Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Banana Guava Chips!


I am thrilled to be Hambo Stamps's Guest Designer for July, and today I made a card with two of their really cute stamps.

Today's SCS Color Challenge was to use Barely Banana, Chocolate Chip, and Groovy Guava. Now, I have not been a Guava fan, but when I saw today's colors, I knew I wanted to ink up my little goose stamp! I stamped my image (Mother Goose - 0620) in Palette Noir Black ink and then watercolored using reinkers and an aqua brush. When it was dry, I punched it out using my Marvy scalloped oval punch and then layered it with a punched larger oval that I ran through my Cuttlebug. A few more layers, a few layered Primas, and I am ready to attach my "hanger" for my little picture frame. I used grosgrain ribbon and a small Chocolate Chip brad for my picture hanger. I added a scalloped border using Basic Grey DP made with my slit punch, and added a small piece of the same DP in the upper left hand corner for a little interest. The inside of the card is stamped with "Special Delivery" (Special Delivery - 1506). I think it makes a darling new baby card!

10 comments:

  1. Totally cute - Judy!!! Congrat's on been the Guest Designer!!!

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  2. beautiful card! come check out my blog, you've been given an award! *smiles*

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  3. This is wonderful Judy, who woulda thought today's colors would work so well together!

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  4. Beautiful baby card!!! Love the layered blossoms! :) So pretty!

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  5. Beautiful card. The flowers are wonderful and I'm just wondering exactly what that little goose is saying. LOL. Joan

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  6. Those images are adorable Judy and I love what you did with them!

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  7. This is adorable. I love the stamps you used, great card! Stacy

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  8. CUTE cards!! Love those little mice.

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  9. This is really sweet, and I love your banana guava chips! I like the mama goosey chatting with her baby- great stamp!

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