Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Crafty Creations Challenge and all those Valentines...

We are back with our new bi-weekly challenge at CCC!  This time we are sponsored by Whiff of Joy Stamps, with Good Luck Gnome as the prize!  Check out their new selection and all their sale items!  I had to breakdown and get a few new stamps...shhh...don't tell John. Hehe!
As for this challenge we are Keeping It Simple! 

I am using Henry with a drink.  My sentiment is Drink...Laugh...Celebrate!  Happy Birthday!
Papers are from DCWV and CTMH.  Arrow is CTMH.  Colored WOJ's Henry with Copics and CTMH alcohol inks and spitcka pens for all that glitter!

Here are all my Valentines... sorry they are late, just was too busy last week to get them up here! 
Hope you all had a wonderful Valentine's Day!
 Mustache sucker Valentines.
CTMH stamps and circut cartridge.
 These little monkeys were the worst by far... lots of coloring and work.  Punch is Martha Stewart, paper, embossing powder, stamps, ink all CTMH.  We packed these with Banana Laffy Taffys.

 These were quick and easy.  Used Pun stamps from CTMH, H2O pencils and blending pen. Spitka pens on a few of them as well.  Papers are all CTMH.

Lastly the big Valentines for Teachers.  Cause they needed way more Chocolate for dealing with all those kiddos everyday!  Henry is From Whiff of Joy with this big heart (one of my favorite stamps).
 I did play a bit more with these image, I still need to work on my mask for the heart.  I did a image then cut out the heart, but I think it is too think yet so it leaves a white edge yet.  Will work on that, but these were still fun to experiment with.
 I did a fold over card or treat cover.  Just a 12x4 strip of pink card with pattern paper cut to fit.  This was my original project for this current week's challenge, but I kinda got carried away with the frills so... just threw it in for extra inspiration. Papers are CTMH as is LOVE stamp.

 Lastly my quick card using scraps from my class card projects.  These went together rather quickly, but it helped that everything was cut and I just had to piece them together and stamp a quick image.  Stamps are CTMH as is paper.

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