Well I'm down to cutting the ribbon and then I can box all the cardstock up and mail it off to Linda. I'm so fast I'm smokin', well actually it's cause it is so stinkin' hot in AZ it just feels like it.
Here is a diorama that I did for Stampin' Up! Last year they asked if I would make one for a Stampin' Success article, and I said sure. Then it was funny cause my diorama was online and not actually in the Stampin' Success, the one in there was so plain compared to mine. I understood it was basically to teach the technique, and not to take hours to make it…ha!
To learn how to make these, I did a tutorial for Splitcoast Stampers, and you can see it here.
This is what I used to make the card above, please realize most of it is retired now. But always keep an eye on the clearance rack, you never know when things show up over there.
Stamp Set: A Kind Word, Owl Together Now, A Flower for all Seasons
Ink: Jetblack Stazon, Baja Breeze, Blush Blossom, Brocade Blue, Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Going Gray, Kiwi Kiss, More Mustard, Pink Pirouette, Real Red, Regal Rose, So Saffron
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Parisian Breeze Specialty DSP, Watercolor paper
Misc: Linen Thread, Aqua Painter, 1 1/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, white gel pen
Well I am going back to cutting ribbon.
Have an awesome Thursday and thanks so much for stopping in!
Terry Molineux says
OMGosh this came out gorgeous I love it…You are one amazing stamper and look forward to your presentation at convention and to see all the "stuff" you created!
Jacqui Lines says
This is one of my favourite dioramas of all time.
Kim Burmeister says
Oh, I remember this card. Loved it then and love it now!
Carey Rogers says
Cute. I remember seeing this. Just out of curiosity what are you presenting on stage at the convention? I won't pressure you too much about it. But I will get to see it up close and in person. I hope I can get close enough to say hi to you.
aka Roscoe's mommu
This is so adorable! This card Would put a smile on anybody's face when they opened it! This is my favorite! Thanks for sharing it with us again! It makes me smile now looking at it!