Wednesday, March 25, 2015

SSS Wednesday Challenge Blog- Guest Designer (Week 4)

It's the last Wednesday of the month and that means it's my last guest spot over on the Simon Says Stamp's Wednesday Challenge Blog. Sniff...Sniff. I'm sure going to miss it. It's been so much fun.

The challenge for this week is "Anything Goes" featuring Spectrum Noir products. I decided to make two different cards with the same design, just mixing up the color scheme...



I cut THIS die out of THIS and THIS cardstock and heat embossed the greetings from THIS set using white embossing powder. I colored some white string a coordinating color with my Spectrum Noir Markers and tied it around each balloon. I attached the pieces to a panel cut from THIS cardstock as well as a border strip along the bottom of the card.

Here's a closer look at the stars...


To create these, I used THIS die and cut out the star images out of white fun foam. I suggest purchasing white because you can transform the color by using markers. I used my Spectrum Noir Markers to color the stars and adhered them to the card panel using some of THIS adhesive. I covered them with Glossy Accents, which gives them a unique look. 

NOTE: I didn't have any trouble with my Spectrum Noir Markers after coloring the fun foam. However, if you are unsure about possibly damaging your markers, I would encourage you to try some inexpensive permanent markers. Oh, and Crayola Markers do not work for this technique because it smears.

LINKS TO PRODUCTS I USED:

Spectrum Noir Markers: HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE
SSS Balloon Dies: HERE
SSS Big Birthday Wishes Stamp Set: HERE
White Embossing Powder: HERE
White Fun Foam: HERE
SSS Mini Star Die: HERE
SSS Doll Pink Cardstock: HERE
SSS Smoke Cardstock: HERE
SSS Slate Cardstock: HERE
Glossy Accents: HERE

Make sure you go and enter your project HERE. You could win...


Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day! 

14 comments:

  1. I absolutely LOVE these cards! SUCH an awesome design and great colors on both!

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  2. Hey Heather - hope you've had fun with us on the Wednesday Challenge - it was great having you join us. I LOVE the mix of brights and neutrals in your cards this week - so fun!
    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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  3. Gorgeous cards Heather ! I LOVE the whole design of these and how you used the fun foam ! I had LOADS of it and gave it away thinking I would never use it, I am so kicking myself right now !!!

    It has been a real pleasure having you along with us and I have learned quite a few new tips from you so a HUGE thank you !! :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  4. Fabulous cards Heather! So striking, I love those cute little stars.
    Thanks so much for being our guest designer this month, it's been great to have you with us
    hugs
    Mandy xx

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  5. these are sooooo fun! i love the bold and graphicness of them :) great color palette too :)

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  6. LOVE your two cards with one design, Heather!! Both are so awesome! You rock this guest design totally! Thank you for sharing your talent with us!

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  7. Fabulous cards Heather!! Such wonderful designs! SO pretty!!

    We are so happy that you were with us all month!! :)

    hugs...

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  8. Such bright happy cards, Heather! We've really enjoyed having you this month!

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  9. Hi Heather,

    What a gorgeous collection of cards, I love the bright and happy colors and sentiments you used :)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  10. Gorgeous cards Heather, a fabulous designs and I love your colouring of the foam images!!

    hugs
    Heather xx

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  11. Beautiful cards, Heather!!! I just ordered this stamp set!! Thanks for sharing! Great inspiration!

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  12. Fabulous cards Heather, it works well for both gender type cards.
    luv
    Debby

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  13. Wonderful cards, can be used for anyone. Great job!

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  14. Love the bright pink card.. And another tech I will use fun foam for embellishments genius to color for your own scheme!

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