Inkadinkado stamps that I got a few weeks ago. I couldn't RESIST these cute, affordable, FUN stamps. This Pennant Alphabet will be so useful, both for cards and scrapbooking! I actually used it on my Disney pages a few posts back. This set with the hot air balloon and the zeppelin is called Inspirational Lift, how FUN is that? Hubby and I couldn't agree if it is a zeppelin or a blimp. I say zeppelin because of the pointy nose, he says blimp, because the fan is too small for a zeppelin? That's an engineer talking for you, I say he knows nothing about stamp art! LOL! I'm thinking I'll be submitting the balloon card to the Moxie Fab Beautiful Balloon Challenge. Too fun!
|Using the sponged ink technique I saw my friend Sylvia use on this post, |
I sponged ink on my zeppelins for both this and the next card,
some more fussy cutting ensued, I guess I like it more than I thought!
I like the look anyway! I created a punched background for it,
and used a funky patterned paper strip at the top, as well as one of my reclaimed buttons:)
|You really can't get simpler than this card, a patterned paper |
background, a swirl for the "tracks" some punches, voila!
supply list: stamps:Inkadinkado; patterned paper: K and Company & SU!; gems: K and Company, Hero Arts and Recollections; bakers twine: Crate and Barrel and jillibean; buttons: generic and SU!; swirl stamp: Autumn Leaves; punch: EK Success; printed acetate: K and Company; die cut cardmaking pad: K and Company