Hi everybody! It’s my challenge this week over at The Friday Mash Up!! When I saw this cute photo I had to snatch it right up! Who doesn’t love a “punch buggy” or polka dots!! I was so inspired by it and I hope you are too!
Here’s your Mashup Challenge:
- Create a project with “Polka Dots “.
- Create a project using “the Word Happy”.
- Or Mash it Up and create a project “with Polka Dots & The Word Happy on it “.
We had our pictures made earlier this week and I wanted to make a really cute card for our amazing Photographer brandi Sutherland. So, I used the new Undefined kit to create a camera!!
Here you can see what my little camera looks like! I also used a sentiment Petite Pairs in the center. It is stamped in Vera Mark and embossed with Melon Mambo powder. The background was created using one of the stencils form the banner kit and the Versa Mark pad and then white embossing powder.
Inside, I made a litle pocket for our payment. I think jazzing up the inside really makes a card over the top!
Stamps: Undefined Camera (carved by me!), Four Thanks, Petite pairs, Around the World
Ink and Paper: Versa Mark, Melon Mambo, Strawberry Slush, Modern Medley, SIlver FOil
Other: Heat Tool, White Embossing Powder, melon Mambo Embossing Powder, Basic Jewels, Whisper White Grosgrain Ribbon
Make sure you hop over to FMU and check out what all the other designers have come up with!
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6 thoughts on “Polka dot Happy and Undefined (FMU121)”
I just love the camera you created Erica! And this card and challenge are so you! The pink and black look terrific together on your card.
I was really curious about how you made the camera, and I guessed it was Undefined. Very fun and great job!
I *heart* this!! Absolutely adorable! 🙂
Gurl, you have CRARVING skillz! You are amazing!!!
This is amazing! I love your camera and the card is perfect for a photographer!!
Og my gosh, you are rocking the Undefined product! I haven't bought it because I'm so bad at drawing, I didn't think I could make anything interesting with it, but I love what I've seen people create with it. It gives such a cute, primitive look to the images, I'm really growing to like this product!
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