Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Try Stampin on Tuesday #164

Hello to all my blogging friends, I hope this post finds you all well and happy.

Try stamping on Tuesday has the Sweetest Sketch Challenge for us this week.
TST #164 Here is their link http://www.trystampinontuesday.blogspot.com/

and here is their sketch.

This is what I came up with.

I found an old Sizzlits Film Strip Die I had in my stash. (I didn't even know I had it!) Do you have goodies like that hanging around your stash too?

This was a fun sketch trying to figure out what three sweet things to put in that space?? When I found this strip I thought why not pretend I was taking pictures  of a Lolly Pop Tree at various stages of blooming. Each frame building on the next. I used the background paper to look like Gumballs...Well that was my idea anyhow lol. The two rows of Rhinestones really jazz up this film strip they remind me of the little candy dots that came on a sheet of paper. Do remember those? This turned out to be quite a Yummy card considering I do not have any Sweet Treat Stamp Sets. For this challenge I was only able to use my sweet imagination.

Here is a look at the inside.

These are the supplies I used to create this card

Card Stock
Whisper White,Calypso Coral, Basic Grey and Smoky Slate.
Designer Series Paper (DSP)
Water Color Wonder.
Stamp Set
Field Flowers and My Friend.
Word Window.
Smoky Slate
Rhinestones, Organza Ribbon and Sizzlit Die- Film strip.

That's it for this card. I hope my card and the sweet sketch inspires you enough to give it a try.

Chat Soon,


Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Great card, I just love the stamp set

Thank you for sharing with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx

Nancy Seed said...

Very cute and hopefully we will start to see more of those flowers sprouting soon! Thanks for sharing and joining us at TSOT.

stampwithamyk said...

Cute card! Love the filmstrip idea. Thanks for joining us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday. Hope to see you again soon!

Kathy S said...

Love the background circles in your design and the way the flower is "growing" in the pictures moving to the right. Thanks for joining us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday! Kathy DT