Saturday, November 3, 2012

Market Street Stamps Guest Designer




I was so excited last month when this card was chosen as the winner of Market Street Stamps' monthly Block Party!  That means I'm their guest designer for the month of November and my first card were featured on the blog yesterday.


I decided to use my winning card as inspiration for my two cards.  For this one I again used the triangle stamps from Nuts About Nature but this time I used the open triangles and stamped them on patterned paper.  I then fussy cut them and created a flower.  I used the Bit of Burlap background stamp to give some texture to the card base and I finished it off with a sentiment from Great Big Greetings (which is definitely one of my favourite recent releases) and a whole lot of Glossy Accents!


For this card I again used rainbow colours but this time for the sentiments (also from Great Big Greetings).  The Candy Stripe background stamp gives a bit of pizzazz to the card base and this adorable phone from Teacher Notes is the perfect partner for the sentiment!  

If you've never checked out Market Street Stamps before then you are missing out and you must have a look around their shop.  And I'll be back on November 30th with some more MSS cards!


Supplies Used:

Keep Smiling
Cardstock:  (Cajun Craze, More Mustard) Stampin' Up
Patterned Paper:  (Happy Trails) K & Co
Stamps:  (Bit of Burlap, Triangles from Nuts About Nature, Sentiment from Great Big Greetings) Market Street Stamps
Inks:  (VersaMark, VersaFine Onyx Black)  Tsukineko
Embossing Powder:  (Clear) Ranger
Button:  (Obscure collection) Basic Grey
Embroidery Floss:  Janlynn

Call Me
Cardstock:  (White) Bazzill, (Real Red, Basic Grey) Stampin' Up
Stamps:  (Candy Stripe, Telephone from Teacher Notes, Sentiment from Great Big Greetings) Market Street Stamps
Inks:  (VersaMark) Tsukineko, (Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Pacific Point, Richa Razzleberry) Stampin' Up
Embossing Powder:  (Seafoam White) Ranger

18 comments:

Laurie said...

Both adorable cards!

Ardyth said...

There are never too many rainbows! Love these, Jen!

Tracey McNeely said...

Congrats Guest Designer. Both of your cards are fantastic!

Maureen Morton said...

You are like the Energizer Bunny.....keeps on running! How you do it, I'll never know, but I'm so proud of you and that you get the recognition you so deserve. This little telephone card is so adorable.

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome cards dearie!!! Congrats on the GD spot!!!

Lindsey said...

Yay for you, Jen! Totally deserved. Awesome cards today, of course, and I especially love that big shiny flower!

Karen B. said...

Congratulations! These cards are so bold and fun, a perfect showcase of MSS!

Darnell J Knauss said...

Congratulations, Jen, on your well-deserved win!! I am going to check out MSS.

~amy~ said...

Congrats!!!! WootWoot!!! Awesome cards:)

Jay Gee said...

Yay, congratulations on being GT! Both cards are fabulous :)

JJ Bolton said...

Totally cool to see you guesting for Market Street Stamps today!!!

That flower you made with the triangle trees is so creative!!! And you're a brave woman with the glossy accents! (Glossy accents hates me!)

And of course, I adore your second card! You had me at rainbow:) I need to write down your exact list of inks you used for your rainbow. L-o-v-e it!

Carol L said...

Congrats on your GDT spot! I love that pinwheel and the wonderful colors! Awesome card!

Emily Leiphart said...

Hooray for being a GDT with MSS! I love both these cards, especially the way you glossed up the flower petals and stamped the repeating sentiment in various colours.

Emily Keaton said...

How fun are these??? Congratulations on your Guest Designer gig at Market Street!! Have a ton of fun!

Chunyuan said...

congrats on your DT at Market street stamps. What a fun card!

Maria@Crafty Cre8tions said...

Love these!!!! I really love the 2nd one the best :)

And - I didn't realize you live in Bermuda! WOW :)

Jessi Fogan said...

So. Totally. Awesome! Huge congrats, Jen!! Woot!
That is a LOT of Glossy Accents - worth every painstaking drop, though. How awesome is that flower? And you KNOW I love the rainbow :)

lostinpaper said...

Congrats on your GD gig! Great cards, love your fun rainbow sentiment!