Thursday, May 30, 2013

Purple Hold Fast! Anchor Tag


For this tag I used Ahoy Sailor stamp set by Bombshell Stamps, Spectrum Noir markers, Distress Ink and purple star charms, brads, ric rac and a skull & crossbone cameo I had in my stash.

I am linking up to:



Hope you all have a wonderful day!
- Kim

Purple Sugar Skulls

Hi Everyone!

For this project I used the Sugar Skulls stamp set by Bombshell Stamps, Spectrum Noir markers, and paper/elements from the 13th Hour by KaiserCraft.

 
 

 I am linking up to:
 
- Kim

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

It's Tiki Time!

Happy Hump Day!  Welcome to the Bombshell Stamps Blog Hop!

You should have arrived here from Glittery Katie's blog, if not please start at the Bombshell Stamps blog so you don't miss anything!

As you may know from hopping this month's hop by now, the theme for this blog hop is banners.  I made a tiki banner using my favorite little tiki dudes!  Please pardon my pictures, a rainy day and then night time did not do this banner well. 
 
Below are some close-ups.  Photographing this banner was quite challenging!
 
 
This Tiki dude was colored with Spectrum Noir markers TN8, TN7, and TN2.  I also broke apart a Hawaiian lei (from the dollar store), sewed two of the layers together and then used the Epiphany Crafts Circle tool to create an epoxy circle for the middle of the flower with the Cocktails, Music and Fun stamps.
 
 
The Tiki Letters were made from the Tiki bamboo stick stamp from the Tiki Party stamp set and colored in with GB10, OR1, and GB5. 

 
Have I mentioned I *love* these Tiki guys?!  They are so cute and fun to color.  They are from the Tiki Party Stamp Set.   The above was colored with EB5, GB10, and GB5.


The hibiscus flowers are from the Hula Girl Stamp Set and then colored also with Spectrum Noirs. The green paper is fabric backed banana leaf paper found at A Cherry On Top.

 
I also used a Cuttlebug embossing folder to add some more texture into the banner. 


Now I'm off to find myself a nice frosty drink and your next stop on the hop is over to Michelle's blog to see her fabulous project!

Thank you for hopping with us!
- Kim

Hop List:
Bombshell Blog: http://bombshellstamps.blogspot.com/
Alison: http://alisonsrandomthoughts.blogspot.com/
Jodi: http://www.elamdesign33.blogspot.com/
Marnie: http://www.papertivity.blogspot.com
Glittery Katie: http://ferrishyn-frontier.blogspot.com
Kim: http://www.craftypinkanchor.blogspot.com  --- you are here!
Michelle: http://twisted-chick.blogspot.com/
Alaine: http://missalaineousmosaics.blogspot.com/
Monika: http://paperchrome.blogspot.com/
Teresa: http://www.thetamarisk.blogspot.com
Sharon: http://sharonshowcase.blogspot.com/
Kelli: http://www.cajunstampingqueen.blogspot.com
Kathi: http://kathstales.blogspot.com

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Ahoy Sailor Card

Hello!  I wanted to share the card I made for Bombshell Stamps Muse Monday last week.   Tomorrow is the last Muse Monday for May, so make sure to check out the Bombshell Stamps Blog to see the week 4 projects for the Ahoy Sailor stamp set.  This stamp set is on sale this month at Bombshell Stamps.


I used the Ahoy Sailor Stamp Set, Copic Markers and cardstock by We R Memory Keepers (Down the Boardwalk Collection).

Also, there is still 5 more days to play along with the Bombshell Stamps May Challenges!  Play along and link up your projects for your chance to win a Bombshell Stamp set!  Ms. May's challenge is here and the Sketch Challenge is here

I hope you are all having a great weekend!
- Kim

Monday, May 13, 2013

Hold Fast

It's Muse Monday at the Bombshell Stamps Blog and the Ahoy Sailor stamp set is being showcased all this month!  Check the Bombshell Blog every Monday for inspiration.


Supplies:
Bombshell Stamps - Ahoy Sailor
Ink - Tsukineko Memento and Copic Markers
Glossy Accents on top of the stamped images
Burlap
Embossing Folder - Stars from Skyward Set by ProvoCraft

Have a great day!
- Kim

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Happy Cinco De Mayo!

  The Bombshell Stamps May Sketch is up!  Play along with us this month using your Bombshell Stamps and link up to the inlinkz at the bottom of the Bombshell blog for a chance to win a stamp set.  If you make it a Cinco De Mayo related card you get an extra chance to win! 

  Here's the sketch for May:
  I flipped the sketch and made a Fiesta card using Bombshell Angel, Calaveras Fiesta, and the Bombshell Clothing Die Cut Collection.
  Bombshell Angel and the margarita and sombrero (from Calaveras Fiesta) were colored with Prisma colored pencils and fussy cut out.  The dress and shawl from the Bombshell Clothing Die Cut Collection were cut out with SCAL3 and my Silhouette Cameo.  I added the red and green stripes onto the clothing with Copic markers. The 'fiesta pennants' are by Sweet Afton and 'fiesta word art' is by Samantha Walker from the Silhouette online store which I cut out in white cardstock with my Cameo.  The pennants, fiesta, and the rectangle cardstock were colored with Colorbox Fiesta Cat's Eye Queue by Clearsnap.  I also added a lot of pop dots for dimension.
  Thanks for checking out my fiesta card!  Don't forget to link up yours at the Bombshell Stamps blog!
 
  Have a Happy Cinco De Mayo!
  - Kim
 
Supplies:
-Stamps:  Bombshell Angel, Calaveras Fiesta by Bombshell Stamps
-E-Cutter: Silhouette Cameo
-SVG's/scut/Studio Files: Bombshell Clothing Die Cut Collection by Bombshell Stamps, 'fiesta pennants' by Sweet Afton and 'fiesta word art' by Samantha Walker both available from the Silhouette online store
-Programs: SCAL3 and Silhouette Studio
-Ink/Pencils/Markers: Colorbox Fiesta Cat's Eye Queue by Clearsnap, Prisma Colored Pencils, Copic Ciao Markers

Friday, May 3, 2013

Happy May!

Hi All!

It's the beginning of May, so that means it's time for some new challenges at Bombshell Stamps.  The May Pin-Up Challenge has been posted at the Bombshell Stamps Blog.  Ms. May challenged us to a really cool challenge, pretty much a double challenge! It's a color and a texture challenge.  The colors are grey and jade, gold, silver white.  The textures are dry embossing, ribbons, glitters, etc. 

Here's my card for the challenge:

I used the Lucky Bride Stamp Set because I thought the colors would make a really great invitation/card for a bride that doesn't like pink.  (Yes, I realize everyone doesn't like pink as much as I do.) 

So come play along with us at the Bombshell Stamps Blog for your chance to win a Bombshell Stamp Set!  All you have to do is use your Bombshell Stamps, create a project using Ms. May's Challenge and link it up to the inlinkz button at the bottom of the Ms. May Challenge Blog Post.

Have a great day!
- Kim