Saturday, November 30, 2013

Sugar Skull Holiday Card

Here's a card using Sugar Skulls, Holiday Accessory and Banner Sayings  by Bombshell Stamps and using the Bombshell November Sketch:
 Bombshell Stamps has a Sketch Challenge and Pin-Up Challenge every month!  There is still 24 hours left to enter if you would like to link up your take, only projects using Bombshell Stamps will win the prize! 
  Bombshell Stamps November Pin-Up Challenge (click here)
Bombshell Stamps November Sketch Challenge (click here)

Bombshell Stamps - Sugar Skulls, Holiday Accessory and Banner Sayings
Sentiment Stamps - Simon Says Stamp Holiday Hello
Cardstock - Patterned Cardstock by Chic Tags; Solid Cardstock by unknown
Spectrum Noir Markers  

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your friends and families!  And Happy Hanukkah!

Have a Crafty Weekend!
- Kim

Ms. November's Pin-Up Challenge

Kas, Ms. November at Bombshell Stamps, had issued her challenge for the month and it was "Rough Chicks, Bikes and Leather". 

I made a card using the Vintage Motorcycle Set by Bombshell Stamps.

There is still 1 day left to enter the challenge!  Have you linked up your take on the Bombshell Stamps Blog?  Click here for the post on the Bombshell Blog!

Happy Saturday!!!
- Kim

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Bombshell Stamps November Hump Day Hop!

Hi All!  Welcome to the Bombshell Stamps Hump Day Hop!

You should have arrived here from Alison's blog. If you haven't, please start at the Bombshell Stamps blog so you don't miss any cool projects!   The theme for this month is Water World, as chosen by Alison.  
  The first two sets that popped into my mind when I heard this theme was Lotus Garden and Koi Tattoo.  I used these two sets to create hair sticks from chop sticks. 
  I would have taken a picture of these in my hair, but I didn't have anyone around to help me take a picture!  I can still remember the hair sticks I had in middle school, when they were super popular to wear. For those who are not into hair accessories, these can also be used as part of a floral decoration.
  I colored my stamped images in with Spectrum Noir Markers, adhered them together and covered them with Glossy Accents. (You know I love Glossy Accents!) After they dried, I adhered some felt on the back and hot glued the chop stick onto the felt backing.  

Your next stop is over to Alaine's blog to check out her gorgeous project!

 Happy Hopping!
- Kim

Bombshell Blog:
Glittery Katie:

Monday, November 4, 2013

Muse Monday

Hi Everyone!

It's the first Muse Monday in November over at Bombshell Stamps blog.  The set that is being showcased this month is Indian Princess.

I used the digi version of Indian Princess. I printed her out, colored her with Spectrum Noir markers, and cut her out. I attached her to another piece of paper and fussy cut that out too, this way she wouldn't blend in too much with the base paper.  The stamped sentiment 'always be thankful' are clear stamps by Simon Says Stamp.  The paper and bling is from Bo Bunny's Autumn Song Collection.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to head over to the Bombshell Blog today and every Monday for more inspiration from the Bombshell Girls using this set!

- Kim

Bombshell Stamps - Indian Princess
Simon Says Stamp - Be 3x4 Clear Stamp Set
Bo Bunny - Autumn Song 6x6 pad; Jewels
Spectrum Noir Markers

Friday, November 1, 2013

Happy Birthday Shannon!

Today we are hopping in honor of Shannon's birthday!  Shannon is the Queen Bombshell and owns Bombshell Stamps.  Get comfy, grab your poison of choice and come hop along with some past and present Bombshell Girls and Pin-Ups and help us celebrate!

You should have come here from the awesome and talented Kelli's blog.  If not, please start at the beginning at the Bombshell Stamps blog so you don't miss any part of the birthday celebration!!!

  For this card I used 4 Bombshell Stamp Sets: the sugar skull from Alter Skulls, feathers from Indian Princess, nautical stars from Classic Tattoo, & the Happy Birthday Banner from Banner Sayings.
  I colored the stamped images in with Spectrum Noir markers. For the background, I embossed a white piece of cardstock with a polka dot embossing folder (by Darice) in my Cuttlebug. I adhered it to a black cardstock card base and added some bling in the corners. The images are adhered to the card but the sugar skull is raised with pop dots.

Happy Birthday Shannon!  I hope you have an awesome and amazing day!

Your next stop on the hop is to over to the talented and creative Marnie's blog.

Blog Hop List:
Bombshell's Blog
Kim  - you are here!