JUST ADD 'S'
That's right, we want you to create a project with something related to the letter 'S'. It could be a stencil, a stamp or starfish patterned paper....basically its all up to you!!
I still seem to be on a roll from the challenge two weeks ago where you had to use 'stripes'. I used a new die to create a striped background for that challenge in black and white. But when I first saw this die, this is what I had in mind:
So you could say I added 'stripes' but you could also say I added 'strips' to create my background. As you can imagine this took quite a while to die-cut and put together but I forget all that whenever I look at it!
I grabbed my box of paint chips and selected a rainbow of pastel colours. The dies I used are by Waffle Flower 'Sentiment Dies'. They were created to be used with some of their sentiments which are in a straight line. I thought they were a godsend as I had been cutting these little strips for ages myself and could never get them straight!
There are four different die lengths in the set, so I used washi tape to group them all together and cut them all at once from each colour. Then came the fun task of working out the pattern and then adhering them all to the card front. I was watching a really good tv programme at the time, so it didn't feel like it took too long...
Once finished I used a circle die (from Waffle Flower 'Flower Circles' Die set) on a piece of white CS and stamped the sentiment (Waffle Flower 'Congrats') in black. I also die-cut the 'yippee' (from Waffle Flower) 3x from black CS, glued them all together and then to the circle. I popped the circle up on foam tape, added Glossy Accents to the 'yippee' and some black pearls from Papervine.
I'm going to link this to the Virginia's View Challenge # 22 where the theme is:
You have until Wednesday July 6th to link your projects to the Just Add Ink challenge and if you need any 'S' inspiration, pop over to the blog to see what the rest of the Design Team have created for you. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!