Friday, November 14, 2008

VSN starts tonight!

Looking for something to do this weekend?

Starting tonight VSN (Virtual Stamping Night) is back in action here on Split Coast Stampers! The theme is Come to the Cabaret and if you stop by you will find lots of fun, challenges and of course laughs! There is a great group of people who participate in this event and newbies are ALWAYS welcome! Here is a sneak peek at my challenge which is LIVE at 7pm...

Are you ready to ROCK???

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Here are some more things I made for the VSN Mini a few weeks ago...

This is for Michelle's challenge to "frame your star"...

This is for Kelly's challenge to be inspired by costumes from the movie Moulin Rouge...

This is for Vicki's challenge to be inspired by 1920's flappers and fashion...

I am having so much fun with the theme of this VSN! Hope you can join us for the main event November 14-15 here on SCS....Thanks for stopping by!

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Here is an awesome contest going on from Suzanne at Scrapbitz...

Scrapbitz Contest

I'll be back with more of my VSN Mini creations...

after this brief intermission...

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Here are some challenges from last week...

Ways to Use it- Thursday
Use cracked glass or crackle paint effect
recipe: stamps- SU Provencal, PTI First Fruits
paper- kraft, tangerine tango, ruby red, vv
ink- creamy caramel, memento brown, black, copics
UTEE, versamark, ribbon, nesties

Sketch challenge 200- Wednesday
Color challenge- Tuesday  pixie pink, kiwi kiss, tangerine tango
Recipe: stamps- Unity stamps Stir it up
paper- tangerine tango, pixie pink, kiwi kiss (old olive)
ink- memento black, copics
ribbon, MS border punch, CB textile emb folder

Limited Supplies- Friday Use a stamp in a non-traditional way
recipe: stamps- SU Office Accoutrement (the flower for the turkeys feathers)
paper- pumpkin pie, old olive, ruby red, kraft, close to cocoa
ink- pumpkin pie, ruby red, old olive
ribbon, black pen

PS I did get out to vote today, took my 5 y/o with me. She was fascinated. It felt good to show her how important it is and how much it means to us as women. God Bless America...