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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Creative Belli Challenge-Use an ‘Old’ Stamp

My very first Stamping party was a Stampin Up event, and I came home having ordered the set Nice and Easy Notes. I think that EVERYONE that stamped back in 1998-1999 has to own this stamp set! 
Our Challenge at Creative Belli  Blog this time around is to use an ‘Old"’ stamp. The premise of the Creative Belli Challenge is to use your old, possibly forgotten supplies.
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I did use my Copic markers to color the image- I used G20, G40, YG63, RV32, RV34, E25,E31, E33 and just a touch of Copic Spica pen on the bow.  I used a TJ technique called Out of the Box and Level Up.  Oh- and the crimper that has been forgotten- well….I used to find a way to crimp something on a card if I could, so I just had to add it in!
  Please stop by the Creative Belli DT blogs to see all of their old stamps that were put to ink for this challenge- links on my sidebar or on the Blog-link above.  And, we would LOVE to see what you have created-please join us- you have two weeks to create!
Challenges:
Pile it on: Farewell to Summer
Shabby Tea Room-Something Old (stamp) something new-Copics and Spica
Daisy Doodles-Anything Goes
Pollycraft- Add a little Nature
Aly’s-Pink
Thanks so much for stopping by today
Shelly

21 comments:

jdmommy said...

Shelly, this really IS an old stamp!! I love the way you made it fresh and new by popping some of the blossoms of the tulips! Great job!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, I remember well that SU set!;) So great for making notecards with. Thanks for sharing this with us at TSTR.

Ceal said...

pretty CAS card! love that old stamp :)

Melisa Waldorf said...

Lovely card girly. And I love how you cut the flowers and popped them up! Have a blessed week!

TinaB said...

Just beautiful! Thanks for playing at Daisy Doodles! Hope to see you for our next challenge xx Hugs Tina (DT) xx

Joan Ervin said...

Boy, does that stamp bring back memories...you have showcased it perfectly with the popped up image and your pretty coloring...beautifully done!!!

Terry said...

Very pretty card! Love how the tulips pop with the level up! I also started stamping via a SU workshop three years ago, but can't remember my first stamp order!

Amanda said...

Really cute card! love the dimension!

.:♥MMDesigns♥:. said...

Such a cute card! I love the 3D tulips! Thanks for joining us at Polly craft this week!
Hugs, Marit.

Maria Matter said...

Shelly, love this old stamp! Lovely card, brilliant idea to pop the flowers!!! great job!
hugs & blessings!

Holly said...

Love the addition of the crimped paper under your pot of flowers! That brings back memories of the crimper and the old SU sets...... now where DID I put my crimper?? LOL

Anne said...

What a great challenge and what a lovely card you've made for it, love those 3d tulips
Anne
x

Carrie said...

great cas card. look at the dimension on those tulips. awesome

joy said...

Oh, cute card. Love how you have popped up the flowers and added some glitter.

Maria Therese said...

Cute card! Thanks for joining us at Pollycraft this week!!

Anna said...

Adorable! How fun to use an older set too! Thanks for sharing with us at PIO.

Juliet A said...

And the crimping! I remember crimping everything! I remember my first stamp set, too. I wonder where it is?

Monika Reeck said...

What a lovely card....thanks for joining with us at Daisy Doodles this week. I hope you'll join with us at new forum challenge next week, click at the TOP of the Challenge Blog, DESIGNER OF THE MONTH and you can go to the Icon and klick it to go to the forum challenge. Hugs, Monika

Dani said...

Beautiful card! And that crimper- awesome touch!

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Wonderful job, Shelly! Great card!

Rhonda said...

hi Shelly! This is wonderful! Isn't it nice to pull out those old stamps? Sorry I haven't commented lately. I check out all my Sistah's blogs on a regular basis but don't slow down long enough to comment. But, I think you know that I love EVERYTHING you do! Thanks so much for playing with us at Daisy Doodles!
Rhonda