Sunday, November 1, 2015

FS456 Birthday Tulips

Today I have two things to share a Featured Stamper card and some excited news! Korin at Sweet n Sassy Stamps asked me to be a Guest Designer for Nov and Dec. I said YES! I am super excited and honored to be a GDT. SNSS 8th birthday is coming and ee have some excited things coming so look out!  :-)  AND we are starting a little early with this special: We are so excited about our birthday this month that we are sharing a little birthday surprise a couple days early...
With  every purchase of $25 or more today through Thursday, November 5th, a  free
surprise gift will be included with your order! No coupon code needed!
The bigger your  order, the  bigger the gift! Gifts will range in value from $2-$20...just one way we are saying "THANKS" to our  amazing customers for helping us make it this far. We truly appreciate you!
Be sure to keep checking the SNSS blog each day this month for more excitement, birthday celebration and more.... Now for my creation.

This weeks Featured Stamper 456 is Kim aka kimjolley. Beautiful gallery of creations. I choose this Postmark Tulips creation to case. No I did no watercolor, just look at her card. gasp!! I kept with tulips, over all layout and design. Changed the sentiment, used Copics and scored the border. Enjoy your week Kim. 
I stamped Spring Tulips onto white card stock. Layered onto some black then red card stock. Colored my tulips with Copic markers and added some sparkles in red to the blooms. My sentiment is from Happy Birthday stamp set and voila!


CherylQuilts said...

Congratulations, Stacy, for being a Guest Designer for SNSS for November and December. They are blessed to have you, and I just love their stamps, Korin, and the whole team! You will do them proud and glorify God in your work! And what a beautiful CASE of Kim's card. What a great FS this week, and she has a gorgeous gallery! Hugs, and enjoy the GD time!

Leslie Miller said...

Well, congrats and have fun with it, Stacy! You've made a beautiful card here. I so love how clean and simple it is with just those pretty tulips and a sentiment.