Friday, January 8, 2016

Another Bot Love Card

Sometimes it's very difficult to come up with a catchy title.  Don't think this one is particularly good but it's all I could come up with.  I am getting a bit of time daily to craft but my sprained ankle does keep my down and off my feet.... I stand up a lot when stamping so now you can see why I'm not stamping much.

I used the new Bot Love Bundle for this card.   I used my Journey Rectangles to make the Black Licorice layer and Black/White layer.  I stamped the heart balloon again on Candy Apple card stock, cut it out, pop dotted it on the main image then added some Journey Glaze and some Sparkle Dust.

The little red circular sparkly things are stickers left over from my teaching days at a LSS.  I just can't throw things away and I know my grandkids do not care if all products from from FSJ.  But I found them when looking for something else so they got used.

I also just found a picture of me at our 1st annual FSJ convention last June in Scottsdale, AZ.  This picture is just prior to our banquet and I have a gorgeous black sheath on with an amazing Peacock sequin and beaded poncho.

The front isn't quite a spectacular as the back but you get the general idea.  I love this picture! Need to  remember to show it to hubby!

Bot Love Bundle

Punches and Dies:
Chevron Trends Cartridge
Punch Handle
Journey Rectangles

12 x 12 Black/White Paper
Black Licorice card stock
Whip Cream card stock
Candy Apple card stock

Black Licorice

Journey Glaze
Journey Sparkle Dust
Red stickers (brand x)

Hope you have a wonderful weekend.  We've been getting rain but today it ends.  Got over an inch this week with snow on Mount Hopkins and Mount Wrightson across the valley from us. 


Princess Judy Palmer said...

I had to chuckle over how sometimes you can't come up with a title. I can totally relate. Great Bot card! Love that shiny puffy balloon. Your top is fabulous in that photo. Very cool!

Anonymous said...

The robot cards are cute. You look adorable. Lay low, hope that ankle heals well.
Gail S. from Michigan