Thursday, April 24, 2014

SugarPea Designs and Perfect Paper Crafting Blog Hop

Today, the SugarPeas are teaming up with the Perfect Paper Crafting design team to bring you a fabulous blog hop filled with SugarPea Designs sweetness and sweet crafting tools from our friends at Perfect Paper Crafting. You are sure to be inspired and you could WIN a fabulous prize!!

I created a card with the SugarPea Designs My Hero and the Perfect Layers Mini Tool! 
I used the SC485 sketch as my inspiration.

I started with an MFT natural CS pael and I ran it through the ig Shot in a Darice Stripes embossing folder. I chose some papers from the Fancy Pants Designs Little Sport 6x6 paper pad. I used the Perfect Layers Mini to mat my panel with MFT hot fudge CS.  

I stamped my image in MFT black licorice hybrid ink and colored him with copics.   

skin - E11, E21, E00, E000, R20, R30
hair - E47, E37, E35, E53
shirt ./ T-shirt - BG78, BG75, BG72, R59, R29, R2, R05 
pants - E47, E44, E43

I hope you will join our Blog Hop today - I promise that you will find TONS of inspiration - as well as a chance to win a $50 Gift Certificate to the SugarPea Designs Online Shoppe.  Perfect Paper Crafting is also giving away a $50 Gift Certificate to their store!  All you have to do is leave a comment on each designers blog to be entered to win either prize!  Winners will be chosen at random and announced on the SugarPea Designs Blog on May 1st.
And if you decide you must have the Perfect Layers Mini, be sure to use the code Kim5% to get 5% off your order! 
Below is a list of participating designers, happy hopping!

If you want to buy the My Hero stamp set, you can find him HERE! 

DS148 - Sweet as Can Bee

Welcome to the Deconstructed Sketch #148
I will admit that was initially stumped by this sketch.  But once I ditched the idea of doin a square card and going to the standard A2 card, it came together quickly.

I played along wit the MFT Doodle Garden Sweet as Can Bee.

I started with a smooth white CS base.  I used the MFT fishtail flag STAX, circle STAX, and Blueprints 1 to create the sentiment panel and the banners.  I stamped one of the lemon drop banners with a stamp from the Washi Patterns stamp set.   

I stamped my image in MFT black licorice hybrid ink and colored it with copics.   used a clear star Gelly Roll pen to add some shimmer to her wings.   

skin - E11, E21, E00, E000
hair - C9, C7, C5, C3
body - C9, C7, C5, C3, Y17, Y15, Y13

Here is the sketch:

 Head to the Deconstructed Sketch blog to play along and link up your creations.  Be sure to check the creations of my fellow DT members for some inspiration!   

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

MFTWSC173 - You Make Life Sweet

HUMP DAY!   That means there is an new MFTWSC ready for you to tackle!
I played along with the PI Make Mine a Double.

I started with a smooth white CS panel and I used a die cut from the Die-namics Wonky Scallop Border as a template to sponge on some clouds with sno cone ink.  I die cut the grass from limeade CS using the Die-namics Fresh Cut Grass.I adhered that panel onto a banana split CS panel that I die cut using a  die from the Die-namics Blueprints 13 to create the stitching around the panel.   I also used a die from the Die-namics Blueprints 3 to die cut the banner from sno cone CS.

I stamped my image from the PI Make Mine a Double in the new black licorice hybrid ink.  I colored her with copics and then used a white gel pen to add some polka dots to her dress and freckles to her cheeks.   I fussy cut her out and popped her up with foam dots before adhering to the panel.

I used the largest die from the Die-namics Blueprints 13 again to create the stitched panel on the inside of the card and I stamped a sentiment from the PI Because You're Special.

skin - E11, E21, E00, E000, R22, R21, R30 
hair - E35, E53, E51
clothing - Y04, Y02, Y00, V15, V12, C2
ice cream - E55, E53, R22, R21,R20

Here's the sketch:

Ready to play along?   Head over the MFT blog and link up your creation!  Every project you share is an automatic entry into the MFT weekly giveaway of a Gift Voucher worth up to $20!