Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I brought out an ol’ favorite of mine and colored up Fancy Sunbonnet Thanksgiving rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. Mmmm, I can smell that turkey!
I’m so happy I was able to create a card and join in for today’s new Anything Goes challenge at Little Miss Muffet Stamps. For my project I’ve used the Fancy Sunbonnet Witch rubber stamp and created this fun Halloween card. The web ribbon and spider charms were from my stash.
Here’s an inspirational project for this week. On this project I’ve used Theodore’s Birthday rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I had colored this image before (see it HERE) so I wanted to go with something different – to do that I used a different color pallet and colored the words differently. It’s so fun to see how a stamp can be changed by just using different colors. I think this will work well for a baby card too.
I know it was just a couple days ago that I posted a project using this same stamp but I was compelled to use it again. This is actually the label from the Theodore’s Shamrocks rubber stamp package from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. As I was opening up the package, I could toss it out and thought it would make an excellent little note card.
I fussy cut around the image and added some white dots with the gel pen. Then grabbed some coordinating paper and accessories and quickly put this together. I don’t open new packages very often (because I just order an extra stamp for myself before packaging) but if I did, then I’d certainly do this more often. It’s like receiving a bonus! 😀
I was inspired by the way Annabel colored Belated Birthday Snails with all the texture that I knew I had to try. So I picked up Snail Mail rubber stamp by Little Miss Muffet Stamps. However, instead of using pencils, I gave it a go with markers so my details isn’t as controlled. But hay, he turned out okie dokie in my book.
I didn’t really have a good sentiment that I liked so I used the background decorative paper and wrote in my own. It’s a word search paper and I used a black pen to write in my sentiment and blue to circle it. After all… I found it!
I found a tutorial online on how to make a paper quilt and thought it was awesome so I gave it a whirl and made one of my own. I changed the focal point to include a stamp and sentiment but the quilt motif works perfectly with the Sunbonnet stamp. For this project, I used Sunbonnet Strawberry Watering Can rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps.