It’s Monday! I have a sweet card for you today using the Party Pandas Saleabration Stamp Set.
Well … What a stressful weekend it was! My Father and Sister live in Cobden Victoria and this past weekend they’ve had some serious fires around them so it was a stressful time of waiting and keeping a watch on the news.
Party Pandas Saleabration
Here’s today’s card using the Party Pandas Sale-a-bration Stamp Set …
I’ve created my background on this card using the Spritzed Marker Block Technique – it sure turns out lovely doesnt it? The ladies at my ‘Pandemonium’ class sure loved making all the sweet Panda Cards on Saturday.
The Markers I used on the background were Peekaboo Peach, So Saffron and Flirty Flamingo. I also showed them how to do the grey shading around their Panda’s using the Light Smoky Slate Stampin’ Blends marker and the Color Lifter. When you think about Panda’s they are black and white however they do have a grey tinge to the ends of their white fur. Using the Smoky Slate marker around the edges also softens the image as well as give the image dimension.
The colourful layer behind my spritzed background piece is a piece of the Picture Perfect Party Paper Stack. It was great for using with this card as it includes the colours I’ve used in the spritzed background.
With less than 2 weeks left of Sale-a-bration be sure to get your orders in to earn all the free stamps and products you’d like. There’s now even more to choose from so click below to go check out what’s on offer …
You also still have time to grab the Stampin’ Starter Kit and grab those two bonus stamp sets for free! You have till 31st March to join my Stampin’ Up! team and grab those free sets. You can pick any two current stamp sets so make sure they are they are the ones you have on your wishlist with the highest price.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a lovely Monday!
Thankfully, the fires have all been downgraded but there’s still a few around with more popping up all the time. Please pray for their safety and for the fires to be put out and for some rain there so the ash and smoke is ‘washed’ out of the air so the community can work to get back on their feet. Some have lost homes, stock and machinery so it will be a time of rebuilding for them – click here to read more about the SW Victorian Fires. I know they’d appreciate your thoughts and prayers.