Hopefully, you've just seen Irene's cards. If not, start at the beginning and leave comments on the designers' blogs until the end. Because, one of us has BLOG CANDY; but you don't know who! So...here are my examples...
This is one of my favorites! I stamped the window two times come create a door for the pup to sit on. The shutters became the walk way. Aren't Starving Artistamps' images so adaptable!!
To make these stainglass windows more authentic, I embossed several layers of clear embossing powder for a slick and glassy finish.
This wainscotting is awesome...and I am certain that I will be thinking up a few more ideas for it! Love the little details of the switches and outlets!
I use watercolor crayons and squished ink pad lids for my coloring needs.
Dig out that patterned paper and use with these Vintage Furniture! Doesn't that carpeting look so lifelike? Again, with the magic of a pencil and scissors, I drew out and cut out a TABLECLOTH for this end table. Remember...TRADING SPACES...you gotta mix it up!
Now, just remember, pop up cards are hard to photograph. Esp. late at night after a really bizzaro day! (Hope to reshoot it in daylight.) But this is the front for the following pop up card.
Shazzam...a PUNNY computer generated sentiment to congratulate the receipient. Though, I now need to find out if there is a Congratulations stamp in the Doodlefactory Line and then I need to add it to my next order!
Okay, this is also in my top three of favorites...A CHRISTMAS CARD...using the new stamps. You can snuggle up with your sweetie as your wait for Midnight and Santa!
(Mistletoe...sidewise as Blogger loves to bug me out. Just neck exercises to help you get through the blog hop!)
I'm sure you'll find tons of neat ideas and inspiration along the way!