Sunday, 4 August 2019

Simon Says Stamp - Monday Challenge - Entry #2

Its an absolutely gorgeous Sunday morning here. Sun is shining, hardly any wind and the kids want to walk down to check out the new park, so I'm extremely happy. Will also stop and play basketball with Max so he's ready for his game tomorrow after school.

The current Simon Says Stamp - Monday Challenge is 'Bright and Cheerful' and what could be more cheerful than rainbow colours and a sloth eating a giant donut:

As you all know I absolutely love Dunkin Donuts and how I wish they made them this big!!!

I used products from the Uniquely Creative - May Mini 'Stamp and Colour' Kit for this card. The kit comes with a 'Sprinkles' stencil which I put over the card front and randomly blended with Distress Inks. I then stamped the sloth with Gina K Amalgam black ink on white CS, coloured with Altenew Artist Markers and die-cut with the matching die. I popped him up on foam tape and added Glossy Accents to the pink donut icing to make it look more real. The sentiment strip was put on foam tape, along with some 'Rainbow' Enamel Dots.

I'm also going to link this to the Simon Says Stamp - Wednesday Challenge where their theme is 'Anything Goes'. This is my 3rd entry.

I got glammed up last night to attend the Registered Master Builders Awards night. So many people, only person I knew well was my husband. Lots of drunk men who only talked about building, plumbing etc. Thank goodness for my phone and Instagram!! It was incredible seeing all the beautiful houses though and lots of worthy winners. Was glad to get my heels off and into my pjs when I got home!!

Take care

1 comment:

  1. Bet you looked spectacular last night, bet those drunk men noticed, too. The husband must have been watching closely. Glad to hear Max is feeling better and hope he wins his game. Now, let's talk about this delightful and fun card. Who wouldn't want a donut that big...certainly not this happy little sloth. What a giant treat he's enjoying. As slowly as sloths move he'll probably be done with it by Christmas.