crafty!! The challenge was to use Pink, Green and Black to make something creative.

Here is what I grabbed to brainstorm with:

DCWV--Nana's Kids Stack
Beyond Birthdays Cricut Cartridge
Staz-on Black Ink
Peachy Keen PK-M12 Lady Bug Thank You stamp
Offray Ribbon
Misc. Brads
Georgia Pacific White Cardstock
Crayola Colored pencils (not pictured)
Stickles (not used in final card)
Embassy Invitation Envelope from Wal-mart
Misc. Adhesives
Cricut markers (not pictured)

I have really wanted to use the cute green and pink lady bug paper from the Nana's Kids stack for a long time now but never had any ideas. Well when I saw this color challenge and realized that I just got the PK stamp I could use this paper to make something really cute. My niece, Brooke, will be turning 3 in two weeks so I made her card. I decided to personalize the envelope also which is not normal for me. Thanks for looking!!


My cousin finish school just before Easter so I made her this card:

Here is a shot of the inside--sort of--I didn't want to post what I had written in the card as it is sort of personal from me to her.

The patterned paper is from DCWV Nana's Kids stack. The solid purple is from the DCWV shimmer metallic stack. "Congrats" was cut from Beyond Birthdays on my Cricut and the flowers were from the Mickey and Friends cartridge. The pink was just basic Georgia Pacific cardstock from Walmart--ran through the Cuttlebug using Swiss Dots and Stickled like crazy.