June cards with Split Coast Stampers

I have been playing with the challenges at Split Coast Stampers. Here are a few cards.

Featured Stamper Birthday Hoot

The above card uses Gina K Designs Birthday Hoot stamp set and matching patterned paper. The owl is colored with Spectrum Noir markers.


The sailboat card is for a color challenge. The colors are Balmy Blue, Night of Navy, and Lemon Lime Twist, all SU colors. I used three vendors stamps for this card: Beacon by Maymay Made It, Cloudy Skies by Simon Says Stamp, and flipflop2stamp by The Stamps of Life. For the navy color, I used Gina K Designs ink and the others are SU.

Sentimental Rose birthday

The above card is for the MISTI Monday challenge, to make a shaped card. I used the MISTI for the sentiment, the rose and leaves. I masked the rose before placing the leaves. The scallop lays flat and the circle opens.

Thanks for looking at my newest cards.

9 thoughts on “June cards with Split Coast Stampers

    1. Thank you, Golda. I have been enjoying crafting more lately. The rose card has been mailed and that is always a plus in my book.

  1. All three are really great Lisa. I really like your rose. Hope you win a challenge. The owl card is fun with the PP in the background and your sailboats are cute too.

    1. Thank you, Johanna. These challenges are just for fun with no win. This rose card actually got mailed, so that is a win in my book.

    2. I missed the part you said about the owl and the sailboats. I think the sailboats is my favorite. It is getting many comments on Split Coast Stampers and that is always fun!

    1. Thank you! When I was posting, my post seemed to get lost, so when I came back today, I was pleasantly surprised that it posted. I have been enjoying stretching my brain to work on ideas.

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