Monday, January 28, 2008

Shooting Star from Saturday

Saturday was so much fun! It started with an impromptu rubber stamp sale that I read about on Craig's List just a half hour earlier. The sale was only 1/5 of a mile away and the ladies were so nice. I scored a bunch of fun stuff! Then it was off to the post office, lunch with a friend, a quick visit with Julee (to whom I referred as my "dealer" at the sale) and then a much-needed stamping date with Lila.

Here is one of the cards from that stamping session: A Shooting Star. The 'shooting' part was created from thin strips of blue Deja Views paper and the white linen cardstock. At first, I was trying to curl them like curling ribbon with my thumb nail, but that caused the strips to rip. Curling them around my paper piercer worked much better! The curls were arranged so there were two white and two blue curled each direction, for a total of 8.

Supply List:
Stamps: Seeing Stars (Verve Visual)
Paper: Sharon Ann Little Ones Collection (Deja Views), White Linen CS (Archiver's)
Ink: Ballet Blue (Stampin' Up!)
Accessories: Stars #2 die (Sizzix), sewing machine, dimensionals


Hope you enjoyed your weekend, too! Happy Stamping!

6 comments:

Courtney said...

Oh Kim! I absolutely love that card! Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Super cute! I love the curls! You rock, Kim!

Lila H said...

Super C~U~T~E!!!!!! Play times are sooo great and very special.... hugs.

Angie Pearl said...

Love those curls!!! Super card, sister!

Flossie's Follies said...

This card is fantastic, you would not recognize Pompano Fashion Square, I didn't ever recognize it, was by there a couple of months ago, everything old is new again. Stay warm.

Alana said...

This star card is one of a kind. I love the paper strips, sewing, etc. What a wonderful combo of elements to create such a unique card! Bummed I didn't hear about the sale in Boise last week!