Friday, February 1, 2013

Soda Pop Love


It's the beginning of the month, which means it's time for another Stampin' Celebration challenge!  We have another great inspiration piece this month, and I took it pretty literally this time.  The wall in the top left photo reminded me of this Designer Paper from the More Amore DSP pack, so that's where I started. 


The large letters come from the Simple Letters Alphabet dies and the little letters come from the Billboard Alphabet die--(both discontinued).  I sponged some Real Red ink onto some of Natural Trim Ribbon (new in the Spring Catalog) and then used my Heat Tool to dry it.  I tied it off with some Linen Thread. 

 
I wanted to do something fun for the 'o' in love and decided on one of the new Soda Pop Tops.  I ran it through the Big Shot (platform with no tabs and a cutting plate on top and bottom of the pop top) to flatten it a little bit.  The image behind the Red Glimmer Paper heart comes from the Collage Curios stamp set in the Spring Catalog
 

We'd love to have you play along with us this month at Stampin' Celebration! You have until February 25th to link your creation (a card, 3D item, digital item, scrapbook layout, etc.) to the Stampin' Celebration blog and be in the running for the "Pick of the Party" at the end of the month. We can't wait to see what Stampin' Celebration inspires you to create!

To see what the other DT members have created:

Stampin' Celebration Blog Hop:
Allison Ohran -Sweet Impressions (you are here)
Cori Kozak - Creative Chat
Erica Cerwin - Pink Buckaroo Designs
Erin Gonzales -Hand Stamped Style
Jenny Peterson - Lakeshore Stamping
 
Stamps: Collage Curios
Ink: Real Red
Paper: Real Red, Very Vanilla, More Amore DSP
Accessories:  Natural Trim Ribbon, Very Vanilla 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon, Soda Pop top, Linen Thread, Stampin' Distress Tool, 1" Circle Punch, Hearts Collection Framelits, Simple Letters Alphabet dies, Billboard Alphabet die, Big Shot, dimensionals

2 comments:

Kym said...

What a fun card. The ribbon looks great.

PaperFairyKris said...

This is so cute! I love how you made the pop bottle top the "o" with the cute heart in the center. Very pretty!