Monday, September 20

Super Star

Happy Monday Stampers!

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

My daughter Abbi was not feeling well so we had to cancel our plans and we stuck close to the house. Believe me I was not disappointed! It seems like we have been crazy busy and on the go for months and a weekend of not having to go anywhere was just what I needed. I was also able to sit at my craft table and play! Woo Hoo!

I have been trying to play along with different challenges to broaden my horizons so to speak. The card I am sharing today is for the My Favorite Things Challenge. The challenge is Super Star or just using stars on your project.

Card Supplies: Stamps: MFT Pure Innocence
Ink: Copics, Memento
Paper: SU - Bashful Blue, Elegant Eggplant, Basic Grey - Euphoria
Gina K - White Pure Luxury
Other: Circle Nestibilities, Spellbinders Labels 9, Glitter, Stickles
Die-namics Pendant, Star Punch, Naturally Serif Alphabit Die

The Pure Innocence images are my favorite stamps from MFT so I of course had to use one on my card. I chose to use the Cheerleader image. I colored her with Copics V000, V12, V15, V17, E00, E000, E25, E53, E59, C4, C5, C6 and C7. I cut out her pom poms and popped them up over her hands. I gave them a bit of sparkle by adding stickles to them and
I added glitter to her top and barrette.
I created the star banner using the Die-namic Pendant Die and the Naturally Serif Alphabet die from Sizzix.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you stop back soon!


Becky said...

This is so cute, wonderful layout and gorgeous colors.

Brenda said...

Sharri this is so adorable!!!! Great layout and I love how you made the banner with the stars in between. Your coloring is fab. I love this line of MFT, but still haven't bought any. I should place an order soon.

g said...

so pretty & fun- i love the coloring & the glittery pom-poms are perfect! so sweet!

Julie said...

WOW, this is just gorgeous! Love your layout and your coloring is stunning!

Nancy Thomas said...

Beautiful combo fo combos and I love how you colored her, especially the skirt.