A happy hello to you all on this wonderful night! If you made it here from the Market Street Blog you are in the right place. If not, start out on the blog here and I will see you again in just a bit.
Welcome to the Market Street Stamps January Release and Design Team Celebration Blog Hop. The projects you will see along the way are Designer's Choice, so they might not necessarily all be using the new sets. This month kicks off Market Street's journey of monthly releases. Angelica will be releasing new sets on the last Friday of every month, and the design team and guest designer of that month will be doing sneak peeks leading up to that day. She will also be adding some VersaMagic Dew Drop inks to the store.
Now, on to my project! The card I am sharing with you tonight is made with the brand new set Celebrate Cake. This set has a lot of amazing elements to give you such a variety in what you can make.
I stamped the images using Momento Ink and drew on the stripes using my Copic Multi liner Pen. I then colored in the stripes using a Copic Marker, then filled in the dots with my Turquoise Spica Glitter Pen. For the stars on top of the cake I used my Gold Spica Pen.
In the photo below you can see the glitter much better. I also used gold embossing powder for the sentiment stamp. For the corners, I punched them with my southwestern style corner punch and wrapped some jute around them.
Don't forget that you have four chances to win either a stamp of your choice that has been featured, or one of the brand new sets.
WooHoo!! Spring is finally starting to feel like it should and we are here hopping along trying to get you ready!
You should have arrived here form the amazing Leanne. If you are just happening upon this hop and you would like to start at the beginning, you can go here.
Just so you know, there are some wonderful prizes that you can try your hand at. You could win one each of ALL three sizes of the Moodies. Yep, that's right, that's a $50 dollar value of the latest and greatest in face stamps!! All you have to do is leave a comment on each stop along the way, and you could be a lucky winner!
***Edited*** Hopefully the picture looks somewhat better now. I figured out what is wrong with my camera, and I now need to use it on manual focus only until I either get it fixed or purchase a new camera. I will apologize ahead of time, but my camera has gone into an early retirement, so I am having to make do with a sub. As soon as I can, I will replace my photos with some better lighted…