Know what I love?

12/31/19 DT Favorite at A Perfect Time To Craft Open Challenge!

Hi everyone! Happy December 1st! Yay… one of my favorite months of the year! Love December – the sites, the sounds and the smells! Our new challenge is live over at Mix It Up Challenge Blog and I’m stoked to share my DT inspiration project for MIUCB #32 – Anything Goes + Veggie Stamping! Yep, you read that right… let your creativity soar with carrots, green beans, dried beans, lettuce, celery, etc.! I used celery! ;)

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I created roses with the celery. It’s a good thing I had two celery ends, lol! I initially tried acrylic paint but it didn’t work too well so I used the second celery end on ink pads, and that was definitely the ticket – they turned out pretty good! I stamped and watercolored some leaves on each of the roses.

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While I had the acrylic paint out, I ‘stamped’ the bottom panel with bubble wrap. After adding the rose panel, I added green glitter and green stripe Washi Tape at the seam, and stamped the sentiment across the bottom.

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I embellished the inside panel with a leftover piece of the celery-stamped rose panel and some of the Washi Tape, and then stamped the simpel sentiment.

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Here’s one more peek… I absolutely LOVE how this turned out! This was definitely a fun challenge!

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Proud to enter this fun veggie-stamped card into the following challenges:
A Bit More Time To Craft Challenge: #105 – Anything Goes
A Perfect Time To Craft Open Challenge Blog: #12 – Anything Goes
Addicted To Stamps Challenge: #179 – Anything Goes
Arty Divas: #9 – Anything Goes
Classic Design Team Challenge Blog: #12 – Anything Goes
Crafty Cardmakers: #246 – No Patterned Paper
Crafty Friends: #124 – Anything Goes
Through The Craft Room Door: Anything Goes Week of 11/26/19
Word Art Wednesday: Weeks #414/415 – Anything Goes
Your Scrapbook Place: December Anything Goes

Products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Stampin’ up thick and regular Very Vanilla and Berry Burst cardstock
Stamps: Stampin’ Up What I Love stamp set
Ink: Stampin’ Up Berry Burst, Sugarplum and Garden Green ink; Ranger botanical alcohol ink, Studio yellow pastel acrylic paint
Accessories:  MISTI stamp tool, bubble wrap, Kuretake water brush, Peachy Cheap green glitter Washi Tape, Me & MY Big Ideas green and white striped Washi Tape

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project and will link up an ‘anything goes’ project with us this month! Why not go one step further and play the twist with us… stamping with a veggie! We’d LOVE to see what you create! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you again soon! ;)

Scrappy hugs,
lesliesig

11 thoughts on “Know what I love?

  1. Shell B.

    Simply Beautiful card, fabulous stamping with the unique items.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Your Scrapbook Place Challenge, Hope to see you again next challenge!
    Shell *DT

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  2. Beautiful creation and such a creative idea to use celery of all things ;o)))) Thank you for joining our “No patterned paper” challenge at the Crafty Cardmakers! Have a lovely week and happy crafting, Maike

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  3. You always enter our challenge over at Classic DT open challenge so just letting you know I have had to a new challenge blog as our old one was Hacked and dissapear so here is the new challenge blog called Classic Design challenge Thank you for sharing with us over here today at the Classic Open Design Team Challenge and best of luck with your entry.
    Michelle DT Owner/Admin for https://classicdesignchallenge.blogspot.com/

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  4. Michelle Windsor

    Hi Leslie
    You always enter our challenge over at Classic DT open challenge so just letting you know I have had to a new challenge blog as our old one was Hacked and dissapear so here is the new challenge blog called Classic Design challenge Thank you for sharing with us over here today at the Classic Open Design Team Challenge and best of luck with your entry.
    Michelle DT Owner/Admin for https://classicdesignchallenge.blogspot.com/

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