Birthday Blog Bash Week 4

stpdottydaisyIts the last week of our big Paper Garden Projects Birthday celebration.  But we still have one more blog challenge!

For this week’s challenge – how about a little background stamping? 

Some part of your project (card, scrapbook page or any other project) needs to have some stamped background.

 For this week’s prize:

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The prize contains:

  • Impression Obsession Family Sentiments Clear stamp set
  • Delicate Patterns Clear stamp set
  • Self adhesive flower rhinestones
  • 8 – 6″x6″ pieces of Fancy Pants double sided patterned paper
  • 6 – 8.5″ x 11″ sheets of coordinating Bazzill cardstock
  • 2 Colorbox cats eye chalk inkpads
  • 2 lengths of coordinating Ribbon
  • Making Memories pastel mini brads
  • 2 clear card boxes

So what do you need to do to enter?

Just leave a comment on this blog post with a link to your creation. 

I will draw a random winner for the challenge from all the comments.   The winners for all the Birthday Blog Bash challenges will be drawn on the 31st of the month, so you have till the 30th to get your entry in for this challenge.   Please enter each challenge only once.  

You only have a week to enter this challenge!

Want extra credit?

If you share your challenge creation on your blog with a link back to the contest, I’ll put your name in the random drawing twice to double your chances.  

 For the Birthday Sale in the Paper Garden Projects Store this week: 

About my cards:

stpdottydaisy2I used a Stampendous clear set called Dotty Daisy on my cards.  I love the background stamp that comes in this set.  Because its clear its so easy to place.

I stamped on Prism paper (medium and light suede and Frosted Teal) with Memento Rich Cocoa ink.

For the first card, I used the Spellbinders Ribbon Slide die and inked it before I cut and embossed to get the dark brown boarder. 

The scalloped edges were made with the Threading Water Border Punch.  I ran the teal strip through a Swiss Dots embossing folder.

I stamped a few of the flowers in the set on teal and cut out around them to make a corner accent.  I added bronze rhinestones to the centers.

stpdottydaisy3For the second card, I used the same papers and inks.  I stamped one of the larger flowers and cut and matted it with spellbinders circle and scalloped circle dies.

It has been such a fun month and I’ve really enjoyed seeing every one’s creations and visiting some new blogs. 

I hope you decide to play along with this challenge too!

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33 thoughts on “Birthday Blog Bash Week 4

  1. JP

    Wow I am so pleased with myself. It might be nearly three in the morning but I aced all 4 of your birthday challenges.

    How is that for celebrating BIG time?

    Happy many more birthdays Paper Garden

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