I stamped and i stamped and I'm still stamping...

this one was done kinda tongue in cheek... the very last challenge for wsw is to make a card a guy would like not necessarily a card a woman would think a guy would like and one of the male peas said oh where did i leave my Victoria's secret catty... the smaller corsets are from ReyFey the largest one with the bow is from Hampton Arts, the sentiments from Catslife Press and the zigzag stitch is from Hero Arts. World Wide Stamping Weekend @ Two Peas... this is what i have done so far in the last 24 hours... I hosted a Stampin Up party yesterday morning so i started with the challenges about 3 pm yesterday and now its 3:30 today... so far i have done 10 personal cards and only one i don't like... :) this card above and below was done for Godelieve's vellum challenge. (its not posted there yet, we've killed that site at least twice so far today.) the Holly Berry Image is stamped with Versamark ink and heat embossed with ranger seafoam white. (same stuff on the Hero Arts lace image) these are stamped repeatedly and cut out and layered to the watercolor paper card. this is a Micheal's one dollar sentiment stamp. This was done for Dawn's bella Challenge, this is the other image that Kim gifted me with recently and this is the first one i have played with, there is pink liquid pearls in the sequins and on the pp in the centers of the flowers. This is one i did with watercolor crayons for the challenge that i hosted a couple of hours ago, its a Penny Black image and the mat is green vellum with an hero arts swirl stamp on the edges stamped in Stampin Up's vanilla craft ink (which has a green tint to me) and then heat embossed in clear. I cut out the edges and there is no adhesive under that part of the vellum so the light travels through it like windows. (really cool in person) This is also for the no ink challenge i hosted, the tag is stamped with stampin up stamps and paint. the beach image is a RAK from Pam and this is the first time i have played with it too. I'll do a tutorial photos of the ones from My challenge in another post later.
This is the only ugly one, its colored with Sparkling H2o's
(it was for an unused stamp challenge and i have never used this one, it
came to me in a large lot auction win and i set it aside last year and forgot about it)
the balloons stamp is from Peddlers Pack and the sentiments from Impress.
This one is for a solid flower challenge, the real dill stamp is from Hero Arts,
and the sentiments from A Muse Artstamps.
this was for a 2 stamps on the card challenge.
The dress is from stamps Happen, and the sentiments from
this was for a stamps only flat card challenge,
It was pretty much done just like the reverse mask stamp
challenge card posted below on a thread from last week or so?
with the little shoppers.
this one the lace & sentiment are from hero arts, the background is from
stampin up and the veggie dress is from Karen Lockhart stamps.
And I won the rak give away drawing for this challenge card
This was for a "seaside" themed challenge, this is 6 different
shell stamps the three largest ones are from PSX and then smaller
ones are from Stampin Up. they are all stamped with versafine
vintage sepia on an tea dye distress foil transfer background, there
is a bit of prisma pencils scribbled into the shells. this one is 6X6 in real life.
the pp is from Basic grey and the stentiments also from Stampin Up.
this was for a distress background challenge and if you look close
at the corners of the tag, you'll see a paper towel...
The fishing vest is from karen Lockhart stamps and the sentiments from MSE.
I will update this later, the guys want to go to home depot.
(and it closes soon)


Nancy Maxwell James said...

all your cards are just gorgeous! I especially love the shell one!

Linda said...

Stacy, These are all just Fantastic..Love your blog..

Andi (RrlScrapGal) said...

Wonderful work! Every single one!

Rein said...

These are all just beautiful!!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

I came back to take another peek at your cards and I am now drooling over the corsets...I must have missed it...dread dead GORGEOUS! please tell me you submitted it!

Tami said...

I can't even begin to choose a favorite. Each one of your cards is beautiful or funny or amazing in it's own way. I love seeing them all together here on your blog.

Beth said...

Wow, now that's a load of cards. I love that "man" card. Too cute! Congrats on your winnings too. You are a fabulous card artist!!

Sandy said...

I saw the corset card on 2ps but for some reason the "pull this" didn't sink in at the time---seeing it again, I laughed out loud for sure!