Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Let's Get Inky (Again)



Well it's Wednesday again and Blogger is playing tricks on me (it has to be Blogger, right, cuz I really did do the post).  I had this post all ready to go live at 6 am EST and when I checked to link up at 6 am HST it was nowhere to be found...so this will be short and sweet.

So, as you probably know, Mandy wants us to get out those ink pads an use them for something other that just stamping a sentiment (which is what I usually do).  Here's my card -


I had fun using an older Stampin' Up set to create the little rainbow for this sweet Reverse Confetti Unicorn.  The sentiment makes me smile and is from Concord and 9th, Planner Peepers.  That gloppy looking stuff on his mane and horn is clear Atyou Spica.  IRL it's all nice and sparkly.  

I hope you'll find time to play along with us at Little Red Wagon, I'm sure you have some stamp pads in there that are longing to be used.  I can't wait to see what the Girlfriends have do with this challenge, be sure to stop by their blogs for lots of inspiration.

Thanks for dropping in.

Aloha,
Brenda

PS - All these stamp sets were in my labels...I wonder what the heck happened to the post???


6 comments:

  1. This is so sweet! I love the look of the brushed rainbow - and what a bonus that you could use a stamp to create it!

    Sorry you lost your post! Your card was worth the wait!

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  2. Oh so pretty and cute, Brenda! I love the soft colours!

    love Mags B x

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  3. So sweet! I love the design and your sparkly unicorn.

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  4. So sweet. I like how you made the rainbow. I think your original post is with mine that was supposed to go live Friday but disappeared from my page too. Have to redo it but can't find the pictures :( Hugs, my friend.

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  5. This is such a sweet card Brenda!... I might be CASing this one! :)

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  6. Love the stamp you used for the background - that looks awesome! That little unicorn is pretty darn cute too!

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