Welcome to day four of our CHA Winter DT Blog Hop to preview our Spring/Summer stamps. Come by every day this week and check out all the wonderful design team projects.
When I first saw the egg carton I knew I wanted to fill it with eggs. I stamped the carton with pumice stone, embossed it with clear embossing powder and cut it out. I stamped the egg trio two times and cut them all out. Using my craft knife I cut slits for the eggs, turned them over to show the white side and inserted in them in the slits. I secured them from the back with glue dots.
I love the rooster image only I think it looks more like a chicken. LOL! I stamped it with black versafine, embossed with clear embossing powder and cut out. I colored in the detail of the chicken areas using distress markers. I thought she would look cute wearing an apron so I hand cut one and used the border duo 2 scalloped die to cut the little white trim. The farm fresh sentiment was stamped with black versafine, embossed with clear embossing powder and cut out with deckle scissors for a country feel.
I cut a single mat frame using a rectangle die, cut a deckled edge around the outer edge, attached the fence border to the back of it and mounted it over the card base with mounting tape. I popped the chicken, egg carton and sentiment up using mounting tape.
- Dina Kowal
- Jeanne Streiff
- Jenny Gropp
- Julie Koerber
- Kittie Caracciolo (you are here)
- Laura Fulcher
- Vicki Garrett
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the blog hop and I hope we see you tomorrow.
Stamps: Ruffled Rooster, Vintage Egg Carton, Vintage Egg Trio (for shape only), Farm Fresh Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Distress Ink Pumice Stone, Distress Markers Fired Brick, Rusty Hinge, Accessories: Fence Border, Border Duo 2 , Spellbinders Classic Rectangles, Clear Embossing Powder, Mounting Tape, Glossy Accents, Stylus, Mat, Metal Adapter Plate, Teflon Bone Folder, Deckle Scissors, Craft Knife, Snips, Satin, Unknown Designer Paper,