Good morning and Happy Saturday! Today's Squigglefly release is one called Ticky Cupcake Kitty. It's a cute and fun image for any occasion really, but I've made it a birthday card since I always need birthday cards.
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I colored him with copic markers and chalked the background and also chalked glow around the candle flame. I added stickles to the flame too!
Notice the pinked look to the edge of the circle? I made that with my scalloped circle nestabilities using a trick I learned from Melanie's blog here. It's a cool thing to do to stretch your nestabilties uses!
The greeting is from a Wordsworth clear stamp set I've had a long time. The flowers are some cuttlebug dies and I stuck a glue dot in the centers and then sprinkled some glitter on top. Easy peasy way to do glitter!
Here's a peek at the inside
and a side view
That little cupcake is from one of the Studio G clear sets from Michael's dollar bin. Easy little pop up piece, but it makes the card a little more special and fun to add it, don't you think? The greeting here is from Rubber Stampede. It was on a wooden stamp that had a piece of cake in the middle of the words, and I cut the words off to use separately.
I worked on getting the video on envelopes made and it's now ready for viewing! I finally got out our tripod and found a way to set it up so that you don't have all the camera movement.
Here's some blog candy for you to try for. Heike, one of my fellow design team members for Inky Impressions is having a pretty awesome giveaway here
Well, I've been "thinking" about painting my craft room for a few years now, and Thursday night I tested pulling the wall paper border down. It's not going to be a quick and easy process, but I've started and I know I'll be so glad when I've done it. Anyway, working on getting the border down is on my list of things to do today. I will of course be finding time to stamp too!
Enjoy your Saturday and thanks for looking!