Sunday, February 5, 2017

Stamp Review Crew - Sunshine Sayings

 Hello, and welcome to another Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop.  This week we are featuring the stamp set Sunshine Sayings.  

This set happens to be one of my favorite sets.  The whimsical flower and sayings just bring a smile to my face.  This set also has a framelit set that goes with it too.  If you ever want to go back and see all the fun things that we have made from this set you can click on this permalink and it will take you to the Stamp Review permalink that showcases all of them.  If you are following the hop in order then you have just arrived from Jessica Williams Blog showcasing her creations using this set.  Now it's time for me to show you what I have come up with.
For my first project I chose to pair the Hello and Sunshine word stamps with the starburst stamp from Kinda Electric.  I also used the smudge stamp to add some clouds.  Colors I used were Pool Party, Crushed Curry and Whisper White.
Trying to think outside the box, I came up with this fun little girl card.  Using the flower stamp I stamped 7 in Crushed Curry, cut them out and using glue dots adhered them to a Blushing Bride card.  Using the stem and leaf stamp and Archival Black stamped a mouth and little nose.  I used the 3/4" Circle punch and the owl punch with Whisper White and Basic Black cardstock to make her eyes using our White Chalk pen to add highlights to her eyes.  I then cut the bottom corners of the card to make the card look more like a face.  Adding a couple of silver bows to her hair I thought made her complete.  Thank you so much for stopping by.  Now it's time to hop on over to Betty Traciak's Blog and see what crafting things she has come up with using this set.




Blog Roll Call:
  1. Holly Krautkremer   rubberredneck.typepad.com
  2. Dawn Tidd   tiddbitsfromdawn.typepad.com
  3. Nikki Spencer   nikkispencer-mysandbox.blogspot.com
  4. Kelly Kent   mypapercraftjourney.com
  5. Bruno Bertucci   stampinbruno.blogspot.com
  6. Debra Burgin  heartfeltinkspiration.com
  7. Tanya Boser   tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com
  8. Valerie Moody   stampingwithval.com
  9. Linda Callahan  stampinseasons.blogspot.com
  10. Martha Inchley   inchofcreativity.com
  11. Sue Plote   thispinkrooster.blogspot.com
  12. Rochelle Blok   rochelleblok.blogspot.com
  13. Jessica Williams   thepapercaper.com.au
  14. Twila Davis   stampalittlelonger.blogspot.com
  15. Betty Traciak   kittystamp.blogspot.com
  16. Charlet Mallett  painted-orange.com/charletswebsite
  17. Mike Funke  stampin-style.typepad.com
  18. Heidi Baks   runningwscissorsstamper.blogspot.com
  19. Mickey Roberts  paperconversation.com

14 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

Very clever! Cute cards!

Dawn Tidd said...

Adorable cards! That girl is so cute and you really did a good job thinking outside of the box!

Sharon H. said...

Fun card! Cute interpretation.

Kelly Kent said...

So creative Twila! The girl card is fabulous! Kelly x

Nikki Spencer said...

How fun is that hairdo! Great way to showcase this set Twila! xx

Mickey Roberts said...

Love that crazy hair, Twila! Really liked the idea of using the smudge for clouds, too. Great ideas!

Carol Carriveau said...

The sunshine card makes me very happy and the little girl with the Curley flower hair, truly out of the box and fabulous idea!

WebDeb said...

Oh, that girl! That's a lot of curl!

Rochelle Blok said...

Two fabulous creations, Twila! A fantastic use of the is set. Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

Heidi Baks said...

Great use of combining sets, and your girl card is so cute!

Betty said...

Super fun cards Twila! Great idea for smudgy clouds and the little girl is adorable!

Mike said...

Love the design in your “Hello Sunshine” card! Simple and dramatic!

Charlet Mallett said...

How fun and cleaver! It's always so great to see such great alternate ways to use the traditional images.

Holly/Rubberredneck said...

Your so creative! That little girl is super cute and really thinking outside of the box!! Love the idea of using the smudges for clouds. Great projects!