16 June 2012


If you stopped by last night, you saw that I hosted a challenge over at Splitcoast Stampers' Virtual Stamping Night.  I couldn't resist playing along with a few more challenges today since the theme is 'Journeys'.  This lends itself to all sort of travel-ish challenges and you know how much I love travel stuff!

This first one is for the Luggage/Bags challenge.  Couldn't resist inking up the luggage from Get Outta Town from Paper Smooches (inking it up for the first time, I might add).  It lends itself so well to paper piecing!  For the coconut drink, I used my Copic blender pen to make the 'texture' of a coconut.  The sketch is very loosely based on this one. I just couldn't get the image and sentiment to work with a square so made it into a rectangle.

This one is for the Landmarks/Scene challenge.  I just got these Studio Calico Veneers and the Hit the Road design card for my Slice so couldn't resist using them!

I hope you have time to play along with the challenges.  The challenges have to be completed in 45 minutes but you have until Monday night to upload them.  All the details are here.

Thanks for stopping by.  I always appreciate it.  Hope you are having a great weekend.

Card details:
Happy Hour - 4.25"x5.5"
Stamps: Paper Smooches Get Outta Town
Paper: white card stock, MME Be Amazing
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: A Muse pearls, Copic markers

Miss you - 4.25"x5.5"
Stamps: Paper Smooches Sentiment Sampler
Paper: Jillibean Soup (Neopolitan Soup - green), MME Bright Side (yellow & orange), white card stock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, SU! Real Red, Hero Arts Cerulean Blue
Accessories: Slice Elite & Hit the Road Design Card, Studio Calico Veneers, A Muse ribbon


  1. Both of these are so cute, Glenda! I love the papers on the first one and the authenticity of the coconut. Those buildings and wood veneers on the second are awesome!

  2. Awesome cards, Glenda! Love all the fun patterned paper on both of them!

  3. These are SO fun, Glenda! Your buildings ROCK!

  4. you have such a fabby style... i really adore your building cards.

  5. These are fabulous! Love the texture on your coconut and the cityscape is swoon worthy!


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