Hello there! Well, for those of you who know me well, you're probably aware that I used to design for CropStop. And while my schedule simply didn't allow for me to continue designing for them, I am still a huge supporter of this wonderful shop. They carry a bit of EVERYTHING, and heaven knows we all need inks, adhesives, and all sorts of basic (and not-so-basic) products to keep us going. They have great prices, great selection, and awesome customer service. And...a fun challenge on the CropStop Blog. So, when I got the opportunity to Guest Design for them once again, I was ALL IN!
This card was created using a piece of black Core'dinations Paper that I ran through my Cuttlebug with a musical Cuttlebug Embossing Folder. Next, I used some Prima Heavy White Gesso to give the raised/embossed parts some texture and personality. Let me just say that...I LOVE Gesso! Who would have thunk? I stamped my image using Black Soot Tim Holtz Distress Ink, and then I just had to embellish my card a bit. Yeah....a bit (LOL).
I used some sweet Petaloo Flowers and some Ivory Burlap String to add even more dimension and excitement. I also used my Heirloom Rolled My Favorite Things/Die-Namics Flower Die and made a flower from sheet music. I placed a few sequins in its center.
I hope that you'll check out the FUN CHALLENGE on the CropStop Blog, and take a moment to visit the CropStop Shop to see all the amazing products they carry. It's like visiting a mega craft store without leaving home. Thanks so much for stopping by today. I'm always so grateful for your visits.
Have a blessed day,