Welcome to the first A Muse Studio Consultant's Challenge of 2013! The January challenge is hosted by Tracey Jean Hastings and her challenge is to show some love to your new (or never been used) products by creating project that also uses a paper crafting fave - technique, color, ink, etc.
This was an easy challenge for me because I still have some toys from the Valentine release that I hadn't used yet. It's no secret that I love patterned paper, so one of my favorite stamping techniques is to make my own patterned paper. I thought it would be fun to use the sentiments in Sending My Love to make some patterned paper. I arranged all the sentiments on clear blocks and using Cherry, Blush and Slate ink and my trusty stamp positioner, I stamped four rows of sentiments on Sugar card stock.
I used Seattle petite polka dot cardstock for my card base and added my strip of patterned paper to the bottom of the card. Then I used a couple of other favorite techniques - die cutting my own embellishments and popping them up with foam dimensionals. I used the Hearts Trio dies and Cherry gingham paper to cut out some hearts and added them to my card. That's it! I hope you like it!
Now it's your turn! Go to the A Muse Studio Consultant Challenge blog, check out the rules and enter your creation for a chance to win an awesome prize!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!
Cardstock: A Muse Sugar
Patterned Paper: A Muse Cherry gingham, Seattle petite polka dot
Stamps: A Muse Sending My Love
Ink: A Muse Cherry, Slate and Blush
Other: A Muse Heart Trio die
Size: 5.5" x 4.25"