This is the last post sharing my Virtual Stamp Night cards created.
The hostess has two boys. She asked them what is their favorite thing to do at the park and they told her “Sports!” So the challenge was to make a sport themed card. I do not send a lot of sports cards, so I own few stamps that are considered sports. I found the basketball player, Curious George on the ball, and the weight lifter. I colored each of these images with alcohol markers. I used the greeting from Fred Said, based on Fred Rogers and his sayings, for the card front. In the end, I like the card.
This was a fun card to create. I had this idea pinned on Pinterest. The oval is watercolored with SU WC pencils. I dried it, then stamped my palm tree and greeting. The background was embossed with an SU folder. I added ribbon from my stash and called it good. I like this card.
The hostess said every park has a slide, so the idea was to use a diagonal to depict a slide. I chose to make the Double Triangle Fold technique card. I used patterned paper and the butterfly from Gina K Sending Love stamp set and paper. The cardstock is Jelly Bean Green from GKD. The patterned papers were cut and waiting to be used. I had the butterfly stamped and colored, so I fussy cut and placed it in the circle. I did emboss the butterfly triangle using a Darice folder. I like the card. It was posted to the MISTI challenge for March as it needed to be green.
I followed the sketch exactly. This card will be sent to someone who I am creating July 4 cards for. I used a very old SU set called Mini Messages with a date of 2004. The embossed background was created using an SU embossing folder.
I enjoyed creating these cards and following the challenge guidelines. I have participated before, but never completing all of the challenge cards. When all challenges are completed, they call the person a Virtuoso and prizes will be awarded. Thanks for reading these posts. I have learned how to schedule these posts. I am working on laundry while I sit at the computer typing these. Enjoy your day!