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TMS and Candy Corn!

>> Sunday, September 25, 2011

Welcome!

Have you checked out the challenge at Tuesday Morning Sketches? Pop on over and check out all the wonderful cards made with this weeks sketch~



Once you have your creative juices flowing, stamp your own card using the sketch and you could be the winner of a DRS Designs gift certificate! Free Stamps! It's like Christmas coming early!


Sadly, I don't get a chance to win, but that didn't stop me from working with this weeks wonderful sketch!


I stamped my Candy Corn Wreath on white cs using black dye ink and after coloring I cut out only the inside and layered it on my lime green cs using 1/8" pop dots. I stamped the lime green cs with our new Tiny Happy Halloween stamp using versamark ink and white embossing powder. My background was created using the "candy" and "corn" parts of our Favorite Veggie Candy Corn Greeting.

I added 4 multi colored jewels on the corners of the lime green layer and the bottom stars are 2 size stars punched from purple and lime green cs and glued together. The 3 candy corn on top were stamped (in orange) using our Candy Corn Background and after coloring the bottom section in yellow and cutting them out I taped them to a small strip of cs and stamped them on top of my clear versamark ink pad and embossed them using clear embossing powder (note: as soon as the powder melted I immediately dipped them in the ep a 2nd time and heat set that) for a quick paper glaze.

Thanks for stopping by and good luck in the contest!

4 comments:

Pam said...

This is darling. Are we on the same wave length, or what? Now I need to get some candy corn. It is one of my guilty pleasures.

Karin said...

I love the candy corn phrase for the background!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Fun card, Sue! Love the colors and your upper and lower bgs are just wonderful. Great job lining them up!

Chrissy D said...

Sue - this is so fun. love the dimension and layers you added to it!

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