Here are the submissions we received for the Share Your Project to Win, Part Two: Stickles!
Sherrie created this flower using the Spellbinders Rose Creations Die and inked it with Copic Markers and then after it dried she added red Stickles to the ends to make it glittery. We love all that shimmer!
You can see more about Sherrie's project here.
Jenny used three colors of Stickles on this card: Waterfall, Copper Brown & Star Dust. The flower has a sprinkling of Stickles glitter but her Stickle-covered hairbows really sparkle! Plus the bow centers are blue rhinestones. She was stamped with Black Memento ink and colored with Copic Markers. The Spellbinder Lacey Oval is popped up with foam tape for added dimension. You can see more of Jenny's card here.
Tami used an embossing folder to emboss the white cardstock and then just followed the embossed design with the Star Dust Stickles to make the background for her card! You can see more of Tami's project here.
Bonnie created this lovely card for our challenge! She write "After stamping the background using the pine bough from New Pines in Adirondack citrus ink directly onto the card, I stamped the main image from Joyous Season in memento tuxedo black ink onto white card stock. I then colored the fawn, grass and pine needles using prismacolor markers before coloring the cardinal and sky using prismacolor pencils with a blender marker before stippling Tim Holtz tumbled glass distress ink around the edges of the image to help finish filling in the sky and Stampin Up! green galore ink to help fill in the grass a bit more. Once all of the coloring was finished, I layered the image, added brads, and then adhered over a dry embossed snowflake border using glue dots. I then made my own floral sprays using a flourish die along with a Martha Stewart poinsettia, fern and pine branch punches highlighting the centers with gold ice stickles." You can see more about Bonnie's card here.
Kelli created two projects for our challenge!
Her first project is a birthday tag using Lawn Fawn products and stickles. She used the "Tag You're It" die from Lawn Fawn along with the "Birthday Tags" stamp set then stamped the tag using Black Memento ink. She stamped the sentiment using Momento Luxe ink in Teal Zeal then colored the tag with Copic Markers. She used Orange Peel, Lime Green, and Cotton Candy Stickles over the top of the Copic Markers to really make this tag sparkle and shine. You can see more about this tag here.
For Kelli's second tag, she used the Lawn Fawn "Tag You're It" die , "Birthday Tags" , "Lucky Stars" and "Summertime Charm" stamp sets. She stamped the tag image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. The sentiment came from "Lucky Stars" set and she stamped the stars from Summertime Charm set and cut them out using the matching dies. She then colored the stars and border of the tag using Copic Markers. After she colored the tag she added diamond and candy cane Stickles to make this tag shine. You can see more about this tag here.
Fabulous projects ladies!