Thursday, April 23, 2015

Up, Up Away

Second Post today:
Welcome to my studio!!!  Away we go with another hot air balloon card.  I used Repeat Impressions Hot Air Balloon stamp on Fancy Pants pattern paper with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and fussy cut the balloon.  I embossed clouds on white cardstock with Darice EF and sponged the design with Summer Sky ink. Stamped the RI Sentiment with Nautical Blue ink and assembled the card on a navy card base.

Less is More: Week 220 Theme Up, Up and Away

Tuesday Throwdown: #241 Up in the air.

Craft Your Passion Challenge: Always Anything Goes

As You Like It Challenge: Use favorite embossing technique. I used dry embossing because it is so easy to give texture and design to a card.

Simon Wednesday Challenge: Simon says Clean and Simple

Have a great day! I love reading your comments. Theresa


Sazzle Dazzle said...

Great use of your design paper and a super striking layout and scene.
Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
Less is More

Chrissie said...

This really does look as though the balloon is up up and away!
Super card!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

nnalorac said...

Super card Theresa, love the cloud embossing folder, perfect for your image. Thanks for sharing on AYLI.. Carol xx

Carolyn Cochran said...

Wonderful card!! LOVE the accents and coloring~Thanks for playing with us at Craft Your Passion!
Carolyn, DT

*Vicki* said...

Really love the cloud background and the hot air balloon really pops nicely on your design!! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at Tuesday Throwdown Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*-DT member

Melissa Bove (SCS ~ Melissa1872) said...

Wonderful card! Love the scene you created!!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


Tanvi Shah said...

What a lovely scene you've created there! Love it! Thanks for sharing at Craft Your Passion#258. Good luck!

Zw@@n said...

Simply wonderful, Theresa. I love the background and the balloon! Thank you for joining us at As You Like It. Luv, Wilma