Saturday, August 31, 2013

Late Night Partying

Hey All!  The OWH VCMP is live over on the Stars and Stamps blog.  I hope you all get a chance to play along!  I'm staying up late and cranking out a few more while my mojo is still hot!

just a little note
Although this was today's last challenge I'm showing it off first.  I'm really loving the masking tape block stamping technique.  I didn't think so at first and actually almost skipped it!  I used some Ranger Inks by Tim Holtz since I did away with all my other colored inks a long time back.  The image and sentiment are a retired Stampin' Up! set.

Winter Wishes
The first challenge of the day was to create a winter themed card based off of a sketch.  Papers are SU and the sentiment is an old Fiskars one.

Happy Birthday
Challenge two O-W-H.  O is for the orange I used.  W is for the white and H is for the Happy birthday sentiment.  What do you think? Did this fit the challenge?  Sentiment is by Hero Arts.

I Miss You
The triple die cutting technique proved to be a challenge for me.  My only large dies are circles and stars.  I did some clever manipulating with my paper trimmer to pull this one off.  Sentiment is by Hero Arts.

Next was a sketch challenge using love as the theme.  The sentiment is by SRM and I will have to check on the image.  A friend of mine mailed me a few a while back.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Thanks for playing along!
    Love the Love Card!

  2. All of these are awesome, Samantha! I really can't pick a favorite. Looks like you had a fun late night!

  3. Your cards turned out great! So glad to have the chance to play!

  4. All of your cards are awesome and yes- you got it for
    O-W-H! I love the paper you used for the triple card- I have some and am going to dig it ouy! And I also was not sure about the masking tape--- and I like how it comes out! Thanks for joining in on the challenges and for your support of OWH and our troops!

  5. Love all of your cards! Thanks for playing along with the Masking Tape challenge, I'm glad you like how it turned out!