Saturday, 27 June 2015

Sweet Stampin' Challenge

Morning all, it's Saturday and that means it's time for a new challenge at Sweet Stampin'. 

This week our theme is

Red Hot Summer

That's a laugh eh?! Schools stopped on Wednesday and it's been raining every day since!

And here is my card, which actually is much brighter irl - it looks a bit dull in the photo! I've used a Mo Manning image and I wanted to make it look like he was actually shooting so I used a water droplets stamp from Inkylicious on acetate and then glossy accented them. The frame is double 3d'd on top of the image but you're not going to really get a sense of that from the photo.


Challenges I'd Like to Enter

Stamps
Blast - Mo's Digital Pencil
Water Raindrops - Inkylicious

 Embellishments 
Glossy Accents

 Tools 


 Thanks for dropping by today. 

We're off on our summer hols today, so look after yourselves and I'll see you in a week or so!

Remember to drop by Sweet Stampin' and see what the rest of the Team Jacky Sweeties have been up to! Perhaps you could have a go yourself, don't forget to stamp now ;)



6 comments:

Tracey T said...

I'm liking those water droplets and much prefer them to the one that are coming down here at the moment! Enjoy your holiday! xx

Chris said...

Clever design here! Love this image, the water drops are a fabulous touch!
Hope you soon get some summer - it's been a lovely few days here in the SE...warm and sunny...must be your turn soon:)
Chris
x

Sue B said...

Oh Wow! this is fab Susan… LOVE those wonderful droplets… the sentiment is perfect too!
Hope the weather bucks up for you!
Big hugs, Sue B xx

Wendy L said...

Lovely card Susan, fab image, such fun, xxx

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

He's so cool, Susan, the water drops are a perfect addition. He reminds me of my sons when they were little :)

Have a great weekend, sweetie!

Love and hugs
Maarit

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

What a fun stamp Susan! Love this cute image and the watery drops look amazing! Fabulously fun Summer card. Hugs, Wends x

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