Thursday, September 12, 2013

Thursday Challenge @ MelJen's Designs

Hello Friends! It's Thursday and that means it's time for our Thursday Challenge at MelJen's Designs! This week we have something super fun. We are calling this challenge

You are to use school supplies on your project.

Sounds like fun, right? Yes! I chose to feature the Back 2 School Pencil digital stamp.

I printed the image onto my favorite iridescent white card stock and colored it up with Copic markers. I used my favorite #2 pencils by Ticonderoga as my model for the coloring. The focal was die cut with a Nestie and then dusted with Antique Linen Distress Ink. I've had the patterned papers for quite a while, they are from Karen Foster, left over from my scrapbooking days. For my school supplies, I added a bitty paper clip and a few staples.

And here is what the inside looks like.

I've had these stickers in my scrap stash for some time, as well. I thought, heck! Might as well pull 'em out and use 'em! More Karen Foster paper was used on the inside. Super fun stuff! And just a little FYI...there are new digital stamps being added to the Shop on an on-going basis. We no longer have 'new release' week, so be sure to pop on over to the Shop and take a look at What's New.

I hope you make some time to play along with us at MelJen's this week. Remember, you must use a MelJen's Design image to be included in the random drawing to win FREE digital stamps of your choice. Please take a moment to stop by the Design Team blog to view the amazing samples the ladies have created to share with you.

Thanks for the visit! I appreciate you!


supplies ~ 
digital stamp: Back 2 School Pencil(MelJen's Designs)
stamp set: Vintage Picnic(Papertrey Ink)
card stock: Cryogen Iridescent White(PaperTemptress)  Very Vanilla (Stampin' Up!)
patterned paper: School(Karen Foster)
ink: Antique Linen Distress Ink(Ranger)  Versafine Black Onyx(Tsukineko)
dies: Labels Eight Nestabilities(Spellbinders)  Envelope Liner(Stampin' Up!)
other:  paperclips(Tim Holtz)  ribbon and stickers from my stash  Copic markers  Clear Stardust Glitter pen(Sakura)


Jeanne said...

I give you an A+ on this card, Barb! Great job coloring and adding terrific details that make your card shine. I like the stickers and that you added a liner to the envelope, too.

Sheila H said...

Your card is super cute! The DP and stickers complement the pencil image perfectly. Love your coloring! Inside and out, this is a wonderful project :)

Life and Knits said...

Love this...your newest follower. Been looking around your blog and your work is really amazing.