Stamps: Antionette from Krafin' Kimmie; Paper: Whisper White, Spring Rain, Enchanted Evening; Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, B0000 Pale Celestine, B12 Ice Blue, E00 Skin White, E55 Light Caramel, N1 Neutral Grey No. 1; Accessories: Martha Stewart Snowflake Punch, Large Scalloped and Regular Circle Nestabilities, Frosted Lace Stickles, Satin Ribbon, Quickie Glue Pen, Tiny Twinklets
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Inky Impressions DT Call!
You know how I love to find new stamp companies, and I just love stamps! Well I have been following Inky Impressions for a bit now, actually since before Nicole launched the site and I have been loving what I've seen! The adorable stamps featuring Angelica, Lili, Nickie, and Rachel are just some of the cutest girls around, and right now Inky Impressions is having a Design Team call! I ordered some of the winter stamp sets from their new release at the beginning of the month (okay so I ordered a bunch of stamps, there were too many to pick from!) and the challenge for the Design Team call was to create an ornament using their stamps! I haven't made an ornament in ages, so this was certainly a challenge, but I had a lot of fun with this! I hope you like what I created! For all the details on the Design Team Call, just check out the Inky Impressions Challenge Blog!For my ornament I used this cute stamp from Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps (Sorry! My Inky Impressions Stamps have not arrived yet, but they are in the mail!). Since this was to be an ornament I went for the winter look, complete with shades of light and darker blues and lost so snowflakes and glitter! I love the shine Stickles give to things, plus this snowflake punch I got from the store about two weeks ago is just perfect for a winter ornament. I had a lot of fun with this, and look at that shine! Too much fun!Be sure to check out all the great ornaments submitted, you are sure to love them like I do! Have a great day and thanks for taking the time to look at my creation for today!