Sunday, October 24, 2010

Market Street Robots

I really could not resist doing a robot football player and cheerleader. I used the Robo Star and Robo Love stamp sets. I hope you enjoy my creation as much as I did making it!

Market Street Stamps

I would like to share some cards that I have created using Market Street Stamps. I wanted to show how the bird from the Follow Your Heart stamp set can be used for every season. I also used the Bff's stamp set for the sentiment on the spring card, and the Ain't No Sunshine stamp set for the sentiment on the summer card.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Market Street Stamps

Here is another card I have created using the newly released Market Street Stamps! I really love the adorable stamps that are on the BFF's stamp set. I decided to create a card using the bean and rice image with the coordinating sentiment. I could not resist putting a top hat on the bean! The hearts are from the Follow Your Heart stamp set.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Peachy Keen Challenge #39

For this Peachy Keen challenge you are suppose to create elements used in gift wrapping. I decided to create a set of stationary cards and envelopes. I also made a coordinating gift bag to hold the cards. I used Happy Bird and Phrases for the bird, Fall Fun Pumpkins for the sunflowers, Simple Sallies Face Assortment for the sunflower faces, and Sweetie Pie Peepers for the sentiment. The polka dot backgrounds are the Large Polka Dot Print and the Medium Polka Dot Print. I really love these polka dot stamps, because they are easy to line up to repeat the pattern. Stationary cards are fun to create, and I really think they would make a great gift!

Market Street Stamps

Hey everyone! Angelica from Market Street Stamps has launched a brand new website and has designed more adorable stamps. I created this card using a newly released stamp set. This cute flan image and sentiment is from the BFF's stamp set. What is so unique about this set is there are versatile bilingual sentiments. Be sure to check out Market Street Stamps new website!

Monday, October 4, 2010

Peachy Keen Challenge #38

It's time for another Peachy Keen challenge! For this challenge, you are suppose to create an October themed project that is not a card. I decided I was going to create a recipe box filled with the ingredients. I found a paper mache book that looks like a witch's spell book. The top of the box is a view of the witch's room where she and her spider assistant cook up some potions. The ghost peeking in through the window is scared of what is being created. The inside of the box contains bottles that are filled with the soft drink mix and sugar. I used Lisa Jean Halloween, Halloween Minis, Spiders and Cats, Dress Me Ghost, and Spider on Freaked Ghost stamp sets. This box would make a cute gift set for a halloween party!