This card is for all of my stamping gals who came out last week for our 1st Annual Stamp Camp Tea Luncheon…I LAVA YOU! I am just so blessed to know each and every one of you. I wish all my blogging friends could have shared in the day as well- I guess in a way you are since this is one of the cards we stamped together at the luncheon;) I thought this was a fun card to spotlight for Heidi’s Friday Mashup #143 challenge this week:
- Create a project using the Colors “Coastal Cabana, Real Red & Crumb Cake.”
- Create a project using “Hearts & Arrows. “
- Or Mash it Up and create a project using “the above colors along with Hearts & Arrows.”
Ok, I am considering the DSP design to be arrows- yeah, that’s my story and I am sticking with it!
STAMPS: SU Crazy Mixed Up Love, SU Banner Blast (heart)
INK: SU Coastal Cabana, SU Real Red
PAPER: SU Coastal Cabana, SU Real Red, SU Fresh Prints DSP Pack, SU Whisper White
TOOLS: SU Oval Framelits, SU Occasions Paper Piercing Pack, SU Stampin’ Dimensionals
Imagine my surprise when I hopped over to Pals Paper Arts #188 and found Margaret’s sketch challenge this week that fit right in with this card!
Perfectly blended sketches! I love this, all those little hearts and the DSP look so cute. So glad you happened on our sketch this week and joined us at the Pals Paper Arts!
Thanks so much, Dawn. I love PPA challenges and went to check, and there it was!
Thanks so much…peace sistah!
ha ha! I love that stamp and that’s why I have to come check this card out. I lava what you’ve done with it and those designs are arrows my mind. Fun card.
Thanks, Judy for stopping by. I lavad making it!
Love it!!! Great use of the colors and how cute are those hearts.
Thanks, Holly. I almost overlooked those little hearts in that set- really resembled the lava;)
Very, very cute! I personally love this stamp set and your use of color and cutting out and popping the lava lamp is great! The sprinkling of hearts is perfect! Super-duper card!
I just love this stamp set and I love how you’ve used it here – the hearts coming up the side are awesome. Great touch with the piercing 🙂