Saturday, September 25, 2010

EIC107-Indigo Twin

For my card this week I used stamps from The Stamps Of Life set, Thanks2Fall.  I stamped my pumpkin onto acetate with black Staz on ink.  I used glossy accents to cover the image and then sprinkled micro glitter from PK Glitz in Mandarin and Clover.  I adhered the acetate square to an off white square of CS with brads after the glitter and glue dried.
Hello!  It is time for another Etsy Inspired Challenge!  This week our shop is Indigo Twin.  I LOVE the folk art look of their sculptures!  Tons of cuter than cute Halloween decor!
Our sponsor this week is Black Leaf Studio.  Cute stuff!
We hope you can play along!  Make sure that you upload your project to the EIC blog HERE.  Ashley will pick random winners next Friday!  The prizes this week are THIS adorable cupcake set from Indigo Twin. LOVE this!  The prize from Black Leaf is THIS flip flop clip art.  Two chances to win this week, so get busy!  Can't wait to see what you make!

Emily

11 comments:

StampinCathy said...

I just love this bling bling pumpkin.

de said...

Love love love your sparkly pumpkin! He is tooo cute!

Beverly S. said...

Wow, wow, wow! Love how you stamped the pumpkin on acetate and the orange glitter! GREAT card. :)

SmilynStef said...

Love that happy glittery pumpkin ... fabulous inspired card.

Kerry said...

I LOVE that sparkly pumpkin! Definitely a show stopper! :)

Ashley Nguyen Newell said...

Super cute! I love the glitter pumpkin! Glitter is pretty much my favorite. The CAS look is great and I really like the twine on this. In fact, I think we used the same. :) I need to try The Stamps of Life, I've never used their stamps before but you sure do make them look cute!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I love that you glittered the pumpkin! SO CLEVER!!! I looooove that twine--must get some:) Great card!

Joy said...

what a great card Emily!

BonnieRose said...

fab halloween card Emily.. perfection!

Amy said...

So super cute Emily!

Emily Leiphart said...

Super cute, Emily! I love the sparkly pumpkin... and is that The Twinery I see there? ;)