Wednesday, December 26, 2018

SSS Wednesday Ch506 Anything Goes: Stampendous

Hi Everyone!

I am here to introduce a new challenge at the fantastic Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

This week's challenge is called: Anything Goes
The team is showcasing products from:  Stampendous

And this is my take:

SSS Card Kit

SSS Black ink for use with markers
Copic Markers
Ranger's Distress ink
Neenah Solar White cardstock (for the stamped and colored images)
Simon Says Stamp Ultra Thick Cardstock
 (120 lb) (cardbase and die cuts)
Jet Black Archival ink (for watercoloring)
Scotch foam adhesive
Tombow Tape dispenser
Glue Dots

Hope you feel inspired to join us this week! By playing along with the Challenge you have the chance to win 50 usd to spend in the Simon Says Stamp Store - YIPPIE!!!!

Hope to see you there!

You have until next Wednesday at  8am Ohio time. 1pm UK time, 2 pm CET to join in!

I also share my cards and watercolors here:  My Instagram 


Have a great day, hugs, Karin 


Lisa Elton said...

What a delightful card, it's bright and happy!

Susie said...

My favorite of all the Wednesday Challenge samples. A wonderful "happy all over" look to this cute Happy Birthday card using Stampendous Stamps.

Cardsbymaaike said...

fabulous card and good for everyone, young old male female i think said...

Love the texture of the embossing and the cute scallop edge of the card itself!! Really pretty soft coloring!

ankitag612 said...

The scalloped edges, the coloring, the embossing.. everything about this card screams perfection! Love the colors you chose for this card. Have a great New Year! xx Ankita

creatingincolors said...

I love how you colored the image, and your background design with the white shapes and textures is perfect! Great card!

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeoua card Karin :-) the image is so fun! I love this, and the embossed background and scalloped edges all look so fabulous together!! :-)

Hope you had a lovely Christmas :-)
Lols x x x

Nora Noll said...

This is so pretty!! I LOVE the colors against that fun embossed background.

Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan said...

Soon after Christmas, Japanese people start preparing for the year-end and New Year’s events.
Compared to Christmas, many of these events are based on Japanese tradition and are deeply related to religion.
The end-of-year party is called “bonenkai” in Japanese. “Bonen” means to forget (the worries of) the past year.
People are busy with events on New Year’s Eve.

Marge said...

Fabulous colors and design, Karin !
This card just has lots of inspiration. Thanks for sharing .
Hope you had a wonderful holiday .
Happy New Year !


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