This chipboard is so fun and glittery! I love it! I also got to use my new cloud background stamp by Hero Arts. I have some serious love for this stamp. I totally freaked when I first saw it. It was like they took it right out of my head! I have always wanted a stamp like this!
I made these waves with blue twinkle embossing powder. This kind is by Judy Kins, but I have to tell you that after using American Crafts Zing and the stuff they sell at Papertrey Ink, I just don’t like this embossing powder much anymore. It’s just not Zing-tastic :). I was pretty excited about how I made these waves. I actually made them with the stamp image below:
This is Kim Hughes’s kissable tree! If you turn it on its side, it kind of looks like waves! Love!
I stamped a sentiment on a die cut Carolyn Gavin piece and had a gorgeous glittery beach scene! I was so glad my Dad asked me to make a card too! How cool is that? Well, there is no internet at Mike’s parent’s house (where we’re staying) which gives me the heebie geebies, but I think I will survive. I am so behind on checking all your lovely blogs too. I will hopefully get back to seeing all your wonderful cards and commenting soon. There is just too much work, which makes me sad, because your blogs make me smile!
[Supplies]Paper: Neenah Paper Classic Crest (solar white), Michael’s brand (light blue)Ink: Versamark, Stampin’ Up (soft sky), Papertrey Ink (true black)Stamps: Hero Arts (designblock clouds), Papertrey Ink (faux ribbon), Kim Hughes (kissable tree)Etc: Judy Kinds embossing powder (royal blue twinkle), Me and My Big Ideas Destination Paradise chipboard, K & Company Carolyn Gavin Greenhouse die cut