Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Two Different Cards Using Same Stamp

The Twofer Card Challenge asks its participants to make 2 different occasion cards using the exact same stamp or die. I thought that sounded like an interesting challenge so I gave it a try. The blue card I posted separately just now (previous post) and now I'll post both cards together.

 The stamp I used for both cards is a Tim Holtz stamp from the "Components Collection - Tattered Sparrow". The list of items used for the blue card is in my previous post. The other items used on the green card: FSJ ink - "Coffee Bean" & "Green Olive", A Stamp in the Hand stamp - "Get Well", a Gina Marie die - "Fern", I Am Roses pink paper flowers, and Basic Grey cardstock "Offbeat".


Challenges I'm entering:
http://letscreatechallenges.blogspot.com - #135 March (opt: Easter)

6 comments:

Darnell said...

You have really showcased that Tattered Sparrow image so well, Sandie! I love the backgrounds you have used (I have some of that fun checkerboard blue in my stash!) and the way you have designed your sentiment banners! The flower embellies are great! Thank you so much for playing along in Twofer Card Challenge #3! Hugs, Darnell

Anne Wilding said...

Your colour matching and design choices are admirable Sandie. Both cards just so beautifully done! Thanks for joining us at LCC. Anne @ Let’s Craft and Create DT

Cheryl W said...

I just want to add to my teammate Anne's remarks. Your card is beautiful, and we're so glad you joined us for our latest challenge at Let's Craft and Create. Cheryl, DT

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a gorgeous stamp and I love the way you used it on two very different card designs. Both are amazingly lovely. Thanks for joining in on the Twofer Challenge #3.

Happy Dance said...

Beautiful cards, Sandie. Those papers really highlight the stamps you've used from them. Such pretty colors and frames, too. Thank you for joining us at The Twofer Challenge. Bev

Tammy Dale said...

Two very beautiful cards - love the colours and composition. Well done Thanks for joining Let's Craft and Create. Tammy DT